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  • Announcements for Wednesday December 11

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 12/11/2019

    Good Morning Skyline!

     

    Cooking Club

    Join Cooking Club this Friday after school in room A315. We will be making holiday themes cake pops! 

     

    JSA

    Interested in current events or debate? Join us after school every Thursday in Ms. Barton’s room, C417, for Junior State of America! This week’s topic is “How should the college debt crisis be solved?” See you Thursday!

     

    Free Books!

    “Do you need a last minute gift? Fear no more! Come to the Hands on Museum this Saturday any time from 1 - 4pm and choose some books! The books are free and BookBridge will provide free gift wrapping as well! Many of these books came from generous donors who also donated to or ran the Laps for Literacy 5k. BookBridge was able to raise $1500 dollars for Walker Literacy Center. Big thanks to all of our donators, sponsors, participants, and volunteers. Once again, come to the Hands On Museum this Saturday for free books! 

     

    Winter Serenades

    It that time a year again. Skyline Orchestra council will be selling winter serenades this week at both lunches for $1. Buy one for your friend, teacher, or special someone. Happy Holidays!!

     

    Seniors 

    It’s that time of year to submit your senior quotes, due on Friday, December 20. There are a few requirements to keep in mind, such as: A 100 character limit No acronyms or hash tags or links No profanities or offensive remarks Please submit senior quotes to: bit.ly/sky20quotes by December 20th.

     

    Attention freshmen, sophomores, and juniors! 

    Skyline Yearbook needs your help! Do you have any fun pictures from this year? Look through your camera roll and see if you have any photos with you and your same-grade level friends--meaning whatever grade you are in, everyone in the picture is the same grade as you. If you do, share them with us at bit.ly/gradepics20! Share your photos before Dec. 20th for a chance to see your pictures in the yearbook!

     

    Skyline Writing Center

    This Saturday, December 14th, the Skyline Writing Center is having a fundraiser at the Briarwood Mall Chipotle from 4-8 PM to support Teen Spirit, our literary magazine, our annual Skyline Writing Prize competition, and our work with elementary and middle school students in the community with Eastern Michigan University and 826michigan. The Writing Center will get one-third of the proceeds from 4:00-8:00 PM, but be sure to mention that you’re supporting the Writing Center to the cashier. Thank you for supporting student writers at Skyline and across Washtenaw County!

     

    Support your BSU 

    Come support us tonight at Buffalo Wild Wings on Boardwalk Drive in Ann Arbor, across from Briarwood Mall. 20% of your bill goes to Skyline BSU. This fundraiser supports our Detroit Day field trip in April. See Ms. Barton or a BSU member for details! We thank you!

     

    Math Club

    Do you like doing math for fun? Do you enjoy working with others to solve rigorous math problems? Please come join the Skyline Math Club. Our first meeting will be held in A310 this coming Friday, Dec 13 after school. Look forward to see you! 

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

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  • Announcements for Tuesday December 10

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 12/10/2019

    Good Morning Skyline!

     

    Winter Serenades

    It that time a year again. Skyline Orchestra council will be selling winter serenades this week at both lunches for $1. Buy one for your friend, teacher, or special someone. Happy Holidays!!

     

    Seniors 

    It’s that time of year to submit your senior quotes, due on Friday, December 20. There are a few requirements to keep in mind, such as: A 100 character limit No acronyms or hash tags or links No profanities or offensive remarks Please submit senior quotes to: bit.ly/sky20quotes by December 20th.

     

    Attention freshmen, sophomores, and juniors! 

    Skyline Yearbook needs your help! Do you have any fun pictures from this year? Look through your camera roll and see if you have any photos with you and your same-grade level friends--meaning whatever grade you are in, everyone in the picture is the same grade as you. If you do, share them with us at bit.ly/gradepics20! Share your photos before Dec. 20th for a chance to see your pictures in the yearbook!

     

    Skyline Writing Center

    This Saturday, December 14th, the Skyline Writing Center is having a fundraiser at the Briarwood Mall Chipotle from 4-8 PM to support Teen Spirit, our literary magazine, our annual Skyline Writing Prize competition, and our work with elementary and middle school students in the community with Eastern Michigan University and 826michigan. The Writing Center will get one-third of the proceeds from 4:00-8:00 PM, but be sure to mention that you’re supporting the Writing Center to the cashier. Thank you for supporting student writers at Skyline and across Washtenaw County!

