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  • Announcements for Thursday, April 27

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 4/27/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Congratulations

    Skyline high school is proud to announce that Forrest Flesher will represent our school at the 38th annual WXYZ Brightest and Best program sponsored by channel 7 news on Saturday, May 13th.  Please congratulate Forrest when you see him and remember to keep an eye out for him when you're watching channel 7 news.  

     

    Senior Recognition Night

    Seniors, we want to share the highlights and accomplishments you had here at Skyline!  Senior Recognition Night is Tuesday, May 30, from 6-7:30 pm. Go to http://bit.ly/2p6rsx9 and let us know what you have been up to and what you plan on doing next!  

     

    College Decision Day

    Attention Skyline Seniors and staff, a reminder that National College Decision Day is THIS COMING MONDAY.  Wear your t-shirt or ball cap to show your college allegiance.  

     

    Skyline Theatre

    This Friday, GET HYPE for amazing voices singing  stupendous songs, GET HYPE for flashy dances and tapping toes, GET HYPE for hilarious comedy and moving acting.  Get Hype for Get Hype: An Evening with Skyline Theatre, a high energy celebration of the stage tomorrow and Saturday at 7:30 PM in the black box theatre.  Tickets are $10 for students and $15 for adults.

     

    Seniors

    Prom ticket sales began this week during both lunches for $60.  Next week they will be sold after school only for $70.  If you need to use a credit card to purchase your tickets, that link can be found in your senior packet.  Guest forms are due May 1st, so please don't delay getting those in.  If your guest is a Skyline student - please submit your filled out guest form to the 4th floor Academic Innovation SLC office in the C hallway.  Prom is Saturday, May 6th from 8pm to Midnight.  Prom court voting ends at 9:30pm and doors close at 10pm.  All Sky students and guest must have ID and ticket to enter, there will be no ticket sales at the door.  If you still need to pick up your senior packet those are located outside Room A115, or see Mrs Bezeau with any questions you might have.

     

    Sophomores and Juniors

    Do you like helping younger students succeed? Are you interested in developing Leadership Skills? If so, then join Link Crew. Applications are now being accepted...You can find the applications in all SLC Offices, and in the Main Office. See Ms. McLoughlin, Mr. Shannon, or Mr. Lionberger if you have any questions.



    Film Fest

    This is the last week to submit your movie to Skyline’s Third Annual Film Festival. The submission deadline is next Monday, May 1st. Prizes for best films include $300, $200 and $100 for first, second and third place, in addition to $50 gift cards to Target for honorable mentions, and 4 free tickets to Quality 16 with concessions for the best freshmen film. Finally, every movie that is accepted into the festival will receive a $25 gift card from Target. For more details, go to Skylinefilmfest.com. Good luck!

     

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  • Announcements for Tuesday, April 25

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 4/25/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Skyline Theatre

    This Friday, GET HYPE for amazing voices singing  stupendous songs, GET HYPE for flashy dances and tapping toes, GET HYPE for hilarious comedy and moving acting.  Get Hype for Get Hype: An Evening with Skyline Theatre, a high energy celebration of the stage this coming Friday and Saturday at 7:30 PM in the black box theatre.  Tickets are $10 for students and $15 for adults.

     

    Seniors

    Prom ticket sales begin this week during both lunches for $60.  Next week they will be sold after school only for $70.  If you need to use a credit card to purchase your tickets, that link can be found in your senior packet.  Guest forms are due May 1st, so please don't delay getting those in.  If your guest is a Skyline student - please submit your filled out guest form to the 4th floor Academic Innovation SLC office in the C hallway.  Prom is Saturday, May 6th from 8pm to Midnight.  Prom court voting ends at 9:30pm and doors close at 10pm.  All Sky students and guest must have ID and ticket to enter, there will be no ticket sales at the door.  If you still need to pick up your senior packet those are located outside Room A115, or see Mrs Bezeau with any questions you might have.  

     

    News from the Cube

    Attention students who applied to the cosmetology program, interviews will be taking place this Wednesday in the Cube. See Mrs Haller for details.

