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  • Announcements for Monday, January 23

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 1/23/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to the following orchestra students who auditioned and were selected to perform at the Michigan Music Conference this weekend with the All-State Orchestra.  Yunfei Ma, Jiung Nam, and Matthew Young.  These students will be spending the next few days in Grand Rapids in preparation for their performance this Saturday.  This conference is attended by Band, Choir and Orchestra directors throughout the state of Michigan and the performance includes the top students in the State of Michigan.  

     

    News from the Cube

    Seniors, this is a reminder that this is your last full week to get applications in to 4-year colleges and universities. Also, students seeking scholarships need to have FAFSA, and possibly CSS, completed to qualify. Check your college websites.

    Juniors, if you haven't started preparing for the SAT, now is the time to get started. Sign up for practice at Kahn Academy, and make sure you connect your PSAT scores from College Board for personalized test prep. It's free too.  See Mrs. Haller if you have questions or need assistance.

    Three military service branches will be here at Skyline this week during lunch in the commons:

    Monday- The Army, Tuesday- The Air Force, Thursday- The Marines

    Also this week:

    Tuesday- Winterline "Gap Year" Program

    Wednesday- Skywell Health Expo and Fair

    Thursday- Washtenaw Community College- 2:00 pm-Sign up in the cube and pick up a pass

    Friday- "Option Play Program" to help seniors transition to college, 9:00 am

     

    Winterfest 2017
    Winterfest will be coming up next month to promote SLC spirit and culture here at Skyline.  We have made some exciting changes this year that you will be hearing about soon! One of the those changes is the Winterfest Dance, this year the dance will be after the basketball game on Friday, Febuary 17.  Most importantly at this time dance guest forms are now available and in the 3rd floor Integrity and 4th floor Academic Innovation SLC offices, main office and outside room A115.  Those forms are due by Monday, February 13.  When your guest form is approved, your student number will be on a list in the window of the 4th floor Academic Innovation Office.  Please get those submitted ASAP!

     

    American Mathematics Competition

    All students wishing to take the American Mathematics Competition (AMC) test can register with their math teacher or Mr. O. in room C310. The deadline to register is today and the cost is $5. The test will be during the school day on Tuesday February 7.   

     

    Volunteer Music Club

    Volunteer Music Club meets tomorrow at 2:45 pm in the orchestra room, C110. If you like singing or play an instrument, join the jam session! We'll be casually performing at various venues in the community.

     

    Rising Scholars

    This Thursday (1/26/17) the Rising Scholars will have their monthly meeting. Please plan on attending during early and late lunch. The meeting will be held in C304, Ms. Whitehorn's room.

     

    AP test registration

    AP test registration will begin Monday January 30. All registrations must be completed online using the link for your school. Refer to the school or district website for detailed information about the link. Please be aware of deadlines so that you do not miss your opportunity to take AP tests this year.

     

    Film Club

    Come down to the student entrance after school tomorrow to grab a slice of pizza for only $2 per slice, or better yet,$3 for 2, to help raise money for Film Club.  Film Club meets on Thursday after school in room A411.

     

    Boys Golf

    Boys interested in joining the Skyline Golf Team this spring should attend a preseason meeting this coming Wednesday, January 25. 3:30 pm-4:00 pm in the Commons.

     

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  • Announcements for Friday, January 20

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 1/20/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Congratulations

    A couple of days ago, members of one of Skyline's newest club HOSA, also known as Health Occupations for Students of America, competed in their second year at the Regional Conference at Jackson College.  Out of the nine events that the team has registered for, eight of them qualified for the State Conference which will take place in Traverse City on April 27th.  Skyline was able to medal in 5 of the 8 events, 4 of them taking 1st place!  Skyline HOSA now has high ambitions to work harder and have most of its members qualify for the National Leadership conference in Disneyland in June!  Best of luck to them.

     

    Congratulations to the following orchestra students who auditioned and were selected to perform at the Michigan Music Conference this weekend with the All-State Orchestra.  Yunfei Ma, Jiung Nam, and Matthew Young.  These students will be spending the next few days in Grand Rapids in preparation for their performance this Saturday.  This conference is attended by Band, Choir and Orchestra directors throughout the state of Michigan and the performance includes the top students in the State of Michigan.  

