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  • Announcements for Tuesday January 28

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 1/28/2020

    Good Morning Skyline!

    Community and Careers

    Hey Skyline! Community and Careers sponsored by the Cube and BSU is coming soon! Have you signed up yet? We have many great professionals looking to talk to you! Free eats for all that sign up. Thursday, February 27 3pm- 6pm. Go to bit.ly/SkylineCareers2020. See Ms. Barton or Ms. Haller for details. 

     

    Writing Center

    The Writing Center is searching for students in Classes of 2021, 2022, and 2023 to join our team next year!  If you’re committed to social justice in our school and in our community, you can build strong relationships with your classmates, and want to be part of a close-knit team, you're the perfect person for Writing Center.

     

    To apply to be a tutor, fill out the quick application on skylinewritingcenter.org or pick up a paper application from the Writing Center.  Applications are due on Friday, January 31st.

     

    Remember: we *never* consider your grades, standardized test scores, or the number of AP classes you’re taking when you apply to be a tutor.  We believe that you’re more than a number and that everyone has great qualities to add to our team!

     

    Sky SAS WinterLand Spirit Week Updates: 

    Today is Tropical Tuesday - staff when announcements are done please fill out the google doc link in your email for the students in your 2nd hour who dressed for spirit day today.   Currently the 9th grade class is in the lead with 40 points! They took 1st place yesterday winning both the collection for the Koala Bear Tree Climb collecting $39.10 and having 33% of their class participate in Cozy day spirit day. Great job 9th grade! 

    Tomorrow is Decades Day  Thursday is Crazy Mash-up Day,  Friday is Class Color Day - 9th is White, 10th is Sky Blue, 11th is Navy, 12th is Black and Staff their SLC Color. 

    Continuing at lunch today students who participate in spirit day and are wearing at least 50% of their attire in spirit wear - can enter to win Target, Amazon or Subway gift cards. Yesterday the winners of the gift cards were Suzie Perkins at Early Lunch and Aaralyn Huhn at Late Lunch. Also at lunch each day this week and Skytime tomorrow SAS will be collecting money for grade level Jar Wars. Each grade level and staff will have a tree with a grade level koala bear on it.   All of the money collected will go to the Australian Red Cross and an animal rescue organization called WIRES. The first day total collected yesterday was $105. 20. 

     

    Skyline Crew

    This Saturday, February first, Skyline Crew is hosting its tenth annual dodgeball tournament! Get your friends together for a team of seven to ten, and sign up at annarbordodgeball.com. The tournament will be held in the Skyline gym, and donuts will be awarded to the winners, as well as the best dressed team. See you there! 

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Monday January 27th

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 1/27/2020

    Good Morning Skyline!

    DECA 

    There is a mandatory DECA meeting today in C205 after school. All students planning on attending the State Conference must attend this meeting.

     

    Community and Careers

    Hey Skyline! Community and Careers sponsored by the Cube and BSU is coming soon! Have you signed up yet? We have many great professionals looking to talk to you! Free eats for all that sign up. Thursday, February 27 3pm- 6pm. Go to bit.ly/SkylineCareers2020. See Ms. Barton or Ms. Haller for details. 

     

    Writing Center

    The Writing Center is searching for students in Classes of 2021, 2022, and 2023 to join our team next year!  If you’re committed to social justice in our school and in our community, you can build strong relationships with your classmates, and want to be part of a close-knit team, you're the perfect person for Writing Center.

     

    To apply to be a tutor, fill out the quick application on skylinewritingcenter.org or pick up a paper application from the Writing Center.  Applications are due on Friday, January 31st.

     

    Remember: we *never* consider your grades, standardized test scores, or the number of AP classes you’re taking when you apply to be a tutor.  We believe that you’re more than a number and that everyone has great qualities to add to our team!

     

    Sky SAS WinterLand Spirit Week 

    Today is PJ Cozy Day-  staff when announcements are done please fill out the google doc link in your email for the students in your 2nd hour who dressed for spirit day today.  

    Tomorrow-Tropical Tuesday 

    Wednesday-Decades Day 

    Thursday-Crazy Mash-up Day wearing mismatched clothes, crazy hats, ties, etc. 

