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  • Announcements for Friday November 15

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/15/2019

    Good Morning Skyline!

     

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to our varsity girls volleyball team who beat Novi 3-0 in the Regional Finals to win Skyline”s first regional Championship in Volleyball. The ladies now advance to the quarter finals next Tuesday at 6:00pm. This match will be played at Huron High School and we hope to have a big crowd supporting our girls!  Go Eagles.

     

    Shakespeare in Love!

    Skyline Theatre presents the story of a young Will Shakespeare before he became the world-famous playwright. Based on the 1998 best picture winning movie, "Shakespeare in Love".  Opens tonight in the Skyline Auditorium with additional performances Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday at 2 PM. Student and staff tickets only $8!

     

    SAS Gobbles for Good Food Donation Fund Drive

    SAS Gobbles for Good Food Fund Drive is at $619! Today will be the last day that we will collect during lunches. Please continue to support our efforts to raise money to help those in need. All proceeds will benefit Food Gatherers and Sky Food Pantry. Thank you!

     

    Ski and Snowboard Club

    If you're interested in joining the ski and snowboard club, come to the intro meeting next Tuesday (November 19th) right after school in room B406. All levels are welcome.

     

    Skyline Boys Basketball 

    The Skyline Boys Basketball tryouts begin next Monday Nov 18 after school 3:00-5:00. All players trying out must be fully registered online with required information, doctor physical and payments complete. Players will not be able to tryout until it is finalized by the athletic office. 

     

    Athletes interested in Track & Field 

    We will be having an important informational meeting next Wednesday (11/20) after school in the Commons to go over the upcoming season and discuss the indoor winter conditioning schedule. Please see Coach Ro with any questions.

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

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  • Announcements for Thursday November 14

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/14/2019

    Good Morning Skyline!

     

    Seniors

    Mrs Haller has a request from the Cube. If you are done using your SAT/ACT testing prep books, please consider donating them to the Cube for our juniors in need of these. The ACT Red Book and the SAT Blue Book are the two most in demand. You can drop them off any time between 8:30 and 4. Thank you!

     

    Tri-M

    There is a Tri-M meeting today at 7 pm in the orchestra room! All Tri-M members should come or check in with Mrs. Murray if you’re going to be absent

     

    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 “What should be the American reaction to events in Bolivia?” See you after school!

     

    SAS Gobbles for Good Food Donation Fund Drive

    SAS Gobbles for Goods Fund Drive Update! Amazing day yesterday between Skytime and Lunch donations - our two day total is at $538!!! We are 1/3 of the way to our school wide goal of $1500! Please continue to donate today and tomorrow during lunch so we can continue to add to our beautiful colorful turkey in the commons! 

     

    Athletes interested in Track & Field 

    We will be having an important informational meeting on Wednesday (11/20) after school in the Commons to go over the upcoming season and discuss the indoor winter conditioning schedule. Please see Coach Ro with any questions.

     

    Skyline Boys & Girls Bowling 

    The Boys and Girls Bowling informational meeting is today in room A212 during first lunch and second lunch. Bring your lunch and come find out more about the most fun and inclusive sport around. Bowling!  All skill levels and all grades are welcome. 

     

    Attention all

    Natural Helpers (Free) Two Day Peer2Peer Training for Teens is coming up Nov 29 at 9:00 AM – Nov 30 at 6:00 PM in Chelsea and we'd like to invite you to join us! Are you a teenager? Do you work with teens, care for a teen, know a teen? Can you please suggest they attend this important Natural Helpers Workshop over Thanksgiving break in a few weeks? All students can benefit from this teen focused and teen centric, informal workshop. The Washtenaw County #4HTechChangemaker group (a county wide 4H group with a student base in Chelsea) is hosting this teen workshop in conjunction with their ongoing work to destigmatize mental health issues! If you are interested in participating, donating, volunteering, or helping spread the word - please reach out to the contact information found on the Skyline Facebook and Twitter pages.

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Wednesday November 13

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/13/2019

    Good Morning Skyline!

