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  • Announcements for Thursday, November 15

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 11/15/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

     

    ARC

    The after school Academic Resource Center (ARC) is a place students can come to complete their homework and get tutoring support. We have support from adult volunteers, staff members and student tutors.  Students must be at the ARC by 3:00 unless they are working with a teacher, have a 6th period, or attending a school sponsored club or sport. This is not a social club and students must be doing schoolwork or academic work to be allowed to participate.  If students are not doing school work they will be told to leave and exit the building.
    The last day of ARC for this trimester is today.  The ARC is interviewing for student tutors in most subjects. If you are interested in volunteering and making a difference please contact Ms. Lynne at richard6@aaps.k12.mi.us to set up an interview.


    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, all counselors will be available during both lunch periods this week to discuss.  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 19. The schedule change or add/drop deadline for trimester 2 is Wed. November 28th.


    Students

    Please remember to return any books that you will NOT need for Tri 2 to the book depository. It is crucial that materials are returned, so they can be available for other students. Book drop off hours are Monday-Friday 7:30 am - 3:00 pm.


    #Stepout
    If you're interested in fundraising, volunteering, and #Stepping out of your comfort zone. Join us in Mrs. Whitehorns Room C304 today from 3 - 3:30 pm.


    SKYLINE GUARDIANS OF THE GALLERY

    Come join a group of intergalactic students, working together to create supernatural art shows around Ann Arbor. Skyline Guardians of the Gallery is a NEW student-led art curating club. It will be meeting everyday in A219 during both lunches, for the week right after Thanksgiving break to put together this year's first art show in the "Eagle Gallery" - located outside of A219 and A221. All are welcome, please come! There will be snacks!


    Track & Field

    Athletes interested in participating in Track & Field, we will have a very brief informational meeting today after school in the Commons. Please see Coach Alex or Coach Ro with any questions.


    Girls Soccer

    There will be an informational meeting on November 30th at 3:00 pm in the athletic classroom, room A115 for all girls planning on playing soccer in the spring, . The meeting should last about 15 to 20 minutes.

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  • Announcements for Wednesday, November 14

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 11/14/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

     

    Congratulations

    Skyline students who qualified to be invited to the 2018 NAACP Freedom Fund Scholars Dinner held last Sunday had to have maintained a 3.2 or higher GPA during the past school year.  These Scholars are:

    Oluwaseun Ajepe Diamond Drake Mallory Hughes Sarah Okeke
           
    Sasha Akuezue Jonathan Baker Heavyn Dyer-Jones Abimbola Kolawole Gianna Shipp
           
    Alexander Batalonga Christopher Emerson Temidun Kolawole Angela Solomon
           
    Jasmine Brocks-Matthews Tamara Emerson Abigail Liebetreu Felicity Sorenson
           
    Marcus Brown Johnathan Faulkner Jared Liebetreu Ryan Wade
           
    Thailyn Brown Raven Flowers Aaron Lucas Corey Whitehorn
           
    Lauren Carethers Jalina Griffin Robert Malcolm Stephen Wilks
           
    Rachel Carethers Jahi Hawkins Kendall Murray Denver Williams
           
    Jermaine Davis AaLeja Hesterly Jordyn Newing Taiya'e Williams
           
    Helena Digue Chala House Rajada Noblin

    Gabryel Wilson

    ARC

    The after school Academic Resource Center (ARC) is a place students can come to complete their homework and get tutoring support. We have support from adult volunteers, staff members and student tutors.  Students must be at the ARC by 3:00 unless they are working with a teacher, have a 6th period, or attending a school sponsored club or sport. This is not a social club and students must be doing schoolwork or academic work to be allowed to participate.  If students are not doing school work they will be told to leave and exit the building. The last day of ARC for this trimester is tomorrow,  Thursday, November 15th.

    Student Schedule Changes

    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, all counselors will be available during both lunch periods this week to discuss.  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 19. The schedule change or add/drop deadline for trimester 2 is Wed. November 28th.

    Students

    Please remember to return any books that you will NOT need for Tri 2 to the book depository. It is crucial that materials are returned, so they can be available for other students. Book drop off hours are Monday-Friday 7:30 am - 3:00 pm.

     

    #Stepout
    #Stepout wants "To inspire confidence, hope, and encourage others to '#StepOut' of their comfort zones in service to others. Seeking to learn from one another's experiences through diversity, positivity, and inclusion"
    If you're interested in fundraising, volunteering, and #Stepping out of your comfort zone. Join us in Mrs. Whitehorns Room C304 every Thursday from 3 - 3:30 pm. To learn more about the club, visit our website at bit.ly/hashtagstepout (clarify that hashtag is spelled out).