    Friday -Class Color Day (9th is White, 10th is Sky Blue, 11th is Navy, 12th is Black and Staff wears their SLC Color

    Each day at lunch students who participate in spirit day, and at least 50% of their attire is spirit wear - can enter to win Target, Amazon or Subway gift cards in a drawing at the end of their lunch each day. Also at lunch each day this week and Skytime on Wednesday SAS will be collecting money for grade level Jar Wars. Each grade level and staff will have a tree with a grade level koala bear on it.   All of the money collected will go to the Australian Red Cross and an animal rescue organization called WIRES.  

    Pep Rally is this Friday. The Junior class will compete with the Senior class in a Basketball game. Also all Sky students will have several chances to win Sky gear during the pep rally! Looking forward to a fun and spirited week! As always if you have questions please see Mrs Bezeau in room A115.  

     

    Skyline Crew

    This Saturday, February first, Skyline Crew is hosting its tenth annual dodgeball tournament! Get your friends together for a team of seven to ten, and sign up at annarbordodgeball.com. The tournament will be held in the Skyline gym, and donuts will be awarded to the winners, as well as the best dressed team. See you there! 

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Friday January 24th

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 1/24/2020

    Good Morning Skyline! 

     

    Community and Careers

    Hey Skyline! Community and Careers sponsored by the Cube and BSU is coming soon! Have you signed up yet? We have many great professionals looking to talk to you! Free eats for all that sign up. Thursday, February 27 3pm- 6pm. Go to bit.ly/SkylineCareers2020. See Ms. Barton or Ms. Haller for details. 

     

    Writing Center

    The Writing Center is searching for students in Classes of 2021, 2022, and 2023 to join our team next year!  If you’re committed to social justice in our school and in our community, you can build strong relationships with your classmates, and want to be part of a close-knit team, you're the perfect person for Writing Center.

     

    To apply to be a tutor, fill out the quick application on skylinewritingcenter.org or pick up a paper application from the Writing Center.  Applications are due on Friday, January 31st.

     

    Remember: we *never* consider your grades, standardized test scores, or the number of AP classes you’re taking when you apply to be a tutor.  We believe that you’re more than a number and that everyone has great qualities to add to our team!

     

    BBall

    The Boys and Girls Basketball teams are at Huron this Friday Jan 24. At 4:00 pm the freshmen boys and JV girls play. At 5:30 the JV boys and Varsity Girls play. The Varsity boys play at 7:00 pm. Let's have a huge student section and a ton of fun at Huron! Go Eagles!

     

    Seniors

    Please check out the senior photos and quotes posted in the Commons. If you have anything you would like to change before those pages go to print, email skylineyearbook20@gmail.com by this Friday.

     

    Juniors and Seniors

    Please sign up to donate blood and you can help save lives! The University of Michigan Mott Children's Hospital is in dire need of blood, and you can help. Go to redcrossblood.org and use the code "Skyline" to sign up for a timeslot. You must be at least 17 years old and weigh 110 pounds. The blood drive is all day on Thursday, January 30th in the Aux Gym. We hope to see you there!

     

    National Economics Challenge

    Have you already taken or are you currently taking AP Economics? Interested in representing Skyline in the National Economics Challenge? A short qualifying test will be taking place after school on Wednesday Jan. 29 in A304.  Sign up to compete for Skyline at the National Economics Challenge! Sign up at bit.ly/SkylineEcon or in Ms. Vaughn's room, A 304.  

     

    Cooking Club

    Cooking Club has a meeting this Friday after school in room A315. We will be making fried chicken and waffles! The cost is $2. See you Friday for some chicken and waffles!

     

    Sky SAS WinterLand Spirit Week 2020 is next week! 

    Spirit Days: 

    Monday-Cozy Day wearing PJ's and bringing your stuffed animals. 

    Tuesday-Tropical Tuesday 

    Wednesday-Decades Day 

    Thursday-Crazy Mash-up Day wearing mismatched clothes, crazy hats, ties, etc. 