     

    Congratulations 2019 NAACP Freedom Fund Scholars

    Skyline students who qualified to be invited to the 2019 NAACP Freedom Fund Scholars Dinner held Sunday Nov. 3rd had to have maintained a 3.2 or higher GPA during the past school year.  These Scholars are:

    Oluwaseun Ajepe

    Sasha Akuezue

    Richard Baker

    Olivia Banks

    Jean-Marc Baoh

    Wesley Barron

    Georgia Bates

    Ayanna Bell

    Felix Benki

    Jasmine Brocks-Matthews

    Thailyn Brown

    Ashton Burton

    Rachel Carethers

    Nashon Casares

    Christopher Cayton

    Sydney Cunningham

    Ariel Daniel

    Madison Davenport

    Jermaine Davis

    Danielle Davis

    Helena Digue

    Heavyn Dyer-Jones

    Nicholi Eliaszewicz

    Trey Ellis

    Christopher Emerson

    Ivey Ewang

    Brooklyn Fleming

    Kyle Foster

    Brianna Fultz

    Sean Genewick

    Iman Hathaway

    Jahi Hawkins

    Tyrell Henderson

    Chala House

    Jordan Hunter

    John Jemison-Blais

    Morgan Jenkins

    Lauren Jules

    Temidun Kolawole

    Henry Lukela

    Gabriella Mack

    Eryn Marquardt

    Quincy Menz

    Lily Moore

    Kendall Murray

    Matayia Newbern

    Danielle Okeke

    Zachariah Olson

    Sydney Powell

    Jenna Reid

    Caleb Sauers

    Samuel Sebyala

    Radha Selassie

    Marcus Shaw

    Gianna Shipp

    Julian Singleton

    Felicity Sorenson

    Alia Tracy

    Stacie Warner

    Brooklyn Warren

    Corey Whitehorn

    Leyla Williams

    Denver Williams

    Alexys Wilson

    Maya Wooley

     

    Congratulations Skyline Speech and Debate Club

    Skyline Speech and Debate has been busy lately! After West Bloomfield, they debated at Wayne State and then U-M. So far, Speaker Awards have gone to Cole Flowers, Elijah Kaufman, Kenichi Lobbezoo, and Brady LaRoe, and at U-M the team of Elijah and Kenichi also made it into quarter-finals! There were more than 240 debaters, from 21 different states. They’re off again this weekend to Birmingham Groves; go Eagles! 

     

    Seniors

    Mrs Haller has a request from the Cube. If you are done using your SAT/ACT testing prep books, please consider donating them to the Cube for our juniors in need of these. The ACT Red Book and the SAT Blue Book are the two most in demand. You can drop them off any time between 8:30 and 4. Thank you!

     

    Attention Link Leaders! 

    Please plan to attend a mandatory Link Leader meeting tomorrow. The meeting will be held before school at 7:15 in the Library and after school at 2:45 in Mr Shannon's room. You may attend either meeting.





    Tri-M

    There is a Tri-M meeting tomorrow at 7 pm in the orchestra room! All Tri-M members should come or check in with Mrs. Murray if you’re going to be ab

     

    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 “What should be the American reaction to events in Bolivia?” See you tomorrow!

     

    SAS Gobbles for Good Food Donation Fund Drive

    Collections continue today during Skytime for SAS Gobbles for Goods Fund Drive. Proceeds will go to Food Gatherers and the Sky Food Pantry. We collected a little over $88.00 during lunches on Monday.  This is a grade level class competition to see who can collect the most money to donate for food purchases. A large turkey with a scenic background will be on the wall near elevator. As students and staff donate they will put their donation tabs on the turkey or in the background of the turkey. Each grade level will be represented by a different fall color: 9th grade - Green, 10th grade - Yellow, 11th grade - Orange, 12th grade - Red, Staff - Beige You will receive a tab item to write your name on and fill in our turkey and scenic background: $1 donation is a turkey feather, $5 donation is a fall leaf, $10 donation is a pilgrim hat, $20 donation is a hand drawn turkey - like you used to make in elementary school! At end of the drive one student from each grade level who donated and wrote their name down on the $1 or $5 tab items will be put into a drawing to win a Sky t-shirt. Also 1 student from each grade level who donated to the $10 or $20 tab items will win a Sky Hoodie. Our school wide goal is $1,500.00!

