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  • Announcements for Monday March 9

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 3/9/2020

    Good Morning Skyline!

     

    Attention ALL students:

    Tri 3 schedules will be passed out during your 3rd hour class this Thursday March 12th.  Extra copies will not be printed. Please review them. If you have an issue, see your Counselor during YOUR lunch. Schedule Changes are only allowed if  you have a hole in your schedule or have a class that you have already taken and passed or you require a level change in a course. Deadline to complete class changes for Tri 3 is Wednesday March 18th at 3 pm.

     

    Bring back your books

    Attention students! Please return your textbooks and novels from tri 2 to the Book Depository this week. There is a book drop installed in the door for your convenience if the Depository is not open. Book distribution for tri 3 will begin the week of March 16th. Thank you! 

     

    DECA

    Congratulations to the following students to qualifying to represent Michigan DECA at the International Career Development Conference in Nashville Tennessee this April: Nishant Domala, Chloe Harper, Deniz Kirca, Henry Lukela, Evan Maley, Rohan Sharma, Vinamra Swaroop, Stacey Warner, Michael Zhou. And a BIG Congratulations to Anusheh Chaudry for being elected as Vice President of Michigan DECA. 

     

    Weightlifting

    Gage Robinson competed in The MHSPLA Varsity State meet finishing with a 465lb squat, and 225lb bench and a 505lb deadlift securing a 7th place finish with a 1,195lb total. The future is bright for him.  Congratulations Gage!

     

    Seniors

    Any seniors looking to attend Washtenaw Community College next year? There is a scholarship available through the Ann Arbor Community Foundation: Morse B. Barker Memorial Scholarship Fund: $2,000 award Number of Available Awards: 40+ Scholarship Deadline: March 10 @3 PM Go to aaacf.org/scholarships to learn more. 

     

    PROM Dress Sale

    The 8th Annual PROM Dress Sale is a great place to buy some great dresses at a great price. This event is Sunday, March 22, 2020 from 11am-4pm at the Doubletree by Hilton formerly the Holiday Inn North Campus. Over 900 beautiful prom gowns will be available for just $10-$35 each. The sale will also offer more than 350 lovely special occasion dresses that would be perfect for graduation or Homecoming.

     

    Annual Rotary Food Drive

    Annual Rotary Food Drive to support Food Gatherers We are all thankful that our children who have food insecurity at home have access to meals while they are in school. However, access to food during the summer months can be challenging for many of our families. The food drive will be March 9-20, this year.

     

    Softball

    Tryouts for Softball begin today from 3-5:00. Softball tryouts are here!! Come to the Weight room hallway at 3:00 today. See coach Stange in the hallway for the full week schedule. Posters will be up around the school with the full schedule as well.

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

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  • Announcements for Friday March 6

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 3/6/2020

    Good Morning Skyline! 

     

    Congratulations

    Vivian Matusko headed down to Columbus yesterday to compete in the American Open at the Arnold Sports Festival. Vivian placed 8th out of 42 competitors with a 55kg snatch and a 68kg clean and jerk for a total of 123kg. Both her 55kg snatch and total of 123kg are meet personal records. Vivian has earned a well deserved break and congratulations for her performance. Way to go Viv! 

     

    Seniors

    Any seniors looking to attend Washtenaw Community College next year? There is a scholarship available through the Ann Arbor Community Foundation: Morse B. Barker Memorial Scholarship Fund: $2,000 award Number of Available Awards: 40+ Scholarship Deadline: March 10 @3 PM Go to aaacf.org/scholarships to learn more. 

     

    Rising Scholars

    The monthly Rising Scholar meeting will be held today in room C404. The meeting is during early and late lunches. Please be sure to attend. See Ms. Whitehorn if you have any questions.

     

    PROM Dress Sale

    The 8th Annual PROM Dress Sale is a great place to buy some great dresses at a great price. This event is Sunday, March 22, 2020 from 11am-4pm at the Doubletree by Hilton formerly the Holiday Inn North Campus. Over 900 beautiful prom gowns will be available for just $10-$35 each. The sale will also offer more than 350 lovely special occasion dresses that would be perfect for graduation or Homecoming.

