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  • Announcements for Friday, September 22

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 9/22/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Congratulations

    National Merit Letter of Commendation:  The following students are being commended by the National Merit Scholarship program for their outstanding performance on the PSAT they took last fall: Akhil Arora, Mackenzie Bultman, Daniel Chen, Benjamin Clark, Chandra Desai, Lydia Gilbert, Camber Hortop, James Johal-Smith, Isabel Lee, Zev Miklethun, Sarah Morris, Georgia

    Mosher, Preethi Narayanan, Matthew Nguyen, Saki Semones, Jordan Tirico, and Ian Wait.

    Congratulations to all of you! 

     

    This week's Eagle Elite winners were Bram Lesko & Aaron Lucas from the Integrity SLC, Hannah Eitel & Cherie Belezi from the Diversity SLC, Ruggi Soto Ricei & Jack Ammerman from the Equality SLC, and Parker Ward & Sara Whybark from the Academic Innovation SLC. Congratulations everyone! If you did not claim your prize yesterday, please report to Ms. Everard in the main office to select your item. 

     

    Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition

    To all students, it's time once again to sign up for the Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition. The test will take place during 1st and 2nd period on Tuesday October 10th. Students need to sign-up by next Monday, September 25. The cost is $5 per student. For more information or to sign-up, please talk to your math teacher or Mr. O in room C310.

     

    Ann Arbor District Library presents “College Night”

    Families of high school students will want to get a strong start on beginning the college search process. Community High college prep counselor John Boshoven discusses how to find the right college, Essay Coaching founder Debbie Merion discusses writing an application essay, and performance coach Geri Markel discusses scoring well on ACT and SAT test.  Join us on Tuesday, September 26, at 7:00pm, at AADL's Westgate Branch. Admission is free!

     

    Math Tutoring

    Our mathematics tutor lab is open and available to all students. Come to room A310 during either lunch and we will provide support for you! 

     

    Art Club

    Art Club's first meeting is next Tuesday September 26, right after school until 4:00pm. Art Club will meet in room A219.

     

    The Next Step Club

    The Next Step Club will be meeting biweekly. The next meeting is Monday, September 25, right after school in C404. Hope to see you there!

     

    Homecoming information

    If you plan on bringing a guest to the Skyline Homecoming dance which is Saturday, October 14, you need to submit a guest form. Any student who does not currently attend Skyline must have a guest form submitted.  Each Skyline student is allowed to invite 1 guest.  Guest forms can be found in both SLC offices and outside room A115.  Please make sure all correct lines are filled out and you must have parent/guardian signature for the Skyline student and the guest.  Forms are due Monday, Oct 9, - but please submit ASAP!

    Attention all Junior and Senior boys! Are you interested in participating in this years powderpuff event? If you signed up at registration or still would like to participate, please look for an email or come talk to Olivianah Baugh to register. Cost is $15 and includes a t shirt and tons of fun!

     

    Skyline Football

    Tomorrow football hosts Saline.  JV to start at 4:00 pm varsity at 7:00 pm. Our student section will be now located in the last section of the south end of the stands.  There is to be no students on the grass hills or behind the band section.  Come out and cheer on your Eagles

     

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday, September 21

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 9/21/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition

    To all students, it's time once again to sign up for the Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition. The test will take place during 1st and 2nd period on Tuesday October 10th. Students need to sign-up by next Monday, September 25. The cost is $5 per student. For more information or to sign-up, please talk to your math teacher or Mr. O in room C310.

     

    Ann Arbor District Library presents “College Night”

    Families of high school students will want to get a strong start on beginning the college search process. Community High college prep counselor John Boshoven discusses how to find the right college, Essay Coaching founder Debbie Merion discusses writing an application essay, and performance coach Geri Markel discusses scoring well on ACT and SAT test.  Join us on Tuesday, September 26, at 7:00 pm at AADL's Westgate Branch. Admission is free!

     

    The Next Step Club

    The Next Step Club will be meeting biweekly. The next meeting is Monday, September 25, right after school in C404. Hope to see you there!