     

    Support your BSU 

    Come support us tomorrow at Buffalo Wild Wings on Boardwalk Drive in Ann Arbor, across from Briarwood Mall. 20% of your bill goes to Skyline BSU. This fundraiser supports our Detroit Day field trip in April. See Ms. Barton or a BSU member for details! We thank you!

     

    Math Club

    Do you like doing math for fun? Do you enjoy working with others to solve rigorous math problems? Please come join the Skyline Math Club. Our first meeting will be held in C310 this coming Friday, Dec 13 after school. Look forward to see you! 

     

    Boys Basketball

    The Skyline Boys Basketball team has their opening game tonight at Eastern Michigan Convocation Center against University Prep in the Ypsilanti Tip Off Classic. Game time is 6:30. See you there!!

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Monday December 9

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 12/9/2019

    Good Morning Skyline!

     

    Winter Serenades

    It that time a year again. Skyline Orchestra council will be selling winter serenades this week at both lunches for $1. Buy one for your friend, teacher, or special someone. Happy Holidays!!

     

    Seniors 

    It’s that time of year to submit your senior quotes, due on Friday, December 20. There are a few requirements to keep in mind, such as: A 100 character limit No acronyms or hash tags or links No profanities or offensive remarks Please submit senior quotes to: bit.ly/sky20quotes by December 20th.

     

    Support your BSU 

    Come support us this Wednesday at Buffalo Wild Wings on Boardwalk Drive in Ann Arbor, across from Briarwood Mall. 20% of your bill goes to Skyline BSU. This fundraiser supports our Detroit Day field trip in April. See Ms. Barton or a BSU member for details! We thank you!

     

    Math Club

    Do you like doing math for fun? Do you enjoy working with others to solve rigorous math problems? Please come join the Skyline Math Club. Our first meeting will be held in C302 this coming Friday, Dec 13 after school. Look forward to see you! 

     

    Hour of Code at AAPS December 9-15

    The Hour of Code™is a global movement introducing tens of millions of kids worldwide to computer science, inspiring kids to learn more, breaking stereotypes, and leaving them feeling empowered. Learn more about the Hour of Code at AAPS by visiting bit.ly/HOCatAAPS

     

    Women in Aerospace

    Women in Aerospace seminar series at Michigan Aerospace Department will be on Thursday, December 12th, 5:30pm-7:30pm at the Boeing Auditorium in the Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Building (FXB), located at 1320 Beal Ave in Ann Arbor. RSVP is necessary so they can finalize food (there are also parking directions here, as well): https://tinyurl.com/RSVPwia

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Friday December 6

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 12/6/2019

    Good Morning Skyline!

     

    Attention students

    Please return your books from Tri 1 to the book depository. We have students in need of books. The Book Depository will be open from 7:30 am until 3:00 pm. Thank you. 

     

    Tech Free Lunch

    The PBIS committee is sponsoring another tech free time today during both early and late lunch. Students volunteering to participate will place their cell phones in the bags provided at their table and will receive raffle tickets for Skyline swag that will be given at the end of lunch. This is an effort to increase authentic dialogue and connection among peers and as a lead up to a Mix-It-Up lunch in the near future. 

     

    Winter Serenades

    Do you want the orchestra to serenade your friends with fun holiday and winter songs? Orchestra council is selling Winter Serenades next week Monday through Friday during both lunches. Look for representatives to come to your lunch table selling them. They only cost $1 and $2 if you want to buy a candy cane. 

     

    Seniors 

    It’s that time of year to submit your senior quotes, due on Friday, December 20. There are a few requirements to keep in mind, such as: A 100 character limit No acronyms or hash tags or links No profanities or offensive remarks Please submit senior quotes to: bit.ly/sky20quotes by December 20th.

     

    Support your BSU 

    Next Wednesday, December 11th 20% of your bill will go to Skyline Black Student Union when dining in or carrying out your order from Buffalo Wild Wings on Boardwalk Drive in Ann Arbor. Your support will help us fund our Detroit Day field trip in April 2020. See Stacie Warner, Madison Davenport, or Meech Castelow for details. We thank you!!

     

    WISE

    Are you interested in becoming a scientist or engineer? Want to help educate the youth about careers in STEM? Join the Women in Science and Engineering Club! Meetings are every Friday in Mrs. Warner's room, C412, and all genders are welcome! Email skylinewise2018@gmail.com if you have any questions!