     

    Get Hype!

    Auditions for Get Hype, Skyline Theatre's annual celebration of the stage, are coming up. Students may audition for singing roles, speaking roles, or both.  Those auditioning may prepare their own song or scene for consideration in the production or may audition with one of the songs or scenes that will be available at auditions. See the Official Skyline Theatre Facebook page for more info. Auditions are today and tomorrow from 4 - 6:00 pm in the experimental theatre.

     

    Girls Soccer

    There will be an informational meeting on November 30th at 3:00 pm in the athletic classroom, room A115 for all girls planning on playing soccer in the spring, . The meeting should last about 15 to 20 minutes.

     

    Skyline Food Pantry

    Make sure to help stock the Skyline Food pantry and help Foodgathers by donating canned food to the student entrance before/after school! The food drive will run through tomorrow and donating can win your student exciting prizes!

     

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  • Announcements for Tuesday, November 13

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 11/13/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    ARC

    The after school Academic Resource Center (ARC) is a place students can come to complete their homework and get tutoring support. We have support from adult volunteers, staff members and student tutors.  Students must be at the ARC by 3:00 unless they are working with a teacher, have a 6th period, or attending a school sponsored club or sport. This is not a social club and students must be doing schoolwork or academic work to be allowed to participate.  If students are not doing school work they will be told to leave and exit the building.
    The last day of ARC for this trimester is this Thursday,  November 15th.

    Student Schedule Changes

    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, all counselors will be available during both lunch periods this week to discuss.  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 19. The schedule change or add/drop deadline for trimester 2 is Wednesday, November 28th.


    Students

    Please remember to return any books that you will NOT need for Tri 2 to the book depository. It is crucial that materials are returned, so they can be available for other students. Book drop off hours are Monday-Friday 7:30 am - 3:00 pm.


    #Stepout
    #Stepout wants "To inspire confidence, hope, and encourage others to '#StepOut' of their comfort zones in service to others. Seeking to learn from one another's experiences through diversity, positivity, and inclusion"
    If you're interested in fundraising, volunteering, and #Stepping out of your comfort zone. Join us in Mrs. Whitehorns Room C304 every Thursday from 3 - 3:30 pm. To learn more about the club, visit our website at bit.ly/hashtagstepout (clarify that hashtag is spelled out).


    Get Hype!

    Auditions for Get Hype, Skyline Theatre's annual celebration of the stage, are coming up. Students may audition for singing roles, speaking roles, or both.  Those auditioning may prepare their own song or scene for consideration in the production or may audition with one of the songs or scenes that will be available at auditions. See the Official Skyline Theatre Facebook page for more info. Auditions are November 14 and 15 from 4 - 6:00 pm in the experimental theatre.

     

    Girls Soccer

    There will be an informational meeting on November 30th at 3:00pm in the athletic classroom, room A115 for all girls planning on playing soccer in the spring. The meeting should last about 15 to 20 minutes.


    Skyline

    Make sure to help stock the Skyline Food pantry and help Foodgathers by donating canned food to the student entrance before/after school! The food drive will be open until Nov. 15th and donating can win your student exciting prizes!

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  • Announcements for Thursday, November 8

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 11/8/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Go Volleyball

    The Skyline volleyball team is on the road to the regional finals after defeating South Lyon yesterday in the  regional semi finals. The team needs your support tonight at the regional final game against the Northville Mustangs. The game is here at Skyline and starts at 6:30pm. It costs $6 to get in and there are no student passes.  Show up in your Skyline gear and support our lady Eagles.

     

    Skyline Seniors

    If you have not turned your Cap and Gown order in, Jostens will be here today, during both lunches to collect orders.  It is $35 for a cap, gown, and tassel. You may also go to www.jostens.com/contact or call them at 1-800-JOSTENS to place your order.  

     

    The Drowsy Chaperone returns

    Audiences roared with laughter at Skyline Theatre’s opening weekend performances of The Drowsy Chaperone! You’ve got three more chances to see what’s so funny about this hilarious, unusual musical this weekend:  Friday and Saturday at 7:30 or Sunday at 2:30 in the Skyline Auditorium as Skyline Theatre performs The Drowsy Chaperone.

     

    Closed Campus Reminder

    Just a reminder that the closed campus for lunch rule includes going to sit in your vehicle to eat. Students will not be permitted to go to their cars to retrieve their lunch bag or stay there to eat. If you bring a bag lunch to school, remember to bring it into the building when you arrive, thank you.