     

    Ann Arbor Rec and Ed is now hiring volunteers for day summer camps. All students grades 9-12 are welcome to apply. See Mrs. Haller for an application.

     

    Sophomores and Juniors

    Do you like helping younger students succeed? Are you interested in developing Leadership Skills? If so, then join Link Crew. Applications are now being accepted...You can find the applications in all SLC Offices, and in the Main Office. See Ms. McLoughlin, Mr. Shannon, or Mr. Lionberger if you have any questions.

     

    Film Fest

    This is the last week to submit your movie to Skyline’s Third Annual Film Festival. The submission deadline is next Monday, May 1st. Prizes for best films include $300, $200 and $100 for first, second and third place, in addition to $50 gift cards to Target for honorable mentions, and 4 free tickets to Quality 16 with concessions for the best freshmen film. Finally, every movie that is accepted into the festival will receive a $25 gift card from Target. For more details, go to Skylinefilmfest.com. Good luck!

     

    NHS members

    Next Wednesday, April 26th will be our final meeting for the year in the auditorium.  Please be sure to arrive promptly for the meeting.  The prom ticket raffle will take place during this meeting.
     

    Interact Club

    Do you have any gently used stuffed animals that you no longer need? Starting today, the Interact Club will be collecting stuffed animals to donate to children in need. Please bring in your stuffed animals to school through Friday April 28th. There will be plastic tubs set up in the student entrance, main office, and outside of the iCommons for students to drop off their used stuffed animals.

     

    Interested in a career in Fire and Rescue?
    Ann Arbor Township is hosting an informational meeting on April 26 @ 7:00 pm at 4319 Goss Road, Ann Arbor.  Come find out more information about a cadet program in firefighting and rescue.  Call 734-741-5900 for more information and let them know you are coming!

     

    Skyline student among best and brightest

    Skyline high school is proud to announce that Forrest Flesher will represent our school at the 38th annual WXYZ Brightest and Best program sponsored by channel 7 news on Saturday, May 13th.  Please congratulate Forrest when you see him and remember to keep an eye out for him when you're watching channel 7 news.  

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  • Annoucements for Friday, April 21

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 4/21/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Congratulations

    Please congratulate Molly Cooke on her Society of Automotive Engineering poster that took 4th Place this year at the annual SAE Detroit competition. Her poster will be in the September 2017 issue of the magazine Supercharger.

    Also, art work done by Shawn Meah, Isabella Sherman-Matthews, Ka'Ron Pugh , Molly Cooke , Madeline Beringer, Joe Budzinski, Lauren Peck, Katerina Tang, Alison Lock , Maggie Schmidt , Levi Stewart ,  Colin VanLoo , Natalie Bell and Tia Ortega will be at the Downtown Ann Arbor District Library fthrough May 29th.

     

    The following 8 Skyline students have work in the Potential Show that has an Opening Reception on tomorrow from 5pm to 7pm at the Neutral Zone: Livvy Dayney , Casey Klobucar , Joe Budzinski , Maggie Lareau, Hailie Lint , Luke Renken , Shawn Meah and Ben Millunchick . Open gallery and Viewing: Monday April 24th through Thursday April 27th from 2:30pm to 6pm.

    Congratulations all!

     

    A.P. Government

    There will be an A.P. Government review session on Monday April 24 and Thursday April 27.  The review session will take place in room C405 from approximately 2:45 - 3:40.

     

    Seniors

    Prom ticket sales begin next week during both lunches for $60.  The following week May 1 thru 4 they will be sold after school only for $70.  If you need to use a credit card to purchase your tickets, that link can be found in your senior packet.  Guest forms are due May 1st, so please don't delay getting those in.  If your guest is a Skyline student - please submit your filled out guest form to the 4th floor Academic Innovation SLC office in the C hallway.  Prom is Saturday, May 6th from 8pm to Midnight.  Prom court voting ends at 9:30pm and doors close at 10pm.  All Sky students and guest must have ID and ticket to enter, there will be no ticket sales at the door.  If you still need to pick up your senior packet those are located outside Room A115, or see Mrs Bezeau with any questions you might have.  

