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  • Announcements for Monday, March 18

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 3/18/2019

    Good morning Skyline!

     

    Graduating Seniors 

    Jostens will be here tomorrow, March 19th, during both lunches to pass out your purchased announcements and other Graduation accessories. Cap and Gowns will not be distributed until June 6th.If you have not ordered your cap & gown they can be ordered either online atwww.Jostens.comOR by phone at 1-800-JOSTENS.  The cost for cap & gown is $35 until April 1, after that it will be $45 through the April 30th, which is the last day to order.

     

    Register to vote

    Any student or staff member who is 17 1/2 by March 20th can register to vote this Wednesday during both lunches. You will need to bring your driver’s license or know the last four numbers of your social security number. Those of you who can't register yet can fill out reminder cards that will be sent to you when your time to register is close. It is your civic duty and a privilege to vote - take advantage of being able to register right here at school.

     

    News from the Cube

    Juniors, the University of Nebraska will be in the Cube this Wednesday, March 20 at 2 pm. 

    Reminder, College Night at Skyline will be this Wednesday night from 6 to 8:30 pm. Parents and juniors are invited to attend. 

     

    Want to get off to a great start in your math class this term? 

    The Math Mentors are here to serve! Come to A310 during either lunch and get the support you need. Looking forward to seeing you!

     

    Homebuilding Program

    If you you are interested in the Homebuilding Program, you are invited to "Try It Day" on Wednesday March 20th. A bus will take you to the building site where you can see the house which has been built from the ground up by Ann Arbor students. See Mr. Brunzell in the Integrity Office for a permission slip, bring your boots and prepare to get dirty. 

     

    Attention seniors 

    If you're planning on attending Washtenaw Community College next year and are still looking for financial assistance, please see your counselor asap.  

     

    Volunteer Opportunity

    The ARC is looking for caring, charismatic, and thoughtful students who would like to make a difference by helping others with their academics. We need student tutors in most subjects. If you are interested in tutoring please contact Ms. Lynne during ARC in the library after school, or by emailing her at richard6@aaps.k12.mi.us. to set up an interview. Keep in mind that volunteering is impressive for your college application. 

     

    Student/Staff Book Club 

    Join us during your lunch period in conference room A210 tomorrow, March 19th for the first of a twice monthly student staff book club. In our first two meetings, we will be discussing Claudia Rankine's groundbreaking book "Citizen," which explores race, gender, identity, aggression, and microaggression in modern America.  

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  • Announcements for Friday March 15

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 3/15/2019

    Good morning Skyline!  

    Graduating Seniors

    Jostens will be here next Tuesday, March 19th, during both lunches to pass out your purchased announcements and other Graduation accessories. Cap and Gowns will not be distributed until June 6th.

    If you have not ordered your cap & gown they can be ordered either online at www.Jostens.com OR by phone at 1-800-JOSTENS.  The cost for cap & gown is $35 until April 1, after that it will be $45 through the April 30th, which is the last day to order.

     

    Want to get off to a great start in your math class this term?

    The Math Mentors are here to serve! Come to A310 during either lunch and get the support you need. Looking forward to seeing you!

     

    Homebuilding Program

    If you you are interested in the Homebuilding Program, you are invited to "Try It Day" on Wednesday March 20th. A bus will take you to the building site where you can see the house which has been built from the ground up by Ann Arbor students. See Mr. Brunzell in the Integrity Office for a permission slip, bring your boots and prepare to get dirty.

     

    Attention seniors

    If you're planning on attending Washtenaw Community College next year and are still looking for financial assistance, please see your counselor asap.  

     

    Volunteer Opportunity

    The ARC is looking for caring, charismatic, and thoughtful students who would like to make a difference by helping other with their academics. We need student tutors in most subjects. If you are interested in tutoring please contact Ms. Lynne during ARC in the library after school, or by emailing her at richard6@aaps.k12.mi.us. to set up an interview. Keep in mind that volunteering is impressive for your college application.

     

    Student/Staff Book Club

    Join us during your lunch period in conference room A210 on Tuesday, March 19th for the first of a twice monthly student staff book club. In our first two meetings, we will be discussing Claudia Rankine's groundbreaking book "Citizen," which explores race, gender, identity, aggression, and microaggression in modern America.  

