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  • Announcements for Friday November 19

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/19/2021

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to the Varsity Volleyball Team who beat Macomb Dakota last night in 3 sets to advance to the MHSAA State championship game on Saturday at 12:00. The Eagles  will take on Birmingham Marian in the finals. The ladies need your support,  come over to Battle Creek and Cheer Skyline  on to the State Championship! 

     

    Euchre Club

    Attention all Euchre Club members! There will be no meeting after school today. We will be starting up again after the break. 

     

    NHS Applicants

    Attention sophomores, juniors, and seniors, if you're not already in NHS and have a 3.5 GPA or higher, we would love for you to apply to join our team! Applications are now live on our website linked to Skyline's site. Below is a direct link to the application: https://forms.gle/v3QAzpqfwrSbiYtC7

     

    Book Depository 

    Students, as we approach the end of Trimester 1 please return textbooks that you are no longer using. You may keep any materials that are needed for Trimester 2. Materials can be returned to the book depository, room A104. If you have any questions you can reach out to Ms. Smith in the book depository. 

     

    Message from the Animal Rights Club

    Did you know over 45 MILLION turkeys are eaten each year? Thanksgiving is a special time to visit family and carry on traditions. However, there is really no reason for eating turkeys on this holiday. Instead, you and your families can eat a different special meal instead of turkey, and still celebrate Thanksgiving. It will not only save a turkey's life, but will also help send meat corporations the message to stop, as well as not giving them the money they profit on Thanksgiving from the eating of turkeys. Each and every one of you has an option. The turkeys rely on you... choose to help save their lives! It is never too late to do what's right for those who need you most!

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  • Announcements for Thursday November 18

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/18/2021

    Animal Rights Club

    The Animal Rights Club is meeting today, from 3-4, in room C412, Ms. Warner's room. If you are interested in helping to make a difference, feel free to stop by! All you need is an open mind and to care! We'll see you there!

     

    AAY

    Interested in learning more about different Asian cultures? Come join AAY, Asian American Youth, to explore various Asian cultures through games, food, and media. Our second club meeting is today in room A408 from 3-4pm. Join us to learn about and make Dalgona (dahl - gohn - ah), a Korean sweet featured in Netflix's Squid Game. Anyone can come!

     

    NHS Applicants

    Attention sophomores, juniors, and seniors, if you're not already in NHS and have a 3.5 GPA or higher, we would love for you to apply to join our team! Applications are now live on our website linked to Skyline's site. Below is a direct link to the application: https://forms.gle/v3QAzpqfwrSbiYtC7

     

    Latin Student Union

    ¡Hola Chicos! The Latin Student Union is working on various projects and we would love your help! Or... if you would simply like to practice speaking Spanish in a fun and friendly atmosphere, then come on through to room C308 after school each Thursday. ¡Hasta pronto! 

     

    Book Depository 

    Students, as we approach the end of Trimester 1 please return textbooks that you are no longer using. You may keep any materials that are needed for Trimester 2. Materials can be returned to the book depository, room A104. If you have any questions you can reach out to Ms. Smith in the book depository. 

     

    Attention Staff

    At this time please share the slide deck with your students that was shared with you last night. Thank you!

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  • Announcements for Tuesday November 16

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/16/2021

    Ukulele Club

    Every Tuesday is the Ukulele Club! A super chill group of individuals strum along to a variety of ukulele jams. It's always very relaxing and EVERYONE has gotten better at the art of ukulele. We even have a few spare ukes if you don't bring your own! Tuesday 3-4! Island vibes only!

     

    BSU

    Hey BSU! We will not be meeting for the next two weeks due to final exams. Hopefully, this gives you some extra time for your to do list! Please check your email for important info. We will see you on Tuesday, November 30!

     

    Book Depository 

    Students, as we approach the end of Trimester 1 please return textbooks that you are no longer using. You may keep any materials that are needed for Trimester 2. Materials can be returned to the book depository, room A104. If you have any questions you can reach out to Ms. Smith in the book depository. 