     

    Skyline Theatre

    Auditions for Get Hype, Skyline's annual celebration of the stage, will be held today from 5:30 - 7:00 pm and Friday from 4:15 - 6:15 pm in Skyline's experimental theatre (room C204). The show will be made of selections from both musical and non-musical plays. Students who have not previously participated with Skyline Theatre are welcome to audition.  For audition materials and more information, check out Skyline Theatre's website at www.skylineHStheatre.org

     

    Cooking club

    Do you love cooking or want to learn how to cook? Cooking club will be meeting tomorrow in room A315. We're making mini pizza this week. Everyone is welcome! Hope to see you there!

     

    Queer Straight Alliance

    Hey Skyline, are you interested in helping create a more inclusive environment for queer students, learning more about the LGBTQ+ community, or just looking for a reliable safe-space? If so, come on down to Skyline’s Queer Straight Alliance in room B306 Thursdays after school, and our first meeting will be today. Everyone is welcome, regardless of gender identity, expression, or sexuality.

     

    Cooking club

    Do you love cooking or want to learn how to cook? Cooking club will be meeting tomorrow in room A315 right after school. We're making mini pizza this week. Everyone is welcome! Hope to see you there!

     

    Community Service Club

    Do you enjoy volunteering with friends? Do you need volunteer hours, but don't want to do work alone? Come to Community Service Club! We will coordinate projects with non-profits and organize larger projects within Skyline. Come to Mrs Matthewson's class, room A312 for our second meeting of the year tomorrow after school. We hope to see you there!

     

    Homecoming information

    If you plan on bringing a guest to the Skyline Homecoming dance which is Saturday, October 14, you need to submit a guest form. Any student who does not currently attend Skyline must have a guest form submitted.  Each Skyline student is allowed to invite 1 guest.  Guest forms can be found in both SLC offices and outside room A115.  Please make sure all correct lines are filled out and you must have parent/guardian signature for the Skyline student and the guest.  Forms are due Monday, Oct 9th - but please submit ASAP!

     

    Also: Attention all Junior and Senior boys! Are you interested in participating in this years powderpuff event? If you signed up at registration or still would like to participate, please look for an email or come talk to Olivianah Baugh to register. Cost is $15 and includes a t shirt and tons of fun!

     

    Skyline Football

    This Saturday football hosts Saline.  JV to start at 4:00 pm varsity at 7:00 pm. Our student section will be now located in the last section of the south end of the stands.  There is to be no students on the grass hills or behind the band section.  Come out and cheer on your Eagles

     

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  • Announcements for Tuesday, September 19

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 9/19/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition

    To all students, it's time once again to sign up for the Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition. The test will take place during 1st and 2nd period on Tuesday October 10. Students need to sign-up by Monday, September 25. The cost is $5 per student. For more information or to sign-up, please talk to your math teacher or Mr. O in room C310.

     

    News from the Cube

    We have a busy week in the Cube. The colleges for this week include:
    Today: University of Detroit Mercy at 1 and Kalamazoo College at 2:00pm.
    Tomorrow: Lawrence Tech at 9:45am, Alma College at 1:00pm.
    Thursday: Bowling Green State University at 9:10am, Central Michigan  University at 12:30pm, University of Pennsylvania at 1:00 pm and College of Creative Studies at 1:00pm in  the graphic arts classroom.
    Passes are available in the Cube.

     

    Academic Resource Center

    The Academic Resource Center (ARC) will open Monday through Thursday from 2:45pm until 6:00pm in the iCommons. On occasion the location of ARC may change so please look at the Week At A Glance schedule for location update. The ARC is a place for students to do homework  and get academic support with their homework. We have adult and student tutors in most core subjects. Additionally, the ARC is looking for students who would like to make a difference and become academic tutors and mentors. This is a great opportunity for you.   It helps build up your skills and is an excellent way to build up your college resume. If you are interested please contact Ms. Lynne at richard6@aaps.k12.mi.us or stop by the ARC. Ms. Lynne, Mr Furry, Mr. Abbot, and Coach K can answer questions about the ARC, so please feel free to ask them if you have any questions.

     

    Math Tutoring

    Our mathematics tutor lab is open and available to all students. Come to room A310 during either lunch and we will provide support for you!  

     

    Clubs/Organizations meeting after school today

    Exchange student club meets in room C409, Skybox meets in room A409, and Astronomy Club meets in room C412.

