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  • Announcements for Wednesday, April 18

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 4/18/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Pajama Jam

    Join your BSU as they host the revamped Pajama Jam coming up on May 11 from 8 - 11 PM in the Commons.  Guest forms are due May 7. This is an event you don't want to miss, ticket will be sold at both lunches for $5. Tickets will not be available at the door.

     

    Join Yearbook

    Interested in photography, graphic design, and journalism? If so, consider being a part of the yearbook class next year! If you would like to apply for this course, please stop by Mrs. Ray's Room A306 to pick up an application. Applications are due by Friday, April 27.

     

    Cooking Club

    Do you love cooking or want to learn how to cook? If so, come to cooking club this Friday after school in room A315. We're going to make quesadillas with chicken, cheese, and veggies of your choice! Bring $3 to attend the meeting. Everyone is welcome! Hope to see you there!

     

    News from the Cube

    The University of Toledo field trip has been canceled for Friday, April 20. We were not able to fill the bus in a timely fashion, in order for the transportation expenses to be covered.  We will try to reschedule in the fall.

     

    Book Drive

    Books for students who are in Pre-K thru middle can be turned into any of the boxes located around the building in the student entrance, SLC offices, media center/i commons, main office and A115. We will accept any new book, like new books, new coloring books and boxes of crayons until Friday, April 27th.  

     

    Multi-Cultural Event

    The SAS and BSU Multicultural Event for Friday, April 27th has been cancelled.  Please listen to announcements next fall for more information about this event. We would like you to have the opportunity to promote knowledge and awareness about your culture or heritage thru song, dance, poetry or other art forms.  If you have questions - please see Mrs Bezeau

     

    SHREK

    SHREK: THE MUSICAL tickets are going fast, so run, run as fast as the gingerbread man to get yours!  Remaining performances are this Saturday and Sunday at both 2:30 and 7:30 on both days! Tickets are available online at showtix4u.com or at the door. It’s more fun than a talking donkey!

     

    Link Crew is coming!
    Upcoming Juniors and Seniors, applications to be a Link Crew Leader for the 2018-2019 school year are up. This year we are doing electronic applications.You should see posters all around the school with a QR code, and a Bitly website for the applications. We need leaders from every background, and every interest in the school, that means YOU!  Applications are due on Monday April 23rd at Midnight. No exceptions.

     

    Breakdance & Hip Hop Club

    Do you want free pizza and like to dance? Come to Breakdance & Hip Hop Club for lessons and fun group dance offs in Room B429 every thursday from 3-4pm.

     

    Club #StepOut

    Come check out Club #StepOut this Thursday after school in Room C312.  Hear about our volunteer adventure last Saturday at Earthworks Detroit and signup for future volunteer opportunities right here in Ann Arbor!  Everyone is welcome, we hope to see you there!

     

    All Chess Players

    This month Skyline will hold our second annual 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 23th. 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 Club

    This is the LAST week the Film Club will be accepting submissions to Skyline’s Fifth Annual Film Festival. The deadline is NEXT Monday, April 23rd. You can submit your 3-5 minute short film at Skylinefilmfest.com. Good luck!

     

    Sky Senior Prom Updates
    Guest forms are due on Monday, April 30th. If you’re bringing a Sky 9th,10th or 11th grader or a guest who doesn't attend high school - forms with all of the information and parent/guardian signature can be submitted to Ms Wade in the 4th floor Academic Innovation Office. All other guest forms must be scanned or faxed over from your guest's high school. When approved your student number will appear in the window of the 4th floor Academic Innovation Office.
    Tickets go on sale next week, Monday April 23rd thru April 27th during both lunches in the commons for $60. The following week they will be sold after school in the main office Monday, April 30th thru Thursday, May 3rd for $70. There will be no ticket sales the day before prom on Friday or at the door of prom on Saturday, May 5th. At school we can only accept cash or checks made out to Skyline High School. If you prefer to pay by credit or debit card, please visit the STUDENT SPACE Tab for the credit card link.
    All Skyline students and guest must have a ticket and photo ID to enter. Prom is on Saturday, May 5th from 8pm to Midnight and doors close at 10pm.
    If you rent your tux from Mens Warehouse (next to Target) or President Tuxedo in the mall, mention attending Skyline prom and SAS will receive a $5 rebate. If you like to save money or are in need of saving a few bucks, both tux shops offer a prom rep program that helps you earn a free tux. Any questions - see Mrs Bezeau  