     

    Skyline Theatre

    Skyline Theatre presents the hilarious comedy Noises Off this weekend! A goofball troupe of actors attempt to put on a show while everything that could possibly go wrong does. Witness their onstage antics AND their backstage infighting in one of the stage's most historical farces. Noises Off opens tonight at 7:30 PM in the Skyline Auditorium, with additional performances Saturday and 7:30 and Sunday afternoon at 2:30.

     

    Fundraiser

    Please support the Skyline Bowling team’s Fundraiser night on Sunday (St. Patty’s Day) 3/17 from 4-8 PM at: Noodles & Company 2245 West Stadium Blvd.

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday March 14

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 3/14/2019

    Good morning Skyline!

     

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to Michael Zhou for being accepted into the Economics for Leaders program! Michael was the only Skyline student accepted into the University of California, Berkley research program.  

     

    Graduating Seniors

    Jostens will be here next Tuesday, March 19th, during both lunches to pass out your purchased announcements and other Graduation accessories. Cap and Gowns will not be distributed until June 6th.

     

    Want to get off to a great start in your math class this term?

    The Math Mentors are here to serve! Come to A310 during either lunch and get the support you need. Looking forward to seeing you!

     

    Volunteer Opportunity

    The ARC is looking for caring, charismatic, and thoughtful students who would like to make a difference by helping other with their academics. We need student tutors in most subjects. If you are interested in tutoring please contact Ms. Lynne during ARC in the library after school, or by emailing her at richard6@aaps.k12.mi.us. to set up an interview. Keep in mind that volunteering is impressive for your college application.

     

    Breakdance and Hip Hop Club

    Wanna learn how to breakdance, do the illest power moves, and see the coldest dance films?! Breakdance and Hip Hop Club is back in action this trimester! This club happens every Thursday from 2:45- 3:40pm. It is located in The Writing Center on the 4th floor. If you like to dance and want to get better at it this is the club for you.

     

    Student/Staff Book Club

    Join us during your lunch period in conference room A210 on Tuesday, March 19th for the first of a twice monthly student staff book club. In our first two meetings, we will be discussing Claudia Rankine's groundbreaking book "Citizen," which explores race, gender, identity, aggression, and microaggression in modern America.  

     

    Skyline Theatre

    Skyline Theatre presents the hilarious comedy Noises Off this weekend! A goofball troupe of actors attempt to put on a show while everything that could possibly go wrong does. Witness their onstage antics AND their backstage infighting in one of the stage's most historical farces. Noises Off opens Friday, March 15 at 7:30 PM in the Skyline Auditorium, with additional performances Saturday and 7:30 and Sunday afternoon at 2:30.

     

    Fundraiser

    Please support the Skyline Bowling team’s Fundraiser night on Sunday (St. Patty’s Day) 3/17 from 4-8 PM at: Noodles & Company 2245 West Stadium Blvd.

     

    Writing Center

    Come to the Writing Center during both lunches today! Writing can feel like a lot, but today we’re going to make sure that it’s just fun. There will be activities, cookies, and games.

     

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  • Announcements for Wednesday, March 13

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 3/13/2019

    Good morning Skyline!

     

    Homebuilding

    The Homebuilding program is offering its "Try It Day" on March 20th. If you want to check out the construction site and see if Homebuilding may be the right program for you, see Mr. Brunzell in the Integrity office for an application. Bring your boots and be prepared to get dirty.

     

    Attention student who took the AMC test

    AMC 10 and 12 scores are in. Please see your math teacher or Mr. Nowitzke in room C-305 for your score.

     

    Volunteer Opportunity

    The ARC is looking for caring, charismatic, and thoughtful students who would like to make a difference by helping other with their academics. We need student tutors in most subjects. If you are interested in tutoring please contact Ms. Lynne during ARC in the library after school, or by emailing her at richard6@aaps.k12.mi.us. to set up an interview. Keep in mind that volunteering is impressive for your college application.

     

    Breakdance and Hip Hop Club

    Wanna learn how to breakdance, do the illest power moves, and see the coldest dance films?! Breakdance and Hip Hop Club is back in action this trimester! This club happens every Thursday from 2:45- 3:40pm. It is located in The Writing Center on the 4th floor. If you like to dance and want to get better at it this is the club for you

     

    Student/Staff Book Club

    Join us during your lunch period in conference room A210 on Tuesday, March 19th for the first of a twice monthly student staff book club. In our first two meetings, we will be discussing Claudia Rankine's groundbreaking book "Citizen," which explores race, gender, identity, aggression, and microaggression in modern America.  