     

    Skyline Field Hockey

    The cold weather is fast approaching but have no worries, the Skyline Field Hockey team will keep you warm! Please support our fundraising efforts by purchasing Skyline High School spirit wear.  Most pieces can be customized with additional embroidery. You can add your favorite academic department, club, music department (band, choir or orchestra) or athletic team to make your own customized apparel.These items can be great holiday gifts too!

    Go to  https://skyline.ksetees.com/ to order now.  The deadline to order is Tuesday, November 19th.  All orders will be completed within two weeks of placing order. Please allow for additional shipping time. If you have any questions regarding items or your order, please email: susanmidwest@aol.com

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Monday November 11

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/11/2019

    Good Morning Skyline! 


    Seniors

    Mrs Haller has a request from the Cube. If you are done using your SAT/ACT testing prep books, please consider donating them to the Cube for our juniors in need of these. The ACT Red Book and the SAT Blue Book are the two most in demand. You can drop them off any time between 8:30 and 4. Thank you!


    Attention Link Leaders! 

    Please plan to attend a mandatory Link Leader meeting on Thursday. The meeting will be held before school at 7:15 in the Library and after school at 2:45 in Mr Shannon's room. You may attend either meeting.


    SAS Gobbles for Good Food Donation Fund Drive

    Collections will start today during lunch for SAS Gobbles for Goods Fund Drive. Proceeds will go to Food Gatherers and the Sky Food Pantry. This is a grade level class competition to see who can collect the most money to donate for food purchases. A large turkey with a scenic background will be on the wall near elevator. As students and staff donate they will put their donation tabs on the turkey or in the background of the turkey. Each grade level will be represented by a different fall color: 9th grade - Green, 10th grade - Yellow, 11th grade - Orange, 12th grade - Red, Staff - Beige You will receive a tab item to write your name on and fill in our turkey and scenic background: $1 donation is a turkey feather, $5 donation is a fall leaf, $10 donation is a pilgrim hat, $20 donation is a hand drawn turkey - like you used to make in elementary school! At end of the drive one student from each grade level who donated and wrote their name down on the $1 or $5 tab items will be put into a drawing to win a Sky t-shirt. Also 1 student from each grade level who donated to the $10 or $20 tab items will win a Sky Hoodie. Our school wide goal is $1,500.00!


    Skyline Boys & Girls Bowling 

    The Boys and Girls Bowling informational meeting is tomorrow in room A212 during first lunch and second lunch. Bring your lunch and come find out more about the most fun and inclusive sport around. Bowling!  All skill levels and all grades are welcome. 


    AAPS Student Building Program 10th Annual Pancake Supper

    This fundraising event is designed to improve awareness of the AASBIP and will provide scholarship opportunities for students who wish to attend college in a construction related field of study.  Event takes place on Tues. Nov. 19th from 5-7:30pm at Pioneer High School. $8 per ticket or $7 each if buying 10 or more.  


    Are you a 9th, 10th, or 11th grader who wants to be an environmental leader in AAPS? Apply to become part of the inaugural “Pilot Team” for the Freeman Environmental Education Center Youth Council.  Collaborate with students from all AAPS high schools around critical environmental issues and action projects! Learn more at ttps://sites.google.com/a/aaps.k12.mi.us/enved/home.  Apply at ttps://tinyurl.com/freemanyouthcouncil. APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 4, 2019

    Questions? Please email ambrosinoc@aaps.k12.mi.us


    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     
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  • Announcements for Friday November 8th

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/8/2019

    Good Morning Skyline! 

     

    Attention seniors! 

    Your senior photos are due today. If you do not submit a photo, the yearbook staff will use your school photo instead. See Mrs. Ray in A306 with any questions. 

     

    Rising Scholars Event

    The Rising Scholars present our second annual Saturday School, tomorrow from 8:30-11:30am. Come and get help from teachers. Grab a quick breakfast and get things done before the deadline to turn in all work for the trimester approaches.

     

    Skyline Yearbook

    Skyline Yearbook needs your help figuring out who the school mascot is! If you know who’s behind the mask or want to frame one of your friends, fill out our survey at bit.ly/ybmascot, all lowercase. Again, that’s bit.ly/ybmascot. Look for the Eagle Exposed page in the yearbook this spring to find out if you guessed correct!