     

    Annual Rotary Food Drive

    Annual Rotary Food Drive to support Food Gatherers We are all thankful that our children who have food insecurity at home have access to meals while they are in school. However, access to food during the summer months can be challenging for many of our families. The food drive will be March 9-20, this year.

     

    Attention Spring Sport Athletes 

    Please make sure you login to your registration account on planeths.com. Check that you are fully registered before the season begins on March 9th. If you have not begun the registration process yet, you can find the information on the Skyline Athletic website at www.aaskylineathletics.com. You must be fully registered and approved before you can participate. Check your account to make sure you have checked the sport you are interested in so the coach can see you on their list of athletes. Thank you.

     

    Softball

    Tryouts for Softball begin next Mon March 9 from 3-5:00. Softball tryouts are here!! Come to the Weight room hallway at 3:00 on Monday. See coach Stange in the hallway for the full week schedule. Posters will be up around the school with the full schedule as well.

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday March 5

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 3/5/2020

    Good Morning Skyline!

    Seniors

    Any seniors looking to attend Washtenaw Community College next year? There is a scholarship available through the Ann Arbor Community Foundation: Morse B. Barker Memorial Scholarship Fund: $2,000 award Number of Available Awards: 40+ Scholarship Deadline: March 10 @3 PM Go to aaacf.org/scholarships to learn more. 

     

    College Night

    The Skyline Cube & Counseling Team are hosting COLLEGE NIGHT, intended for juniors and their parents tonight from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Don't miss this great opportunity to prepare for the college application and admissions process. Our University of Michigan and Michigan State Admissions liaisons will each host a session specifically for our Skyline students and parents. In addition, Kalamazoo College, Eastern Michigan University, University of Toledo, and Washtenaw Community College will also be here to address a variety of topics. Expert advice and handouts will be available related to international students, NCAA: sports in college, essay writing, SAT/ACT testing prep, ordering transcripts and resume building through Naviance, understanding the Common App, HBCUs, financial planning and scholarships, pre-med tips, support services in college, career resources, military options, and a helpful college preparation timeline. Counselors and Mrs. Haller will also be available to answer questions.  

     

    Rising Scholars

    The monthly Rising Scholar meeting will be held today in room C404. The meeting is during early and late lunches. Please be sure to attend. See Ms. Whitehorn if you have any questions.

     

    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 “Has India’s Prime Minister reshaped the Indian government into a non-democracy?” See you later!

     

    PROM Dress Sale

    The 8th Annual PROM Dress Sale is a great place to buy some great dresses at a great price. This event is Sunday, March 22, 2020 from 11am-4pm at the Doubletree by Hilton formerly the Holiday Inn North Campus. Over 900 beautiful prom gowns will be available for just $10-$35 each. The sale will also offer more than 350 lovely special occasion dresses that would be perfect for graduation or Homecoming.




    Annual Rotary Food Drive

    Annual Rotary Food Drive to support Food Gatherers We are all thankful that our children who have food insecurity at home have access to meals while they are in school. However, access to food during the summer months can be challenging for many of our families. The food drive will be March 9-20, this year.



    Attention Spring Sport Athletes 

    Please make sure you login to your registration account on planeths.com. Check that you are fully registered before the season begins on March 9th. If you have not begun the registration process yet, you can find the information on the Skyline Athletic website at www.aaskylineathletics.com. You must be fully registered and approved before you can participate. Check your account to make sure you have checked the sport you are interested in so the coach can see you on their list of athletes. Thank you.

     

    Softball

    Tryouts for Softball begin next Mon March 9 from 3-5:00. Softball tryouts are here!! Come to the Weight room hallway at 3:00 on Monday. See coach Stange in the hallway for the full week schedule. Posters will be up around the school with the full schedule as well.

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day

     

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  • Announcements for Wednesday March 4

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 3/4/2020

     

    Good Morning Skyline!

    SPEAK

    Did you know that annually, over 300 million- wait. do you hear that? That’s the sound of a speak meeting today during both early and late lunches in Ms. Barton’s room, room C417. It’s informal and we just wanna get to know you and hear your story! If you’re interested fill out the google form at tinyurl.com/wcspeak. Hope to see you there! 