     

    Club Fair

    Tomorrow for Skytime SAS will be hosting its annual club fair. When the bell rings at the end of 1st hour students who are in 3rd floor SLC's Diversity and Integrity will report directly to the commons for the club fair. At the same time 4th floor SLC's Equality and Academic Innovation will report to their Skytime classroom. Please follow time instruction guidelines and stairwell directions when going to and from the club fair. Sky12 will report to Sky12 classrooms.  

     

    CR orientation and progress check meeting

    Students who are taking a CR course this semester are required to attend this meeting tomorrow during lunch in the iCommons Lab.

     

    Rising Scholars

    The Rising Scholars will meet in Ms. Whitehorn's room (304) this Thursday during early and late lunches.

     

    Skyline Theatre

    Auditions for Get Hype, Skyline's annual celebration of the stage, will be held this Thursday from 5:30pm - 7:00pm and Friday from 4:15pm - 6:15pm in Skyline's experimental theatre (room C204). The show will be made of selections from both musical and non-musical plays. Students who have not previously participated with Skyline Theatre are welcome to audition.  For audition materials and more information, check out Skyline Theatre's website at www.skylineHStheatre.org

     

    Queer Straight Alliance

    Hey Skyline, are you interested in helping create a more inclusive environment for queer students, learning more about the LGBTQ+ community, or just looking for a reliable safe-space? If so, come on down to Skyline’s Queer Straight Alliance in room B306 Thursdays after school, and our first meeting will be September 21. Everyone is welcome, regardless of gender identity, expression, or sexuality.

     

    Forensics Team

    Do you want to meet new friends, perfect your speaking skills, or advocate for issues that you care about? Come to the first forensics (speech) team meeting tomorrow in room A306 from 2:45pm-3:45pm. We look forward to seeing you there! No speech is experience is required.

     

    Sky Students

    Today is the very last day to order Homecoming class shirts, Sky shirts and Sky Hoodies. If you are still interested in ordering - please see the link on the STUDENT SPACE tab on the Skyline website.  

     

    PIZZA vs. PIONEER!

    Attention Eagle Nation! Your Skyline volleyball team is taking on the Pioneer Pioneers today at home. All Skyline students who attend the game will receive free pizza upon admission. Bring your student ID, USA gear, and spirit and cheer on your eagles at 7:00pm.

     

    Skyline Football

    This Saturday football hosts Saline.  JV to start at 4:00pm varsity at 7:00pm. Our student section will be now located in the last section of the south end of the stands.  There is to be no students on the grass hills or behind the band section.  Come out and cheer on your Eagles!

     

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  • Announcements for Monday, September 18

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 9/18/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition

    To all students, it's time once again to sign up for the Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition. The test will take place during 1st and 2nd period on Tuesday, October 10. Students need to sign-up by Monday, September 25. The cost is $5 per student. For more information or to sign-up, please talk to your math teacher or Mr. O in room C310.

     

    News from the Cube

    We have a busy week in the Cube. The colleges for this week include:
    Today: Swarthmore 8:30am, Colby College @ 9:30am & Johns Hopkins at 1:00pm.
    Tomorrow: University of Detroit Mercy at 1 and Kalamazoo College at 2:00pm.
    Wednesday: Lawrence Tech @ 9:45am, Alma College @ 1:00pm
    Thursday: Bowling Green State University @ 9:10am, Central Michigan University @ 12:30pm, University of Pennsylvania @ 1:00pm and College of Creative Studies @ 1:00pm in the graphic arts classroom.
    Passes are available in the Cube.

     

    Academic Resource Center

    Starting today, The Academic Resource Center (ARC) will open Monday through Thursday from 2:45pm until 6:00pm in the iCommons. On occasion the location of ARC may change so please look at the Week At A Glance schedule for location update. The ARC is a place for students to come do homework, and get academic support with their homework and academic studies. We have adult and student tutors in most core subjects. Additionally, the ARC is looking for students who would like to make a difference and become academic tutors and mentors. This is a great opportunity for you and helps build up your skills and is an excellent way to build up your college resume. If you are interest please contact Ms. Lynne at richard6@aaps.k12.mi.us or stop by the ARC. Ms. Lynne, Mr Furry, Mr. Abbot, and Coach K can answer questions about the ARC, so please feel free to ask them if you have any questions.

