Thursday, October 28, 2021

AAC will meet today from 230-330pm. See your teachers or stop by C16 to learn more, Next week AAC will meet on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.

The Loy Norrix Conservatives will meet today, Thursday, after school in Room number D18. All are welcome.

No Cybersecurity Club today, October 28th, will resume next week Thursday as no school Tuesday.

Sword and Board will meet today, Thursday in room C16. All tabletop games and gamers are invited.

Softball Conditioning will be held today 10-28 and next week Tuesday 11-2 and Thursday 11-4 from 6-8 pm. Meet in the back gym, bring your glove.

Attention Loy Norrix Knights: Are you looking for a club that encourages leadership, community service, AND looks great on resumes and college applications? Look no further. Key Club International is the club for you. The Key Club International membership drive is taking place now. Membership dues are $15 and are due by November 9th. Please see Ms. Nelson in room D13 or a fellow Key Club member for more information.

Attention Loy Norrix students! Are you interested in discussing topics like social justice, individual rights and preserving democracy? The Young Democrats meet on Tuesdays at 2:30pm in Room C13. However, the next meeting will be Monday November 1st @2:30pm, because there is no school on election day next Tuesday. Join us for political discussions and chances for involvement in local politics! And don’t forget to go vote if you are 18!

Loy Norrix Swimming and Diving Boys season starts on November 22nd. There will be an open swim this Friday, October 29th. 5:15-6:30pm. Returning swimmers/divers are encouraged to participate, and anyone interested in a winter sport can meet the team and coaching staff. Remember to support your Lady Knights as they prepare for their SMAC Championship next weekend!

Do you hate Shakespeare?
Then here’s your chance to show it to the world! Loy Norrix Performing Arts is proud to present “Something Rotten.” This hit new musical has it all, including a chance to poke fun at thee William Shakespeare, the man responsible for writing so much of your English class curriculum.

We need students of all ages, genders, ethnicities, and personalities to audition after school on November 9th. If you’d like help learning an audition song, there will be a free workshop after school on November 4th. See Mr. Lafferty in J11 to ask questions or to pick up audition forms and crew applications.