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  • Announcements for Thursday, December 13

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 12/13/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Orchestra Fundraiser

    Do you want the orchestra to serenade your friends with fun holiday and winter songs? Orchestra is selling Winter Serenades during both lunches through this Friday. Look for representatives to come to your lunch table selling them. They only cost $1, $2 if you include a candy cane.  

     

    Cooking Club

    Cooking Club will meet tomorrow in room A315. The cost is $3. We will be making holiday brownies!

     

    Breakdance and Hip Hop Club

    Wanna learn how to breakdance and do the illest power moves?! Breakdance and Hip Hop Club is back in action this year! This club happens every Thursday from 2:45 pm- 3:40 pm. 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.

     

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  • Announcements for Wednesday, December 12

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 12/12/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    ARC

    The ARC 's location will be rooms 306 and 308 B today after school.  

     

    Orchestra Fundraiser

    Do you want the orchestra to serenade your friends with fun holiday and winter songs? Orchestra is selling Winter Serenades during both lunches through this Friday. Look for representatives to come to your lunch table selling them. They only cost $1, $2 if you include a candy cane.  

     

    Poetry Club

    Join Poetry Club today in room C308! Snacks will be provided.

     

    Cooking Club

    Cooking Club will meet this Friday in room A315. The cost is $3. We will be making holiday brownies!

     

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  • Announcements for Tuesday, December 11

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 12/11/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    TEDxYouth@AnnArbor

    It’s that time of the year again for TEDx talks. TEDxYouth@AnnArbor is holding auditions on December 14th in the Skyline black box theater from 3:15 to 5:15. Can't make that time? See the bit.ly for additional times and locations.  We are looking for speakers, performers and a host. You do not need to have a full speech prepared, join us at auditions and just pitch us your good idea worth spreading.

    Go to bit.ly/2019tedx for more information! We hope to see you there!

     

    Orchestra Fundraiser

    Do you want the orchestra to serenade your friends with fun holiday and winter songs? Orchestra is selling Winter Serenades during both lunches beginning today through the 14th. Look for representatives to come to your lunch table selling them. They only cost $1, $2 if you include a candy cane.  

     

    Poetry Club

    Join Poetry Club tomorrow, Wednesday,  in room C308! Snacks will be provided.

     

    Cooking Club

    Cooking Club will meet this Friday in room A315. The cost is $3. We will be making holiday brownies!

     

     

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  • Announcements for Monday, December 10

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 12/10/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    TEDxYouth@AnnArbor

    It’s that time of the year again for TEDx talks. TEDxYouth@AnnArbor is holding auditions on December 14th in the Skyline black box theater from 3:15 to 5:15. Can't make that time? See the bit.ly for additional times and locations.  We are looking for speakers, performers and a host. You do not need to have a full speech prepared, join us at auditions and just pitch us your good idea worth spreading.

    Go to bit.ly/2019tedx for more information! We hope to see you there!

     

    Orchestra Fundraiser

    Do you want the orchestra to serenade your friends with fun holiday and winter songs? Orchestra is selling Winter Serenades during both lunches beginning today through the 14th. Look for representatives to come to your lunch table selling them. They only cost $1, $2 if you include a candy cane.  

     

    Community Resource Courses

    A Community Resource (CR) course is a type of independent study class with a volunteer instructor. Students create the class content with the help of the volunteer and submit a syllabus and application for it to the CR office. If approved, the student and volunteer instructor meet together several hours each week to meet the learning goals. An AAPS teacher oversees the experience and grants the credit and grade towards graduation requirements. All CRs are semester long classes but Skyline students can take them too. To apply for a CR for 2nd semester, submit an application now through December 14 or from January 7 through 18. To learn how to create a CR course or for details on how to apply, go to the CR website at http://bit.ly/aaps-cr

     

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  • Announcements for Friday, December 7

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 12/7/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    TEDxYouth@AnnArbor

    It’s that time of the year again for TEDx talks. TEDxYouth@AnnArbor is holding auditions on December 14th in the Skyline black box theater from 3:15 to 5:15. Can't make that time? See the bit.ly for additional times and locations.  We are looking for speakers, performers and a host. You do not need to have a full speech prepared, join us at auditions and just pitch us your good idea worth spreading.