    Also seniors, the financial scholarship timeline as printed in the senior handbook for 2017, on page 6,  has ended as of April 20, 2017. Any person that has sent  an official request to SLC Principal will be contacted no later than Monday, April 24, 2017 for next steps.

     

    Film Fest

    The Film Club is now accepting submissions to Skyline’s Fourth Annual Film Festival, which will take place on Friday, May 19th. Prizes for best films include $300 for first place, $200 for second, and $100 for third. You can submit your 3-5 minute short film at Skylinefilmfest.com. The submission deadline is May 1st. Please see our website for more details. Good luck!

     

    TEDxYouth@AnnArbor

    If you enjoy hearing new ideas and want to expand your mind and help promote youth voice in Ann Arbor, come to TEDxYouth@AnnArbor tomorrow here at Skyline. Student tickets are only $5! And your ticket provides you with admission, lunch, snacks and the satisfaction that you helped youth voices be heard. Go to tickets.tedxya2.org to purchase tickets. Bring your friends and family! See you tomorrow!

     

    Attention NHS members

    Next Wednesday, April 26th will be our final meeting for the year in the auditorium.  Please be sure to arrive promptly for the meeting.  The prom ticket raffle will take place during this meeting.

     

    Fundraising Club

    Do you want to give back to your community and have a fun time while doing it? If so, join the Fundraising Club! The first meeting is right after school today in Mrs. Hetter's room C312. Hope to see you there!

     

    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. 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 Monday during EARLY LUNCH ONLY. Passes will be given to students with late lunch so come on down.

     

    Womens Soccer

    Congrats to the Skyline women's soccer team who beat Huron High School last night 2-0.  Thanks to everyone who came out and watched.

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday, April 20

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 4/20/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Sky Seniors

    We want to share the highlights and accomplishments you have had here at Skyline!  Senior Recognition Night is Tuesday, May 30, from 6-7:30 pm.  Go to http://bit.ly/2p6rsx9 and let us know what you have been up to and what you plan on doing next!  

    Prom ticket sales begin next week during both lunches for $60.  The following week May 1 thru 4 they will be sold after school only for $70.  If you need to use a credit card to purchase your tickets, that link can be found in your senior packet.  Guest forms are due May 1st, so please don't delay getting those in.  If your guest is a Skyline student - please submit your filled out guest form to the 4th floor Academic Innovation SLC office in the C hallway.  Prom is Saturday, May 6th from 8pm to Midnight.  Prom court voting ends at 9:30pm and doors close at 10pm.  All Sky students and guest must have ID and ticket to enter, there will be no ticket sales at the door.  If you still need to pick up your senior packet those are located outside Room A115, or see Mrs Bezeau with any questions you might have.  

     

    Attention Skyliners

    This month Skyline will hold our first ever school wide chess tournament! Whether you are a student, staff member, beginner or expert, sign up to play and be champion of the school. Chess games will be played during your lunch in the iCommons, starting on Monday April 24th. To sign up go to bit.ly/skylinechess. For more information, stop in the iCommons or talk to Mr. O in room C310. Don't blunder and miss the tournament!

     

    TEDxYouth@AnnArbor

    If you enjoy hearing new ideas and want to expand your mind and help promote youth voice in Ann Arbor, come to TEDxYouth@AnnArbor this Saturday at Skyline. Student tickets are only $5! And your ticket provides you with admission, lunch, snacks and the satisfaction that you helped youth voices be heard. Go to tickets.tedxya2.org to purchase tickets. Bring your friends and family! For more information, visit tedxya2.org. See you on Saturday!

    Attention Students and Staff

    Tomorrow is Skyline’s Day of Silence, an annual event nationwide. On that day, we invite you to be silent in solidarity with those who have been silenced by anti-LGBT bullying, harassment, and discrimination. Stickers will be available on Friday in the Commons and room A410 if you would like to participate and show your support.