     

    Skyline Theatre 

    Skyline Theatre  is excited to announce the Blue Sky New Works Festival. We are seeking original plays and monologues written by Skyline students to be performed as part of this upcoming event. Student written plays should run between five to ten minutes and monologues no longer than three minutes. Submissions are due by the end of the day Thursday, December 12 and can be sent to blueskynewworks@gmail.com Selected scripts and monologues will be performed on stage by Skyline students later this year. Get creative and get writing!

     

    SAS Gobbles for Good Food Donation Fund Drive

    Collections will take place all next week during both lunches and during Skytime on Wednesday. Proceeds will go to Food Gatherers and the Sky Food Pantry. This is a grade level class competition to see who can collect the most money. A large turkey with a scenic background will be on the wall right around the corner of the elevator. As students and staff donate they will put their donation tabs on the turkey or in the background of the turkey. Each grade level will be represented by a different fall color: 9th grade - Green, 10th grade - Yellow, 11th grade - Orange, 12th grade - Red, Staff - Beige You will receive a tab item to write your name on and fill in our turkey and scenic background: $1 donation is a turkey feather, $5 donation is a fall leaf, $10 donation is a pilgrim hat, $20 donation is a hand drawn turkey - like you used to make in elementary school! At end of fund drive event one student from each grade level who donated and wrote their name down on the $1 or $5 tab items will be put into a drawing to win a Sky t-shirt. Also 1 student from each grade level who donated to the $10 or $20 tab items will win a Sky Hoodie. Our school wide goal is $1,500.00!

     

    Skyline Boys & Girls Bowling 

    The Boys and Girls Bowling informational meeting date has been changed from today (Friday) to Tuesday, 11/12 in room A212 during first lunch and second lunch. Bring your lunch and come find out more about the most fun and inclusive sport around. Bowling!  All skill levels and all grades are welcome. 

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday November 7th

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/7/2019

    Good Morning Skyline!

    Attention seniors! 

    Your senior photos are due by tomorrow. If you do not submit a photo, the yearbook staff will use your school photo instead. Photos should be of the head and shoulders (no profile shots) with a 300 DPI or higher resolution. Please submit your photo to http://www.yearbooknerds.com/skyline-high-school. See Mrs. Ray in A306 with any questions. 

     

    Rising Scholars Event

    The Rising Scholars present our second annual Saturday School, this Saturday from 8:30-11:30am. Come and get help from teachers. Grab a quick breakfast and get things done before the deadline to turn in all work for the trimester approaches.

     

    Skyline Yearbook

    Skyline Yearbook needs your help figuring out who the school mascot is! If you know who’s behind the mask or want to frame one of your friends, fill out our survey at bit.ly/ybmascot, all lowercase. Again, that’s bit.ly/ybmascot. Look for the Eagle Exposed page in the yearbook this spring to find out if you guessed correct!

     

    Skyline Theatre 

    Skyline Theatre  is excited to announce the Blue Sky New Works Festival. We are seeking original plays and monologues written by Skyline students to be performed as part of this upcoming event. Student written plays should run between five to ten minutes and monologues no longer than three minutes. Submissions are due by the end of the day Thursday, December 12 and can be sent to blueskynewworks@gmail.com Selected scripts and monologues will be performed on stage by Skyline students later this year. Get creative and get writing!

     

    JSA

    Interested in current events or debate? Join us after school today in Ms. Barton’s room, C417, for Junior State of America! For today’s meeting, the topic is “What role should globalization play in America’s future?” See you there!

     

    SAS Gobbles for Good Food Donation Fund Drive

    Collections will take place next week starting Monday November 11th thru Friday November 15 at both lunches and during Skytime on Wednesday November 13. Proceeds will go to Food Gatherers and the Sky Food Pantry. This is a grade level class competition to see who can collect the most money. A large turkey with a scenic background will be on the wall right around the corner of the elevator. As students and staff donate they will put their donation tabs on the turkey or in the background of the turkey. Each grade level will be represented by a different fall color: 9th grade - Green, 10th grade - Yellow, 11th grade - Orange, 12th grade - Red, Staff - Beige You will receive a tab item to write your name on and fill in our turkey and scenic background: $1 donation is a turkey feather, $5 donation is a fall leaf, $10 donation is a pilgrim hat, $20 donation is a hand drawn turkey - like you used to make in elementary school! At end of fund drive event one student from each grade level who donated and wrote their name down on the $1 or $5 tab items will be put into a drawing to win a Sky t-shirt. Also 1 student from each grade level who donated to the $10 or $20 tab items will win a Sky Hoodie. Our school wide goal is $1,500.00!

