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The Voice of the Loy Norrix Community

Knight Life

The Voice of the Loy Norrix Community

Knight Life

Thursday, September 23, 2021

Please join the Counseling Google Classroom! Important information and updates are posted there. The code is clgxcpn.

GSA will be meeting today, Thursday after school in the library! The Gender & Sexuality Alliance is open to everyone and centers the voices and experiences of LGBTQ+ students.

The LNC Club will meet today after school in Room D18

Do you like puzzles? Are you concerned about foreign hackers targeting our nation’s companies and infrastructure like the Colonial Pipeline? If so, join us in M1 (lower M wing) for the cybersecurity club Tuesdays and Thursdays after school. We will talk about good cyber hygiene as well as prepare for the national cybersecurity competition Cyberpatriot. Registration for the competition ends Sept 30th so don’t delay. We have practice systems that need to be secured! Feel free to stop M1 to learn more.

Attention students: Philosophy club meets, today at 2:30 in Mr. Z’s room B-17. Come this Thursday for us to get everything started. Again, philosophy club begins this week on Thursday at 2:30 in Mr. Z’s room B-17.

Are you interested in being an advocate for the environment? Do you enjoy gardening and getting your hands dirty? Then check out the Green School Club. We meet on Thursdays, that is today, in room B14 right after school. All are welcome. See you there!

Attention Freshman and Juniors: We are looking for students to become a part of the Freshman and Junior Executive Committees. These committees are comprised of 24 leaders who want to organize events and fundraising for the class of 2025 and 2023. Petitions are available outside A-12 or by the main office. Return all completed forms to Ms. Van Lieu in A-12. Class officers of President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer will be elected from this committee.

The Travel Club will be flying to Italy and London/France in summer 2022. If you are interested in either trip the enrollment packets are outside A-12. Please plan on attending a zoom meeting on Thursday Sept. 23 at 7pm with a parent for further information. You may return enrollment forms to trip leaders Ms. Van Lieu A-12, Mrs. Lewis C-15 or Mr. Hernandez A-16. Do not delay as there are scholarships and discounts that will expire on Sept. 26.

Don’t delay ordering your official Tee Shirts for the Sophomore and Junior Classes.
Order forms are outside room A-12. The sale will be extended until the end of September. This is a fundraiser for both classes.

Attention Sophomores: executive committee petitions are due. Please return those to Mr. Ward in K-5C.

Sword and Board will be starting next Tuesday in A14, Mr Rose’s classroom. We will start with Dungeons and Dragons

Attention Students:
Homecoming 2021 will be October 11th-15th. The first step is to vote for Pep Assembly Activities.

The voting is now open until 3:00 P.M. on Monday.

We need to hear from YOU on what you want to see at the Homecoming Pep Assembly.
Go to: and log in to vote… or Mr. Rickli will be placing QR codes around the building that will take you to the site. They will be up by lunch time.
We will be using this site several times over the next couple of weeks as we plan YOUR Homecoming Week! Please make sure you vote! Use the number 4!

Today’s Hispanic Heritage Month featured Latinx Person of the Day is: Isabel Allende
Isabel Angélica Allende Llona (American Spanish: [isaˈβel aˈʝende] (listen); born in Lima, Peru, 2 August 1942) is a Chilean writer.[5][6] Allende, whose works sometimes contain aspects of the genre magical realism, is known for novels such as The House of the Spirits (La casa de los espíritus, 1982) and City of the Beasts (La ciudad de las bestias, 2002), which have been commercially successful. Allende has been called “the world’s most widely read Spanish-language author.”[7] In 2004, Allende was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Letters,[8] and in 2010, she received Chile’s National Literature Prize.[9] President Barack Obama awarded her the 2014 Presidential Medal of Freedom.[2]
Allende’s novels are often based upon her personal experience and historical events and pay homage to the lives of women, while weaving together elements of myth and realism. She has lectured and toured many U.S. colleges to teach literature. Fluent in English, Allende was granted United States citizenship in 1993, having lived in California since 1989, first with her U.S. husband

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The Voice of the Loy Norrix Community
Thursday, September 23, 2021