    Go to bit.ly/2019tedx for more information! We hope to see you there!

     

    Open Space

    Monday, during LATE LUNCH ONLY, Open Space, formerly known as Pledge Club, will be working with EMU PREVENTION THEATER in room A212. Do you want to learn more about addiction? You are not alone. Please come talk to students from Skyline and EMU. This is a relaxed lunch discussion. Not a lecture! Come check it out! A212 in the main office Monday during LATE LUNCH ONLY. If you have early lunch please see your counselor for a pass.

     

    Orchestra Fundraiser

    Do you want the orchestra to serenade your friends with fun holiday and winter songs? Orchestra is selling Winter Serenades during both lunches beginning December 10th through the 14th. Look for representatives to come to your lunch table selling them. They only cost $1, $2 if you include a candy cane.  

     

    Community Resource Courses

    A Community Resource (CR) course is a type of independent study class with a volunteer instructor. Students create the class content with the help of the volunteer and submit a syllabus and application for it to the CR office. If approved, the student and volunteer instructor meet together several hours each week to meet the learning goals. An AAPS teacher oversees the experience and grants the credit and grade towards graduation requirements. All CRs are semester long classes but Skyline students can take them too. To apply for a CR for 2nd semester, submit an application now through December 14 or from January 7 through 18. To learn how to create a CR course or for details on how to apply, go to the CR website at http://bit.ly/aaps-cr

     

    Skyline

    The Masquerade Dance is coming soon- Saturday December 15 at 7pm. Guest passes are available now and you can buy your tickets for $10 at lunch this week and after school in C417. See Jordyn Newing, Annika Caldwell or Arik Rorie for details.

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday, December 6

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 12/6/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    TEDxYouth@AnnArbor

    It’s that time of the year again for TEDx talks. TEDxYouth@AnnArbor is holding auditions on December 14th in the Skyline black box theater from 3:15 to 5:15. Can't make that time? See the bit.ly for additional times and locations.  We are looking for speakers, performers and a host. You do not need to have a full speech prepared, join us at auditions and just pitch us your good idea worth spreading.

    Go to bit.ly/2019tedx for more information! We hope to see you there!

     

    Boy’s Group

    LAST CHANCE to sign up for our Boy's Group with Mr. Brown. The first meeting will be this Friday during 3rd hour. Please see Mr. Brown by end of day today if you are interested in being a part of our Boy's Group.

     

    Writing Center Event

    Help the Skyline Writing Center bring about social change! Today in B429 during both lunches, the writing center will be hosting their annual Write In Event. They will donate $1 for every person who participates to Inside Out Writers and the Trevor Project! Students can create original pieces of writing, eat cookies, and have a good time!

     

    Community Resource Courses

    A Community Resource (CR) course is a type of independent study class with a volunteer instructor. Students create the class content with the help of the volunteer and submit a syllabus and application for it to the CR office. If approved, the student and volunteer instructor meet together several hours each week to meet the learning goals. An AAPS teacher oversees the experience and grants the credit and grade towards graduation requirements. All CRs are semester long classes but Skyline students can take them too. To apply for a CR for 2nd semester, submit an application now through December 14 or from January 7 through 18. To learn how to create a CR course or for details on how to apply, go to the CR website at http://bit.ly/aaps-cr

     

    Skyline

    The Masquerade Dance is coming soon- Saturday December 15 at 7pm. Guest passes are available now and you can buy your tickets for $10 at lunch this week and after school in C417. See Jordyn Newing, Annika Caldwell or Arik Rorie for details.

     

    Breakdance and Hip Hop Club

    Wanna learn how to breakdance and do the illest power moves?! Breakdance and Hip Hop Club is back in action this year! This club meets Thursdays from 2:45- 3:40 in room B429. If you like to dance and want to get better at it this is the club for you.

