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Knight Life

The Voice of the Loy Norrix Community

Knight Life

The Voice of the Loy Norrix Community

Knight Life

U.S. schools arent properly preparing students for their futures

U.S. schools aren’t properly preparing students for their futures

Kierra Walker, Tower Talk Team February 9, 2023

At some point in everyone’s lives they will need to cook, clean, fix an appliance, change a tire or renovate a house. Should it not be the school's duty to prepare adolescents for these events? High...

Students have troubles getting on the WiFi in the K wing. This causes many delays and troubles in classes.

Without KPS Guest WiFi, teachers and students struggle to function at Norrix

Gracie Goschke, Business Manager, Opinion Editor November 2, 2022

With the 2022-2023 school year back in full swing, students are still getting used to major changes in the building. In past years, students have been able to easily access the Guest WiFi network. This...

Selena Montalvo, Attendance Interventionist, works on attendance during the internet outage and explains the new system she created to adapt.  Teachers took attendance on paper, and within the first ten minutes of class had a student run it to the office.  Later, Montalvo will have to input the paper copies online.

KPS experiences suspicious WiFi outages the week of Oct 3

Chloe Rathbun and Josephine Velo October 13, 2022

On Wednesday, Oct. 5, Loy Norrix students opened their chromebooks to take the required Horizon standardized testing. Most students couldn’t even get through the login screen.  KPS experienced WiFi...

Senior Jayda Smith has a free period for her 5th hour and says, “This free-time in the library is extremely helpful to me. I am able to get most of my homework completed which leaves me with more time for myself with my busy after school schedule”

Students would benefit from having a study hall

Gavin Moan, Staff Writer February 4, 2022

High school students spend an average of 2.7 hours a day on homework, and after being at school for nearly 7 hours, it can be very difficult to balance homework with extracurriculars such as sports...

Superintendent Dr. Rita Raichoudhuri accepted the class of 2021 with a recorded statement wishing the seniors a bright future.

Loy Norrix should expect to continue in-person school despite the Omicron variant

Gigi Fox, Web Editor January 28, 2022

With COVID-19 cases on the rise in Michigan, it poses the daunting question: will schools shut down again?  After a year and a half of virtual learning, the return to in-person school during the 2021-2022...

Principal Christopher Aguinagas Throwback Thursday costume from Homecoming spirit week 2019.

Loy Norrix announces Homecoming spirit days for 2021

Gigi Fox, Web Editor October 8, 2021

After a long year and a half of virtual learning and spirit week online, students are finally able to participate in the daily themes in person.  Monday- Pajama Day Tuesday- Twin Day Wednesday-...

Cafeteria in C-Lunch

Seniors voice opinions on senior courtyard being opened to all grades

Thea Pipe, Web Editor October 6, 2021

Students flock into the fresh air of the courtyard across from the cafeteria everyday which has, up until now, been reserved for seniors. This year, however, it has been opened up to all grades as an eating...

A Fresh Perspective: Loy Norrix Welcomes New Principal

A Fresh Perspective: Loy Norrix Welcomes New Principal

Brandon Schnurr, Web Editor November 28, 2018

From principals being put on administrative leave to the hiring of new assistant principals, Loy Norrix has experienced many changes in administration throughout the last two years alone. Last school...

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