     

    Calling all Gamers

    Looking for a great Friday after school with your friends? Happen to crave some Mario Kart, Street Fighter, Rocket League? Wanna show off your moves with Just Dance, Giant Chess, Giant Jenga and more? Or do you just want to have some FUN with friends and teachers? Then, come to the iCommon’s annual Gamer Event Friday April 27th from 2:30-5pm.  Come and compete with awesome teachers, who have been practicing at the arcade in order to crush all student challengers! The Gamer Event is brought to you by the iCommons Student Advisory Council and the Ann Arbor District Library. Admission & snacks are free. So, save the date, Friday April 27th from 2:30-5pm. Don't miss the iCommons Gamer Event.  Are YOU up to the challenge?!

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  • Announcements for Monday, April 16

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 4/16/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Pledge Club

    Today, during LATE LUNCH ONLY, Pledge Club will be working with EMU PREVENTION THEATER and serving free pizza for students in room A212. Do you want to learn more about addiction? You are not alone. Please come talk to students from Skyline and EMU. This is a relaxed lunch discussion. Not a lecture! Come hang out, have free pizza, and check it out! A212 in the main office today during LATE LUNCH ONLY. If you have early lunch please see your counselor for a pass.

     

    Book Drive

    Books for students who are in Pre-K thru middle can be turned into any of the boxes located around the building in the student entrance, SLC offices, media center/i commons, main office and A115. We will accept any new book, like new books, new coloring books and boxes of crayons until Friday, April 27th.  

     

    Multi-Cultural Event

    This is the last week you can sign up for the SAS Academic Connections and BSU Black Student Union Multi-Cultural event for Friday, April 27th from 6pm to 8pm in the commons. If you want to spread knowledge about your culture or heritage thru games, food or dance - Please go to the student space tab on Skyline website to access the link to sign up.

     

    Congratulations to the Women's Track & Field Team

    on their 16 team Invitational win at the Trojan Relays last Friday. The team scored in 14 of 15 events securing the overall 1st place team title. Shoutout to event winners Felicity Sorenson, Catrin Koselka, Ayanna Bell, Zsofia Hull, Taylor Weatherford, Noriah Kidd and Emily Judkins. Special shoutout to Camille Kukor, Lydia Gilbert, Chrysanthe Patselas and Laura O'Brien on setting a new school record in the 4 x 1 Mile relay! The team will host defending the State Champions Pioneer Tuesday, 4/17, at 4:30pm.

     

    SHREK

    SHREK: THE MUSICAL wowed crowds last weekend, but you don’t need to be green with envy, you’ve got four more chances to see it!  Performances are this Saturday and Sunday at both 2:30 and 7:30 on both days! Tickets are available online at showtix4u.com or at the door.  Come on OGRE and see it!

     

    Link Crew is coming
    Upcoming Juniors and Seniors, applications to be a Link Crew Leader for the 2018-2019 school year are up. This year we are doing electronic applications.You should see posters all around the school with a QR code, and a Bitly website for the applications. We need leaders from every background, and every interest in the school, that means YOU!  Applications are due on Monday April 23rd at Midnight. No exceptions.

     

    All Chess Players

    This month Skyline will hold our second annual 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 23th. 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!

     

    News from the Cube

    The University of Toledo is providing bus transportation to and from Skyline, a tour and an information session for 10-12 graders interested in learning more about the University of Toledo on Friday, April 20th. Students must have a 2.5 minimum GPA to attend. Seniors who have already been accepted to UT are also welcome to attend. See Mrs Haller in the Cube for details and permission slips.

     

    Senior One Acts

    Senior one act auditions are Tuesday, April 17th after school in the black box theatre. The one act is a student directed show directed this year by Makayla Franklin.  The show will be “Elephants Graveyard”, a show featuring circus and townie folks alike. Check the Skyline Theatre facebook page for more details.

     

    Film Club

    The Film Club is now accepting submissions to Skyline’s Fifth Annual Film Festival, which will take place on Friday, May 18th. Prizes for best films include $500 for first place, $300 for second, and $100 for third. In addition, the best Freshmen film will win 4 free tickets to Quality 16 with concessions. You can submit your 3-5 minute short film at Skylinefilmfest.com. The submission deadline is Monday, April 23rd. Good luck!