     

    Congratulations to senior Forrest Flesher who wrote an applied mathematics problem that was published by Moody's Mega Math Challenge.  Moody's Mega Math Challenge is organized by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) and sponsored by The Moody's Foundation. Forrest is the first ever school aged author!

     

    Attention A2virtual students

    A2virtual will be proctoring semester 1 Finals  in the iCommons Lab today from 7:45 to 3:30 pm. Please come during your free hour.

     

    American Mathematics Competition

    All students wishing to take the American Mathematics Competition (AMC) test can register with their math teacher or Mr. O. in room C310. The deadline to register is Monday January 23rd and the cost is $5. The test will be during the school day on Tuesday February 7th.   

     

    AP test registration

    AP test registration will begin Monday January 30th. All registrations must be completed online using the link for your school. Refer to the school or district website for detailed information about the link. Please be aware of deadlines so that you do not miss your opportunity to take AP tests this year.

     

    QSA

    The Skyline QSA would like to spread more kindness throughout this week.  Many people, LGBTQ+ or not, are hiding the parts of themselves that they are too afraid to show.  In the words of Harvey Milk; “Burst down those closet doors once and for all, and stand up and start to fight.” We, as Skyline’s Queer Straight Alliance, challenge students to think of something you like about yourselves and talk to someone about what has bothered you about yourself.  Have a good day!

     

    GIDAS (guide-us)

    Genes in Diseases and Symptoms club, GIDAS (guide-us), has its first meeting of 2017 today at 2:45pm in Ms. Vincent’s room, B401. Come explore the emerging field of genetics and advocate for depression awareness.

     

    Pledge Club

    Monday, during EARLY LUNCH ONLY, the Pledge Club will be serving free pizza for students interested in talking about substance abuse in room A210. Ms. Schimmel will be there, along with information about community resources. This is a relaxed lunch group. Come hang out, have free pizza, and check it out! A210 in the main office Monday during EARLY LUNCH ONLY. Passes will be given to students with late lunch so come on down.

     

    Boys Golf

    Boys interested in joining the Skyline Golf Team this spring should attend a preseason meeting this coming Wednesday, January 25. 3:30-4:00pm in the Commons

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday, January 19

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 1/19/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to the following band students who auditioned and were selected to perform at the Michigan Music Conference this weekend.  Forrest Flesher, Kenneth Athukorola, Daniel Khain and Tohei Ichikawa.  These students will be spending the next few days in Grand Rapids in preparation for their performance this Saturday.  This conference is attended by Band, Choir and Orchestra directors throughout the state of Michigan and the performance includes the top students in the State of Michigan.  Congratulations!

     

    Magnet Applications

    Attention Ninth Graders- Magnet Program application deadline has been extended until 3:00pm tomorrow, Applications are available online on the Skyline website.  We strongly suggest that you apply online since you will receive a confirmation document with the date you applied and your selection.  For those who do not have access to a computer, there are a few paper copies available.  

     

    American Mathematics Competition

    All students wishing to take the American Mathematics Competition (AMC) test can register with their math teacher or Mr. O. in room C310. The deadline to register is Monday January 23rd and the cost is $5. The test will be during the school day on Tuesday February 7th.   

     

    CR Information

    Attention all students- The deadline for submitting a 2nd semester CR is tomorrow at 3:30 pm. Please see your counselor if you have any questions regarding this option.

     

    AP test registration

    AP test registration will begin Monday January 30th. All registrations must be completed online using the link for your school. Refer to the school or district website for detailed information about the link. Please be aware of deadlines so that you do not miss your opportunity to take AP tests this year.

     

    QSA

    The Skyline QSA would like to spread more kindness throughout this week.  In the words of Marsha P. Johnson; “I may be crazy, but that don’t make me wrong”.  We, as Skyline’s Queer Straight Alliance challenge you skyline students to greet people in the halls, maybe even say ‘hi’ to a complete stranger.  The QSA meets every Thursday after school in room A410.

     

    GIDAS (guide-us)

    Genes in Diseases and Symptoms club, GIDAS (guide-us), has its first meeting of 2017 tomorrow at 2:45pm in Ms. Vincent’s room, B401. Come explore the emerging field of genetics and advocate for depression awareness.