     

    Skyline Theatre

    Skyline Theatre presents the hilarious comedy Noises Off this weekend! A goofball troupe of actors attempt to put on a show while everything that could possibly go wrong does. Witness their onstage antics AND their backstage infighting in one of the stage's most historical farces. Noises Off opens Friday, March 15 at 7:30 PM in the Skyline Auditorium, with additional performances Saturday and 7:30 and Sunday afternoon at 2:30.

     

    Fundraiser

    Please support the Skyline Bowling team’s Fundraiser night on Sunday (St. Patty’s Day) 3/17 from 4-8 PM at: Noodles & Company 2245 West Stadium Blvd.

     

    Writing Center

    Come to the Writing Center during both lunches today! Writing can feel like a lot, but today we’re going to make sure that it’s just fun. There will be activities, cookies, and games.

     

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  • Announcements for Tuesday, March 12

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 3/12/2019

    Good morning Skyline! 

    Congratulations

    Skyline Speech and Debate had a great time Saturday in Novi at the Novice State Finals tournament, where Kenichi Lobbezoo (Ken-EACH-ee LUH beh zoo) took a trophy in Extemporaneous Speaking and Oscar Jemison-Blais another in Broadcast News. And the team as a whole combined to win a 3rd place Sweepstakes trophy. Props to the team!

     

    Tri 3 Schedules

    Reminder that the schedule change or add/drop deadline for trimester 3 is tomorrow for one of the approved reasons only.

     

    College Night

    Skyline's College Night, intended for juniors and their parents, is coming up Wednesday, March 20 from 6-8:30 pm. Learn about the college application process, and what you can do to prepare for the best outcome. Our Skyline admissions presenters will be here from University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and Kalamazoo College. Eastern Michigan University will present on support services, and Washtenaw Community College- will discuss the state transfer agreement and trades programs. Learn more about SAT/ACT testing, sending transcripts through Naviance, the Common App, NCAA requirements, writing effective college essays, and affording college through grants and scholarships. The state will be here to speak with TIP eligible students. This is a DO NOT MISS opportunity per Mrs Haller. If you cannot make it for whatever reason, make sure you have a parent or friend pick up materials and/or take notes for you.

     

    Student/Staff Book Club

    Join us during your lunch period in conference room A210 on Tuesday, March 19th for the first of a twice monthly student staff book club. In our first two meetings, we will be discussing Claudia Rankine's groundbreaking book "Citizen," which explores race, gender, identity, aggression, and microaggression in modern America.  

     

    Skyline Theatre

    Skyline Theatre presents the hilarious comedy Noises Off this weekend! A goofball troupe of actors attempt to put on a show while everything that could possibly go wrong does. Witness their onstage antics AND their backstage infighting in one of the stage's most historical farces. Noises Off opens Friday, March 15 at 7:30 PM in the Skyline Auditorium, with additional performances Saturday and 7:30 and Sunday afternoon at 2:30.

     

    Fundraiser

    Please support the Skyline Bowing team’s Fundraiser night on Sunday (St. Patty’s Day) 3/17 from 4-8 PM at: Noodles & Company 2245 West Stadium Blvd.

     

    Writing Center

    Writing can feel like a lot of work sometimes. But it doesn’t have to be boring! Come join the Skyline writing center this Wednesday during both lunches and help us make writing fun. There will be activities, games, and of course, cookies.

     

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  • Announcements for Monday, March 11

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 3/11/2019

    3/11/19

    Good morning Skyline! 

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to the following DECA students that qualified to compete at the International Career Development Conference in Orlando, FL: Samantha Barber, Natalie Bell, Minh-anh Do, Chloe Harper, Deniz Kirca, Mallika Kothari, Nathan Liebetreu, Karpu Palaniappan, Anisha Ramachandra, Kayla Talampas, Stacie Warner, and Christine Yan. There will be a DECA meeting after school today in the BMIT Room.

     

    Tri 3 Schedules

    Reminder that the schedule change or add/drop deadline for trimester 3 is this Wed. for one of the approved reasons only.