     

    Latin Student Union

    ¡Hola Chicos! The Latin Student Union is working on various projects and we would love your help! Or... if you would simply like to practice speaking Spanish in a fun and friendly atmosphere, then come on through to room C308 after school each Thursday. ¡Hasta pronto! 

     

    Message from the Animal Rights Club

    Did you know over 45 MILLION turkeys are eaten each year? Thanksgiving is a special time to visit family and carry on traditions. However, there is really no reason for eating turkeys on this holiday. Instead, you and your families can eat a different special meal instead of turkey, and still celebrate Thanksgiving. It will not only save a turkey's life, but will also help send meat corporations the message to stop, as well as not giving them the money they profit on Thanksgiving from the eating of turkeys. Each and every one of you has an option. The turkeys rely on you... choose to help save their lives! It is never too late to do what's right for those who need you most!

     

    Peer to Peer Announcement

    Mr. Brunzell will be sending students down this week to make an announcement

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  • Announcements for Monday November 15

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/15/2021

    Congratulations

    Skyline's Speech and Debate Team competed online again on Saturday, and Arjun Alva/Jack Dunmire reached quarter finals in a huge field for Novice Public Forum! Catherine Van Lent, Jack Dunmire, and Arjun Alva also earned individual Speaker Awards for the top twenty competitors. Congrats, team!

     

    Science Bowl

    Do you like science and math? Competitions and buzzers? Then come to Science Bowl on Mondays after school in room A412.

     

    Fashion Club

    Hello Fashionistas! The Fashion Club is being held today after school in the library from 3:00 to 3:45. We are so excited to introduce our members to FIDMs Fashion Club Program, which will help us reach many goals for the year that you all have asked us for. In addition we are starting our first ever design session with croquis (pronounced crow-keys) to add on to our mood boards. We look forward to seeing you there!

     

    SAS Updates 

    Sky students and staff thank you so much for helping us to reach our goal to get over the $1000 tally for SAS Gobbles for Goods! The turkey is finally full and looks amazing! The total amount collected was $1077 with the 10th graders winning the grade level competition. $800 to Food Gatherers and $277 will stay in house for the Sky Food Pantry! Names will be drawn from the feathers, leaves, acorns and pumpkins and students will win prizes for donating! Names will be listed in the Skytime lesson link this Wednesday. Once again thank you for the support! 

     

    Animal Rights Club

    The Animal Rights Club will now be meeting on THURSDAYS, instead of Mondays. So if you are interested in joining, do not come today, come Thursday, in room C412, Ms. Warner's room, from 3-4. Anyone is welcome; all you need is an open mind, and to care! We'll see you there!

     

    Latin Student Union

    ¡Hola Chicos! The Latin Student Union is working on various projects and we would love your help! Or... if you would simply like to practice speaking Spanish in a fun and friendly atmosphere, then come on through to room C308 after school each Thursday. ¡Hasta pronto! 

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  • Announcements for Friday November 12

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/12/2021

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to our volleyball team who beat Brighton in 5 sets last night to claim their 3rd Regional title in a row and are advancing to the state quarterfinals next Tuesday. Tuesday’s match is at Dexter at 7:00 pm against Northville High School. Let’s pack the gym to cheer on our Eagles!!

     

    Skyline Theatre

    Tonight and tomorrow night, Skyline Theatre presents “All Together Now” a collection of songs from throughout the history of musical theatre. This show is a celebration of the stage being presented concurrently with over 2,500 theatre companies around the world. Tickets available now at skylinehstheatre.org

     

    The Skyline Post

    Skyline’s own newspaper is excited to announce there is a new issue of the Skyline Post – the first issue of the year available now at https://issuu.com/skylinepost/docs/covid_post

     

    Senior Photos

    Attention seniors! Senior photos for the yearbook are due today. Please be sure to submit your headshot (300 DPI or higher) to www.yearbooknerds.com/skyline-high-school, or scan the QR code posted around the school. 

     

    SAS Updates 

    Today at lunch is the very last day to donate to SAS Gobbles for Goods! At the end of lunch on Thursday we were at $877 with only $123 to get to our goal of $1000! The 9th graders won on Thursday with the most donations. All of this money will be donated to Food Gatherers and Sky Food Pantry! If you're able to donate at lunch today - please do so! On Monday we will let you know our final tally of how much we raised! Also thank you to all of you who donated old test prep books and materials. SAS will gather all of them and then make sure to announce where you can pick up these items to borrow and study for future tests! 