     

    Seniors

    Any seniors looking to attend Washtenaw Community College next year? There is a scholarship available through the Ann Arbor Community Foundation: Morse B. Barker Memorial Scholarship Fund: $2,000 award Number of Available Awards: 40+ Scholarship Deadline: March 10 @3 PM Go to aaacf.org/scholarships to learn more. 

     

    College Night

    The Skyline Cube & Counseling Team are hosting COLLEGE NIGHT, intended for juniors and their parents this THURSDAY, March 5th from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Don't miss this great opportunity to prepare for the college application and admissions process. Our University of Michigan and Michigan State Admissions liaisons will each host a session specifically for our Skyline students and parents. In addition, Kalamazoo College, Eastern Michigan University, University of Toledo, and Washtenaw Community College will also be here to address a variety of topics. Expert advice and handouts will be available related to international students, NCAA: sports in college, essay writing, SAT/ACT testing prep, ordering transcripts and resume building through Naviance, understanding the Common App, HBCUs, financial planning and scholarships, pre-med tips, support services in college, career resources, military options, and a helpful college preparation timeline. Counselors and Mrs. Haller will also be available to answer questions.  

     

    Rising Scholars

    The monthly Rising Scholar meeting will be held this Thursday 3/5/2020 in room C404. The meeting is during early and late lunches. Please be sure to attend. See Ms. Whitehorn if you have any questions.

     

    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 “Has India’s Prime Minister reshaped the Indian government into a non-democracy?” See you Thursday!

     

    PROM Dress Sale

    The 8th Annual PROM Dress Sale is a great place to buy some great dresses at a great price. This event is Sunday, March 22, 2020 from 11am-4pm at the Doubletree by Hilton formerly the Holiday Inn North Campus. Over 900 beautiful prom gowns will be available for just $10-$35 each. The sale will also offer more than 350 lovely special occasion dresses that would be perfect for graduation or Homecoming.




    Annual Rotary Food Drive

    Annual Rotary Food Drive to support Food Gatherers We are all thankful that our children who have food insecurity at home have access to meals while they are in school. However, access to food during the summer months can be challenging for many of our families. The food drive will be March 9-20, this year.

     

    Attention Spring Sport Athletes 

    Please make sure you login to your registration account on planeths.com. Check that you are fully registered before the season begins on March 9th. If you have not begun the registration process yet, you can find the information on the Skyline Athletic website at www.aaskylineathletics.com. You must be fully registered and approved before you can participate. Check your account to make sure you have checked the sport you are interested in so the coach can see you on their list of athletes. Thank you.

     

    Softball

    Tryouts for Softball begin next Mon March 9 from 3-5:00. Softball tryouts are here!! Come to the Weight room hallway at 3:00 on Monday. See coach Stange in the hallway for the full week schedule. Posters will be up around the school with the full schedule as well.

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Tuesday March 3

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 3/3/2020

    Good Morning Skyline! 



    Congratulations Homebuilders

    Two of Skyline’s homebuilding students competed at the Region  2W Skills USA carpentry competition with Aiden Anderson earning second place and moving on to competing for the state title in April.  Caden Laken would have placed third if he was competing to move on.

    Congratulations Aiden and Caden.

     

    Congratulations Power Lifting Team

    Anthony Shaw JV Power Lifting posted a total of 1,015lbs (up from 985lbs; a 30lb increase), achieving PRs on 2 lift lifts with a 385lb squat and a 420lb deadlift; earning him a 5th place finish at states. Congratulations Anthony Vivian Matusko will be headed down to Columbus this Thursday to compete in the American Open at the Arnold Sports Festival in hopes to improve her national ranking in the 55kg weight class as one of the strongest high school athletes in the nation. Vivian has put in an amazing amount of hard work and dedication to this next competition. Finally Gage Robinson will be competing in The Michigan High School Power Lifting Varsity state meet looking to best his 500lb deadlift, 455lb squat, and 215lb bench press securing a top spot as one of the strongest high school athletes in the state. 

     

    Prime for Life

    Prime for Life is cancelled after school today.