     

    Cooking club
    Do you like to cook or want to learn how to cook? Come to Cooking Club tomorrow after school in room A315 to cook, eat, and meet new friends! We're going to make some delicious cookies this week, cuz who doesn't like desserts!? You will need to pay five dollars for your first meeting, and 3 dollars for each meeting after that. Hope to see you there!

     

    Community Service Club

    Anyone interested in community service, eating good food, and hanging out with fun people should come to the Community Service Club meeting tomorrow in room A312! We will be planning a super cool fundraiser and, in case you missed it before, eating yummy food.

     

    Lifeguards and Swim Instructors

    Liberty Athletic Club in Ann Arbor is hiring certified Lifeguards and Swim Instructors.  They offer benefits including a free individual membership.  Interested applicants can visit the website at www.libertyathletic.net or call Liberty's main number and be connected to Human Resources for more information.

    Senior Athletes:
    The Michigan Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (MIAAA) is offering six $1,000 scholarships again this year to graduating senior student-athletes.  Each high school in Michigan may select one male and one female student-athlete.  The deadline for submitting applications is February 1st.  
    Student-athletes must meet the following criteria to be nominated:
    o    A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50 on a 4.0 scale
    o    One Letter of Support from a school staff member
    o    Must have earned a Varsity Letter in at least two different sports during their high school career
    o    Complete application with approval signatures from Athletic Director and Principal
    o    Application must be typed
    Please see Mrs. Adams in the athletic office or check under Eagles HQ on the athletic website for more info and the link to the application.  Go Eagles!

     

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  • Announcements for Wednesday, January 18

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 1/18/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Magnet Applications

    Attention Ninth Graders- Magnet Program application deadline has been extended until 3:00pm on Friday, Jan. 20th, due to the ice day yesterday. They are available online on the Skyline website.  We strongly suggest that you apply online since you will receive a confirmation document with the date you applied and your selection.  For those who do not have access to a computer, there are a few paper copies available.  

     

    CR Information

    Attention all students- The window for applying for a 2nd semester CR is now open. The deadline for submitting a 2nd semester CR is this Friday, January 20 at 3:30 pm. Please see your counselor if you have any questions regarding this option.

     

    AP test registration

    AP test registration will begin Monday January 30th. All registrations must be completed online using the link for your school. Refer to the school or district website for detailed information about the link. Please be aware of deadlines so that you do not miss your opportunity to take AP tests this year.

     

    QSA

    The Skyline QSA would like to spread more kindness throughout this week.  In the words of Ellen DeGeneres; “We need more kindness, more compassion, more joy, more laughter. I definitely want to contribute to that.”  We, as Skyline’s Queer Straight Alliance, challenge all skyline students and staff to meet somebody new today and give them a nice compliment.  The QSA meets every Thursday after school in room A410.

     

    GIDAS (guide-us)

    Genes in Diseases and Symptoms club, GIDAS (guide-us), has its first meeting of 2017 this Friday at 2:45pm in Ms. Vincent’s room, B401. Come explore the emerging field of genetics and advocate for depression awareness.

     

    Community Service Club

    Anyone interested in community service, eating good food, and hanging out with fun people should come to the Community Service Club meeting this Friday in room A312! We will be planning a super cool fundraiser and, in case you missed it before, eating yummy food.

     

    Lifeguards and Swim Instructors

    Liberty Athletic Club in Ann Arbor is hiring certified Lifeguards and Swim Instructors.  They offer benefits including a free individual membership.  Interested applicants can visit the website at www.libertyathletic.net or call Liberty's main number and be connected to Human Resources for more information.


    Senior Athletes
    The Michigan Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (MIAAA) is offering six $1,000 scholarships again this year to graduating senior student-athletes.  Each high school in Michigan may select one male and one female student-athlete.  The deadline for submitting applications is February 1st.  
    Student-athletes must meet the following criteria to be nominated:
    o    A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50 on a 4.0 scale
    o    One Letter of Support from a school staff member
    o    Must have earned a Varsity Letter in at least two different sports during their high school career
    o    Complete application with approval signatures from Athletic Director and Principal
    o    Application must be typed
    Please see Mrs. Adams in the athletic office or check under Eagles HQ on the athletic website for more info and the link to the application.  Go Eagles!