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  • Annoucements for Wednesday, April 19

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 4/19/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Congratulations

    Congrats to the Men's and Women's Track & Field teams on both of their SEC Conference wins over Huron last night. Both teams turned in extremely dominant performances as the Boys won 93-44 and the Girls won 97-40! The Boys team improves to 1-1 on the season while the Girls remain undefeated in SEC Conference competition. Congrats to Logan Clark for setting a new school record in the 110 meter hurdles as well as tying the school record in the Pole Vault while Hunter Goodman tied the school record in the Discus as well. Special shoutout to Chloe Foster on running the fastest 400 meter outdoor time in the state of Michigan this season!

     

    Seniors

    Prom ticket sales begin next week during both lunches for $60.  The following week May 1 thru 4 they will be sold after school only for $70.  If you need to use a credit card to purchase your tickets, that link can be found in your senior packet.  Guest forms are due May 1st, so please don't delay getting those in.  If your guest is a Skyline student - please submit your filled out guest form to the 4th floor Academic Innovation SLC office in the C hallway.  Prom is Saturday, May 6th from 8pm to Midnight.  Prom court voting ends at 9:30pm and doors close at 10pm.  All Sky students and guest must have ID and ticket to enter, there will be no ticket sales at the door.  If you still need to pick up your senior packet those are located outside Room A115, or see Mrs Bezeau with any questions you might have.  

     

    Skyliners

    This month Skyline will hold our first ever school wide chess tournament! Whether you are a student, staff member, beginner or expert, sign up to play and be champion of the school. Chess games will be played during your lunch in the iCommons, starting on Monday April 24th. To sign up go to bit.ly/skylinechess. For more information, stop in the iCommons or talk to Mr. O in room C310. Don't blunder and miss the tournament!

     

    Film Fest

    The Film Club is now accepting submissions to Skyline’s Fourth Annual Film Festival, which will take place on Friday, May 19th. Prizes for best films include $300 for first place, $200 for second, and $100 for third. You can submit your 3-5 minute short film at Skylinefilmfest.com. The submission deadline is May 1st. Please see our website for more details. Good luck!

     

    TEDxYouth@AnnArbor

    If you enjoy hearing new ideas and want to expand your mind and help promote youth voice in Ann Arbor, come to TEDxYouth@AnnArbor this Saturday at Skyline. Student tickets are only $5! And your ticket provides you with admission, lunch, snacks and the satisfaction that you helped youth voices be heard. Go to tickets.tedxya2.org to purchase tickets. Bring your friends and family! For more information, visit tedxya2.org. See you on Saturday!

     

    Fundraiser

    Do you like pizza? Do you like plaid? How about alliteration? Then come support Skyline Theatre at our Pizza for Plaid fundraising event todayat Blaze Pizza on Eisenhower! Come anytime between 3 and 7 PM and present a flyer and 20% of your purchase will be donated to Skyline Theatre. Pick up a flyer at the front desk in the main office or from Ms. Roberts in her classroom.

     

    Students and Staff

    This Friday is Skyline’s Day of Silence, an annual event nationwide. On that day, we invite you to be silent in solidarity with those who have been silenced by anti-LGBT bullying, harassment, and discrimination. Stickers will be available on Friday in the Commons and room A410 if you would like to participate and show your support.

     

    Career Interest

    Are you interested in a career in emergency medicine?  Learn about careers in this field on April 27 from 5:30-8:30 at Huron Valley Ambulance on State Street.  You must pre-register.  See your counselor for more information.

     

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  • Annoucements for Tuesday, April 18

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 4/18/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Seniors

    Prom ticket sales begin next week during both lunches for $60.  The following week May 1 thru 4 they will be sold after school only for $70.  If you need to use a credit card to purchase your tickets, that link can be found in your senior packet.  Guest forms are due May 1st, so please don't delay getting those in.  If your guest is a Skyline student - please submit your filled out guest form to the 4th floor Academic Innovation SLC office in the C hallway.  Prom is Saturday, May 6th from 8pm to Midnight.  Prom court voting ends at 9:30pm and doors close at 10pm.  All Sky students and guest must have ID and ticket to enter, there will be no ticket sales at the door.  If you still need to pick up your senior packet those are located outside Room A115, or see Mrs Bezeau with any questions you might have.  