     

    Seniors

    Any seniors looking to attend Washtenaw Community College next year? There is a scholarship available through the Ann Arbor Community Foundation: Morse B. Barker Memorial Scholarship Fund: $2,000 award Number of Available Awards: 40+ Scholarship Deadline: March 10 @3 PM Go to aaacf.org/scholarships to learn more. 

     

    Attention Spring Sport Athletes 

    Please make sure you login to your registration account on planeths.com. Check that you are fully registered before the season begins on March 9th. If you have not begun the registration process yet, you can find the information on the Skyline Athletic website at www.aaskylineathletics.com. You must be fully registered and approved before you can participate. Check your account to make sure you have checked the sport you are interested in so the coach can see you on their list of athletes. Thank you.

     

    Rising Scholars

    The monthly Rising Scholar meeting will be held this Thursday 3/5/2020 in room C404. The meeting is during early and late lunches. Please be sure to attend. See Ms. Whitehorn if you have any questions.

     

    PROM Dress Sale

    The 8th Annual PROM Dress Sale is a great place to buy some great dresses at a great price. This event is Sunday, March 22, 2020 from 11am-4pm at the Doubletree by Hilton formerly the Holiday Inn North Campus. Over 900 beautiful prom gowns will be available for just $10-$35 each. The sale will also offer more than 350 lovely special occasion dresses that would be perfect for graduation or Homecoming.

     

    Annual Rotary Food Drive

    Annual Rotary Food Drive to support Food Gatherers We are all thankful that our children who have food insecurity at home have access to meals while they are in school. However, access to food during the summer months can be challenging for many of our families. The food drive will be March 9-20, this year.

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day

     

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  • Announcements for Friday February 28

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 2/28/2020

    Good Morning Skyline! 


    Trivia Night

    Hey everybody! Do you know a lot about music... or maybe geography... or even sports? If so, Trivia Night is for you! Trivia Night will be after school today at 3:30 in the CMPP room. Tickets are $5. Pizza and pop will be provided. Teams of 1-6 people are allowed. The 1st place winner will win $120 cash. The two teams in second place will win $20 cash and quality 16 concessions cards! If you would like to buy tickets you can email a2skylinefilmclub@gmail.com


    SPEAK

    Writing and BSU is hosting our first annual student storytelling showcase, SPEAK. The theme for this year is “start something”. Tell us your personal narrative and how our theme relates to you. If you are interested fill out the interest form at tinyurl.com/wcspeak by tomorrow. Auditions will be held next week at both lunches and one after school. Don't be afraid to try out we just want to get to know a little about our future contestants. For questions talk to Jahi Hawkins, Mr. Austin or Ms. Barton. Can't wait to hear your story!


    Attention Spring Sport Athletes 

    Please make sure you login to your registration account on planeths.com. Check that you are fully registered before the season begins on March 9th. If you have not begun the registration process yet, you can find the information on the Skyline Athletic website at www.aaskylineathletics.com. You must be fully registered and approved before you can participate. Check your account to make sure you have checked the sport you are interested in so the coach can see you on their list of athletes. Thank you.


    Blue Sky New Works Festival

    Tonight the Skyline auditorium is the spot for the WORLD PREMIER of five all-new plays. These shows, written by Skyline students Matthew McMorrough, Maggie Lareau, Karpu Palaniappan, Ben Bower, and by Mr. Brockie will take you from a classroom in a very familiar-looking public school to the farthest reaches of outer space. Be the first people in the galaxy to see these shows this tonight and Saturday night at 7:30 PM. Student tickets are $10, adults $15 at the door.


    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

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  • Announcements for Monday February 24

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 2/24/2020

    Good Morning Skyline! 

     

    Cos bussing Tuesday

    Durham will be able to offer transportation for Cosmetology students on Tuesday for the early release day, although the pick-up time has been changed.  Buses will pick up students at their home schools at 11:00 on Tuesday and the regular transportation after Cos will be provided.

     

    Trivia Night

    Hey everybody! Do you know a lot about music... or maybe geography... or even sports? If so, Trivia Night is for you! Trivia Night will be after school this Friday (the 28th) at 3:30 in the CMPP room. Tickets are $4 beforehand or $5 the day of. Pizza and pop will be provided. Teams of 1-6 people are allowed. The 1st place winner will win $120 cash. The two teams in second place will win $20 cash and quality 16 concessions cards! If you would like to buy tickets you can email a2skylinefilmclub@gmail.com. Remember Trivia Night is this Friday at 3:30 in the CMPP room where you can win up to $120 cash!