     

    Skyline Boys & Girls Bowling 

    There will be an informational meeting tomorrow in room A212 during 10:20 (first lunch) and 11:35 (second lunch) Come and find out more about the sport that anyone can do. Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors are encouraged to join. No experience required. Let’s BOWL Eagles!

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Wednesday November 6th

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/6/2019

    Good Morning Skyline! 

     

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to some of our outstanding Skyline Students who won the 3 on 3 Basketball Championship at the TWALL Foundation last Friday. The winners won every game and the team was made up of Mohamed Kaba, Kavon Wilson, Colin Turner and Derek Weston Great job fellas!

     

    Attention seniors! 

    Your senior photos are due by this Friday, November 8. If you do not submit a photo, the yearbook staff will use your school photo instead. Photos should be of the head and shoulders (no profile shots) with a 300 DPI or higher resolution. Please submit your photo to http://www.yearbooknerds.com/skyline-high-school. See Mrs. Ray in A306 with any questions. 

     

    WISE Fundraiser

    Help support the Women in Science and Engineering Club! We will be selling donuts and hot chocolate tomorrow before school in the student entrance. It's $1 for hot chocolate, $1.50 for a donut, $2 for both! See you there!

     

    Rising Scholars Event

    The Rising Scholars present our second annual Saturday School, this Saturday from 8:30-11:30am. Come and get help from teachers. Grab a quick breakfast and get things done before the deadline to turn in all work for the trimester approaches.

     

    Skyline Yearbook

    Skyline Yearbook needs your help figuring out who the school mascot is! If you know who’s behind the mask or want to frame one of your friends, fill out our survey at bit.ly/ybmascot, all lowercase. Again, that’s bit.ly/ybmascot. Look for the Eagle Exposed page in the yearbook this spring to find out if you guessed correct!

     

    Skyline Theatre 

    Skyline Theatre  is excited to announce the Blue Sky New Works Festival. We are seeking original plays and monologues written by Skyline students to be performed as part of this upcoming event. Student written plays should run between five to ten minutes and monologues no longer than three minutes. Submissions are due by the end of the day Thursday, December 12 and can be sent to blueskynewworks@gmail.com Selected scripts and monologues will be performed on stage by Skyline students later this year. Get creative and get writing!

     

    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 “What role should globalization play in America’s future?” See you tomorrow

     

    Stratford Festival in Michigan 

    The Stratford Festival's production of William Shakespeare's "The Tempest" will be screened at the Michigan Theater on November 17th at 2 p.m. Don't miss this chance to experience Canada's finest theatre right here in Ann Arbor!!

     

    SAS Gobbles for Good Food Donation Fund Drive

    Collections will take place next week starting Monday November 11th thru Friday November 15 at both lunches and during Skytime on Wednesday November 13. Proceeds will go to Food Gatherers and the Sky Food Pantry. This is a grade level class competition to see who can collect the most money. A large turkey with a scenic background will be on the wall right around the corner of the elevator. As students and staff donate they will put their donation tabs on the turkey or in the background of the turkey. Each grade level will be represented by a different fall color: 9th grade - Green, 10th grade - Yellow, 11th grade - Orange, 12th grade - Red, Staff - Beige You will receive a tab item to write your name on and fill in our turkey and scenic background: $1 donation is a turkey feather, $5 donation is a fall leaf, $10 donation is a pilgrim hat, $20 donation is a hand drawn turkey - like you used to make in elementary school! At end of fund drive event one student from each grade level who donated and wrote their name down on the $1 or $5 tab items will be put into a drawing to win a Sky t-shirt. Also 1 student from each grade level who donated to the $10 or $20 tab items will win a Sky Hoodie. Our school wide goal is $1,500.00!