     

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  • Announcements for Wednesday, December 5

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 12/5/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    TEDxYouth@AnnArbor

    It’s that time of the year again for TEDx talks. TEDxYouth@AnnArbor is holding auditions on December 14th in the Skyline black box theater from 3:15 to 5:15. Can't make that time? See the bit.ly for additional times and locations.  We are looking for speakers, performers and a host. You do not need to have a full speech prepared, join us at auditions and just pitch us your good idea worth spreading.

    Go to bit.ly/2019tedx for more information! We hope to see you there!

     

    Boy’s Group

    LAST CHANCE to sign up for our Boy's Group with Mr. Brown. The first meeting will be this Friday during 3rd hour. Please see Mr. Brown by end of day Thursday if you are interested in being a part of our Boy's Group.

     

    Measures to Reduce Student Tardiness

    We want all students to be aware that we will be instituting some additional measures to support our students in understanding the importance of timeliness and to reduce missed instruction caused by tardiness.  Starting this week we have added a 1-minute warning bell that will aid students in knowing when the end of passing time is near and that it is necessary to expedite their movement towards their class. Also, we will be conducting random tardy sweeps to help resolve this issue.  During a tardy sweep, classroom doors will be closed and locked at the end of passing time and students found tardy in the hall will be gathered for an administrative conference. Students found tardy during tardy sweeps will receive 2 warnings. Following that, students will receive an additional consequence.

     

    Writing Center Event

    This Thursday, December 6th, the Writing Center is holding their annual International Write in Event! During both lunches in Writing Center, students will be able to create original writing. For each piece received the Writing Center will donate $1 to charity. This year, they're donating to the Trevor Project to support LGBTQ+ youth, and InsideOut Writers to help combat the school-to-prison pipeline. Come help the Writing Center create a more equitable world this Thursday!

     

    Presents for Pets

    The Humane Society Club is organizing a donation drive, Presents for Pets. There will be a box in the main office and from entrance where you can donate pet food, pet beds, blankets, towels, toys, and spray cheese, anything will help! Your support is needed and can help the well-being of animals in your local humane society over this holiday season.

     

    Skyline

    The Masquerade Dance is coming soon- Saturday December 15 at 7pm. Guest passes are available now and you can buy your tickets for $10 at lunch this week and after school in C417. See Jordyn Newing, Annika Caldwell or Arik Rorie for details.

     

    Seniors

    It’s that time of year to submit your senior quotes, due on Friday, December 7. There are a few requirements to keep in mind, such as: A 100 character limit, no acronyms or hash tags, no profanities, vulgar language, or offensive remarks. You will be notified by Mrs. Ray if your quote is not suitable for the yearbook, either due to content or length requirements. Please submit senior quotes to: skylineyearbook19@gmail.com, with your first and last name as the subject. Again, remember the deadline is Friday, December 7th.

     

    Skyline Theatre

    Skyline Theatre announces auditions and crew sign-up for the spring play, Noises Off, tomorrow, December 6 from 3:00 - 5:30 pm in the experimental theatre room C204. Detailed information can be found on our website skylineHStheatre.org, by emailing Mrs. Roberts or stopping by C204 after school.

     

     

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  • Announcements for Tuesday, December 4

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 12/4/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to the students that have qualified for the Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition Part 2. The test will take place tomorrow, Wednesday, December 5, 2018. The test will take place in C-204 and begin at 7:45 am. Please do not bring any electronics, including calculators. Pencils and paper will be provided. See you there.

     

    Measures to Reduce Student Tardiness

    We want all students to be aware that we will be instituting some additional measures to support our students in understanding the importance of timeliness and to reduce missed instruction caused by tardiness.  Starting this week we have added a 1-minute warning bell that will aid students in knowing when the end of passing time is near and that it is necessary to expedite their movement towards their class. Also, we will be conducting random tardy sweeps to help resolve this issue.  During a tardy sweep, classroom doors will be closed and locked at the end of passing time and students found tardy in the hall will be gathered for an administrative conference. Students found tardy during tardy sweeps will receive 2 warnings. Following that students will receive an additional consequence.