     

    Skytime

    Tomorrow in Skytime you will be attending an assembly that will talk about Next STEPS! This assembly revolves around very relevant and current topics that are intertwined with our Physical, Mental and Social Health.  When the bell rings for Skytime/Sky12 on Wednesday, students who are in the 4th floor SLC Equality and Academic Innovation will go directly to the auditorium for the assembly.  Third floor SLCs will go directly to their Skytimes and Sky12.  Also Seniors will be voting on the first round Prom ballot for Prom King and Queen in Sky12 classes.  

     

    Skyline Students

    This month Skyline will hold our first ever school wide chess tournament! Whether you are a student, staff member, beginner or expert, sign up to play and be champion of the school. Chess games will be played during your lunch in the iCommons, starting on Monday April 24th. To sign up go to bit.ly/skylinechess. For more information, stop in the iCommons or talk to Mr. O in room C310. Don't blunder and miss the tournament!

    Film Fest

    The Film Club is now accepting submissions to Skyline’s Fourth Annual Film Festival, which will take place on Friday, May 19th. Prizes for best films include $300 for first place, $200 for second, and $100 for third. You can submit your 3-5 minute short film at Skylinefilmfest.com. The submission deadline is May 1st. Please see our website for more details. Good luck!

     

    Earn a Varsity Letter

    The Washtenaw County United Way offers a Varsity Letter in Community Service to recognize high school students for their outstanding volunteer work during the year. Students will be presented a high school specific varsity letter in community service by complete 145 hours of volunteer work from May 1 to May 30. All hours are verified by the Labor Participation Committee. There is an awards program held at United Way of Washtenaw County on the first Thursday in June followed by a dessert reception to recognize the students who participate in the program.  Applications are due May 1, 2017.  Please apply through the following link: https://www.uwwashtenaw.org/varsityletter

     

    TEDxYouth@AnnArbor

    If you enjoy hearing new ideas and want to expand your mind and help promote youth voice in Ann Arbor, come to TEDxYouth@AnnArbor this Saturday at Skyline. Student tickets are only $5! And your ticket provides you with admission, lunch, snacks and the satisfaction that you helped youth voices be heard. Go to tickets.tedxya2.org to purchase tickets. Bring your friends and family! For more information, visit tedxya2.org. See you on Saturday!

     

    Astronomy Club

    Are you interested in space? Do you ever wonder what's out there in the universe? Then the Astronomy
    Club is right for you! It's fun for aspiring astronauts, astronomers, and space enthusiasts! We watch movies, go on field trips to local observatories, hold trivia days, and learn fun and interesting topics from all around the universe, including sound in space and the possibilities of extraterrestrial life! If you're interested, stop by room C412 every Tuesday from 2:45-3:45. Do you know what's an astronaut's favorite chocolate? A Mars bar! If you're looking for more space puns, go to C412 on Tuesdays from 2:45-3:45. See you there!

     

    Fundraiser

    Do you like pizza? Do you like plaid? How about alliteration? Then come support Skyline Theatre at our Pizza for Plaid fundraising event this Wednesday at Blaze Pizza on Eisenhower! Come anytime between 3 and 7 PM and present a flyer and 20% of your purchase will be donated to Skyline Theatre. Pick up a flyer at the front desk in the main office or from Ms. Roberts in her classroom.

     

    Students and Staff

    This Friday is Skyline’s Day of Silence, an annual event nationwide. On that day, we invite you to be silent in solidarity with those who have been silenced by anti-LGBT bullying, harassment, and discrimination. Stickers will be available on Friday in the Commons and room A410 if you would like to participate and show your support.