     

    Skyline Boys & Girls Bowling 

    There will be an informational meeting this Friday, 11/8 in room A212 during 10:20 (first lunch) and 11:35 (second lunch) Come and find out more about the sport that anyone can do. Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors are encouraged to join. No experience required. Let’s BOWL Eagles!



    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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  • Announcements for Monday November 4th

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/4/2019

    Good Morning Skyline!

    Attention seniors! 

    Your senior photos are due by this Friday, November 8. If you do not submit a photo, the yearbook staff will use your school photo instead. Photos should be of the head and shoulders (no profile shots) with a 300 DPI or higher resolution. Please submit your photo to http://www.yearbooknerds.com/skyline-high-school. See Mrs. Ray in A306 with any questions. 

     

    CMPP News

    Do you want to know what is happening around our school, across the country, and in the world? Then check out this year’s first episode of “CMPP10 Student News” at www.CMPP10.com

     

    Homebuilding & Cosmetology Field Trip

    Homebuilding & Cosmetology invite any 10th or 11th graders that are considering their program for next year to join us for a visit and check it all out. Homebuilding will be on November 7th, and Cosmetology will be on November 12th. Permission slips are with Mr. Brunzell in the Integrity office. 

     

    Skyline Theatre 

    Skyline Theatre  is excited to announce the Blue Sky New Works Festival. We are seeking original plays and monologues written by Skyline students to be performed as part of this upcoming event. Student written plays should run between five to ten minutes and monologues no longer than three minutes. Submissions are due by the end of the day Thursday, December 12 and can be sent to blueskynewworks@gmail.com Selected scripts and monologues will be performed on stage by Skyline students later this year. Get creative and get writing!

     

    A2 Bookbridge Club Fundraiser

    5K Laps for Literacy 5K Run/Walk is an event organized by BookBridge, a student-led club here at Skyline High School with a goal of raising funds and donations to buy new books for underprivileged children at the Walker Literacy Center in Detroit. The race will be held at the newly constructed Robin Hills Farm, starting at 1:00 P.M, on November 16, but show up earlier for food and fun! This race is a family-friendly event, and we encourage kids and adults of all ages to come! To register, talk to Susan Xi, Allison Guo, or visit our website at https://a2bookbridge.wixsite.com/mysite. Come to Laps for Literacy!

     

    Women in Aerospace

    U of M Aerospace department will be holding a Women in Aerospace seminar series on Friday, Nov. 15th from 6-8pm in their aerospace building.  RSVP to let them know how much food they will need for this series at https://tinyurl.com/wiaRSVP

     

    Thank you, Skyline

     

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  • Announcements for Friday November 1st

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 11/1/2019

    Good Morning Skyline!

     

    Cooking Club

    Join Cooking Club today after school! We meet in room A315. We plan on making crepes and a variety of topping options. Please bring $2 to cover the cost of ingredients!

     

    WISE

    Are you 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 from 2:40-3:15 in Mrs. Warner's room, C412, and all genders are welcome! Email skylinewise2018@gmail.com if you have any questions!

     

    Gymnastics

    Are you interested in the Ann Arbor Cooperative High School Girl's Gymnastic Team? 

    This club sport is open to Skyline, Huron, Pioneer, and Community’ gymnasts. The season runs November through early March. Contact annarborgymnastics@gmail.com for more information. 

     

    Attention All Students

    The PBIS committee and Link Crew are sponsoring a voluntary phone-free/tech-free lunch period during both early and late lunch today. Containers will be placed on each lunch room table for students to place their phones. This is an opportunity for all students to take a break from tech and be more present with their friends and peers. This phone-free lunch period is in preparation for our Mix-It-Up lunches that will be underway beginning next month. 

     

    Homebuilding & Cosmetology Field Trip

    Homebuilding & Cosmetology invite any 10th or 11th graders that are considering their program for next year to join us for a visit and check it all out. Homebuilding will be on November 7th, and Cosmetology will be on November 12th. Permission slips are with Mr. Brunzell in the Integrity office. 

     

    Sonnet competition

    Attention writers, poets, and Shakespeare lovers alike!  In the weeks leading up to Skyline Theatre’s production of Shakespeare in Love, we will be holding a sonnet competition from Wednesday, October 29th to Friday, November 8th.  All winners will receive one free ticket to Shakespeare in Love, and cash prizes of 75 dollars will be awarded to the top three poets! Submit your original sonnets (composed of fourteen lines with ten syllables each) to the specially marked boxes in the library or outside the Black Box theater to enter. Write on! 