     

    Math Tutoring

    Our mathematics tutor lab is open and available to all students. Come to room A310 during either lunch and we will provide support for you! 

     

    Clubs/Organizations meeting after school today

    Next STEP Club C404, Environmental Club A312, Quiz Bowl A309, and DECA, C205 

     

    CR orientation and progress check meeting

    who are taking a CR course this semester are required to attend on Wednesday, Sept 20, during lunch in the iCommons Lab. Bring the work that you have completed so far in your CR for us to check. If you have already taken a CR and have completed the virtual orientation, you can then leave (it will only take a few minutes for you). If you are new to CR, you will complete the CR orientation as well which will take about 15 minutes.

     

    Rising Scholars

    The Rising Scholars will meet in Ms. Whitehorn's room (304) this Thursday during early and late lunches.

     

    Skyline Theatre

    Auditions for Get Hype, Skyline's annual celebration of the stage, will be held this Thursday from 5:30pm - 7:00pm and Friday from 4:15pm - 6:15pm in Skyline's experimental theatre (room C204). The show will be made of selections from both musical and non-musical plays. Students who have not previously participated with Skyline Theatre are welcome to audition.  For audition materials and more information, check out Skyline Theatre's website at www.skylineHStheatre.org

     

    Queer Straight Alliance

    Hey Skyline, are you interested in helping create a more inclusive environment for queer students, learning more about the LGBTQ+ community, or just looking for a reliable safe-space? If so, come on down to Skyline’s Queer Straight Alliance in room B306 Thursdays after school, and our first meeting will be September 21. Everyone is welcome, regardless of gender identity, expression, or sexuality.

     

    Forensics Team

    Do you want to meet new friends, perfect your speaking skills, or advocate for issues that you care about? Come to the first forensics (speech) team meeting on Wednesday September 20, in room A306 from 2:45pm-3:45pm! No speech is experience is required.

     

    Exchange Student Club

    Are you someone who was or currently is an exchange student, or someone who's interested in getting to know people from around the world? You should join the Exchange Student Club! Our first meeting is tomorrow after school in room C409! Pizza and pop will be provided.

     

    PIZZA vs. PIONEER!

    Eagle Nation! Your Skyline volleyball team is taking on the Pioneer Pioneers tomorrow at home. All Skyline students who attend the game will receive free pizza upon admission. Bring your student ID, USA gear, and spirit and cheer on your eagles at 7:00pm.

     

    Skyline Football

    This Saturday football hosts Saline.  JV to start at 4:00pm Varsity at 7:00pm. Our student section will be now located in the last section of the south end of the stands.  There is to be no students on the grass hills or behind the band section.  Come out and cheer on your Eagles.

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  • Announcements for Friday, September 15

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 9/15/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Constitution Day

    Skyline is among many educational institutions that observe Constitution Day every year. Constitution Day is Sunday, Sept. 17th, but it is observed either today or Monday. 229 years ago, 39 delegates gathered in Philadelphia to sign the final draft of the U.S. Constitution, establishing the framework of the fledgling United States government and the rights and freedoms of Americans. Constitution Day is an opportunity for everyone in the community to reflect upon and honor this historic document.

     

    Academic Resource Center

    Starting next Monday, The Academic Resource Center (ARC) will open Monday through Thursday from 2:45pm until 6:00pm in the iCommons. On occasion the location of ARC may change so please look at the Week At A Glance schedule for location update. The ARC is a place for students to come do homework, and get academic support with their homework and academic studies. We have adult and student tutors in most core subjects. Additionally, the ARC is looking for students who would like to make a difference and become academic tutors and mentors. This is a great opportunity for you and helps build up your skills and is an excellent way to build up your college resume. If you are interest please contact Ms. Lynne at richard6@aaps.k12.mi.us or stop by the ARC. Ms. Lynne, Mr Furry, Mr. Abbot, and Coach K can answer questions about the ARC, so please feel free to ask them if you have any questions.

     

    Math Tutoring

    Our mathematics tutor lab is open and available to all students. Come to room A310 during either lunch and we will provide support for you!  