     

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  • Announcements for Monday, April 17

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 4/17/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    AP testing Orientation

    AP testing Orientation will take place at SkylinethisThursday, April 20th throughout the day.
    Please report to the iCommons area (Media Center) according to the following schedule:
    1st Hour: Last Names A - C
    2nd Hour: Last Names D - G and W - Z
    3rd Hour: Last Names H - L
    4th Hour: Last Names M - R
    5th Hour: Last Names S - V
    Check in at the tables just outside the Media Center.  You will receive your AP Student Pack.
    Then proceed inside, take a seat, and wait for further instructions.  

     

    Sky Seniors

    We want to share the highlights and accomplishments you have had here at Skyline!  Senior Recognition Night is Tuesday, May 30, from 6:00 pm-7:30 pm.  Go to http://bit.ly/2p6rsx9 and let us know what you have been up to and what you plan on doing next!   

     

    Prom ticket sales begin next week during both lunches for $60.  The following week May 1 thru 4 they will be sold after school only for $70.  If you need to use a credit card to purchase your tickets, that link can be found in your senior packet.  Guest forms are due May 1st, so please don't delay getting those in.  If your guest is a Skyline student - please submit your filled out guest form to the 4th floor Academic Innovation SLC office in the C hallway.  Prom is Saturday, May 6th from 8pm to Midnight.  Prom court voting ends at 9:30pm and doors close at 10pm.  All Sky students and guest must have ID and ticket to enter, there will be no ticket sales at the door.  If you still need to pick up your senior packet those are located outside Room A115, or see Mrs Bezeau with any questions you might have.  

     

    Sky Students

    This Wednesday in Skytime you will be attending an assembly that will talk about Next STEPS! This assembly revolves around very relevant and current topics that are intertwined with our Physical, Mental and Social Health.  When the bell rings for Skytime/Sky12 on Wednesday, students who are in the 4th floor SLC Equality and Academic Innovation will go directly to the auditorium for the assembly.  Third floor SLCs will go directly to their Skytimes and Sky12.  Also Seniors will be voting on the first round Prom ballot for Prom King and Queen in Sky12 classes.  

     

    Attention Skyliners

    This month Skyline will hold our first ever school wide chess tournament! Whether you are a student, staff member, beginner or expert, sign up to play and be champion of the school. Chess games will be played during your lunch in the iCommons, starting on Monday April 24th. To sign up go to bit.ly/skylinechess. For more information, stop in the iCommons or talk to Mr. O in room C310. Don't blunder and miss the tournament!

     

    Film Fest

    The Film Club is now accepting submissions to Skyline’s Fourth Annual Film Festival, which will take place on Friday, May 19th. Prizes for best films include $300 for first place, $200 for second, and $100 for third. You can submit your 3-5 minute short film at Skylinefilmfest.com. The submission deadline is May 1st. Please see our website for more details. Good luck!

     

    Attention all students and staff

    "Pennies for Pasta" is a Skyline NHS sponsored fundraiser encouraging kids to donate money to support further development in cancer research for Lymphoma and Leukemia. Check in with your 3rd hour teacher and donate in one of the assigned boxes.  We will be collecting money for the next two weeks.  The classroom that raises the most money will earn a Pasta luncheon from the Olive Garden!  Please encourage your friends and family to donate for this wonderful cause.  

     

    TEDxYouth@AnnArbor

    If you enjoy hearing new ideas and want to expand your mind and help promote youth voice in Ann Arbor, come to TEDxYouth@AnnArbor this Saturday at Skyline. Student tickets are only $5! And your ticket provides you with admission, lunch, snacks and the satisfaction that you helped youth voices be heard. Go to tickets.tedxya2.org to purchase tickets. Bring your friends and family! For more information, visit tedxya2.org. See you on Saturday!

     

    Astronomy Club

    Are you interested in space? Do you ever wonder what's out there in the universe? Then the Astronomy
    Club is right for you! It's fun for aspiring astronauts, astronomers, and space enthusiasts! We watch movies, go on field trips to local observatories, hold trivia days, and learn fun and interesting topics from all around the universe, including sound in space and the possibilities of extraterrestrial life! If you're interested, stop by room C412 every Tuesday from 2:45-3:45. Do you know what's an astronaut's favorite chocolate? A Mars bar! If you're looking for more space puns, go to C412 on Tuesdays from 2:45-3:45. See you there!