     

    Sky Senior Prom Updates
    Guest forms are due on Monday, April 30th. If you’re bringing a Sky 9th,10th or 11th grader or a guest who doesn't attend high school - forms with all of the information and parent/guardian signature can be submitted to Ms Wade in the 4th floor Academic Innovation Office. All other guest forms must be scanned or faxed over from your guest's high school. When approved your student number will appear in the window of the 4th floor Academic Innovation Office.
    Tickets go on sale next week, Monday April 23rd thru April 27th during both lunches in the commons for $60. The following week they will be sold after school in the main office Monday, April 30th thru Thursday, May 3rd for $70. There will be no ticket sales the day before prom on Friday or at the door of prom on Saturday, May 5th. At school we can only accept cash or checks made out to Skyline High School. If you prefer to pay by credit or debit card, please visit the STUDENT SPACE Tab for the credit card link.
    All Skyline students and guest must have a ticket and photo ID to enter. Prom is on Saturday, May 5th from 8pm to Midnight and doors close at 10pm.
    If you rent your tux from Mens Warehouse (next to Target) or President Tuxedo in the mall, mention attending Skyline prom and SAS will receive a $5 rebate. If you like to save money or are in need of saving a few bucks, both tux shops offer a prom rep program that helps you earn a free tux. Any questions - see Mrs Bezeau  

     

    Bob Ufer Scholarship opportunity

    Skyline Senior Athletes, do you meet the following criteria? 1. Attending the University of Michigan in Fall

    2. Excelled in some academic regard  3. Participated in athletics at Skyline Students must fill out application on the Skyline Athletics website and return by April 30th. The deadline is firm. The amount of the scholarship is $5000. This is not an athletic scholarship and applicants do not have to play varsity athletics at Michigan. Full scholarship athletes are ineligible for this award. Further questions can be directed to the Athletic Office.

     

    What’s up Skyline Eagles

    Do you love your Skyline athletes? Do you want free stuff? Do we have a deal for you. Brought to you by the Athletic programs and the Student Athletic Council, we’d like to present the SkyRewards Card! Get one punch for every athletic event you attend! 5 punches for a free item at concessions! 10 punches gets you a Skyline Athletics sweatshirt! Pick up a SkyRewards Card when you attend your first athletics game starting this spring. See you there!

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday, April 12

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 4/12/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Skyline Theatre

    Somebody once told me that SHREK: THE MUSICAL is opening this weekend right here at Skyline High School!  Performances are on Saturday night at 7:30 and Sunday at 2:30 and next Saturday and Sunday at both 2:30 and 7:30 on both days!  Tickets are available online at showtix4u.com or at the door. Relive the animated classic with your fellow students bringing Shrek, donkey, Fiona and all the rest to life.  You'll never know if you don't go. You'll never shine if you don't glow.

    Chess Players
    This month Skyline will hold our second annual 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 23th. 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!

    Seniors

    If you are or will be 18 soon please note the new voter's guide on how to get registered called “Rock the Vote”.

    Go to  https://www.a2schools.org/Page/69 to get more information.

    News from the Cube

    The University of Toledo is providing bus transportation to and from Skyline, a tour and an information session for Skyliners, grade 10-12, interested in learning more about the University of Toledo. This field trip will be on Friday, April 20th. Students must have a 2.5 minimum GPA to attend. Seniors who have already been accepted to UT are also welcome to attend. See Mrs Haller in the Cube for details and permission slips.  

    Senior One Acts
    Senior one act auditions are Tuesday, April 17th after school in the black box theatre. The one act is a student directed show directed this year by Makayla Franklin.  The show will be “Elephants Graveyard”, a show featuring circus and townie folks alike. Check the Skyline Theatre facebook page for more details.

    Sky Students and Families

    Are you interested in spreading knowledge about your culture and heritage? Do you have interesting customs, delicious food, unique dances or fun games to share with others? SAS and BSU will be hosting a Multi-Cultural Event the evening of Friday, April 27th. Please go to the STUDENT SPACE tab on Skyline's website to sign up for this event! If you have questions you can contact Grace Zheng or Marina Dauer from SAS and KeShon Williams, Mereyah ( pronounced Maria) Wiseman or Jordan Harmon from BSU.

    Film Club

    The Film Club is now accepting submissions to Skyline’s Fifth Annual Film Festival, which will take place on Friday, May 18th. Prizes for best films include $500 for first place, $300 for second, and $100 for third. In addition, the best Freshmen film will win 4 free tickets to Quality 16 with concessions. You can submit your 3-5 minute short film at Skylinefilmfest.com. The submission deadline is Monday, April 23rd. Good luck!