     

    College Night

    Skyline's College Night, intended for juniors and their parents, is coming up Wednesday, March 20 from 6-8:30 pm. Learn about the college application process, and what you can do to prepare for the best outcome. Our Skyline admissions presenters will be here from University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and Kalamazoo College. Eastern Michigan University will present on support services, and Washtenaw Community College will discuss the state transfer agreement and trades programs. Learn more about SAT/ACT testing, sending transcripts through Naviance, the Common App, NCAA requirements, writing effective college essays, and affording college through grants and scholarships. The state will be here to speak with TIP eligible students. This is a DO NOT MISS opportunity per Mrs Haller. If you cannot make it for whatever reason, make sure you have a parent or friend pick up materials and/or take notes for you.

     

    Game Club

    There will be no Game Club today after school. We will pick it back up next Monday.

     

    Writing Center

    Come join the Skyline Writing center this Wednesday, the 13th during both lunches, for a celebration of creative writing! There will be snacks, activities, and fun!

    Softball Tryouts

    Softball tryouts will be held Monday, March 11 from 3:30-5:30. Meet outside the aux gym. Any questions? see Coach Stange in the hallway for answers. Go Eagles Softball! We ready!

     

    Boys Golf

    All boys coming out for the Skyline Golf Team this spring need to show up for a team meeting Monday, March 11 at 3:30 in A115 - Health Classroom. Make sure athletic registration is completed ASAP

    Attention Tennis Players

    This is a reminder to meet in Coach Ray's Room A306 at 3:00 today. Please change into workout clothing beforehand as we will eventually be heading down to the courts to hit.

     

    Track & Field

    Athletes interested in participating in Track & Field, we will be meeting today in the Aux Gym today for our first team practice starting promptly at 3pm. Please see Coach Moran or Coach Ro with any questions.

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  • Announcements for Tuesday, March 5

    Posted by Casey Elmore on 3/5/2019 9:00:00 AM

    Orchestra News

    This past Saturday, the Skyline Concert and Symphony Orchestras participated in the MSBOA Band and Orchestra Festival at Pioneer High School. Each ensemble prepares three concert pieces and sight reads one additional piece. Orchestras are evaluated in several categories and can be given a score of 1 (superior) to 5 (poor). We would like to congratulate both orchestras are receiving straight division 1 (superior) ratings from all four judges. Congratulations students on your hard work and wonderful performances.

     

    Tri 3 Schedules

    Please make sure to review your trimester 3 schedule in powerschool this week. If you have a concern or need an adjustment to your schedule for one of the approved reasons only, all counselors will be available during both lunch periods this week to discuss. You may also request a schedule change here. Schedules will only be changed for the approved reasons. The approved reasons for a schedule change are:
    1. Hole in your schedule  
    2. Level change  
    3. Double scheduled
    4. Repeat class  
    5. Missing a graduation requirement class
    6. Missing part of an elective.   
    Schedule changes for teacher requests and lunch changes will not be honored.
    Final trimester 3  schedules will be distributed in your 3rd hour study period on Thursday, March 7. The schedule change or add/drop deadline for trimester 3 is Wed. March 13.

     

    Course Requests Due

    Please remember that course requests for the 2019-20 school year must be input in powerschool by today and signed sheets submitted to your 3rd hour teacher. If you have any questions, counselors are available during both lunches.

     

    Who Let the Dogs in?

    Therapy dogs are in the building today! They will be in the building today during 3rd hour They will be housed by right by the pool above the student entrance during lunch for students to have a short opportunity to interact with them in a quiet, low key environment.  Rules and procedures will be posted outside the lounge before students are allowed to enter. Of course, please discuss this with any student who may have health concerns.

     

    News from the Cube

    The Cube is hosting the University of Windsor (yes, Canada) today at 2 pm. Juniors interested should get a pass from the Cube and signed by their 5th hour teacher before attending.

     

    Hey Skyline Eagles

    Your safety is a main focus of the community assistants’ job. Having your hoods up and earbuds in both ears creates an unsafe school environment. The teachers, admins and CA’s would like to to see you better and have you hear us better. We also want to ensure that you hear announcements and alarms. Please help us and leave 1 or both earbuds out and take your hoods down.  Thank you!