     

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  • Announcements for Friday, January 13

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 1/13/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    No School Monday to observe the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday

     

    Magnet Week is here

    Attention Ninth Graders- Magnet Program applications are available online on the Skyline website.  We strongly suggest that you apply online since you will receive a confirmation document with the date you applied and your selection.  For those who do not have access to a computer, there are a few paper copies available.  The application due date is next Thursday, January 19th at 3:00pm in the Main office.  

     

    CR Information

    Attention all students- The window for applying for a 2nd semester CR is now open. The deadline for submitting a 2nd semester CR is Friday, January 20 at 3:30 pm. Please see your counselor if you have any questions regarding this option.

     

    Seniors

    Please submit your senior quote to the yearbook by today to aaskylineyearbook17@gmail.com with your first and last name as the subject. The quote must be no more than 100 characters. Also remember to purchase your senior recognition ad and your copy of the yearbook at jostens.com   Prices go up soon!

     

    App Design Workshop Rescheduled

    The App Design Workshop is now rescheduled for Thursday, January 19th. Ever wondered what it takes to create a mobile app for your phone? The pros from GameStart will walk you through the fundamentals of app design and development using freely available software tools. No experience necessary! Please see Ms. Szurek in the iCommons to sign up.

     

    Blood Drive

    The Red Cross Club will be holding it's 2nd blood drive next Tuesday, 1/17 in the Aux gym. You must be 16 or over to donate and can sign up with any Red Cross Club member during lunch in the commons, or see Ms. Godek in room C302. Please consider donating as the Red Cross is experiencing a current blood shortage and is in urgent need for donors.

     

    Read The Skybox

    The Skybox is Skylines student run newspaper. Today we will be selling Washtenaw Dairy donuts after school for 1$ by the student entrance. Come and show your support.

    Senior Athletes
    The Michigan Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (MIAAA) is offering six $1,000 scholarships again this year to graduating senior student-athletes.  Each high school in Michigan may select one male and one female student-athlete.  The deadline for submitting applications is February 1st.  
    Student-athletes must meet the following criteria to be nominated:
    o    A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50 on a 4.0 scale
    o    One Letter of Support from a school staff member
    o    Must have earned a Varsity Letter in at least two different sports during their high school career
    o    Complete application with approval signatures from Athletic Director and Principal
    o    Application must be typed
    Please see Mrs. Adams in the athletic office or check under Eagles HQ on the athletic website for more info and the link to the application.  Go Eagles!

     

    PTSO Thrift Shop

    Tomorrow they are having a 50% off everything sale for MLK day from 9-5.

     

     

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  • Announcements for Tuesday, January 10

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 1/10/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Magnet Week is here

    Ninth Graders, this week in some of your classes you will learn more about the Skyline Magnet Programs.  The programs are available for all 9th graders to submit an application.  Applications will be available during the Magnet Skytime Assembly when you will hear about all the programs and curriculum.  Applications are due nth at 3:00pm.

     

    CR Information

    Attention all students- The window for applying for a 2nd semester CR is now open. The deadline for submitting a 2nd semester CR is Friday, January 20 at 3:30 pm. Please see your counselor if you have any questions regarding this option.

     

    Blood Drive

    The Red Cross Club will be holding it's 2nd blood drive next Tuesday, 1/17 in the Aux gym. You must be 16 or over to donate and can sign up with any Red Cross Club member during lunch in the commons, or see Ms. Godek in room C302. Please consider donating as the Red Cross is experiencing a current blood shortage and is in urgent need for donors.

     

    High School Democrats of America

    Are you interested in the political process? Do you want to make a difference? Do you like food? If so, come to room A405 after school today to join the High School Democrats of America!

     

    JSA

    Do you like arguing about politics? Do you like eating free food? At Skyline's chapter of the Junior State of America, so do we! Come to this week's meeting on Thursday right after school for about an hour, in room C305. See you there!

     

    Social Awareness Club

    The Social Awareness Club would like to make Skyline a comfortable place for those dealing with mental health issues. If this is a topic you're passionate about and you want your voice to be heard join us for discussion and snacks in C402 this Thursday from 2:45 - 3:30.  Also, tomorrow we are hosting a bake sale after school by the main entrance. All treats are one dollar! Make sure to stop by and help make positive changes at Skyline.

     

    Football

    There is a Football meeting today after school at 3pm in room B429. Be on time with a notebook and pencil. No late admittance to the meeting. If currently in a sport, you are not expected to attend.