     

    CR orientation and progress check meeting

    who are taking a CR course this semester are required to attend on Wednesday, Sept 20 during lunch in the iCommons Lab. Bring the work that you have completed so far in your CR for us to check. If you have already taken a CR and have completed the virtual orientation, you can then leave (it will only take a few minutes for you). If you are new to CR, you will complete the CR orientation as well which will take about 15 minutes.

     

    Environmental Club

    The Environmental Club is holding its first meeting of the year on Monday, September 18, right after school until 3:30pm in room A312. Join us if you want to learn about environmental issues in our school and community. We hope to see you there!


    Quiz Bowl

    Do you know the difference between the First and Second Battles of Bull Run or Invisible Man and The Invisible Man? Can you name Neptune's largest moon? Then join Skyline Quiz Bowl, a competitive trivia team and test your knowledge! Our first meeting will be on Monday, September 18, at 2:45pm in room A309.

    Forensics Team

    Do you want to meet new friends, perfect your speaking skills, or advocate for issues that you care about? Come to the first forensics (speech) team meeting on Wednesday September 20,in room A306 from 2:45pm-3:45pm! We look forward to seeing you there! No speech is experience is required.

     

    Exchange Student Club

    Are you someone who was or currently is an exchange student, or someone who's interested in getting to know people from around the world? You should join the Exchange Student Club! Our first meeting is next Tuesday, 9/19,after school in room C409! Pizza and pop will be provided. Hope to see you there!

     

    DECA

    The first DECA meeting will be this Monday at 2:45pm in Room C205. All returning members and those interested in joining DECA should attend.

     

    Sky Students  

    The Homecoming Dance is still weeks away on Saturday, Oct 14, from 8:00pm to 11:00pm.  But it is time to start getting dance guest forms filled out and submitted.   Every Skyline student is allowed to bring 1 approved guest to the dance.  Any person who isn't a current Skyline student must have a dance guest form submitted and approved.  Those forms can be found in either SLC office or outside room A115 or on the Skyline website in the Student Space tab.  Those forms must be submitted by Monday, Oct. 9.  As forms are approved, your student number will appear in the 4th floor Academic Innovation office.   

     

    Equestrian Team

    Reminder to check out the Equestrian Team at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Belleville this Sunday from 8:00am to 4:00pm. You can check out what the meets are like, and cheer us on. If you would like more information, come talk to Mrs. Winter in C307.  

     

    Football

    Come attend tonight's Varsity football game at Bedford as Channel 11 is doing a Pack a Truck event. Bring a nonperishable food item and place it in the truck parked by the ticket booths. Go Eagles!

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday, September 14

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 9/14/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Math Tutoring

    Our mathematics tutor lab is open and available to all students. Come to room A310 during either lunch and we will provide support for you!  

     

    CR orientation and progress check meeting

    New this year we are combining the CR orientation and the first documentation progress check. All students who are taking a CR course this semester are required to attend on Wednesday, Sept 20 during lunch in the iCommons Lab. Bring the work that you have completed so far in your CR for us to check. If you have already taken a CR and have completed the virtual orientation, you can then leave (it will only take a few minutes for you). If you are new to CR, you will complete the CR orientation as well which will take about 15 minutes.

     

    Community Service Club

    Do you enjoy volunteering with friends? Do you need volunteer hours, but don't want to do work alone? Come to Community Service Club! We will organize projects with non-profits and work on larger projects throughout the year within Skyline. Come to Mrs Mathewson's class, room A312 for our first meeting of the year tomorrow after school. There will be snacks!

     

    Latin Club

    Come join the Latin Club for crazy Romans, gladiatorball, and movies about Rome and Greece. Our first meeting will be during late lunch tomorrow in Mr. Ganio's room A404.

     

    Attention Skyline students!

    The Environmental Club is holding its first meeting of the year on Monday, September 18, right after school until 3:30pm in room A312. Join us if you want to learn about environmental issues in our school and community. We hope to see you there!

     

    Quiz Bowl

    Do you know the difference between the First and Second Battles of Bull Run or Invisible Man and The Invisible Man? Can you name Neptune's largest moon? Then join Skyline Quiz Bowl, a competitive trivia team and test your knowledge! Our first meeting will be on Monday, September 18 at 2:45pm in room A309.