     

    Hour of Code at AAPS December 9-15

    The Hour of Code™is a global movement introducing tens of millions of kids worldwide to computer science, inspiring kids to learn more, breaking stereotypes, and leaving them feeling empowered. The Hour of Code™ at AAPS will bring volunteers to elementary, middle and high schools to engage kids in a coding activity (supplied by teachers) and inspire them for a future career in the field.   Volunteers will be here at Skyline on Tues. Dec. 10. Learn more about the Hour of Code at AAPS by visiting bit.ly/HOCatAAPS

    Women in Aerospace

    Women in Aerospace seminar series at Michigan Aerospace Department will be on Thursday, December 12th, 5:30pm-7:30pm at the Boeing Auditorium in the Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Building (FXB), located at 1320 Beal Ave in Ann Arbor. RSVP is necessary so they can finalize food (there are also parking directions here, as well): https://tinyurl.com/RSVPwia

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday December 6

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 12/5/2019

    Good Morning Skyline!

     

    Attention students

    Last day for schedule changes.   Schedules will only be changed for the approved reasons. The approved reasons for a schedule change are:
    1. Hole in your schedule
    2. Level change

    3. Double scheduled
    4. Repeat class
    5. Missing a graduation requirement class
    6. Missing part of an elective.
    Schedule changes for teacher requests and lunch changes will not be honored.

    SAS Gobbles for Good Food Fund Drive

    We collected $1036.88. $800 of that was donated to Food Gatherers. Mrs Everard, our finance secretary, ran that money up to them yesterday and it ended up being doubled by Krogers and will provide 4,800 meals to residents in Washtenaw county! The donation of $800 was also announced on the radio station 107!  Also the winners of the Sky shirts and hoodies are as follows: 

    Winners of the Sky shirts - those who donated a feather or leaf: 

    9th - Kohtaro Hayami 

    10th Caitlyn Donnelly 

    11th - Jack Williams 

    12th - Sloat Keating 

    Staff - Mr Brieloff 

    Winners of the Sky Hoodie - those who donated a hat or hand drawn turkey: 

    9th - Paulo Martins 

    10th -Alex Bauer 

    11th - Matthew McMorrough 

    12th Gemma Paulson

     Staff - Mr Wellman 

    If you haven't seen Mrs Bezeau yet in Room A115 yet - please do so to pick up your item. 

     

    Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) 

    Skyline will be hosting a FAFSA night, with information about paying for college, as well as helping students and families with filling out the FAFSA form tonight at 6 pm in the Library. 

     

    JSA

    Interested in current events or debate? Join us after school today in Ms. Barton’s room, C417, for Junior State of America! This week’s topic is “What is the most effective way to grow and diversify America’s voting body?” 

     

    Attention students

    Please return your books from Tri 1 to the book depository. We have students in need of books. The Book Depository will be open from 7:30 am until 3:00 pm. Thank you. 




    Tech Free Lunch

    The PBIS committee is sponsoring another tech free time tomorrow during both early and late lunch. Students volunteering to participate will place their cell phones in the bags provided at their table and will receive raffle tickets for Skyline swag that will be given at the end of lunch. This is an effort to increase authentic dialogue and connection among peers and as a lead up to a Mix-It-Up lunch in the near future. 

     

    Seniors 

    It’s that time of year to submit your senior quotes, due on Friday, December 20. There are a few requirements to keep in mind, such as: A 100 character limit No acronyms or hash tags or links No profanities or offensive remarks Please submit senior quotes to: bit.ly/sky20quotes by December 20th.

     

    Support your BSU 

    Next Wednesday, December 11th 20% of your bill will go to Skyline Black Student Union when dining in or carrying out your order from Buffalo Wild Wings on Boardwalk Drive in Ann Arbor. Your support will help us fund our Detroit Day field trip in April 2020. See Stacie Warner, Madison Davenport, or Meech Castelow for details. We thank you!!

     

    Sock Donations

    Keep a pair of feet warm this winter by donating a pair of new unworn socks this week from December 3rd through 6th. Boxes can be found in all of the SLC offices and the visitors entrance. Your donations will go to charities in Detroit. Have a lovely day!

     

    Skyline Fashion Club

    Attention anyone interested in style, fashion, and DIY - the brand-new Skyline Fashion Club is holding its first meeting today after school in room A317. See Ms Hill in the Library if you'd like to learn more.  

     

    WISE

    Are you interested in becoming a scientist or engineer? Want to help educate the youth about careers in STEM? Join the Women in Science and Engineering Club! Meetings are every Friday in Mrs. Warner's room, C412, and all genders are welcome! Email skylinewise2018@gmail.com if you have any questions!

