Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Chess Club meets today in Computer Lab D-10 from 2:20-3:30.  Anybody may attend, and anyone
who beats Mr. Bellware wins a customized chess board.

AAC is Monday through Thursday from 2:30 to 3:30 you can come get help with your class work in
C21. Please look for flyers posted in each of your classrooms for additional information.

Ms Learner will be running the After School Grad Point lab in room K5W today from 2:30-4:30 and on
Thursday from 2:30-3:30. You must communicate with your counselor before attending so that they
can register you for this credit retrieval program. If you have any questions, please stop by the
Counseling Office.

Seniors: Check your KPS email for messages from Miss Nesbitt, your Promise Pathway Coach. She
has online sign-up forms for colleges and more! This Friday Ferris State University will be at the 4
Corners. If you’re curious about what it takes to be a Bull Dog, sign up with her in the library or online!

Students – This Friday’s theme at the football game is Neon/Glow in the dark night. This Friday,
please bring a plain white shirt to paint in neon paint in the cafeteria during lunches.  Let’s show our
Norrix spirit!

Seniors you will be able to sign up for your senior meeting to talk about graduation and senior
obligations, with your counselor. The signup sheets will be in the counseling office.  The senior
meetings are a requirement and will begin on Monday, September 23 rd

Tomorrow, September 19th there will be an event in the Auditorium on Global Climate change from
2:30-4:30.  Come learn about Global Climate Change and what we each can do to help slow the
process. Also, On Friday, Sept 20th in the Arcadia Commons the city of Kalamazoo is hosting an
event about Global Climate Change. You can catch the 2:40 city bus and it will take you downtown.

Attention all Sophomores and Juniors. The Third 90 Network Program is now taking applications for
the Fall Team. We are looking for 10 students who are motivated, have a positive attitude, make good
grades, work well in a team setting, responsible, and not afraid to try new things.  The Third 90
program will give you an opportunity to participate in meaningful projects in environmental
sustainability. The team works with college faculty and college students. There will be 2 visits to the
Kalamazoo Nature Center, 2-3 college campus visits and 2 after school workshops. If you are
interested, pick up an application in M14, Mrs. Young’s room or K10 Ms. Nelson’s room. The deadline
to submit an application is Friday, September 20th.

Do you like politics, government or news? This Friday the young democrats of Loy Norrix will be
having the first meeting of the school year. We will be meeting in Mr. Hauessler’s room, B23.
Everyone is welcome and there will be donuts.

Attention Students come join the Key Club! The next Key Club meeting will be held on Tuesday,
September 24th in Ms. Nelson’s room K10 at 2:30.