     

    Latin Student Union

    ¡Hola Chicos! The Latin Student Union is working on various projects and we would love your help! Or... if you would simply like to practice speaking Spanish in a fun and friendly atmosphere, then come on through to room C308 after school each Thursday. ¡Hasta pronto! 

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday November 11

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/11/2021

    AAY

    Interested in learning more about different Asian cultures? Come join AAY, Asian American Youth, to explore various Asian cultures through games, food, and media. Our first club meeting is today in room A408 from 3-4pm. Join us to learn about and make Dalgona (dahl - gohn - ah), a Korean sweet featured in Netflix's Squid Game. Anyone can come!

     

    Math mentors

    To all students interested in mentoring in mathematics and earning elective credit. We need math mentors for term 2 and 3 of this school year. You will be mentoring students in Algebra and Geometry courses. Please talk to your math teacher or Mr O in room C310 to pick up an application or ask any questions. 

     

    Tri-M

    Tri-M members: We have a Tri - M Honors Music Society meeting today at 7 pm on zoom! Make sure to join us and our guest speaker, a Dexter Community Orchestra Violinist!

     

    Skyline Theatre

    This Friday and Saturday night, Skyline Theatre presents “All Together Now” a collection of songs from throughout the history of musical theatre. This show is a celebration of the stage being presented concurrently with over 2,500 theatre companies around the world. Tickets available now at skylinehstheatre.org

     

    The Skyline Post

    Skyline’s own newspaper is excited to announce there is a new issue of the Skyline Post – the first issue of the year available now at https://issuu.com/skylinepost/docs/covid_post

     

    NHS

    Attention NHS members- This is just a reminder that we're scheduled to hold our tri1 meeting at 3pm today in the Library Alcove. We're looking forward to planning for a great year! 

     

    Crochet & Knitting Club 

    Do you enjoy crocheting or knitting? Do you want to learn how in a friendly community of fellow crafters? Then we hope you’ll join us today in room C306! We will have supplies available if you don’t have any to bring. Anyone from beginner to professional is welcome!!

     

    Republican Club

    Interested in learning more about what conservatives stand for? Interested in learning more about our Constitution and how it makes America so great? Interested in understanding why we believe in what we believe such as limited Government? Come to the Skyline Republican Club in room C408 and follow us on Instagram @skylinerepublicanclub. We can't wait to meet you!

     

    Senior Photos

    Attention seniors! Senior photos for the yearbook are due this Friday, November 12. Please be sure to submit your headshot (300 DPI or higher) to www.yearbooknerds.com/skyline-high-school, or scan the QR code posted around the school. 

     

    SAS Updates 

    Thank you to all of you who donated to SAS Gobbles for Good Fund Drive so far. We will continue to collect money at lunch each day this week as well. This drive collects money for Food Gatherers and the Sky Food Pantry. We have created our turkey but he needs feathers and decor! For a $1 donation - students will write their name on a feather. To complete the fall backdrop there are also $5 fall leaves, $10 acorns and $20 pumpkins. This is a grade level competition and there are prizes that will be given out at the end via a drawing from the donations. Our current total is $683 - and hope to get to $1000 by the end of the day on Friday!! 

    Also if you still have any sort of testing prep book or materials you like to donate from ACT, SAT or other like tests - those items can still be dropped off in the library through tomorrow. 

     

    Financial Aid Night

    AAPS Financial Aid Night- Tonight from 6- 7pm.  AAPS is pleased to offer a district wide financial aid night thanks to Joilyn Stephenson and Wayne State University. Please join us and help spread the word! Zoom Meeting: https://a2schools.zoom.us/j/91015434423 Meeting ID: 910 1543 4423

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  • Announcements for Tuesday November 9

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/9/2021

    Math mentors

    To all students interested in mentoring in mathematics and earning elective credit. We need math mentors for term 2 and 3 of this school year. You will be mentoring students in Algebra and Geometry courses. Please talk to your math teacher or Mr O in room C310 to pick up an application or ask any questions. 