     

    DECA testing

    DECA testing will take place today after school. Last Names A-J will test in B327 (Mr. Shannons Room). Last Names K-Z will test in B427 (Mr. Jobes Room) 

     

    Black History Month

    Our Black history month spotlight today is on Lonnie Johnson.  Lonnie's fame didn't occur in battle or back in the 1800's like our last few dignitaries.  Mr Johnson did something spectacular in the world of toy inventions... in 1990, he introduced the Super Soaker water gun! He developed the super soaker in the after hours of his day job, which was as an engineer for the NASA jet propulsion lab in Pasadena, California. His invention has racked up over a billion dollars in retail sales and made water fights for kids a more glorious event!! Thank you Mr. Lonnie Johnson!! You can see a picture of Lonnie on the library wall.

     

    Hey Skyline! 

    Have you signed up for Community and Careers, sponsored by BSU and the Cube? It's this week on Thurs. Come check out different professionals that can offer good information about their careers- the ups, the downs, and the passion it takes! All participants get free pizza and snacks. Sign up today at bit.ly/SkylineCareers2020. See Ms. Haller or Ms. Barton for questions!

     

    SPEAK

    Writing and BSU is hosting our first annual student storytelling showcase, SPEAK. The theme for this year is “start something”. Tell us your personal narrative and how our theme relates to you. If you are interested fill out the interest form at tinyurl.com/wcspeak by tomorrow. Auditions will be held next week at both lunches and one after school. Don't be afraid to try out we just want to get to know a little about our future contestants. For questions talk to Jahi Hawkins, Mr. Austin or Ms. Barton. Can't wait to hear your story!

     

    Attention Spring Sport Athletes 

    Please make sure you login to your registration account on planeths.com. Check that you are fully registered before the season begins on March 9th. If you have not begun the registration process yet, you can find the information on the Skyline Athletic website at www.aaskylineathletics.com. You must be fully registered and approved before you can participate. Check your account to make sure you have checked the sport you are interested in so the coach can see you on their list of athletes. Thank you.

     

    Blue Sky New Works Festival

    Skyline’s auditorium will be the location of the world premiere of five new plays this weekend as Skyline Theatre presents the first the Blue Sky New Works Festival. Come see “Vibe Check” by Matthew McMorrough, “Seed Sorters” by Maggie Lareau, “Do We Have a Sub” by Karpu Palaniappan, “Triple Date” by Ben Bower, and “Pardon My Spaceship” by Mr. Brockie. Be the first people in the world to see these shows this Friday and Saturday at 7:30 PM. Student tickets are $10, adults $15 at the door.

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day

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  • Announcements for Friday February 21

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 2/21/2020

    Good Morning Skyline!

     

    Band Fundraiser

    If you like LEGO, then plan on coming to this year's Brick Bash, right here at Skyline tomorrow from 11am-6pm and Sunday from 11am-5pm. This event will include amazing creations made out of LEGO, including trains, cities, robots, vehicles and more. There will also be huge tables covered with LEGO and Duplo for you to build your own creations. Come check out the Skyline Drumline performing on Saturday at 2pm. Admission is $5 per person.

     

    Cooking Club

    Cooking Club will be meeting today in room A315! We will be making parmesan garlic pasta! The cost is $1. See you then!

     

    Model UN

    Are you interested in improving your leadership, public speaking, collaboration, research skills and more? Then join skyline's Model UN team where you'll learn how to do these and go to conferences to act as delegates from countries in the UN. Join us today at 2:45in room C406. Feel free to contact us at skylinemun2020@gmail.com

     

    Writing Center

    Remiknder that Teen Spirit submissions are due today to skylinelitmag@gmail.com. Check out the Writing Center on Twitter or Instagram for more information.

     

    Skyline Hockey Fundraiser 

    Come celebrate senior hockey night and the MJRF (Miles Jeffery Roberts Foundation) tomorrow in Chelsea at 3:30PM. T-shirts and tickets will be sold during both lunches today. Proceeds from sales will go towards suicide prevention programs.