     

    Hour of Code at AAPS December 9-15

    The Hour of Code™is a global movement introducing tens of millions of kids worldwide to computer science, inspiring kids to learn more, breaking stereotypes, and leaving them feeling empowered. The Hour of Code™ at AAPS will bring volunteers to elementary, middle and high schools to engage kids in a coding activity (supplied by teachers) and inspire them for a future career in the field.   Volunteers will be here at Skyline on Tues. Dec. 10. Learn more about the Hour of Code at AAPS by visiting bit.ly/HOCatAAPS

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Wednesday December 4

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 12/4/2019

    Good Morning Skyline! 

     

    Attention students

    Counselors will be available for schedule changes through tomorrow.   Schedules will only be changed for the approved reasons. The approved reasons for a schedule change are:
    1. Hole in your schedule
    2. Level change

    3. Double scheduled
    4. Repeat class
    5. Missing a graduation requirement class
    6. Missing part of an elective.
    Schedule changes for teacher requests and lunch changes will not be honored.

    Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) 

    Skyline will be hosting a FAFSA night, with information about paying for college, as well as helping students and families with filling out the FAFSA form tomorrow evening at 6 pm in the Library. 

     

    JSA

    Interested in current events or debate? Join us after school every Thursday in Ms. Barton’s room, C417, for Junior State of America! This week’s topic is “What is the most effective way to grow and diversify America’s voting body?” See you tomorrow!

     

    Attention students

    Please return your books from Tri 1 to the book depository. We have students in need of books. The Book Depository will be open the rest of the week from 7:30 am until 3:00 pm. Thank you. 

     

    Tech Free Lunch

    The PBIS committee is sponsoring another tech free time this Friday during both early and late lunch. Students volunteering to participate will place their cell phones in the bags provided at their table and will receive raffle tickets for Skyline swag that will be given at the end of lunch. This is an effort to increase authentic dialogue and connection among peers and as a lead up to a Mix-It-Up lunch in the near future. 

     

    Seniors 

    It’s that time of year to submit your senior quotes, due on Friday, December 20. There are a few requirements to keep in mind, such as: A 100 character limit No acronyms or hash tags or links No profanities or offensive remarks Please submit senior quotes to: bit.ly/sky20quotes by December 20th.

     

    Support your BSU 

    Next Wednesday, December 11th 20% of your bill will go to Skyline Black Student Union when dining in or carrying out your order from Buffalo Wild Wings on Boardwalk Drive in Ann Arbor. Your support will help us fund our Detroit Day field trip in April 2020. See Stacie Warner, Madison Davenport, or Meech Castelow for details. We thank you!!




    Sock Donations

    Keep a pair of feet warm this winter by donating a pair of new unworn socks this week from December 3rd through 6th. Boxes can be found in all of the SLC offices and the visitors entrance. Your donations will go to charities in Detroit. Have a lovely day!

     

    Skyline Fashion Club

    Attention anyone interested in style, fashion, and DIY - the brand-new Skyline Fashion Club is holding its first meeting Thursday December 5 after school in room A317. See Ms Hill in the Library if you'd like to learn more.  

     

    Hour of Code at AAPS

    The Hour of Code™is a global movement introducing tens of millions of kids worldwide to computer science, inspiring kids to learn more, breaking stereotypes, and leaving them feeling empowered. The Hour of Code™ at AAPS will bring volunteers to elementary, middle and high schools to engage kids in a coding activity (supplied by teachers) and inspire them for a future career in the field December 9-15.   Volunteers will be here at Skyline on Tues. Dec. 10. Learn more about the Hour of Code at AAPS by visiting bit.ly/HOCatAAPS

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Tuesday December 3

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 12/3/2019

    Good Morning Skyline! 

     

    Attention students

    Counselors will be available for schedule changes beginning today.   Schedules will only be changed for the approved reasons. The approved reasons for a schedule change are:
    1. Hole in your schedule
    2. Level change

    3. Double scheduled
    4. Repeat class
    5. Missing a graduation requirement class
    6. Missing part of an elective.
    Schedule changes for teacher requests and lunch changes will not be honored.
    The schedule change or add/drop deadline for trimester 2 has been extended to Thurs. December 5th.

     

    News from the Cube

    Tomorrow, Wednesday, during Skytime, juniors will be meeting in the auditorium with the counseling team and Mrs Haller to start college planning, beginning with preparations for the upcoming SAT and ACT. Skyline will be hosting a FAFSA night, with information about paying for college, as well as helping students and families with filling out the FAFSA form this Thursday evening at 6 pm in the Library. 