    Friday -Class Color Day (9th is White, 10th is Sky Blue, 11th is Navy, 12th is Black and Staff wears their SLC Color

     

    Each day at lunch students who participate in spirit day, and at least 50% of their attire is spirit wear - can enter to win gift cards in a drawing at the end of their lunch each day. We normally keep our SAS fundraising efforts local to Skyline and the Ann Arbor area. But this event we wanted to extend our charity donations to Australia, since they have had such a devastating impact from wildfires. There will be a Jar Wars competition between the four grade levels and staff. Each grade level and the staff will have a tree with a grade level koala bear on it. Each day money will be collected at lunch and Skytime. Money will be counted at the end of late lunch each day. The grade level and staff koala bear will move up the tree for every $25 donated. The goal is to see who can collect the most money and move furthest up the tree The trees with the bears will be on the wall around the corner of the elevator in the commons. 

    Pep Rally is next Friday. The Junior class will compete with the Senior class in a Basketball game.  We have a few more spots for both teams so if you are interested in playing please ask one of your teachers for the link that was in Wednesday's Skytime lesson, the deadline tomorrow at 2:45pm. You cannot be a winter season athlete to participate.

     

    Also all Sky students will have several chances to win Sky gear during the pep rally! Looking forward to a fun and spirited week! As always if you have questions please see Mrs Bezeau in room A115.  

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

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  • Announcements for Thursday January 23rd

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 1/23/2020

    Good Morning Skyline! 

     

    Seniors

    Please check out the senior photos and quotes posted in the Commons. If you have anything you would like to change before those pages go to print, email skylineyearbook20@gmail.com by this Friday.

     

    Juniors and Seniors

    Please sign up to donate blood and you can help save lives! The University of Michigan Mott Children's Hospital is in dire need of blood, and you can help. Go to redcrossblood.org and use the code "Skyline" to sign up for a timeslot. You must be at least 17 years old and weigh 110 pounds. The blood drive is all day on Thursday, January 30th in the Aux Gym. We hope to see you there!

     

    National Economics Challenge

    Have you already taken or are you currently taking AP Economics? Interested in representing Skyline in the National Economics Challenge? A short qualifying test will be taking place on Wednesday January 29 in A 304. Sign up to compete for Skyline at the National Economics Challenge! Sign up at bit.ly/SkylineEcon or in Ms. Vaughn's room, A 304.  

     

    JSA

    Interested in current events or debate? Join us after school today in Ms. Barton’s room, C417, for Junior State of America! This week’s topic is “Should the US adopt a universal basic income policy?” See you Thursday!

     

    Cooking Club

    Cooking Club has a meeting this Friday after school in room A315. We will be making fried chicken and waffles! The cost is $2. See you Friday for some chicken and waffles!

     

    Sky SAS WinterLand Spirit Week 2020 is next week! 

    Spirit Days: 

    Monday-Cozy Day wearing PJ's and bringing your stuffed animals. 

    Tuesday-Tropical Tuesday 

    Wednesday-Decades Day 

    Thursday-Crazy Mash-up Day wearing mismatched clothes, crazy hats, ties, etc. 

    Friday -Class Color Day (9th is White, 10th is Sky Blue, 11th is Navy, 12th is Black and Staff wears their SLC Color

     

    Each day at lunch students who participate in spirit day, and at least 50% of their attire is spirit wear - can enter to win gift cards in a drawing at the end of their lunch each day. We normally keep our SAS fundraising efforts local to Skyline and the Ann Arbor area. But this event we wanted to extend our charity donations to Australia, since they have had such a devastating impact from wildfires. There will be a Jar Wars competition between the four grade levels and staff. Each grade level and the staff will have a tree with a grade level koala bear on it. Each day money will be collected at lunch and Skytime. Money will be counted at the end of late lunch each day. The grade level and staff koala bear will move up the tree for every $25 donated. The goal is to see who can collect the most money and move furthest up the tree The trees with the bears will be on the wall around the corner of the elevator in the commons. 

    Pep Rally is next Friday. The Junior class will compete with the Senior class in a Basketball game.  We have a few more spots for both teams so if you are interested in playing please ask one of your teachers for the link that was in Wednesday's Skytime lesson, the deadline tomorrow at 2:45pm. You cannot be a winter season athlete to participate.