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a spooky day.

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday October 31

    Posted by Meredith Giltner on 10/31/2019

    Good morning Skyline! 

     

    News from the Cube 

    Early Action applications are due this Friday. Only ten more college visits to go in the Cube. Visits this week include: Today: University of Michigan Flint @ 9:45 am, University of Nebraska @ 9:45 am, Northwood University @ 2 pm. Friday: Boston University.  Next Monday: Western Michigan University @ 2 pm

     

    Attention Juniors and Seniors- 

    NHS applications are now being accepted through tomorrow. Applications are available on the NHS website. If you have a 3.5 or higher GPA and are not currently a member, we encourage you to apply!  

     

    Skyline Robotics Fundraiser 

    Tomorrow from 4-8 pm Noodles and Company on West Stadium will be hosting a fundraiser for the Skyline Robotics team. Students and families simply need to mention robotics when ordering to participate in the fundraiser and help support our team! See you there!

     

    Attention All Students

    The PBIS committee and Link Crew are sponsoring a voluntary phone-free/tech-free lunch period during both early and late lunch this Friday. Containers will be placed on each lunch room table for students to place their phones. This is an opportunity for all students to take a break from tech and be more present with their friends and peers. This phone-free lunch period is in preparation for our Mix-It-Up lunches will be underway beginning next month. 

     

    Homebuilding & Cosmetology Field Trip

    Homebuilding & Cosmetology invite any 10th or 11th graders that are considering their program for next year to join us for a visit and check it all out. Homebuilding will be on November 7th, and Cosmetology will be on November 12th. Permission slips are with Mr. Brunzell in the Integrity office. 

     

    JSA

    Are you interested in current events? Do you like to debate? Join us after school every Thursday in Ms. Barton’s room, C417, for Junior State of America! This week’s topic is “Are zero tolerance policies effective in schools? If not, what should replace them?” See you Thursday!

     

    Neurobiology Club Fundraiser

    The Skyline Neurobiology Club began its #ChadTough fundraiser during early lunch yesterday.  #ChadTough is a local foundation that raises money to research a rare type of pediatric brain tumor called DIPG. We will be selling bracelets for 3$ and TShirts for 10$ Tuesdays and Thursdays starting this week! All proceeds will go to the #ChadTough Foundation. We hope to see you at our table in the cafeteria!

     

    Rising Scholars

    The Rising Scholars will have their monthly meeting today, during early and late lunches, in room C404. All Rising Scholars be sure to attend.

     

     

     

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    During lunch today through Friday, stop by the School Store and buy a treat to support breast cancer research for only one dollar! 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

     

    A2 Bookbridge Club Fundraiser

    5K Laps for Literacy 5K Run/Walk is an event organized by BookBridge, a student-led club here at Skyline High School with a goal of raising funds and donations to buy new books for underprivileged children at the Walker Literacy Center in Detroit. The race will be held at the newly constructed Robin Hills Farm, starting at 1:00 P.M, on November 16, but show up earlier for food and fun! This race is a family-friendly event, and we encourage kids and adults of all ages to come! To register, talk to Susan Xi, Allison Guo, or visit our website at https://a2bookbridge.wixsite.com/mysite. Come to Laps for Literacy!

     

    Girls Basketball

    Any girls interested in playing basketball this winter, there will be an informational meeting today at 3:30 in the main gym. Please come out and attend this important meeting

     

    Special theatre announcement by Mr. Brockie:

    Attention writers, poets, and Shakespeare lovers alike! 

     

    In the weeks leading up to Skyline Theatre’s production of Shakespeare in Love, we will be holding a sonnet competition from Wednesday, October 29th to Friday, November 8th. 

     

     All winners will receive one free ticket to Shakespeare in Love, and cash prizes of 75 dollars will be awarded to the top three poets! 

     

    Submit your original sonnets (composed of fourteen lines with ten syllables each) to the specially marked boxes in the iCommons or outside the Black Box theater to enter. 

     

    Write on! 

     

    Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day.

     

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