    Also from the Film Club: Come down to the student entrance after school on Monday to grab a slice of pizza for only 2 dollars per slice, or better yet, 3 dollars for 2, to help raise money for Film Club.

    Sky Senior Prom Updates

    Seniors prom guest forms are due on Monday, April 30th. If your bringing a Sky 9th,10th or 11th grader or a guest who doesn't attend high school - your completed forms with all of the correct information and parent/guardian signature can be submitted to Ms Wade in the 4th floor Academic Innovation Office. All other guest forms must be scanned or faxed over from your guest's high school. When approved your student number will appear in the window of the 4th floor Academic Innovation Office. Prom dance tickets will be on-sale Monday April 23rd thru April 27th during both lunches in the commons for $60. The following week they will be sold after school in the main office Monday, April 30th thru Thursday, May 3rd for $70. There will be no ticket sales the day before prom on Friday or at the door of prom on Saturday, May 5th. At school we can only accept cash or checks made out to Skyline High School. If you prefer to pay by credit or debit card, please visit the STUDENT SPACE Tab for the credit card link. All Skyline students and guest must have a ticket and photo ID to enter prom. Prom is from 8pm to Midnight and doors close at 10pm. If you rent your tux from Mens Warehouse (next to Target) or President Tuxedo in the mall, make sure to mention attending Skyline prom and our SAS will receive a $5 rebate. If you like to save money or are in need of saving a few bucks, both tux shops offer a prom rep program that helps you earn a free tux. 

    Breakdance & Hip Hop Club

    Interested in learning how to breakdance or like hip hop music? Come to Breakdance & Hip Hop Club for lessons and fun group dance offs in the Writing Center every thursday from 3-4pm.

    Bob Ufer Scholarship opportunity

    Skyline Senior Athletes, do you meet the following criteria?

    1. Attending the University of Michigan in Fall

    2. Excelled in some academic regard  3. Participated in athletics at Skyline

    Students must fill out application on the Skyline Athletics website and return by April 30th. The deadline is firm. The amount of the scholarship is $5000. This is not an athletic scholarship and applicants do not have to play varsity athletics at Michigan. Full scholarship athletes are ineligible for this award. Further questions can be directed to the Athletic Office.

    Skyline Eagles

    Do you love your Skyline athletes? Do you want some free stuff? Well do we have a deal for you. Brought to you by the Athletic programs and the Student Athletic Council, we’d like to present the SkyRewards Card! Get one punch for every athletic event you attend! 5 punches for a free item at concessions… We love that! And 10 punches gets you a Skyline Athletics sweatshirt! Pick up your SkyRewards Card when you attend your first athletics game. One punch per game attended, 5 for a free concessions item, and 10 for a sweatshirt! Starting this spring. See you there!

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  • Announcements for Wednesday, April 11

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 4/11/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Skyline Theatre

    Somebody once told me that SHREK: THE MUSICAL is opening this weekend right here at Skyline High School!  Performances are on Saturday night at 7:30 and Sunday at 2:30 and next Saturday and Sunday at both 2:30 and 7:30 on both days!  Tickets are available online at showtix4u.com or at the door. Relive the animated classic with your fellow students bringing Shrek, donkey, Fiona and all the rest to life.  You'll never know if you don't go. You'll never shine if you don't glow.

     

    All Chess Players
    This month Skyline will hold our second annual 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 23th. 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!

     

    Women’s Track

    Congratulations to the Skyline Women's Track & Field team on their season opening win against Saline. The team had very competitive and balanced efforts in the sprints, hurldes, jumps, throws and distance events to beat a very talented Saline team. The team will travel to Whitmore Lake this Friday for the Trojan Relays Invitational.

     

    Seniors

    If you are or will be 18 soon please note the new voter's guide on how to get registered called “Rock the Vote”.

    Go to  https://www.a2schools.org/Page/69 to get more information.

     

    News from the Cube

    The University of Toledo is providing bus transportation to and from Skyline, a tour and an information session for Skyliners, grade 10-12, interested in learning more about the University of Toledo. This field trip will be on Friday, April 20th. Students must have a 2.5 minimum GPA to attend. Seniors who have already been accepted to UT are also welcome to attend. See Mrs Haller in the Cube for details and permission slips.  