     

    Tri-M

    Tri-M members: We have a Tri - M Honors Music Society meeting this Thursday at 7 pm on zoom! Make sure to join us and our guest speaker, a Dexter Community Orchestra Violinist!

     

    Skyline Theatre

    This Friday and Saturday night, Skyline Theatre presents “All Together Now” a collection of songs from throughout the history of musical theatre. This show is a celebration of the stage being presented concurrently with over 2,500 theatre companies around the world. Tickets available now at skylinehstheatre.org

     

    The Skyline Post

    Skyline’s own newspaper is excited to announce there is a new issue of the Skyline Post – the first issue of the year available now at https://issuu.com/skylinepost/docs/covid_post

     

    NHS

    Attention NHS members- This is just a reminder that we're scheduled to hold our tri1 meeting at 3pm on Thursday, Nov. 11th in the Library Alcove. We're looking forward to planning for a great year! 

     

    Crochet & Knitting Club 

    Do you enjoy crocheting or knitting? Do you want to learn how in a friendly community of fellow crafters? Then we hope you’ll join us Thursdays starting today in room C306! We will have supplies available if you don’t have any to bring. Anyone from beginner to professional is welcome!!

     

    Indoor Track

    Attention all students interested in training for Indoor Track, there will be a meeting in C317 on this Wednesday. The meeting should only last 10 to 15 minutes. This meeting is to organize training times. Hope to see you all there.

     

    Senior Photos

    Attention seniors! Senior photos for the yearbook are due this Friday, November 12. Please be sure to submit your headshot (300 DPI or higher) to www.yearbooknerds.com/skyline-high-school, or scan the QR code posted around the school. 

     

    Animal Right’s Club

    Do you want to help end animal suffering? Do you feel compassion for the living beings around us? The Animal Rights Club meetings are on Mondays, from 3-4, in room C412, Ms. Warner's room. All you need is an open mind, and to care! We'll see you there!

     

    Club posters

    Skyline Students, please remember that at Skyline we believe in the student voice. When clubs choose to make flyers and post them throughout Skyline to share their club information, they have that right. No one should remove or vandalize these posters or flyers. Students who are caught removing or defacing any posters will be subject to disciplinary action. 

     

    Students and Staff

    Please remember- your safety matters! Do NOT open exterior doors for anyone- even if you recognize them. All guests must check in at the Main office.

     

    SAS Updates 

    SAS Gobbles for Good Fund Drive continues to run through Friday with collections at lunch and Skytime tomorrow. This drive collects money for Food Gatherers and the Sky Food Pantry. The turkey is starting to gather feathers and decor, but he needs lots more! For a $1 donation - students will write their name on a feather. To complete the fall backdrop there are also $5 fall leaves, $10 acorns and $20 pumpkins. This is a grade level competition and there are prizes that will be given out at the end via a drawing. After the first day we have already collected $109, with juniors in the lead for the most collected! Also if you still have any sort of testing prep book or materials you like to donate from ACT, SAT or other like tests - those items can still be dropped off in the library through Friday. 

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  • Announcements for Monday November 8

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/8/2021

    Crochet & Knitting Club 

    Do you enjoy crocheting or knitting? Do you want to learn how in a friendly community of fellow crafters? Then we hope you’ll join us Thursdays starting today in room C306! We will have supplies available if you don’t have any to bring. Anyone from beginner to professional is welcome!!

     

    Indoor Track

    Attention all students interested in training for Indoor Track, there will be a meeting in C317 on this Wednesday. The meeting should only last 10 to 15 minutes. This meeting is to organize training times. Hope to see you all there.

     

    Science Bowl

    Come to Science Bowl today from 3-4pm in room A412 if you like science and math, competitions and buzzers!

     

    Senior Photos

    Attention seniors! Senior photos for the yearbook are due this Friday, November 12. Please be sure to submit your headshot (300 DPI or higher) to www.yearbooknerds.com/skyline-high-school, or scan the QR code posted around the school. 