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  • Announcements for Monday, January 9

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 1/9/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Magnet Week is here

    Ninth Graders, this week in some of your classes you will learn more about the Skyline Magnet Programs.  The programs are available for all 9th graders to submit an application.  Applications will be available during the Magnet Skytime Assembly when you will hear about all the programs and curriculum.  Applications are due next Wednesday, January 18th.

     

    Financial Aid for College

    The Ann Arbor Public Schools Counseling Department invites you to participate in their bi-annual “Financial Aid for College” - event this Thursday, January 12th from 6:30 to 8:00 PM at Pioneer High School  This important event is presented in cooperation with the Office of Financial Aid at the University of Michigan.
    This event will be particularly beneficial for families of current Seniors, and for others who want to get a jump start on college financial planning. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be presented.

     

    Blood Drive

    The Red Cross Club will be holding it's 2nd blood drive next Tuesday, 1/17 in the Auxiliary gym. You must be 16 or over to donate and can sign up with any Red Cross Club member during lunch in the commons, or see Ms. Godek in room C302. Please consider donating as the Red Cross is experiencing a current blood shortage and is in urgent need for donors.

     

    Pledge Club

    TODAY, during EARLY LUNCH ONLY, the Pledge Club will be serving free pizza for students interested in talking about substance abuse in room A210. Mr. Graham and Ms. Schimmel will be there, along with information about community resources. This is a relaxed lunch group. Come hang out, have free pizza, and check it out!   A210 in the main office today during EARLY LUNCH ONLY. Passes will be given to students with late lunch so come on down.

     

    Environmental Club

    Attention students! There is a Skyline Environmental Club meeting today after school in room A312. Join us as we work to reduce unnecessary air pollution at Skyline. Snacks will be provided.

     

    High School Democrats of America

    Are you interested in the political process? Do you want to make a difference? Do you like food? If so, come to room A405 after school on Tuesdays to join the High School Democrats of America!

     

    JSA

    Do you like arguing about politics? Do you like eating free food? At Skyline's chapter of the Junior State of America, so do we! Come to this week's meeting on Thursday right after school for about an hour, in room C305. See you there!



    Social Awareness Club

    The Social Awareness Club would like to make Skyline a comfortable place for those dealing with mental health issues. If this is a topic you're passionate about and you want your voice to be heard join us for discussion and snacks in C402 this Thursday from 2:45 - 3:30.

     

    Reminder Students

    Please be courteous when using the new microwaves in the commons.  There are wipes available to clean up splatters and spills after heating your food.

    Just a reminder that students are not permitted to order lunch from an outside business to be delivered to the school.  Students can either bring a lunch from home or purchase one in the school cafeteria.  

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  • Announcements for Thursday, December 22

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 12/22/2016

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Have a happy and safe winter break everyone!

     

    Financial Aid for College

    The Ann Arbor Public Schools Counseling Department invites you to participate in their bi-annual “Financial Aid for College” - event on Thursday, January 12th from 6:30 to 8:00 PM at Pioneer High School  This important event is presented in cooperation with the Office of Financial Aid at the University of Michigan.
    This event will be particularly beneficial for families of current Seniors, and for others who want to get a jump start on college financial planning. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be presented.

    Christmas Tree Pickup      
    Let Skyline Theatre and Band students pick up and recycle your undecorated Christmas tree after the holidays -- on January 8 or 15.  For a suggested donation of $20 to $30, band and theatre students will do the work for you!  To schedule a pickup and to donate to these amazing programs, please visit skylinetreepickup.weebly.com.  Thanks for supporting Skyline Band and Theatre!!

    Reminder Students

    Please be courteous when using the new microwaves in the commons.  There are wipes available to clean up splatters and spills after heating your food.

     

     

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  • Announcements for Wednesday, December 21

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 12/21/2016

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    The Ann Arbor Public Schools Counseling Department invites you to participate in their bi-annual “Financial Aid for College” - event on Thursday, January 12th from 6:30 to 8:00 PM at Pioneer High School  This important event is presented in cooperation with the Office of Financial Aid at the University of Michigan.
    This event will be particularly beneficial for families of current Seniors, and for others who want to get a jump start on college financial planning. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be presented.