     

    Hey Skyline! 

    Have you signed up for Community and Careers, sponsored by BSU and the Cube? It's next week on Thurs. Come check out different professionals that can offer good information about their careers- the ups, the downs, and the passion it takes! All participants get free pizza and snacks. Sign up today at bit.ly/SkylineCareers2020. See Ms. Haller or Ms. Barton for questions!

     

    SPEAK

    Writing and BSU is hosting our first annual student storytelling showcase, SPEAK. The theme for this year is “start something”. Tell us your personal narrative and how our theme relates to you. If you are interested fill out the interest form at tinyurl.com/wcspeak by tomorrow. Auditions will be held next week at both lunches and one after school. Don't be afraid to try out we just want to get to know a little about our future contestants. For questions talk to Jahi Hawkins, Mr. Austin or Ms. Barton. Can't wait to hear your story!

     

    Attention Spring Sport Athletes 

    Please make sure you login to your registration account on planeths.com. Check that you are fully registered before the season begins on March 9th. If you have not begun the registration process yet, you can find the information on the Skyline Athletic website at www.aaskylineathletics.com. You must be fully registered and approved before you can participate. Check your account to make sure you have checked the sport you are interested in so the coach can see you on their list of athletes. Thank you.

     

    Skyline Basketball

    The Skyline Boys and Girls Basketball teams are playing AT Saline today in the final conference games of the season. 4:00 pm Freshmen Boys and JV Girls. 5:30 pm Varsity Girls and JV Boys. 7:00 pm Varsity Boys. Come out have a great time in the student section at Saline!! See you there!!

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday February 20

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 2/20/2020

    Good Morning Skyline!

     

    Band Fundraiser

    If you like LEGO, then plan on coming to this year's Brick Bash, right here at Skyline this coming Saturday the 22nd from 11am-6pm and Sunday the 23rd from 11am-5pm. This event will include amazing creations made out of LEGO, including trains, cities, robots, vehicles and more. There will also be huge tables covered with LEGO and Duplo for you to build your own creations. Come check out the Skyline Drumline performing on Saturday at 2pm. Admission is $5 per person.

     

    Cooking Club

    Cooking Club will be meeting tomorrow in room A315! We will be making parmesan garlic pasta! The cost is $1. See you then!

     

    Model UN

    Are you interested in improving your leadership, public speaking, collaboration, research skills and more? Then join skyline's Model UN team where you'll learn how to do these and go to conferences to act as delegates from countries in the UN. Meetings are every Friday at 2:45in room C406. Feel free to contact us at skylinemun2020@gmail.com

     

    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 “Is the American presidency too powerful?” See you Thursday!

     

    Writing Center

    The Writing Center is currently accepting submissions for Teen Spirit, Skyline’s literary magazine, and we’re currently looking for your short stories, essays, poems, photographs, artwork, music, spoken word readings, and short films. This year’s theme is “Teenage Riot,” as we consider how our generation is speaking out and fighting back for a different future. All submissions to Teen Spirit will also be automatically entered into the Skyline Writing Prize competition where students will have the opportunity to win their share of $400 in cash, including $150 for first place. Submissions are due tomorrow to skylinelitmag@gmail.com. Check out the Writing Center on Twitter or Instagram for more information.

     

    Fundraiser

    Tomorrow, Peer Connections students along with Ms. Hart and Ms. Edwards will be participating in the Polar Plunge at Big House on the 50-yard line. We have a fundraising goal of $500 and we need your help to reach it! Any amount is greatly appreciated—the donations fund Special Olympics competitions. Students will be collecting funds at lunch, so please donate. The bake sale after school today has been cancelled.

     

    Skyline Hockey Fundraiser 

    Come celebrate senior hockey night and the MJRF (Miles Jeffery Roberts Foundation) this Saturday in Chelsea at 3:30PM. T-shirts and tickets will be sold during both lunches Friday. Proceeds from sales will go towards suicide prevention programs.

     

    Hey Skyline! 

    Have you signed up for Community and Careers, sponsored by BSU and the Cube? It's next week on Thurs. Come check out different professionals that can offer good information about their careers- the ups, the downs, and the passion it takes! All participants get free pizza and snacks. Sign up today at bit.ly/SkylineCareers2020. See Ms. Haller or Ms. Barton for questions!