     

    Animal Right’s Club

    Do you want to help end animal suffering? Do you feel compassion for the living beings around us? The Animal Rights Club meetings are on Monday’s, from 3-4, in room C412, Ms. Warner's room. You don't need any pre-knowledge! All you need is an open mind, and to care! We'll see you there!

     

    Club posters

    Skyline Students, please remember that at Skyline we believe in the student voice. When clubs choose to make flyers and post them throughout Skyline to share their club information, they have that right. No one should remove or vandalize these posters or flyers. Students who are caught removing or defacing any posters will be subject to disciplinary action. 

     

    College and Career Planning Support

    If you are in need of support for your college and career planning, join Girls Group on today during early and late lunch to discuss and get help with all aspects of the college application process. There will be mentors in the CUBE during both lunches to help with career planning, resume development, college essays, FAFSA, and answer any questions you may have. Girls Group is an organization that empowers young women (including trans young women and young people on the gender spectrum) to achieve emotional and economic self-sufficiency by ensuring they graduate from high school and begin their college or career journeys.

     

    Name change for QSA 

    In an effort to make our student led group a more safe and inclusive environment, we decided through a vote that we are no longer using the name “Queer Straight Alliance,” and have changed our name to Skyline’s GSRA which stands for Gender, Sexuality, and Romanticality Alliance! We hope that this amended name better reflects our club’s goals and makes sure everyone feels included in our space. GSRA will continue meeting every Tuesday in room B308 (the CMPP room), we hope to see you there!!

     

    Republican Club

    Due to the multiple republican victories on election day, the Skyline Republican Club invites you all to join us this Monday in Ms.Deans room C408 for a snack and discussion.

     

    Students and Staff

    Please remember- your safety matters! Do NOT open exterior doors for anyone- even if you recognize them. All guests must check in at the Main office.

     

    SAS Updates 

    SAS Gobbles for Good Fund Drive starts today and runs through Friday. This drive collects money for Food Gatherers and the Sky Food Pantry. We have created our turkey but he needs feathers and decor! For a $1 donation - students will write their name on a feather. To complete the fall backdrop there are also $5 fall leaves, $10 acorns and $20 pumpkins. This is a grade level competition and there are prizes that will be given out at the end via a drawing from the donations. SAS will collect at lunches all week and at Skytime. Also if you still have any sort of testing prep book or materials you like to donate from ACT, SAT or other like tests - those items can still be dropped off in the library through Friday. 

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  • Announcements for Friday November 5

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/5/2021

    Euchre Club

    Are you a true Michigander who loves to play euchre or someone who wants to learn how? We have our second get together today. Come to the Euchre Club in room C310 on Fridays. Join us for cards, snacks, and fun, hope to see you there! 

     

    SAS Updates

    SAS Gobbles for Good Fund Drive starts next week! Our donation drive will run Monday, November 8th through Friday November, 12th. SAS will collect money to donate to Food Gatherers and the Sky Food Pantry. We have created our turkey but he now needs feathers and decor to fill in his fall theme! For a $1 donation - students will write their name on a feather and start to fill in our fabulous turkey. To complete the fall backdrop there are also $5 fall leaves, $10 acorns and $20 pumpkins to add to the festive background. This is a grade level competition and there are prizes that will be given out at the end of the drawing from the donated feathers, leaves, acorns and pumpkins. SAS will be around at all lunches next week and Skytime on Wednesday to collect donations. You can check out the turkey’s feather growth progress each day on the wall around the corner of the elevator in the commons! Please help us help others! Also if you still have any sort of testing prep book or materials you like to donate from ACT, SAT or other like tests - those items can still be dropped off in the library all through next week Monday, November 8th through Friday, November 12th. 

     

    Saturday School

    The Rising Scholars is hosting Saturday School this Saturday (Nov. 6) from 10 a.m until Noon. This is a chance for students to get help catching up on work before the two-week deadline nears at the end of the trimester (Nov 12). Teachers from various subject areas will be on hand to help. Please see Ms. Whitehorn in C404 if you have any questions.