     

    Senior One Acts
    Senior one act auditions are Tuesday, April 17th after school in the black box theatre. The one act is a student directed show directed this year by Makayla Franklin.  The show will be “Elephants Graveyard”, a show featuring circus and townie folks alike. Check the Skyline Theatre facebook page for more details.

     

    Sky Students and Families

    Are you interested in spreading knowledge about your culture and heritage? Do you have interesting customs, delicious food, unique dances or fun games to share with others? SAS and BSU will be hosting a Multi-Cultural Event the evening of Friday, April 27th. Please go to the STUDENT SPACE tab on Skyline's website to sign up for this event! If you have questions you can contact Grace Zheng or Marina Dauer from SAS and KeShon Williams, Mereyah ( pronounced Maria) Wiseman or Jordan Harmon from BSU.

     

    Film Club

    The Film Club is now accepting submissions to Skyline’s Fifth Annual Film Festival, which will take place on Friday, May 18th. Prizes for best films include $500 for first place, $300 for second, and $100 for third. In addition, the best Freshmen film will win 4 free tickets to Quality 16 with concessions. You can submit your 3-5 minute short film at Skylinefilmfest.com. The submission deadline is Monday, April 23rd. Good luck!

    Also from the Film Club: Come down to the student entrance after school on Monday to grab a slice of pizza for only 2 dollars per slice, or better yet, 3 dollars for 2, to help raise money for Film Club.

     

    Sky Senior Prom Updates

    Seniors prom guest forms are due on Monday, April 30th. If your bringing a Sky 9th,10th or 11th grader or a guest who doesn't attend high school - your completed forms with all of the correct information and parent/guardian signature can be submitted to Ms Wade in the 4th floor Academic Innovation Office. All other guest forms must be scanned or faxed over from your guest's high school. When approved your student number will appear in the window of the 4th floor Academic Innovation Office. Prom dance tickets will be on-sale Monday April 23rd thru April 27th during both lunches in the commons for $60. The following week they will be sold after school in the main office Monday, April 30th thru Thursday, May 3rd for $70. There will be no ticket sales the day before prom on Friday or at the door of prom on Saturday, May 5th. At school we can only accept cash or checks made out to Skyline High School. If you prefer to pay by credit or debit card, please visit the STUDENT SPACE Tab for the credit card link. All Skyline students and guest must have a ticket and photo ID to enter prom. Prom is from 8pm to Midnight and doors close at 10pm. If you rent your tux from Mens Warehouse (next to Target) or President Tuxedo in the mall, make sure to mention attending Skyline prom and our SAS will receive a $5 rebate. If you like to save money or are in need of saving a few bucks, both tux shops offer a prom rep program that helps you earn a free tux.  

     

    Breakdance & Hip Hop Club

    Interested in learning how to breakdance or like hip hop music? Come to Breakdance & Hip Hop Club for lessons and fun group dance offs in the Writing Center every thursday from 3-4pm.

     

    Bob Ufer Scholarship opportunity

    Skyline Senior Athletes, do you meet the following criteria? 1. Attending the University of Michigan in Fall

    2. Excelled in some academic regard  3. Participated in athletics at Skyline

    Students must fill out application on the Skyline Athletics website and return by April 30th. The deadline is firm. The amount of the scholarship is $5000. This is not an athletic scholarship and applicants do not have to play varsity athletics at Michigan. Full scholarship athletes are ineligible for this award. Further questions can be directed to the Athletic Office.

     

    Skyline Eagles

    Do you love your Skyline athletes? Do you want some free stuff? Well do we have a deal for you. Brought to you by the Athletic programs and the Student Athletic Council, we’d like to present the SkyRewards Card! Get one punch for every athletic event you attend! 5 punches for a free item at concessions… We love that! And 10 punches gets you a Skyline Athletics sweatshirt! Pick up your SkyRewards Card when you attend your first athletics game. One punch per game attended, 5 for a free concessions item, and 10 for a sweatshirt! Starting this spring. See you there!

     

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  • Announcements for Monday, April 9

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 4/9/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Seniors

    If you are or will be 18 soon please note the new voter's guide on how to get registered called “Rock the Vote”.

    Go to  https://www.a2schools.org/Page/69 to get more information.

     

    Senior One Acts
    Senior one act auditions are Tuesday, April 17th after school in the black box theatre. The one act is a student directed show directed this year by Makayla Franklin.  The show will be “Elephants Graveyard”, a show featuring circus and townie folks alike. Check the Skyline Theatre facebook page for more details.