    Softball Tryouts

    Softball tryouts will be held Monday, March 11 from 3:30-5:30. Meet outside the aux gym. Any questions? see Coach Stange in the hallway for answers. Go Eagles Softball! We ready!

    Boys Basketball

    The Skyline Boys Basketball team won the District Championship last Friday vs Brighton 61-41. Skyline now plays in the Regional tonight, March 5th vs Lincoln. The game will be at Lincoln High School at 7:30. There is a game before at 5:30. There is a good chance this game will be sold out so you will want to get there early. See you there!

     

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  • Announcements for Tuesday, February 5

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 2/5/2019

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Congratulations

    On Saturday, February 2nd , students from Skyline band participated in Michigan Schools Band and Orchestra Association District solo & ensemble Festival showcasing the individual musical talents of Skyline musicians. Each solo or ensemble performs a prepared piece in front of a judge who is a professional in their respective fields, then receives feedback and a rating based on their performance. We are proud to announce that 55 events received First Division rating (the top rating given), and 5 events received Second Division rating. Those who received First Division now have the opportunity to perform at the State level Solo and Ensemble Festival. Congratulations to all the participants for their hard work and dedication.

     

    Attention 11th and 12th graders

    We are in need of student volunteers to lead building tours for incoming freshmen and their families attending Curriculum Night, this Wednesday. You can sign up for the 4:00-6:00 shift or the 6:20-8:20 shift or both. You will be paired with another student and one or more staff members and given a script to make it easy. Service hours are available. To sign-up, please complete the Curriculum Night student volunteer sign up link.

     

    Classes of 2020 and 2021!
    The Skyline Writing Center is now accepting applications for next school year.  If you’re interested in equity and social justice, serving our school and broader community, and joining a tight-knit team that believes in the power of writing to make social change, then Writing Center might be a good fit for you!  You can fill out an application on our website, skylinewritingcenter.org, or you can pick up a paper copy in the Writing Center, Room B429. Applications are due next Friday, February 8th.

    American Mathematics Competition

    Great news...with all of the missed days we have extended the deadline to sign up for the American Mathematics Competition 10 and 12. The tests will take place on Thursday, February 7, 2019. The cost is $5 per student. Students need to sign up and pay the fee by today! Space is limited to 20 students for the AMC 10 and 20 students for the AMC 12 so sign up now! To sign up please see your math teacher or see Mr. Nowitzke in room C-305.

     

    DECA

    There will be a mandatory meeting today after school in the BMIT Room. This is a mandatory meeting for all DECA members that are planning on attending the State Competition in Detroit.

     

    Winterfest Week!

    Today is Twin/Squad Day - staff please remember to fill out your google doc when announcements are done so grade level points can be taken. Yesterday's winners for Grout-fit day for students was 10th graders took first place and Diversity SLC for Staff. Tomorrow is: Vine - Meme Day, Thursday is Throw Back Thursday - Decades Day, Friday is Class Color Days: 9th grade is White, 10th grade is Sky Blue, 11th grade is Navy, 12th grade is Black, Staff is Gray.   If you would still like to purchase a Class or Sky Shirt or Hoodie those will be on sale at the dance ticket table for $12 and $35. There are limited sizes available.  SAS will be collecting money at lunch this week and at Skytime on Wednesday. This years charity is for U of M’s Mott's Childrens Hospital - Save a Heart. Let's help support Coach B’s daughter Simone and other babies like her who were born with a heart disease condition. All proceeds will be donated to the hospital for congenital heart disease. For each $1 a student donates, their name will be entered into a drawing. A winning student from each lunch, along with 3 of their friends, will get a free lunch with Coach B.

    Attention NHS

    Our trimester 2 meeting has been rescheduled for this Wednesday, Feb. 6th immediately after school in the auditorium.  Please be prompt. We have many important updates to discuss.

     

    Students and Staff

    Please Join the PTSO and SkyWell Club for a great presentation on winter weather driving safety. Welcome Officer Doug Martelle from the Ann Arbor Police Department with tips to share for drivers young and old. Tonight at 6pm in the library.  Prizes and Giveaways too!

     

    Community and Career Event

    Community and Careers at Skyline is coming soon! This event is on February 28. Fourteen professionals are coming to Skyline to meet, greet, and talk to students about career paths. Professionals include U.S. Department of Justice Lawyer, HR Manager from Zingerman’s, Dow Chemicals, firefighter, former police chief and private investigator, Eastern Michigan University Aviation, University of Michigan Nursing and more! Students who sign up will get free eats!! Sign up today at bit.ly/CommunityandCareers. Questions? See Ms. Barton or Ms. Haller. We hope to see you there!