     

    Clothing Drive
    Remember to donate your gently used items to students in need during the SAS Holiday Clothing Drive.  ALL SIZES ACCEPTED!  Donation boxes are located in the main office, student entrance and outside classroom A115 (Bezeau's classroom).

     

    Girls Group

    Skyline High School's Girls Group will be collecting donations of personal care items such as soap, toothpaste, and shampoo this week and next for Washtenaw County's Safehouse Center.  Safehouse Center provides supportive services to individuals or families who have experienced sexual assault or domestic violence.  Please help by dropping items off in the boxes at the counseling offices.  For more information on how to donate or Girls Group please see Ms. Mcloughlin in the 4th floor equality office.

     

    EXAM RESULTS

    This announcement is for all 11th grade students who took the PSAT/NMSQT Exam on October 19th.  Your score results and exam booklets are ready for pick-up from your counselor from 8 am to 2:40 pm.  Counselors are located in the Integrity SLC Office B331 and Equality SLC Office  B425.  Please pick-up your score results by the end of the school day tomorrow.

     

    Choir WINTER CONCERT

    Skyline Choir is having their annual winter concert tonight in the auditorium at 7:00 p.m! Bring your family and friends to enjoy this musical evening!

     

    Christmas Tree Pickup      
    Let Skyline Theatre and Band students pick up and recycle your undecorated Christmas tree after the holidays -- on January 8 or 15.  For a suggested donation of $20 to $30, band and theatre students will do the work for you!  To schedule a pickup and to donate to these amazing programs, please visit skylinetreepickup.weebly.com.  Thanks for supporting Skyline Band and Theatre!!

     

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  • Announcements for Tuesday, December 20

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 12/20/2016

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Congratulations

    Congratulations go out to the following Skyline Homebuilding students who competed last Thursday during the Holiday Invitational challenging students from around the area on their carpentry skills.  Great job students!
    1st place: William White and LaKrisha Dillworth
    4th place: Everest Benson, and Elijah Poisson

     

    Financial Aid for College

    The Ann Arbor Public Schools Counseling Department invites you to participate in their bi-annual “Financial Aid for College” - event on Thursday, January 12th from 6:30 to 8:00 pm at Pioneer High School  This important event is presented in cooperation with the Office of Financial Aid at the University of Michigan.
    This event will be particularly beneficial for families of current Seniors, and for others who want to get a jump start on college financial planning. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be presented.

     

    Clothing Drive
    Remember to donate your gently used items to students in need during the SAS Holiday Clothing Drive.  ALL SIZES ACCEPTED!  Donation boxes will be available through Thursday, December 22nd and are located in the main office, student entrance and outside classroom A115 (Bezeau's classroom).

     

    High School Democrats of America

    Are you interested in the political process? Do you want to make a difference? Do you like food? If so, come to room A405 after school today to join the High School Democrats of America!

     

    Girls Group

    Skyline High School's Girls Group will be collecting donations of personal care items such as soap, toothpaste, and shampoo this week and next for Washtenaw County's Safehouse Center.  Safehouse Center provides supportive services to individuals or families who have experienced sexual assault or domestic violence.  Please help by dropping items off in the boxes at the counseling offices.  For more information on how to donate or Girls Group please see Ms. Mcloughlin in the 4th floor equality office.

     

    EXAM RESULTS

    This announcement is for all 11th grade students who took the PSAT/NMQST Exam on October 19, 2016.  Your score results and exam booklets are ready for pick-up from your counselor beginning Tuesday, December 2016 from 8 am to 2:40 pm.  Counselors are located in the Integrity SLC Office Room B331 and Equality SLC Office Room B425.  Please pick-up score results before leaving for the Winter Break on December 22, 2016.

     

    VOLUNTEER MUSIC CLUB

    Volunteer Music Club meets today at 2:45 in the Orchestra room, C110. Let's get on the holiday groove!

     

    Choir WINTER CONCERT

    Skyline Choir is having their annual winter concert tomorrow night in the auditorium at 7:00 p.m! Bring your family and friends to enjoy this musical evening!

     

    Skyline Boys Basketball

    The Skyline Boys Basketball team is taking on Pioneer today at 5:30 pm for Freshmen/JV and 7:30 pm for Varsity, at home. Let's have a great student section as Skyline works to stay on top of the standings at 2-0 in the conference.

     

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