     

    Attention students

    Please return your books from Tri 1 to the book depository. We have students in need of books. The Book Depository will be open today until 12:30 pm and the rest of the week from 7:30 am until 3:00 pm. Thank you. 

     

    Tech Free Lunch

    The PBIS committee is sponsoring another tech free time this Friday during both early and late lunch. Students volunteering to participate will place their cell phones in the bags provided at their table and will receive raffle tickets for Skyline swag that will be given at the end of lunch. This is an effort to increase authentic dialogue and connection among peers and as a lead up to a Mix-It-Up lunch in the near future. 

     

    Seniors 

    It’s that time of year to submit your senior quotes, due on Friday, December 20. There are a few requirements to keep in mind, such as: A 100 character limit No acronyms or hash tags or links No profanities or offensive remarks Please submit senior quotes to: bit.ly/sky20quotes by December 20th.

     

    Support your BSU 

    Next Wednesday, December 11th 20% of your bill will go to Skyline Black Student Union when dining in or carrying out your order from Buffalo Wild Wings on Boardwalk Drive in Ann Arbor. Your support will help us fund our Detroit Day field trip in April 2020. See Stacie Warner, Madison Davenport, or Meech Castelow for details. We thank you!!




    Sock Donations

    Keep a pair of feet warm this winter by donating a pair of new unworn socks this week from December 3rd through 6th. Boxes can be found in all of the SLC offices and the visitors entrance. Your donations will go to charities in Detroit. Have a lovely day!

     

    Peer to Peer Announcement

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day

     

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  • Announcements for Monday December 2

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 12/2/2019

    Good Morning Skyline!

     

    Attention students

    Counselors will be available for schedule changes beginning tomorrow.   Schedules will only be changed for the approved reasons. The approved reasons for a schedule change are:
    1. Hole in your schedule
    2. Level change

    3. Double scheduled
    4. Repeat class
    5. Missing a graduation requirement class
    6. Missing part of an elective.
    Schedule changes for teacher requests and lunch changes will not be honored.
    The schedule change or add/drop deadline for trimester 2 has been extended to Thurs. December 5th.

     

    DECA

    There will be a DECA meeting today after school in the BMIT Room for all DECA members. Students with last names that begin with A-K will take their test immediately after today's meeting.

     

    News from the Cube

    Tomorrow @ 9 am, the Cube will be hosting Fisk University, a top HBCU, with alumni Jordan Harmon. 10th, 11th and 12th grade students are invited to attend provided you have a pass signed by your teacher to attend. Passes are available in the Cube. This Wednesday, during Skytime, juniors will be meeting in the auditorium with the counseling team and Mrs Haller to start college planning, beginning with preparations for the upcoming SAT and ACT. Skyline will be hosting a FAFSA night, with information about paying for college, as well as helping students and families with filling out the FAFSA form this Thursday evening at 6 pm in the Library. 

     

    Skyline Theatre's  Blue Sky New Works Festival

    Submissions are still open for Skyline Theatre's  Blue Sky New Works Festival. We are seeking original plays and monologues written by Skyline students to be performed as part of this upcoming event. Student written plays should run between five to ten minutes and monologues no longer than three. Submissions are due by the end of the day Thursday, December 12 and can be sent to blueskynewworks@gmail.com Selected scripts and monologues will be performed on stage by Skyline students later this year. Get creative and get writing!

     

    Recycling Used Notebooks 

    Have any half used or unwanted notebooks from the end of the trimester? The Skyline Recycling Club will be collecting notebooks to recycle and reuse. There will be bins to drop off your notebooks outside the SCL Offices. 

     

    How International Experience Can Strengthen Your College Application 

    Free session at Ann Arbor District Library, Westgate, Dec. 9, 7:00 - 8:30pm. Come learn more about study abroad.  Speakers will include study abroad providers, college admissions representatives and local partners engaged in related projects. 

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday November 21

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/21/2019

    Good Morning Skyline!

     

    Attention Students

    We will have a limited number of bag lunches on Friday and Monday. For more details, please see the signs posted in the servery.

     

    Attention students

    Please review your trimester 2 schedules in powerschool.  If you have a concern or need an adjustment to your schedule for one of the approved reasons only, please see your counselor.   Schedules will only be changed for the approved reasons. The approved reasons for a schedule change are:
    1. Hole in your schedule
    2. Level change

    3. Double scheduled
    4. Repeat class
    5. Missing a graduation requirement class
    6. Missing part of an elective.
    Schedule changes for teacher requests and lunch changes will not be honored.
    Final trimester 2 schedules will be distributed in your 3rd hour study period on Monday, November 25. The schedule change or add/drop deadline for trimester 2 is Wed. December 4th.