     

    Also all Sky students will have several chances to win Sky gear during the pep rally! Looking forward to a fun and spirited week! As always if you have questions please see Mrs Bezeau in room A115.  

     

    Boys Golf

    Any boys interested in trying out for the golf team this spring should attend the pre-season meeting today at 2:45pm in the Commons



    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day

     

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  • Announcements for Wednesday January 22nd

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 1/22/2020

     

    Good Morning Skyline! 

     

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to Anshi Pacha and Adavaith Balaji for their stellar performance at U of M's Model UN! Both received verbal commendations in their respective delegations. Overall there were more than 700 students involved and Anshi and Adavaith were recognized with honors. Excellent job representing Skyline!

     

    Are you a skilled musician that wants to be part of a great show? 

    Join Pit Orchestra to play for the musical Little Mermaid. Information is posted on the bulletin board by the band and orchestra room located in the C wing of the 1st floor.  

     

    Reminder 

    The AAPS Gap Year Fair will be held here tonight from 6-8 pm in the Commons. 

     

    Seniors

    Please check out the senior photos and quotes posted in the Commons. If you have anything you would like to change before those pages go to print, email skylineyearbook20@gmail.com by this Friday.

     

    Attention Juniors! 

    Free drop-in SAT Prep is offered every Thursday before school and after school in the Library. Stop by for some dedicated time to prep for the upcoming SAT. See Ms Szurek or Ms Hill if you have questions.  

     

    JSA

    Interested in current events or debate? Join us after school every Thursday in Ms. Barton’s room, C417, for Junior State of America! This week’s topic is “Should the US adopt a universal basic income policy?” See you Thursday!

     

    Boys Golf

    Any boys interested in trying out for the golf team this spring should attend the pre-seaon meeting tomorrow at 2:45pm in the Commons



    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Tuesday January 21st

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 1/21/2020

    Good Morning Skyline!

     

    Attention Skyline lunchtime book club members! 

    Book Club is meeting today at lunch in the main office conference room.  

     

    Are you a skilled musician that wants to be part of a great show? 

    Join Pit Orchestra to play for the musical Little Mermaid. Information is posted on the bulletin board by the band and orchestra room located in the C wing of the 1st floor.  

     

    Reminder 

    The AAPS Gap Year Fair will be held here at Skyline HS this Wednesday from 6-8 pm in the Commons. 

     

    Seniors

    Please check out the senior photos and quotes posted in the Commons. If you have anything you would like to change before those pages go to print, email skylineyearbook20@gmail.com by this Friday.

     

    Summer Job 

    Washtenaw County Road Commission is looking for help this summer. You must be 18 years old to work for the road commission but you can apply now. Visit https://wcrc.workbrightats.com/jobs/ to apply.

     

    Boys Golf

    Any boys interested in trying out for the golf team this spring should attend the pre-seaon meeting this Thursday at 2:45pm in the Commons



    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Monday January 20th

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 1/20/2020

    Good Morning Skyline! 

     

    Attention Skyline lunchtime book club members! 

    Book Club is meeting today at lunch in the main office conference room.  

     

    Are you a skilled musician that wants to be part of a great show? 

    Join Pit Orchestra to play for the musical Little Mermaid. Information is posted on the bulletin board by the band and orchestra room located in the C wing of the 1st floor.  

     

    Reminder 

    The AAPS Gap Year Fair will be held here at Skyline HS this Wednesday from 6-8 pm in the Commons. 

     

    Seniors

    Please check out the senior photos and quotes posted in the Commons. If you have anything you would like to change before those pages go to print, email skylineyearbook20@gmail.com by this Friday.

     

    Summer Job 

    Washtenaw County Road Commission is looking for help this summer. You must be 18 years old to work for the road commission but you can apply now. Visit https://wcrc.workbrightats.com/jobs/ to apply.

     

    Boys Golf

    Any boys interested in trying out for the golf team this spring should attend the pre-seaon meeting this Thursday at 2:45pm in the Commons



    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Friday January 17th

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 1/17/2020

    Good Morning Skyline! 