     

    Skyline JSA

    Interested in politics or debate? Come check out the Skyline Junior State of America! JSA is an excellent opportunity to improve your public speaking skills, to learn about important issues facing our country, and to meet new people. We also have food. Come to room C305 right after school today for an information session and every Friday for our weekly meetings!

     

    Forensics Team

    Do you want to meet new friends, perfect your speaking skills, or advocate for issues that you care about? Come to the first forensics (speech) team meeting on Wednesday September 20th in room A306 from 2:45-3:45pm. No speech is experience is required.

     

    Exchange Student Club

    Are you someone who was or currently is an exchange student, or someone who's interested in getting to know people from around the world? You should join the Exchange Student Club! Our first meeting is next Tuesday, 9/19, after school in room C409. Pizza and pop will be provided.

     

    Attention all Tri-M members

    The first Tri-M chapter meeting of the year will be taking place tonight at 7:00pm in the Orchestra room. Food and drinks will be provided.

     

    DECA

    The first DECA meeting will be this Monday, at 2:45pm, in Room C205. All returning members and those interested in joining DECA should attend.

     

    Sky Students  

    The Homecoming Dance is still weeks away on Saturday, Oct 14, from 8:00-11:00pm.  But it is time to start getting dance guest forms filled out and submitted.   Every Skyline student is allowed to bring 1 approved guest to the dance.  Any person who isn't a current Skyline student must have a dance guest form submitted and approved.  Those forms can be found in either SLC office, the main office, outside room A115 or on the Skyline website in the Student Space tab.  Those forms must be submitted by Monday, Oct. 9.  As forms are approved, your student number will appear in the 4th floor Academic Innovation office.  

    Homecoming Class Shirts, Sky shirts and hoodies are still available to purchase online with credit or debit card. The online link can be found in the STUDENT SPACE tab on the Skyline website.  If you prefer to pay by cash or check you can also order them from Mrs Bezeau in A115 before or after school. 

     

    Equestrian Team

    Did you know that Skyline High School has an Equestrian Team? If you own or lease a horse, and you are interested in joining the team next year, come check us out at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Belleville this Sunday from 8:00am-4:00pm. You can check out what the meets are like, and cheer us on. We also have limited team positions for students with horse experience that do not wish to ride. If you would like more information, come talk to Mrs. Winter in C307.  

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  • Announcements for Wednesday, September 13

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 9/13/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to these 8 students who have qualified as National Merit Scholarship Semi Finalists:

    Nicole Auerbach, Daniel Kennedy, Daniel Khain, Matthew Krivan, Yunfei Ma, Justin Michele, Neha Seshadri, Grace Zheng

     

    News from the Cube

    We host: New York University (NYU, as well as Dubai and Shanghai locations) tomorrow at 9:30 amOn Friday, we host Dartmouth at 8:30 am, University of Colorado at Boulder at 10:30 pm as well as the Air Force Academy.

     

    Math Tutoring

    Our mathematics tutor lab is open and  available to all students. Come to room A310 during either lunch and we will provide support for you.

     

    CR orientation and progress check meeting

    New this year we are combining the CR orientation and the first documentation progress check. All students who are taking a CR course this semester are required to attend on Wednesday, Sept 20, during lunch in the iCommons Lab. Bring the work that you have completed so far in your CR for us to check. If you have already taken a CR and have completed the virtual orientation, you can then leave (it will only take a few minutes for you). If you are new to CR, you will complete the CR orientation as well which will take about 15 minutes.

     

    Film Club

    Skyline's Film Club will be having their first meeting tomorrow after school in room A411.

     

    Science Olympiad

    Are you interested in science? If so, then you should join Science Olympiad. It's a competition based club that uses teamwork and all types of science. We have our first meeting today after school in room C417. We will only be meeting for an hour.

     

    Community Service Club

    Do you enjoy volunteering with friends? Do you need volunteer hours, but don't want to do work alone? Come to Community Service Club! We will organize projects with non-profits and work on larger projects throughout the year within Skyline. Come to Mrs. Mathewson's class, room A312 for our first meeting of the year on Friday after school. There will be snacks.