     

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  • Announcements for Friday, February 1

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 2/1/2019

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    News from the Cube

    For students interested in learning about training as an Emergency Med Tech or Paramedic, Huron Valley Ambulatory Care will be presenting Tuesday Feb. 5th at 1:45 pm in the Cube. You'll need a pass from the Cube, and have your 5th hour teacher sign it.  

     

    Classes of 2020 and 2021!
    The Skyline Writing Center is now accepting applications for next school year.  If you’re interested in equity and social justice, serving our school and broader community, and joining a tight-knit team that believes in the power of writing to make social change, then Writing Center might be a good fit for you!  You can fill out an application on our website, skylinewritingcenter.org, or you can pick up a paper copy in the Writing Center, Room B429. Applications are due next Friday, February 8th.

    American Mathematics Competition

    Last day to  sign-up for the test next Thursday. Space is limited to 20 students for the AMC 10 and 20 students for the AMC 12 so sign up now! To sign up please see your math teacher or see Mr. Nowitzke in room C-305.

     

    Winterfest Week is next week!

    WinterFest Week 2019 starts next Monday 2/4! Spirit Days for next week are:

    Monday is Grout-fit Day, wear gray - like grout

    Tuesday is Twin/Squad Day

    Wednesday is Vine - Meme Day

    Thursday is Throw Back Thursday - Decades Day

    Friday is Class Color Days:  9th grade is White, 10th grade is Sky Blue, 11th grade is Navy, 12th grade is Black, Staff is Gray

     

    Sky SAS SNOWBALL Dance is Saturday February 9th -The dance is 7pm to 10pm and doors close at 8:30 - Dance ticket sales are Tuesday thru Friday next week at lunch for $10 cash or check. Tickets sales at the door of the dance are $15. All students and guests must have ID and ticket to enter the dance. The SNOWBALL dance is a semi-formal dance event. Dance guests forms are due Monday, February 4th by 3pm. - Also if you would still like to purchase a Class or Sky Shirt or Hoodie those will be on sale at the dance ticket table for $12 and $35. There are limited sizes available. Finally the WinterFest Pep Rally scheduled for next Friday has been cancelled. It was decided to cancel the pep rally due to missing 5 days of school the last two weeks. Many of you signed up to play in the basketball games and Tug of War - so we are sorry you won't have the opportunity to participate. If you have any questions about any events please see Mrs Bezeau in Room A115.

     

    Students and Staff

    Please Join the PTSO and SkyWell Club for a great presentation on winter weather driving safety. Welcome Officer Doug Martelle from the Ann Arbor Police Department with tips to share for drivers young and old. When: Tuesday February 5 Time: 6pm Where: Skyline Media Center Prizes and Giveaways too!

     

    Community and Career Event

    Ever think about what’s next after high school? Come to Skyline’s Community and Career Event on February 28. Fourteen professionals are coming to Skyline for you to meet, greet, and talk about career paths. Professionals include U.S. Department of Justice Lawyer, HR Manager from Zingerman’s, a cardiologist, firefighter, EMU Aviation, UofM Nursing and more. Students who sign up will receive a meal ticket for free eats!! Sign up today at bit.ly/CommunityandCareers. The Cs are capital. We hope to see you there! It will be a blast!

     

    Skyline Basketball

    Skyline Boys and Girls Basketball is at home tonight, Friday Feb 1st against Pioneer. Freshmen Boys and JV Girls at 4:00. JV Boys and Varsity Girls at 5:30. Varsity Boys at 7:00 pm. It will be great games with a great atmosphere! See you there!

     

    Boys Golf

    All boys interested in joining the golf team this spring should show up to our quick preseason meeting today at 3:00pm. Players and coach meeting in B206 (near Commons).

     

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  • Announcements for Friday, January 25

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 1/25/2019

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Time to Get Hype

    Get Hype: An Evening With Skyline Theatre is tonight! Snow and ice can’t stop a show this hot. Come out and laugh, tap your feet, and warm your heart as 40 talented Skyline students present songs and scenes from a variety of plays and musicals from Shakespeare to Hamilton and everything in between. Get Hype tonight at 7:30 at the Skyline Auditorium. Tickets available at the door.