    Masquerade Dance

    The Masquerade Dance featuring DJ Handelz scheduled for Sat. Dec. 15th is sponsored by Skyline's Black Student Union. The cost is $20. The first 100 people receive a free mask! Guest forms are available NOW in the Academic Innovation office. Tickets go on sale November 26.

     

    Club #StepOut

    Club #StepOut is having their first meeting today at 2:45 in room C304.  Come join us to discuss how we can #StepOut in and around our community through volunteer opportunities and make some new friends while were at it!

     

    Community Service Club

    Skyline's Community Service Club is holding a Halloween candy drive in partnership with the Heart in a Box organization. If you have any unopened Halloween candy, please bring it to Ms. Mathewson's room, A312 by November 10th. The candy will be packaged and sent to soldiers currently deployed during the holiday season.

     

    Skyline Food Pantry

    Can we fix the food supply of the Skyline food pantry? As Bob the Builder once said, YES we can!! Donate canned food at the student entrance before and after school to be entered into a raffle to win prizes!! The food drive has been extended through next Thurs. Nov. 15th.

     

    Tri-M
    Reminder for Tri-M Music Honor Society Students: there is a meeting tonight at 7:00 pm in the orchestra room.

     

    Interested in Bowling?

    All boys and girls planning to bowl this season there is a meeting today in the Main Office conference room A208  during both the early and late lunch. This is an important information meeting.

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  • Announcements for Wednesday, November 7

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 11/7/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

     

    Skyline Seniors if you have not turned your Cap and Gown order in, Jostens will be here tomorrow, during both lunches, to collect orders. It is $35 for a cap, gown, and tassel. You may also go to www.jostens.com/contact or call them at 1-800-JOSTENS to place your order.

     

    Skyline Volleyball

    The Skyline volleyball team is on the road to the regional finals after defeating South Lyon yesterday in the  regional semi finals. The team needs your support tomorrow at the regional final game against the Northville Mustangs. The game is here at Skyline and starts at 6:30pm. Show up and support our lady Eagles!

     

    The Drowsy Chaperone returns

    Audiences roared with laughter at Skyline Theatre’s opening weekend performances of The Drowsy Chaperone! You’ve got three more chances to see what’s so funny about this hilarious, unusual musical this weekend:  Friday and Saturday at 7:30 or Sunday at 2:30 in the Skyline Auditorium as Skyline Theatre performs The Drowsy Chaperone.

     

    Closed Campus Reminder

    Just a reminder that the closed campus for lunch rule includes going to sit in your vehicle to eat. Students will not be permitted to go to their cars to retrieve their lunch bag or stay there to eat. If you bring a bag lunch to school, remember to bring it into the building when you arrive, thank you.

    Community Service Club

    Skyline's Community Service Club is holding a Halloween candy drive in partnership with the Heart in a Box organization. If you have any unopened Halloween candy, please bring it to Ms. Mathewson's room, A312 by November 10th. The candy will be packaged and sent to soldiers currently deployed during the holiday season.

     

    Skyline

    The canned food drive has started, so make sure to help stock the Skyline Food pantry and help Foodgathers by donating canned food to the student entrance before/after school! The food drive will be open until Nov. 9th and donating can win you exciting prizes!

     

    Tri-M
    Reminder for Tri-M Music Honor Society Students: there is a meeting this Thursday, November 8th at 7:00 pm in the orchestra room.

     

    Interested in Bowling

    All boys and girls planning to bowl this season there is a meeting tomorrow(Nov. 8th) in the Main Office conference room A208  during both the early and late lunch. This is an important information meeting.

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  • Annoucements for Monday, November 5

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 11/5/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Volleyball

    Skyline volleyball came back from last week district champs and are ready to bring it this week for regionals. Come out and support your skyline eagles this week as the take on south Lyon Tuesday at 5 at skyline you’re not going to want to miss it.

    The Drowsy Chaperone returns

    Audiences roared with laughter at Skyline Theatre’s opening weekend performances of The Drowsy Chaperone! You’ve got three more chances to see what’s so funny about this hilarious, unusual musical this weekend:  Friday and Saturday at 7:30 or Sunday at 2:30 in the Skyline Auditorium as Skyline Theatre performs The Drowsy Chaperone.

    Open Space

    Today, during LATE LUNCH ONLY, Open Space, formerly known as Pledge Club, will be working with EMU PREVENTION THEATER 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 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.