     

    Pledge Club

    Today, during LATE LUNCH ONLY, the Pledge Club will be working with EMU PREVENTION THEATER and serving free pizza for students in room A212. Do you want to learn more about addiction? You are not alone. Please come talk to other students from Skyline and EMU. This is a relaxed lunch discussion. Not a lecture! Come hang out, have free pizza, and check it out! A212 in the main office today during LATE LUNCH ONLY. If you have early lunch please see your counselor for a pass.

     

    Sky Students and Families

    Are you interested in spreading knowledge about your culture and heritage? Do you have interesting customs, delicious food, unique dances or fun games to share with others? SAS and BSU will be hosting a Multi-Cultural Event the evening of Friday, April 27th. Please go to the STUDENT SPACE tab on Skyline's website to sign up for this event! If you have questions you can contact Grace Zheng or Marina Dauer from SAS and KeShon Williams, Mereyah ( pronounced Maria) Wiseman or Jordan Harmon from BSU.

     

    Film Club

    The Film Club is now accepting submissions to Skyline’s Fifth Annual Film Festival, which will take place on Friday, May 18th. Prizes for best films include $500 for first place, $300 for second, and $100 for third. In addition, the best Freshmen film will win 4 free tickets to Quality 16 with concessions. You can submit your 3-5 minute short film at Skylinefilmfest.com. The submission deadline is Monday, April 23rd. Good luck!

    Also from the Film Club: Come down to the student entrance after school on Monday to grab a slice of pizza for only 2 dollars per slice, or better yet, 3 dollars for 2, to help raise money for Film Club.

     

    Sky Senior Prom Updates

    Seniors prom guest forms are due on Monday, April 30th. If your bringing a Sky 9th,10th or 11th grader or a guest who doesn't attend high school - your completed forms with all of the correct information and parent/guardian signature can be submitted to Ms Wade in the 4th floor Academic Innovation Office. All other guest forms must be scanned or faxed over from your guest's high school. When approved your student number will appear in the window of the 4th floor Academic Innovation Office. Prom dance tickets will be on-sale Monday April 23rd thru April 27th during both lunches in the commons for $60. The following week they will be sold after school in the main office Monday, April 30th thru Thursday, May 3rd for $70. There will be no ticket sales the day before prom on Friday or at the door of prom on Saturday, May 5th. At school we can only accept cash or checks made out to Skyline High School. If you prefer to pay by credit or debit card, please visit the STUDENT SPACE Tab for the credit card link. All Skyline students and guest must have a ticket and photo ID to enter prom. Prom is from 8pm to Midnight and doors close at 10pm. If you rent your tux from Mens Warehouse (next to Target) or President Tuxedo in the mall, make sure to mention attending Skyline prom and our SAS will receive a $5 rebate. If you like to save money or are in need of saving a few bucks, both tux shops offer a prom rep program that helps you earn a free tux.  

     

    Bob Ufer Scholarship opportunity

    Skyline Senior Athletes, do you meet the following criteria? 1. Attending the University of Michigan in Fall

    2. Excelled in some academic regard  3. Participated in athletics at Skyline

    Students must fill out application on the Skyline Athletics website and return by April 30th. The deadline is firm. The amount of the scholarship is $5000. This is not an athletic scholarship and applicants do not have to play varsity athletics at Michigan. Full scholarship athletes are ineligible for this award. Further questions can be directed to the Athletic Office.

     

    Skyline Eagles

    Do you love your Skyline athletes? Do you want some free stuff? Well do we have a deal for you. Brought to you by the Athletic programs and the Student Athletic Council, we’d like to present the SkyRewards Card! Get one punch for every athletic event you attend! 5 punches for a free item at concessions… We love that! And 10 punches gets you a Skyline Athletics sweatshirt! Pick up your SkyRewards Card when you attend your first athletics game. One punch per game attended, 5 for a free concessions item, and 10 for a sweatshirt! Starting this spring. See you there!

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  • Announcements for Tuesday, April 3

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 4/3/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Rising Scholars
    The Rising Scholars will meet this Thursday in the Cube during early and late lunches. Please be sure to stop by.
     
    Health Occupation Students of America
    The Skyline HOSA chapter competed in the State Conference in Grand Rapids right before spring break. Congratulations to Deniz Kirca, Adhavan Arivalagan, Joseph Lu, and Jackson Zhou for qualifying for the International Leadership Conference in Dallas. Good Luck! 
     