     

    Latin Club

    Come join the Latin Club for crazy Romans, gladiatorball, and movies about Rome and Greece. Our first meeting will be during late lunch on Friday, September 15, in Mr. Ganio's room A404.

     

    Attention Skyline students

    The Environmental Club is holding its first meeting of the year on Monday, September 18th, right after school until 3:30 pm in room A312. Join us if you want to learn about environmental issues in our school and community.

     

    Quiz Bowl

    Do you know the difference between the First and Second Battles of Bull Run or Invisible Man and The Invisible Man? Can you name Neptune's largest moon? Then join Skyline Quiz Bowl, a competitive trivia team and test your knowledge! Our first meeting will be on Monday, September 18, at 2:45 pm in room A309.

     

    Skyline JSA

    Interested in politics or debate? Come check out the Skyline Junior State of America! JSA is an excellent opportunity to improve your public speaking skills, to learn about important issues facing our country, and to meet new people. We also have food! Come to room C305 right after school every Friday!

     

    Forensics Team

    Do you want to meet new friends, perfect your speaking skills, or advocate for issues that you care about? Come to the first forensics (speech) team meeting on Wednesday September 20, in room A306 from 2:45-3:45 pm. We look forward to seeing you there! No speech is experience is required.

     

    Exchange Student Club

    Are you someone who was or currently is an exchange student, or someone who's interested in getting to know people from around the world? You should join the Exchange Student Club! Our first meeting is next Tuesday, 9/19, after school in room C409! Pizza and pop will be provided.

     

    Tri-M members

    The first Tri-M chapter meeting of the year will be taking place tomorrow, the 14, at 7:00 pm in the Orchestra room. Food and drinks will be provided.

     

    DECA

    The first DECA meeting will be this Monday at 2:45 pm in Room C205. All returning members and those interested in joining DECA should attend.

     

    Skyline Juniors and Seniors
    If you are still interested in playing or coaching in the Homecoming PowderPuff game on Sunday, October 8th or haven't paid your $15 yet,  please see Mrs. Bezeau in Room A115 by today to sign up or pay.

     

    Sky Students  

    The Homecoming Dance is still weeks away on Saturday, Oct 14th from 8pm to 11pm.  But it is time to start getting dance guest forms filled out and submitted.   Every Skyline student is allowed to bring 1 approved guest to the dance.  Any person who isn't a current Skyline student must have a dance guest form submitted and approved.  Those forms can be found in either SLC office, the main office, outside room A115 or on the Skyline website in the Student Space tab.  Those forms must be submitted by Monday, Oct. 9th.  As forms are approved, your student number will appear in the 4th floor Academic Innovation office.   

     

    Sky Students

    Homecoming Class Shirts, Sky shirts and hoodies are still available to purchase online with credit or debit card. The online link can be found in the STUDENT SPACE tab on the Skyline website.  If you prefer to pay by cash or check you can also order them from Mrs. Bezeau in A115 before or after school.  

     

    Equestrian Team

    Did you know that Skyline High School has an Equestrian Team? If you own or lease a horse, and you are interested in joining the team next year, come check us out at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Belleville this Sunday from 8am to 4pm. You can check out what the meets are like, and cheer us on. We also have limited team positions for students with horse experience that do not wish to ride. If you would like more information, come talk to Mrs. Winter in C307.  

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday, June 15

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 6/15/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    HAVE A GREAT SUMMER BREAK!  WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT SKYLINE'S BACK TO SCHOOL REGISTRATION IN AUGUST

    2017-2018 Registration Dates

    Monday, August 21, 2017               10th Grade Registration 8:00 am - 10:00 am

    Students should adhere to the following timeline according to their last name.

       8:00 am                    A-C

       8:30 am                    D-H

       9:00 am                    I-M

       9:30 am                   N-S

    10:00 am                    T-Z

    Monday, August 21, 2017                 9th Grade Registration 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

    Students should adhere to the following timeline according to their last name.