    Community Service Club

    Skyline's Community Service Club is holding a Halloween candy drive in partnership with the Heart in a Box organization. If you have any unopened Halloween candy, please bring it to Ms. Mathewson's room, A312 by November 10th. The candy will be packaged and sent to soldiers currently deployed during the holiday season.

    Skyline

    Can we fix the food supply of the Skyline food pantry? As Bob the Builder once said, YES we can!! Donate canned food at the student entrance before and after school to be entered into a raffle to win prizes!! The food drive is open until Nov. 9th. 

     Skyline
    The first school wide event for Tri 2 is near. The Masquerade Dance sponsored by BSU is on Saturday, December 15. Entry to the dance is $20 and features DJ Handelz. The first 100 guests receive a free mask. 

     

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  • Announcements for Friday, November 2

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 11/2/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL


    A2virtual students

    A2virtual will be proctoring Semester 1 midterms in the Skyline Media Center Alcove today until 2:36 pm. Please come during your online hour.

     

    Skyline Theatre

    This weekend, Skyline Theatre is excited to present the classic 1920s musical that never really existed - The Drowsy Chaperone! Why are a pair of gangsters disguised as chefs? Why is a groom blindfolded and wearing rollerskates? And what's making the chaperone so drowsy? Find out this Saturday at 7:30 or Sunday at 2:30 in the Skyline Auditorium as Skyline Theatre performs The Drowsy Chaperone.

     

    Open Space

    Monday, during LATE LUNCH ONLY, Open Space, formerly known as Pledge Club, will be working with EMU PREVENTION THEATER 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 check it out! A212 in the main office Monday during LATE LUNCH ONLY. If you have early lunch please see your counselor for a pass.

     

    Community Service Club

    Skyline's Community Service Club is holding a Halloween candy drive in partnership with the Heart in a Box organization. If you have any unopened Halloween candy, please bring it to Ms. Mathewson's room, A312 by November 10th. The candy will be packaged and sent to soldiers currently deployed during the holiday season.

     

    Skyline

    Can we fix the food supply of the Skyline food pantry? As Bob the Builder once said, YES we can!! Donate canned food at the student entrance before and after school to be entered into a raffle to win prizes!! The food drive is open until Nov. 9th.

     

    Skyline
    The first school wide event for Tri 2 is near. The Masquerade Dance sponsored by BSU is on Saturday, December 15. Entry to the dance is $20 and features DJ Handelz. The first 100 guests receive a free mask.

    More details to come.

     

    Cooking Club

    Reminder that the Cooking Club will not be meeting today.  See you next week!

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  • Announcements for Thursday, November 1

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 11/1/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Skyline Theatre

    This weekend, Skyline Theatre is excited to present the classic 1920s musical that never really existed - The Drowsy Chaperone! Why are a pair of gangsters disguised as chefs? Why is a groom blindfolded and wearing rollerskates? And what's making the chaperone so drowsy? Find out this Saturday at 7:30 or Sunday at 2:30 in the Skyline Auditorium as Skyline Theatre performs The Drowsy Chaperone.

     

    Community Service Club

    Skyline's Community Service Club is holding a Halloween candy drive in partnership with the Heart in a Box organization. If you have any unopened Halloween candy, please bring it to Ms. Mathewson's room, A312 by November 10th. The candy will be packaged and sent to soldiers currently deployed during the holiday season.

     

    Skyline

    The canned food drive has started, so make sure to help stock the Skyline Food pantry and help Foodgathers by donating canned food to the student entrance before/after school! The food drive will be open until Nov. 9th and donating can win you exciting prizes!

     

    Skyline
    The first school wide event for Tri 2 is near. The Masquerade Dance sponsored by BSU is on Saturday, December 15. Entry to the dance is $20 and features DJ Handelz. The first 100 guests receive a free mask.

    More details to come.

     

    Cooking Club

    Cooking Club will not be meeting this week.

     

    Congratulations Skyline Eagles

    Congratulations to the boys Soccer team who beat Warren DeLaSalle last night in the State Semi-Finals in over time.  They now advance to the State Championship game this Saturday at 3:00pm at Novi High School. We want to get as much support to the game as we can.  If you are interested in riding a fan bus please sign up in the commons during both lunches with Mr Wellman. The cost would be $5.00 for the bus and you would also need to purchase your ticket at the gate which is $8.00.  Lets fill the stands at Novi and support our Eagles!!

     

    Congratulations Volleyball

    Congratulations to the Volleyball team for their 3-0 win last night over Pioneer.  The Girls Advance to the District finals that will be played TONIGHT at Saline High School at 7:00pm...the cost is $6.00.  Lets go support our ladies!