    Math Tutoring
    Want to get off to a good start this trimester in your math class? Help is available every day during both lunches in A310. We would love to help you excel~give us a try!

     Seniors

    Seniors, this is a reminder that your baby photos are due by this Friday, April 6 for the senior slideshow. Please email your photos to skylineyearbook18@gmail.com with your first and last name as the subject. If you want a current photo that is different than your yearbook photo, please attach this as well. See Mrs. Ray in A306 with any questions.

    Also Seniors if you ordered senior announcements and memorabilia, Balfour will be here during both lunches April 12th to deliver them.
     
    Film Club
    The Film Club is now accepting submissions to Skyline’s Fifth Annual Film Festival, which will take place on Friday, May 18th. Prizes for best films include $500 for first place, $300 for second, and $100 for third. You can submit your 3-5 minute short film at Skylinefilmfest.com. The submission deadline is Monday, April 23rd.
     
    Book Drive
    Student Action Senate Activism Committee will be sponsoring a book drive.  If you have NEW or LIKE NEW Pre-K through middle school age books, please considering donating them to our book drive.  We will also accept NEW coloring books and NEW boxes of crayons.  These items will be donated to students in our feeder elementary and middle schools to promote summer reading.  
     
     All Students
    Reminder that students must use the student entrance if arriving to school prior to 8:00am.  After 8:00am enter through the main visitor entrance but continue parking in the student lot.  Also please remember that for everyone’s safety and security don’t open doors for anyone, even if you know them.  Thank you.
     
    Faith Club
    Do you want to learn more about the Christian faith, become more familiar with scripture, and serve the community? Then come to the faith club today in C407. There will be food, community, and fun.
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  • Announcements for Monday, April 2

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 4/2/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Math Tutoring

    Want to get off to a good start this trimester in your math class? Help is available everyday during both lunches in A310. We would love to help you excel~give us a try!

     

    Seniors

    Seniors, this is a reminder that your baby photos are due by this Friday, April 6 for the senior slideshow. Please email your photos to skylineyearbook18@gmail.com with your first and last name as the subject. If you want a current photo that is different than your yearbook photo, please attach this as well. See Mrs. Ray in A306 with any questions.

     

    Also Seniors if you ordered senior announcements and memorabilia, Balfour will be here during both lunches April 12th to deliver them.

     

    Film Club

    The Film Club is now accepting submissions to Skyline’s Fifth Annual Film Festival, which will take place on Friday, May 18th. Prizes for best films include $500 for first place, $300 for second, and $100 for third. You can submit your 3-5 minute short film at Skylinefilmfest.com. The submission deadline is Monday, April 23rd.

     

    Book Drive

    Student Action Senate Activism Committee will be sponsoring a book drive.  If you have NEW or LIKE NEW Pre-K through middle school age books, please considering donating them to our book drive.  We will also accept NEW coloring books and NEW boxes of crayons. These items will be donated to students in our feeder elementary and middle schools to promote summer reading.  

     

    All Students

    Reminder that students must use the student entrance if arriving to school prior to 8:00am.  After 8:00am enter through the main visitor entrance but continue parking in the student lot.  Also please remember that for everyone’s safety and security don’t open doors for anyone, even if you know them.  Thank you.

     

    Faith Club

    Do you want to learn more about the Christian faith, become more familiar with scripture, and serve the community? Then come to the faith club today in C407. There will be food, community, and fun.

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  • Announcements for Friday, March 23

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 3/23/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Math Tutoring

    Want to get off to a good start this trimester in your math class? Help is available everyday during both lunches in A310. We would love to help you excel~give us a try!

     

    Students

    Any student who had Personal Fitness in trimester 1 or 2 if you haven't returned your Personal Fitness book to the book depository please do so immediately. Students who are in Personal Fitness for Trimester 3 need those books, so please get them back to the book depository ASAP.  

     

    Film Club

    The Film Club is now accepting submissions to Skyline’s Fifth Annual Film Festival, which will take place on Friday, May 18th. Prizes for best films include $500 for first place, $300 for second, and $100 for third. You can submit your 3-5 minute short film at Skylinefilmfest.com. The submission deadline is Monday, April 23rd, so use your Spring Break to start filming! Good luck!