     

    SPEAK

    Writing and BSU is hosting our first annual student storytelling showcase, SPEAK. The theme for this year is “start something”. Tell us your personal narrative and how our theme relates to you. If you are interested fill out the interest form at tinyurl.com/wcspeak by tomorrow. Auditions will be held next week at both lunches and one after school. Don't be afraid to try out we just want to get to know a little about our future contestants. For questions talk to Jahi Hawkins, Mr. Austin or Ms. Barton. Can't wait to hear your story!

     

    Attention Spring Sport Athletes 

    Please make sure you login to your registration account on planeths.com. Check that you are fully registered before the season begins on March 9th. If you have not begun the registration process yet, you can find the information on the Skyline Athletic website at www.aaskylineathletics.com. You must be fully registered and approved before you can participate. Check your account to make sure you have checked the sport you are interested in so the coach can see you on their list of athletes. Thank you.

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Wednesday February 19

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 2/19/2020

    Good Morning Skyline!

    Model UN

    Are you interested in improving your leadership, public speaking, collaboration, research skills and more? Then join skyline's Model UN team where you'll learn how to do these and go to conferences to act as delegates from countries in the UN. Meetings are every Friday at 2:45in room C406. Feel free to contact us at skylinemun2020@gmail.com

     

    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 “Is the American presidency too powerful?” See you Thursday!

     

    Writing Center

    The Writing Center is currently accepting submissions for Teen Spirit, Skyline’s literary magazine, and we’re currently looking for your short stories, essays, poems, photographs, artwork, music, spoken word readings, and short films. This year’s theme is “Teenage Riot,” as we consider how our generation is speaking out and fighting back for a different future. All submissions to Teen Spirit will also be automatically entered into the Skyline Writing Prize competition where students will have the opportunity to win their share of $400 in cash, including $150 for first place. Submissions are due this Friday, February 21st to skylinelitmag@gmail.com. Check out the Writing Center on Twitter or Instagram for more information.

     

    Fundraiser

    On Friday, Peer Connections students along with Ms. Hart and Ms. Edwards will be participating in the Polar Plunge at Big House on the 50-yard line. We have a fundraising goal of $500 and we need your help to reach it! Any amount is greatly appreciated—the donations fund Special Olympics competitions. Students will be collecting funds at lunch, so please donate, also we will have a bake sale Thursday on your way out to the student parking lot. Come buy some yummy treats to support the Special Olympics.

     

    Skyline Hockey Fundraiser 

    Come celebrate senior hockey night and the MJRF (Miles Jeffery Roberts Foundation) on Saturday, Feb. 22nd in Chelsea at 3:30PM. This is the 3rd annual Skyline charity hockey game. T-shirts and tickets will be sold during both lunches today and Friday. Proceeds from sales will go towards suicide prevention programs.

     

    Hey Skyline! 

    Have you signed up for Community and Careers, sponsored by BSU and the Cube? It's next week on Thurs. Come check out different professionals that can offer good information about their careers- the ups, the downs, and the passion it takes! All participants get free pizza and snacks. Sign up today at bit.ly/SkylineCareers2020. See Ms. Haller or Ms. Barton for questions!

     

    SPEAK

    Writing and BSU is hosting our first annual student storytelling showcase, SPEAK. The theme for this year is “start something”. Tell us your personal narrative and how our theme relates to you. If you are interested fill out the interest form at tinyurl.com/wcspeak by tomorrow. Auditions will be held next week at both lunches and one after school. Don't be afraid to try out we just want to get to know a little about our future contestants. For questions talk to Jahi Hawkins, Mr. Austin or Ms. Barton. Can't wait to hear your story!

     

    Attention Spring Sport Athletes 

    Please make sure you login to your registration account on planeths.com. Check that you are fully registered before the season begins on March 9th. If you have not begun the registration process yet, you can find the information on the Skyline Athletic website at www.aaskylineathletics.com. You must be fully registered and approved before you can participate. Check your account to make sure you have checked the sport you are interested in so the coach can see you on their list of athletes. Thank you.

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day

     

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