     

    College and Career Planning Support

    If you are in need of support for your college and career planning, join Girls Group on November 8th during early and late lunch to discuss and get help with all aspects of the college application process. There will be mentors in the CUBE during both lunches to help with career planning, resume development, college essays, FAFSA, and answer any questions you may have. Girls Group is an organization that empowers young women (including trans young women and young people on the gender spectrum) to achieve emotional and economic self-sufficiency by ensuring they graduate from high school and begin their college or career journeys.

     

    Name change for QSA 

    In an effort to make our student led group a more safe and inclusive environment, we decided through a vote that we are no longer using the name “Queer Straight Alliance,” and have changed our name to Skyline’s GSRA which stands for Gender, Sexuality, and Romanticality Alliance! We hope that this amended name better reflects our club’s goals and makes sure everyone feels included in our space. GSRA will continue meeting every Tuesday in room B308 (the CMPP room), we hope to see you there!!

     

    Attention staff

    There will be a flu clinic, here at Skyline, today from noon to 4 pm, in room A212. Please remember to bring your insurance information, or a photo of it. 

     

    Republican Club

    Due to the multiple republican victories on election day, the Skyline Republican Club invites you all to join us this Monday in Ms.Deans room C408 for a snack and discussion.

     

    Students and Staff

    Please remember- your safety matters! Do NOT open exterior doors for anyone- even if you recognize them. All guests must check in at the Main office.

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  • Announcements for Thursday November 4

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/4/2021
    Crochet & Knitting Club

    Do you enjoy crocheting or knitting? Do you want to learn how in a friendly community of fellow crafters? Then we hope you’ll join us Thursdays starting today in room C306! We will have supplies available if you don’t have any to bring. Anyone from beginner to professional is welcome!!


    SAS Updates

    SAS Gobbles for Good Fund Drive starts next week! Our donation drive will run Monday, November 8th through Friday November, 12th. SAS will collect money to donate to Food Gatherers and the Sky Food Pantry. We have created our turkey but he now needs feathers and decor to fill in his fall theme! For a $1 donation - students will write their name on a feather and start to fill in our fabulous turkey. To complete the fall backdrop there are also $5 fall leaves, $10 acorns and $20 pumpkins to add to the festive background. This is a grade level competition and there are prizes that will be given out at the end of the drawing from the donated feathers, leaves, acorns and pumpkins. SAS will be around at all lunches next week and Skytime on Wednesday to collect donations. You can check out the turkey’s feather growth progress each day on the wall around the corner of the elevator in the commons! Please help us help others! Also if you still have any sort of testing prep book or materials you like to donate from ACT, SAT or other like tests - those items can still be dropped off in the library all through next week Monday, November 8th through Friday, November 12th. 


    Saturday School

    The Rising Scholars is hosting Saturday School this Saturday (Nov. 6) from 10 a.m until Noon. This is a chance for students get help catching up on work before the two-week deadline nears at the end of the trimester (Nov 12). Teachers from various subject areas will be on hand to help. Please see Ms. Whitehorn in C404 if you have any questions.


    College and Career Planning Support

    If you are in need of support for your college and career planning, join Girls Group on November 8th during early and late lunch to discuss and get help with all aspects of the college application process. There will be mentors in the CUBE during both lunches to help with career planning, resume development, college essays, FAFSA, and answer any questions you may have. Girls Group is an organization that empowers young women (including trans young women and young people on the gender spectrum) to achieve emotional and economic self-sufficiency by ensuring they graduate from high school and begin their college or career journeys.


    Name change for QSA 

    In an effort to make our student led group a more safe and inclusive environment, we decided through a vote that we are no longer using the name “Queer Straight Alliance,” and have changed our name to Skyline’s GSRA which stands for Gender, Sexuality, and Romanticality Alliance! We hope that this amended name better reflects our club’s goals and makes sure everyone feels included in our space. GSRA will continue meeting every Tuesday in room B308 (the CMPP room), we hope to see you there!!


    Attention staff

    There will be a flu clinic, here at Skyline, this Friday 11/5, from noon -4 pm, in room A212. Please remember to bring your insurance information, or a photo of it. 


    Republican Club

    Due to the multiple republican victories on election day, the Skyline Republican Club invites you all to join us this Monday in Ms.Deans room C408 for a snack and discussion.

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