    Martin Luther King Jr Trivia

    Martin Luther King spent his wedding night in a funeral parlor. When King married his wife, Coretta Scott, in her father's backyard in 1953, there was virtually no hotel in Marion, Alabama that would welcome a newlywed black couple. A friend of Coretta's happened to be an undertaker, and invited the Kings to stay at one of the guest rooms at his funeral parlor.

    Magnet Week

    Applications are available online at bit.ly/SkylineMagnetApplication. Online applications are due today by 3:00pm.

    WISE

    Interested in becoming a scientist or engineer? Want to help educate the youth about careers in STEM? Join the Women in Science and Engineering Club! We meet today in Mrs. Warner's room, C412, and all genders are welcome!

    Mathematics Competition

    The American Mathematics Competition is coming to Skyline. The cost is $5 to enter. Please talk to your math teacher or Mr. Nowitzke in room C305 if you would like to sign up for this competition. The AMC 10 and the AMC 12 are both available. The test will be during 1st and 2nd period on Wednesday February 5, 2020.

    Math Mentoring

    Do you have a desire to help others gain an appreciation for learning and loving math? Please apply to be a member of our Mentoring in the Mathematics Classroom program. Applications are available through your math teacher, counselor or in A310. Looking forward to meeting you!

    Seniors

    Please check out the senior photos and quotes posted in the Commons. If you have anything you would like to change before those pages go to print, email skylineyearbook20@gmail.com by Friday, January 24."

    Community and Careers

    Hey Skyline, the second annual career event, Community and Careers at Skyline is coming soon! Thursday, February 27 3pm- 6pm. Many professionals are scheduled to come talk about their passion and what it takes to make it happen. This includes U of M Robotics, an ER Pediatrician, Web Designer, Canvas and Graphic Artist, EMU Aviation and more. Free pizza and snacks for those who participate. Sign up NOW at bit.ly/SkylineCareers2020. See Ms. Barton, Ms. Haller, or a BSU member for details.

    Boys Golf

    Any boys interested in trying out for the golf team this spring should attend the preseaon meeting Thursday, January 23 at 2:45pm in the Commons

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

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  • Announcements for Thursday January 16th

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 1/16/2020

    Good Morning Skyline!

    Martin Luther King Jr Trivia

    He won a Grammy award.  King outwardly opposed the US involvement in Vietnam.  One of King's most controversial addresses actually received a ton of praise. The speech, bluntly titled "Why I am Opposed to the War in Vietnam," was recorded on vinyl and earned King a Grammy nod for Best Spoken Word Album

     

    Magnet Week 

    Applications are available online at bit.ly/SkylineMagnetApplication.  Online applications are due tomorrow by 3:00pm.

     

    Attention Juniors! 

    Free drop-in SAT Prep is offered every Thursday before school and after school in the Library. Stop by for some dedicated time to prep for the upcoming SAT. See Ms Szurek or Ms Hill if you have questions.  

     

    Fashion Club

    Attention Fashion Club members as well as anyone interested in learning to create your own clothing or accessories: The Fashion Club is meeting today after school in Room A317. See Ms Hill in the Library if you have any questions. 

     

    Mathematics Competition

    The American Mathematics Competition is coming to Skyline. The cost is $5 to enter. Please talk to your math teacher or Mr. Nowitzke in room C305 if you would like to sign up for this competition. The AMC 10 and the AMC 12 are both available. The test will be during 1st and 2nd period on Wednesday February 5, 2020. 

     

    Tech free lunch

    This month's "tech free" lunch period will be held tomorrow during both early and late lunch. Feel free to place your phone in the bags provided by the PBIS committee or in your pocket or bookbag. "Drop the tech, let's connect." 

     

    Math Mentoring

    Do you have a desire to help others gain an appreciation for learning and loving math? Please apply to be a member of our Mentoring in the Mathematics Classroom program. Applications are available through your math teacher, counselor or in A310. Looking forward to meeting you!

     

    JSA

    Interested in current events or debate? Join us after school today in Ms. Barton’s room, C417, for Junior State of America! This week’s topic is “Is the 2020 Presidential race headed in a positive direction? Is it good for voters?” 