     

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  • Announcements for Friday, April 14

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 4/14/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Attention A2virtual students

    A2virtual will be proctoring semester 2 midterms in the iCommons Lab today from 7:45 am to 2:45 pm. Please come during your free hour.

     

    Sky Seniors

    We want to share the highlights and accomplishments you have had here at Skyline!  Senior Recognition Night is Tuesday, May 30, from 6-7:30 pm.  Go to http://bit.ly/2p6rsx9 and let us know what you have been up to and what you plan on doing next!   

     

    all students

    April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month.  Imagine eight empty seats in your classroom.  That’s how many teenagers die every day in traffic crashes.  Keep the classroom full.  One text or call could wreck it all!

     

    Attention Gamers, Makers, teachers and students

    Make a plan to attend the annual Skyline Gamer/Maker event with your friends.  Today after school 2:45-5pm.  Just Dance with Ms. Vincent, Ms. Hetter, Mr. Porter and Ms. Haller.  Challenge Mr. Graham for the Street Fighter Prize.  Eat some Pizza.  If you'd like to show a game or  app or project that you've made, go to bit.ly/gamermaker2017 (all one word) and sign up.  We'll make sure you have the equipment you need.  Brought to you by the iCommons and the Ann Arbor District Library.  Be there!

     

    Attention Skyliners

    This month Skyline will hold our first ever school wide chess tournament! Whether you are a student, staff member, beginner or expert, sign up to play and be champion of the school. Chess games will be played during your lunch in the iCommons, starting on Monday April 24th. To sign up go to bit.ly/skylinechess. For more information, stop in the iCommons or talk to Mr. O in room C310. Don't blunder and miss the tournament!

     

    Film Fest

    The Film Club is now accepting submissions to Skyline’s Fourth Annual Film Festival, which will take place on Friday, May 19th. Prizes for best films include $300 for first place, $200 for second, and $100 for third. You can submit your 3-5 minute short film at Skylinefilmfest.com. The submission deadline is May 1st. Please see our website for more details. Good luck!

     

    students and staff

    "Pennies for Pasta" is a Skyline NHS sponsored fundraiser encouraging kids to donate money to support further development in cancer research for Lymphoma and Leukemia. Check in with your 3rd hour teacher and donate in one of the assigned boxes.  We will be collecting money for the next two weeks.  The classroom that raises the most money will earn a Pasta luncheon from the Olive Garden!  Please encourage your friends and family to donate for this wonderful cause.  

     

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to the Skyline Women's Track & Field on their big 83-54 win over Saline yesterday. The team dominated Saline in the Sprints, Hurdles, Distance, Jumps and Field Events winning 12 of 17 events. Congratulations to this outstanding team!

     

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  • Announcement for Tuesday, April 11

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 4/11/2017

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    From the Desk of Principal McElmeel

    Testing Wednesday, April 12

    10th and 11th grade students are to report to school at 7:45 am.

    All 9th and 12th grade students who are not testing should report to school at 11:40 am for an abbreviated schedule. 

    Any 9th grade students that report to school at 7:45 am should report to the Main Gym.

    Any 12th grade students that report to school at 7:45 am should report to the Auditorium for a College Day presentation.

     

    Sky Seniors

    We want to share the highlights and accomplishments you have had here at Skyline!  Senior Recognition Night is Tuesday, May 30, from 6:00 pm-7:30 pm.  Go to http://bit.ly/2p6rsx9 and let us know what you have been up to and what you plan on doing next!  

    Yearbook

    Seniors- The Yearbook Staff needs your adorable baby photos to assemble the Senior Video that will play at graduation. Please email both a baby photo and a current photo of your choosing to aaskylineyearbook17@gmail.com. Include your first and last name as the subject. These are due by this Wednesday, April 12.