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  • Annoucements for Tuesday, October 30

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 10/30/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

     
    New Skyline Support Groups

    Do you have an immediate family member or close friend who is impacted by physical or mental disabilities or challenges? If you'd enjoy a safe and open discussion about the various ways this impacts your life, please come to B425 during both lunches on Wednesday, November 7 for an initial meeting.  Pizza will be provided!


    Boys Group

    Mr. Brown will be starting a boy's group for all of the young men here at Skyline interested in participating. There will be sign-up sheets in the commons during both lunches. The meetings for this group will take place during the regular school day. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brown.


    Skyline Theatre

    This weekend, Skyline Theatre is excited to present the classic 1920s musical that never really existed - The Drowsy Chaperone! Why are a pair of gangsters disguised as chefs? Why is a groom blindfolded and wearing rollerskates? And what's making the chaperone so drowsy? Find out this Saturday at 7:30 or Sunday at 2:30 in the Skyline Auditorium as Skyline Theatre performs The Drowsy Chaperone.


    Softball

    All girls interested in playing softball should come to a short meeting after school tomorrow in the Commons by the servery.  Look for Coach Stange.

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  • Announcements for Monday, October 29

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 10/29/2018

     

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    An Important Message for All

    The Ann Arbor Public Schools is united in the absolute rejection of hate or intolerance of any kind.  All are welcomed, embraced, and safe.

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to our Boy’s Soccer team as they have advanced on to the MHSAA State Semi-Finals that will be played at Troy High School this Wednesday at 7:00pm vs. Warren DeLaSalle High School.  The boys played great as they beat a good Canton team in the Regional Semi-Finals and Dearborn High School to win the Regional Championship!

    Skyline Crew

    Congratulations to the women’s team for winning the point trophy at Leelanau this weekend! Go merps!

    Skyline Boys' & Girls' Cross Country

    Congratulations to our Boys Cross Country team who Qualified for State Finals when they took 2nd place at the Regionals.  The boys will run in Brooklyn at the Michigan International Speedway on Saturday Nov. 3rd.

    Along with the boys, the girls had a strong 6th place finish advancing Laura O’Brien as an individual runner representing Skyline.  Laura finished 6th overall. Congrats Laura. Go Eagles

    College visits this week in the Cube
    Tuesday: Boston College at 8:30 am, Kendall College of Art and Design at 9:30 am, University of Michigan STAMPS 9:00 am to 10:45 am in Rm A 215, University of Miami- Florida at 12:30 pm and Haverford College at 1:15 pm

    Thursday:  Saginaw Valley State University at 8:30 am

     

    Open Space

    Today, during LATE LUNCH ONLY, Open Space, formerly known as Pledge Club, will be working with EMU PREVENTION THEATER 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 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.

     

    New Skyline Support Group
    Do you have an immediate family member or close friend who is impacted by physical or mental disabilities or challenges? If you'd enjoy a safe and open discussion about the various ways this impacts your life, please come to B425 during both lunches on Wednesday, November 7 for an initial meeting.  Pizza will be provided!

     

    Seniors

    Remember that your senior photos are due Friday, November 9 for the yearbook. Please follow the link bit.ly/skyseniorphotos1819 to submit your photo. See Mrs. Ray in A306 with any questions.

     

    Community Service Club

    Skyline's Community Service Club is holding a Halloween candy drive in partnership with the Heart in a Box organization. If you have any unopened Halloween candy, please bring it to Ms. Mathewson's room, A312 by November 10th. The candy will be packaged and sent to soldiers currently deployed during the holiday season.

     

    Skyline

    In spirit of the holiday season, your Student Action Senate (SAS) is starting its annual canned food drive from Thursday, November 1st through November 9th. Want to make a difference by helping your fellow Skyline students? Donate canned food at the student entrance before or after school. Not only will you be helping stock Skyline's food pantry, you will also be entered in a raffle to win exciting prizes.

     

    DECA

    It’s not too late to sign up for DECA! The extended deadline for permission forms and participation fees is today. Turn in your forms to any Skyline DECA Executive Board member. You can sign up for district competitions at bit.ly/skydeca2.

     

    Softball

    All girls interested in playing softball should come to a short meeting after school this Wednesday in the Commons by the servery.  Look for Coach Stange.

     

    Volleyball

    Skyline volleyball teams first district game is tonight against Saline @5 at Saline. Come out to see your Skyline Eagles squash the Hornets!

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