    12:00 pm                     A-C

    12:45 pm                     D-H

    1:30 pm                     I-M

    2:15 pm                     N-S

    3:00 pm                     T-Z

    Wednesday, August 23, 2017           Link Crew 9th Grade Orientation 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

    8:00 am – Report to the Main Gym

    Thursday, August 24, 2017              11th Grade Registration 8:00 am - 10:00 am

    Students should adhere to the following timeline according to their last name.

       8:00 am                    A-C

       8:30 am                    D-H

       9:00 am                    I-M

       9:30 am                   N-S

    10:00 am                    T-Z

    Thursday, August 24, 2017              12th Grade Registration 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

    Students should adhere to the following timeline according to their last name.

    12:00 pm                     A-C

    12:45 pm                     D-H

    1:30 pm                     I-M

    2:15 pm                     N-S

    3:00 pm                     T-Z

    Wednesday, August 30, 2017             Registration Make-up 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

    12:00 pm – 3:00 pm        All Grade Levels

    **August 21, 2017

       Link Crew Leader Training (Link Crew Members Only) 3 pm – 8 pm iCommons

    **August 22, 2017

       Link Crew Leader Training (Link Crew Members Only) 8 am – 12 noon iCommons

     

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  • Annoucements for Wednesday, June 7

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 6/7/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Yearbook
    Yearbook Spring Supplements are available in the lunchroom this week for those students who purchased this year's book. Please be sure to pick up your copy! If you did not purchase a yearbook, there is still time, but a limited number remain! You can purchase a book for $70, cash or check made out to Ann Arbor Skyline, from Mrs. Ray in Room A306.

     

    Book Depository

    Students please begin turning in your unused textbooks. If you don't require the book or have items leftover from Tri 1 and 2 please turn them in. DO NOT wait until the end of the year. The Book Depository is open from 8am-3pm.

     

    Women's Cross Country

    There will be a very brief informational meeting today right after school in the Commons for anyone

    interested in Women's Cross Country,

     

    Fundraiser

    Do you like pizza? How about pizza that you can create yourself from scratch? If you do, come join Skyline's Caring for Cambodia Club at the Blaze Pizza on Eisenhower today from 4:30 to 7:30 to support their summer service trip! Blaze will be donating 20% of all proceeds to whoever comes to dine during this time and brings the necessary flyer. To find the flyer for Wednesday's event visit Skyline Caring for Cambodia Club's twitter @skylinecfc. We hope to see you there!

     

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  • Announcements for Tuesday, June 6

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 6/6/2017

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    FROM THE DESK PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to Seun Ajepe for her 2nd place award in the Ann Arbor It's All Write Contest for Flash Fiction.  Her story "They Came For My Tusks" was judged against over 500 entries.  Way to go Seun!

     

    Support

    Counseling and Student Support Staff  will be available for grief support during both lunches on Wednesday in conference room A210.  Please stop by if you would like a supportive place to talk and help with processing how you are feeling.  Mrs. Hans and Mrs. Nafziger will be there to support students.

    Senior Recital

    The Tri-M Senior Recital is today, Tuesday the 6th, at 7 pm in the auditorium. Please join us to celebrate with our seniors at their last performance as Eagles.

     

    Yearbook
    Yearbook Spring Supplements are available in the lunchroom this week for those students who purchased this year's book. Please be sure to pick up your copy! If you did not purchase a yearbook, there is still time, but a limited number remain! You can purchase a book for $70, cash or check made out to Ann Arbor Skyline, from Mrs. Ray in Room A306.

     

    Book Depository

    Students please begin turning in your unused textbooks. If you don't require the book or have items leftover from Tri 1 and 2 please turn them in. DO NOT wait until the end of the year. The Book Depository is open from 8am-3pm. Thank You!

     

    Women's Cross Country

    There will be a very brief informational meeting tomorrow right after school in the Commons for anyone

    interested in Women's Cross Country,

     

    Fundraiser

    Do you like pizza? How about pizza that you can create yourself from scratch? If you do, come join Skyline's Caring for Cambodia Club at the Blaze Pizza on Eisenhower this Wednesday from 4:30 to 7:30 to support their summer service trip! Blaze will be donating 20% of all proceeds to whoever comes to dine during this time and brings the necessary flyer. To find the flyer for Wednesday's event visit Skyline Caring for Cambodia Club's twitter @skylinecfc. We hope to see you there!

     

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