     

    Tri-M

    Reminder to all current and soon-to-be members of Tri-M: the induction ceremony is this Thursday the 13th at 7:00 pm in the Black Box Theatre. See you there!

     

    Attention Gamers, Makers, teachers and students

    Make a plan to attend the annual Skyline Gamer/Maker event with your friends.  Friday April 14th after school 2:45-5pm.  Just Dance with Ms. Vincent, Ms. Hetter, Mr. Porter and Ms. Haller.  Challenge Mr. Graham for the Street Fighter Prize.  Eat some Pizza.  If you'd like to show a game or  app or project that you've made, go to bit.ly/gamermaker2017 (all one word) and sign up.  We'll make sure you have the equipment you need.  Brought to you by the iCommons and the Ann Arbor District Library.  Be there!

     

    Film Fest

    The Film Club is now accepting submissions to Skyline’s Fourth Annual Film Festival, which will take place on Friday, May 19th. Prizes for best films include $300 for first place, $200 for second, and $100 for third. You can submit your 3-5 minute short film at Skylinefilmfest.com. The submission deadline is May 1st. Please see our website for more details. Good luck!

     

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  • Announcements for Monday, April 10

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 4/10/2017

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    From the Desk of Principal McElmeel

    Testing Tuesday, April 11 and Wednesday, April 12

    Tuesday, April 11

    10th and 12th grade students who are not testing Tuesday should report to school at 12:45 pm for an abbreviated schedule.

    9th and 11th grade students are to report to school at 7:45 am.

    Any 10th and 12th grade students that report to school at 7:45 am should report to the Main Gym.

     

    Wednesday, April 12

    10th and 11th grade students are to report to school at 7:45 am.

    All 9th and 12th grade students who are not testing should report to school at 11:40 am for an abbreviated schedule. 

    Any 9th grade students that report to school at 7:45 am should report to the Main Gym.

    Any 12th grade students that report to school at 7:45 am should report to the Auditorium for a College Day presentation.

     

    Sky Seniors

    We want to share the highlights and accomplishments you have had here at Skyline!  Senior Recognition Night is Tuesday, May 30, from 6:00 pm-7:30 pm.  Go to http://bit.ly/2p6rsx9 and let us know what you have been up to and what you plan on doing next!   

     

    Yearbook

    Seniors- The Yearbook Staff needs your adorable baby photos to assemble the Senior Video that will play at graduation. Please email both a baby photo and a current photo of your choosing to aaskylineyearbook17@gmail.com. Include your first and last name as the subject. These are due by this Wednesday, April 12.

     

    Environmental Club

    If you are interested in a career in environmental science or a related field, come to the Environmental Club's career panel. You will have the opportunity to ask current University of Michigan students what it is like to study environmental science or sustainability and what jobs are available in these fields. This panel will be held today after school in room A312. We hope to see you there!

     

    Tri-M

    Reminder to all current and soon-to-be members of Tri-M: the induction ceremony is this Thursday the 13th at 7:00 pm in the Black Box Theatre. See you there!

     

    Attention Gamers, Makers, teachers and students

    Make a plan to attend the annual Skyline Gamer/Maker event with your friends.  Friday April 14th after school 2:45-5pm.  Just Dance with Ms. Vincent, Ms. Hetter, Mr. Porter and Ms. Haller.  Challenge Mr. Graham for the Street Fighter Prize.  Eat some Pizza.  If you'd like to show a game or  app or project that you've made, go to bit.ly/gamermaker2017 (all one word) and sign up.  We'll make sure you have the equipment you need.  Brought to you by the iCommons and the Ann Arbor District Library.  Be there!

     

    Film Fest

    The Film Club is now accepting submissions to Skyline’s Fourth Annual Film Festival, which will take place on Friday, May 19th. Prizes for best films include $300 for first place, $200 for second, and $100 for third. You can submit your 3-5 minute short film at Skylinefilmfest.com. The submission deadline is May 1st. Please see our website for more details. Good luck!

     

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