     

    Book Drive

    Student Action Senate Activism Committee will be sponsoring a book drive after spring break.  If you have NEW or LIKE NEW Pre-K through middle school age books, please considering donating them to our book drive.  We will also accept NEW coloring books and NEW boxes of crayons. These items will be donated to students in our feeder elementary and middle schools to promote summer reading.  More info will be released after spring break about where to turn in your donations.

     

    Students

    Reminder that students must use the student entrance if arriving to school prior to 8:00am.  After 8:00am enter through the main visitor entrance but continue parking in the student lot.  Also please remember that for everyone’s safety and security don’t open doors for anyone, even if you know them.

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  • Announcements for Wednesday, March 21

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 3/21/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Juniors

    Mark your calendar for the Ann Arbor College Fair tomorrow from 6-7:30 pm at Pioneer High School. Connect with over 100 colleges, and pick up free college planning materials. Break out sessions about financial planning, pre-med and pre-law programs will also be held during the fair. Go to AnnArborCollegeFair.weebly.com or see Mrs Haller for more details. She strongly encourages you to attend.

     

    News from the Cube

    Tomorrow in the Cube:

    @ 9:30am IUPUI, formally Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

    @ 12:30 pm, Western Michigan University

    @ 2:00 pm, and Grand Valley State University.   Don't forget to pick up a pass from the Cube if you plan to attend.

     

    Math Tutoring

    Want to get off to a good start this trimester in your math class? Help is available everyday during both lunches in A310. We would love to help you excel~give us a try!

     

    Students

    Any student who had Personal Fitness in trimester 1 or 2 if you haven't returned your Personal Fitness book to the book depository please do so immediately. Students who are in Personal Fitness for Trimester 3 need those books, so please get them back to the book depository ASAP.  

     

    Skyline Poetry Club

    Skyline Poetry Club will meet today after school in Room C304. Join us to celebrate different voices of Poetry.

     

    Breakdance & Hip Hop Club

    Come to Breakdance & Hip Hop Club for lessons and fun group dance offs in Room B429 every Thursday from 3-4pm.

     

    Film Club

    The Film Club is now accepting submissions to Skyline’s Fifth Annual Film Festival, which will take place on Friday, May 18th. Prizes for best films include $500 for first place, $300 for second, and $100 for third. You can submit your 3-5 minute short film at Skylinefilmfest.com. The submission deadline is Monday, April 23rd, so use your Spring Break to start filming! Good luck!

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  • Announcements for Tuesday, March 20

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 3/20/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Congratulations

    Skyline DTEP, EDD Seniors win Grand Prize & High School 1st Place at the Henry Ford in the Michigan Invention Convention! The Michigan Invention Convention provides a live, interactive opportunity for youth inventors and entrepreneurs, 3rd-12th grade, to display their critical thinking and entrepreneurial skills by inventing and pitching a product with the chance of moving on to the National Invention Convention Entrepreneurial Expo in June 2018. Akhil Arora & Sara Whybark won the overall grand prize for their amazing work to help people who are deaf or hard of hearing communicate with police during emergencies. Tej Bergin & Chase Colligan were the winning team in the high school division. with the water purification system. Both of these DTEP EDD teams will advance to the National Invention Convention Entrepreneurial Expo and represent the state of Michigan in the High school division.

     

    Juniors

    Mark your calendar for the Ann Arbor College Fair this Thursday, March 22 from 6-7:30 pm at Pioneer High School. Connect with over 100 colleges, and pick up free college planning materials. Break out sessions about financial planning, pre-med and pre-law programs will also be held during the fair. Go to AnnArborCollegeFair.weebly.com or see Mrs Haller for more details. She strongly encourages you to attend.

     

    News from the Cube

    This Thursday in the Cube:

    @ 9:30am IUPUI, formally Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

    @ 12:30 pm, Western Michigan University

    @ 2:00 pm, and Grand Valley State University.   Don't forget to pick up a pass from the Cube if you plan to attend.

     

    Math Tutoring

    Want to get off to a good start this trimester in your math class? Help is available everyday during both lunches in A310. We would love to help you excel~give us a try!

     

    All students

    Any student who had Personal Fitness in trimester 1 or 2 if you haven't returned your Personal Fitness book to the book depository please do so immediately. Students who are in Personal Fitness for Trimester 3 need those books, so please get them back to the book depository ASAP.  

     

    SAVE Club

    Students Against Violence or SAVE Club is meeting after school from 3-4 in C412.

     

    Skyline Poetry Club

    Skyline Poetry Club will meet tomorrow after school in Room C304. Join us to celebrate different voices of Poetry.

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