     

    Basketball

    Skyline Basketball will take on Huron, at Huron, Friday Jan 25. Boys Freshmen and Girls JV at 4:00. Girls Varsity and Boys JV at 5:30. Boys Varsity at 7:00 pm. It will be a great night of basketball and lets show Skyline have the best student section there along with the best basketball teams!

     

    Open Space

    Good morning Eagles! Do you want to learn more about addiction? Would you like to talk with students from Skyline and EMU in a relaxed, lunch discussion setting to learn more? You are not alone, come and meet with Open Space! Formerly known as Pledge Club, Open Space works with the EMU Prevention Theater to learn and talk about substance abuse. We meet on Mondays, during late lunch only, in room A212. If you have early lunch, please see your counselor for a pass.

     

    DECA

    Attention all DECA members that are planning on attending the State Conferences. There is a mandatory meeting after school on Monday, January 28th.  Important information and paperwork for the conference will be distributed during this meeting.

     

    Boys Golf

    Rescheduled from snow day:  All boys interested in joining the golf team this spring should show up to our quick preseason meeting Monday, January 28 at 3:00pm. Players and coach meeting in A115 (Athletic/Health classroom). More information can be accessed in Athletic Office.

     

    Winterfest Week

    Winterfest Week is coming up in February including SAS's Snowball Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7pm to 10pm. Tickets will be $10 the week of and $15 at the door of the dance.  Dance guest forms are now located in SLC offices, main office, outside classroom A115 and on the Skyline Website under the student space tab. If you plan on bringing a guest to the dance please get those submitted as soon as possible, and make sure you have all of the correct signatures to avoid delays in approval. Guest forms are due in less than two weeks on Monday, February 4th by 3pm.  All Sky students and guests must have ID and ticket to enter the dance. If you have questions please see Mrs Bezeau in Room A115.

     

    Classes of 2020 and 2021
    The Skyline Writing Center is now accepting applications for next school year.  If you’re interested in equity and social justice, serving our school and broader community, and joining a tight-knit team that believes in the power of writing to make social change, then Writing Center might be a good fit for you!  You can fill out an application on our website, skylinewritingcenter.org, or you can pick up a paper copy in the Writing Center, Room B429. Applications are due Friday, February 8th.

    If you want more information about Writing Center and what it means to be part of our team, attend an information session in the Writing Center on Monday, January 28th during both lunches.  Current tutors will be there to talk about their experience and answer your questions. Food and drinks will be provided!

     

    For students taking AP classes

    There is a Bulletin for AP Students and Parents entitled Your Guide to the AP Program that is available in the SLC offices, the Cube and the Library. The brochure contains the AP testing calendar and an AP student checklist.

     

    American Mathematics Competition

    It's time once again to sign up for the American Mathematics Competition 10 and 12. The tests will take place on Thursday, February 7, 2019. The cost is $5 per student. Students need to sign-up by Friday, February 1, 2019. Space is limited to 20 students for the AMC 10 and 20 students for the AMC 12 so sign up now! To sign up please see your math teacher or see Mr. Nowitzke in room C-305.

     

    Juniors and Seniors

    Skyline High School will be hosting the AAPS Gap Year Fair in the commons on Monday, January 28th, starting at 6pm. Over 20 companies and non-profits will be available to discuss various GAP experiences.  

     

    Give Blood

    January is national blood donor month, however, the American Red Cross has recently issued an emergency call for blood donors due to the national shortage of blood. Luckily you can help. The Red Cross Club will be holding its second blood drive on January 31st in the Aux gym. You can sign up by referring to the posters posted around the school! You must be 16 or over to donate, but can be any age to volunteer. Sign up at bit.ly/bdrivevolunteer2 (no caps) for service hours.

     

    Seniors

    The Detroit News Outstanding HS Graduate Program has asked us to nominate students in the following categories for a $1,000 scholarship. To make sure we have not overlooked those who may meet specific criteria and have financial need, please let your COUNSELOR know if you would like to be considered by February 1 at the latest.. Categories are: Athletics Health Education Journalism Language Arts Mathematics Performing Arts Science Visual Arts World Studies Special Distinction

     

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