     

    JSA

    Interested in current events or debate? Join us after school today in Ms. Barton’s room, C417, for Junior State of America! For today’s meeting, the topic is “What should be the American reaction to events in Bolivia?” See you there!

     

    Skyline Theatre's  Blue Sky New Works Festival

    Submissions are still open for Skyline Theatre's  Blue Sky New Works Festival. We are seeking original plays and monologues written by Skyline students to be performed as part of this upcoming event. Student written plays should run between five to ten minutes and monologues no longer than three. Submissions are due by the end of the day Thursday, December 12 and can be sent to blueskynewworks@gmail.com Selected scripts and monologues will be performed on stage by Skyline students later this year. Get creative and get writing!

     

    Attention Students

    Please pay close attention to the exam schedules for this Friday and next Monday and Tuesday.  Please note that exam schedules no longer contain a lunch period.

     

    Pet Pictures for the Yearbook! 

    Send in pictures of you and your pets to bit.ly/ybpetpage to have you and your furry friend featured in the yearbook this year! Deadline is this Friday and should include your first and last name when submitting. Contact Laila Krugman with any questions.

     

    Recycling Used Notebooks 

    Have any half used or unwanted notebooks from the end of the trimester? The Skyline Recycling Club will be collecting notebooks to recycle and reuse. There will be bins to drop off your notebooks outside the SCL Offices. 

     

    How International Experience Can Strengthen Your College Application 

    Free session at Ann Arbor District Library, Westgate, Dec. 9, 7:00 - 8:30pm. Study abroad can be a transformational experience and has proven to build cultural competence, language skills, confidence, maturity, problem-solving abilities and inspire an authentic global perspective. Incorporating an international experience into your college application can be a valuable asset and help distinguish you from other competitive applicants. Come learn more! Speakers will include study abroad providers, college admissions representatives and local partners engaged in related projects. 

     

    Girls Soccer

    For all girls interested in playing soccer at Skyline there is an informational meeting today. The meeting will take place in the Skyline Commons, at 3:30 pm. If players are unable to attend, please email Coach Morgan morganc@aaps.k12.mi.us

     

    Varsity Girls Swim

    Varsity Girls Swim team is heading to Holland this weekend for the State Meet. Go Eagles!

     

    Volleyball

    Good luck Volleyball today at State Semi-Finals in Battle Creek!

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Tuesday November 20

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/20/2019

    Good Morning Skyline!

    JSA

    Interested in current events or debate? Join us after school today in Ms. Barton’s room, C417, for Junior State of America! For today’s meeting, the topic is “What should be the American reaction to events in Bolivia?” See you there!

     

    Attention all AP Econ students! 

    As finals are approaching, what better way to prepare than to study with other students? Economics Club will be hosting a group study session this Wednesday after school in Mrs. Vaughn's room, C304. We will be reviewing concepts and questions from AP Microeconomics. Even if you're not taking the class, feel free to drop by!

     

    Skyline Theatre's  Blue Sky New Works Festival

    Submissions are still open for Skyline Theatre's  Blue Sky New Works Festival. We are seeking original plays and monologues written by Skyline students to be performed as part of this upcoming event. Student written plays should run between five to ten minutes and monologues no longer than three. Submissions are due by the end of the day Thursday, December 12 and can be sent to blueskynewworks@gmail.com Selected scripts and monologues will be performed on stage by Skyline students later this year. Get creative and get writing!

     

    Attention Students

    Please pay close attention to the exam schedules for this Friday and next Monday and Tuesday.  Please note that exam schedules no longer contain a lunch period.

     

    Pet Pictures for the Yearbook! 

    Send in pictures of you and your pets to bit.ly/ybpetpage to have you and your furry friend featured in the yearbook this year! Deadline is this Friday and should include your first and last name when submitting. Contact Laila Krugman with any questions.

     

    Athletes interested in Track & Field 

    We will be having an important informational meeting today after school in the Commons to go over the upcoming season and discuss the indoor winter conditioning schedule. Please see Coach Ro with any questions.

     

    Girls Soccer

    For all girls interested in playing soccer at Skyline there is an informational meeting on Thursday, November 21st. The meeting will take place in the Skyline Commons, at 3:30 pm. If players are unable to attend, please email Coach Morgan morganc@aaps.k12.mi.us

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

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