High School Gym (click here for directions and information)
Middle School Gym (click here for directions and information)
Weinberg Gym - Located in the Middle School (click here for directions and information)
Elementary School Gym (click here for directions and information)
From Athletic Director
7 Pivotal Leadership Skills That Require No Talent
1. A Grateful And Happy Attitude - Elite leaders and emotionally healthy people are grateful and thankful. This may sound cliche, but in a wold of self entitlement this is not as easy as it sounds. I refuse to be a complainer, victim or problem spotter. I will be a problem solver and I want to be known as someone people love to see and be around.
2. I Choose To Be Selfless - Top leaders and performers are driven by their love of helping others realize their dreams. Remember, a coach is someone who helps an individual or team get to a level they can't get to by themselves. I believe if I help others get what they want I will get what I need. BE A LEGACY BUILDER.
3. Be Passionate - Passion drives everything. If you are not passionate about your school work and sport, it will not be extraordinary. You need to be passionate about life and exceed your dreams. LIFE IS TOO SHORT NOT TO LOVE IT.
4. I Will Strive for Excellence - Mastery and excellence are trademarks of elite leaders. We must demand that we are shooting for excellence in all aspects of our life. WE WERE NOT CREATED FOR MEDIOCRITY.
5. I Will Maintain Phenomental Body Language - Our physical state can drive many things and it is the window others look through to see our true intentions. Refuse to display poor or negative body language. IT IS THE SMALL THINGS THAT CAN MAKE A HUGH DIFFERENCE.
6. I Will Be Teachable And Coachable - The path to sustainable success is growth and mastery. You should want to be a life long learner and the one thing you never want to be called UNCOACHABLE! YOU MUST BE HUMBLE AND HUNGRY.
7. I Will Be On Time And Follow Up - In an age of technology, this should be easier. However, it is actually more difficult than ever to be punctual and thoughtful. Punctuality and getting back to people in a timely manner, are hallmarks of truly valuing people. IF YOU VALUE PEOPLE OVER SELF, THIS IS A NON-NEGOTIABLE AS A LEADER.
GO BIG RED !!!
Phil Owens, Knox Athletic Director
IHSAA Student Athletic Tip of the Week
The end of the school year is here. It's hard to believe how fast it goes by. Each year at this time I talk about the importance of summer work-outs.
Believe it or not, summer break is a time for hard work and also a time for rest and relaxation. I've heard it for years, and have been expressing it forever, but athletes are made during the summer (off-season).
While it's very important that you take time away from your sport, it's also very important that you are committed and work hard on the fundamentals that will make you a better athlete next school year. Summer time allows you the flexibility to do so.
Whether or not you have a summer job, or take a class during summer school, there is no excuse not to rededicate yourself to the sports you play. Just remember, those who work the hardest this summer will most likely imporve the most!
The varsity volleyball team defeated South Central: 25-20,26-24,23-25,25-13
The JV volleyball team defeated South Central: 25-7,25-9
The JV volleyball team defeated Kouts
The varsity volleyball team lost to Kouts
The varsity volleyball team defeated Kankakee Valley
The JV volley ball team defeated Kankakee Valley