     

    Community and Careers

    Hey Skyline, the second annual career event, Community and Careers at Skyline is coming soon! Thursday, February 27 3pm- 6pm. Many professionals are scheduled to come talk about their passion and what it takes to make it happen. This includes U of M Robotics, an ER Pediatrician, Web Designer, Canvas and Graphic Artist, EMU Aviation and more. Free pizza and snacks for those who participate. Sign up NOW at bit.ly/SkylineCareers2020. See Ms. Barton, Ms. Haller, or a BSU member for details. 

     

    Boys Golf

    Any boys interested in trying out for the golf team this spring should attend the preseaon meeting Thursday, January 23 at 2:45pm in the Commons

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day

     

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  • Announcement for Wednesday January 15th

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 1/15/2020

    Good Morning Skyline!

    Martin Luther King Jr Trivia

    One of his first jobs was at a newspaper.  From an early age, King already had an established paper route. His work ethic allowed him to be promoted to assistant manager for The Atlanta Journal delivery station at age 13.

     

    Magnet Week 

    Applications are available online at bit.ly/SkylineMagnetApplication.  Online applications are due this Friday, January 17th by 3:00pm.

     

    Fashion Club

    Attention Fashion Club members as well as anyone interested in learning to create your own clothing or accessories: The Fashion Club is meeting this Thursday after school in Room A317. See Ms Hill in the Library if you have any questions. 

     

    Community Resource Course

    The Community Resource (CR) Course application deadline for 2nd Semester is this Friday, January 17. These individually created courses allow students to learn outside of the building and get AAPS credit for meeting with a qualified community member. Applications and syllabus must be approved by the CR office at CHS on the semester schedule. Trimester CRs are not possible.

     

    News from the Cube

    Attention seniors. Washtenaw Community College will be here today at 2 pm in the Cube. Please come if you have questions, want help with your application, or need help with FAFSA and ordering your transcript. 

     

    Skyline Theater

    Auditions for Skyline Theatre's BlueSky Playwright Festival are today at 4:15 - 6:00pm in the experimental theater with possible callbacks on Friday, January 17. The plays selected for performance are “Seed Sorters” by Maggie Lareau, “Triple Date” by Ben Bower, “Vibe Check” by Matthew McMorrough and “Comedy Sketch” by Karpu Palamiappan along with “Pardon My Spaceship” by Mr. Brockie.  Audition materials and requirements are located on the theatre website skylineHStheatre.org

     

    Mathematics Competition

    The American Mathematics Competition is coming to Skyline. The cost is $5 to enter. Please talk to your math teacher or Mr. Nowitzke in room C305 if you would like to sign up for this competition. The AMC 10 and the AMC 12 are both available. The test will be during 1st and 2nd period on Wednesday February 5, 2020. 

     

    Tech free lunch

    This month's "tech free" lunch period will be held Friday during both early and late lunch. Feel free to place your phone in the bags provided by the PBIS committee or in your pocket or bookbag. "Drop the tech, let's connect." 



    Math Mentoring

    Do you have a desire to help others gain an appreciation for learning and loving math? Please apply to be a member of our Mentoring in the Mathematics Classroom program. Applications are available through your math teacher, counselor or in A310. Looking forward to meeting you!

     

    JSA

    Interested in current events or debate? Join us after school every Thursday in Ms. Barton’s room, C417, for Junior State of America! This week’s topic is “Is the 2020 Presidential race headed in a positive direction? Is it good for voters?” See you Thursday!

     

    Community and Careers

    Hey Skyline, the second annual career event, Community and Careers at Skyline is coming soon! Thursday, February 27 3pm- 6pm. Many professionals are scheduled to come talk about their passion and what it takes to make it happen. This includes U of M Robotics, an ER Pediatrician, Web Designer, Canvas and Graphic Artist, EMU Aviation and more. Free pizza and snacks for those who participate. Sign up NOW at bit.ly/SkylineCareers2020. See Ms. Barton, Ms. Haller, or a BSU member for details. 

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day

     

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