     

    Writing Center Event

    This Thursday, December 6th, the Writing Center is holding their annual International Write in Event! During both lunches in Writing Center, students will be able to create original writing. For each piece received the Writing Center will donate $1 to charity. This year, they're donating to the Trevor Project to support LGBTQ+ youth, and InsideOut Writers to help combat the school-to-prison pipeline. Come help the Writing Center create a more equitable world this Thursday!

     

    Presents for Pets

    The Humane Society Club is organizing a donation drive, Presents for Pets. There will be a box in the main office and from entrance where you can donate pet food, pet beds, blankets, towels, toys, and spray cheese, anything will help! Your support is needed and can help the well-being of animals in your local humane society over this holiday season.

     

    Skyline

    The Masquerade Dance is coming soon- Saturday December 15 at 7pm. Guest passes are available now and you can buy your tickets for $10 at lunch this week and after school in C417. See Jordyn Newing, Annika Caldwell or Arik Rorie for details.

     

    A reminder from your friendly neighborhood Community Assistants

    We all love a clean school. Help do your part by making sure you throw away your trash at the end of the lunch period. Tables left messy will be removed the following lunch period. Thank you for your helping making Skyline great in every way!

     

    Seniors

    It’s that time of year to submit your senior quotes, due on Friday, December 7. There are a few requirements to keep in mind, such as: A 100 character limit, no acronyms or hash tags, no profanities, vulgar language, or offensive remarks. You will be notified by Mrs. Ray if your quote is not suitable for the yearbook, either due to content or length requirements. Please submit senior quotes to: skylineyearbook19@gmail.com, with your first and last name as the subject. Again, remember the deadline is Friday, December 7th.

     

    Skyline Theatre

    Skyline Theatre announces auditions and crew sign-up for the spring play, Noises Off, December 6 from 3:00 - 5:30 pm in the experimental theatre room C204. Detailed information can be found on our website skylineHStheatre.org, by emailing Mrs. Roberts or stopping by C204 after school.

     

    Poetry Club

    Come join Poetry Club for our meeting after school tomorrow in room C308! Snacks will be provided.

     

    Boys Basketball

    Skyline Boys Basketball had a great first game last week defeating Novi 72-39. Skyline will take on a very good and state ranked Wayne Memorial team at Skyline tonight, Tuesday Dec 4th. JV and 9th at 5:30. Varsity at 7:00pm. Get Fired up student section!!!! Basketball Season is here!

     

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  • Annoucements for Monday, December 3

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 12/3/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Congratulations

    Skyline's Speech and Debate team went to its first tournament of the year at Dexter HS on Saturday. Cole Flowers, Oscar Jemison-Blais, Natalie Johnson, Elijah Kaufman, Kenichi Lobbezoo, and Narimen Zorgui competed in the new national event called Big Questions Debate. They won two of their matches, argued elegantly, and came home with two trophies. Great start, team!

     

    Measures to Reduce Student Tardiness

    We want all students and families to be aware that we will be instituting some additional measures to support our students in understanding the importance of timeliness and to reduce missed instruction caused by tardiness.  Starting this coming week we will be adding a 1-minute warning bell that will aid students in knowing when the end of passing time is near and that it is necessary to expedite their movement towards their class. Also, we will be conducting random tardy sweeps to help resolve this issue.  During a tardy sweep, classroom doors will be closed and locked at the end of passing time and students found tardy in the hall will be gathered for an administrative conference. Students found tardy during tardy sweeps will receive 2 warnings. Following that students will receive an additional consequence.

     

    Open Space

    Today, during LATE LUNCH ONLY, Open Space, formerly known as Pledge Club, will be working with EMU PREVENTION THEATER in room A212. Do you want to learn more about addiction? You are not alone. Please come talk to students from Skyline and EMU. This is a relaxed lunch discussion. Not a lecture! Come check it out! A212 in the main office today during LATE LUNCH ONLY. If you have early lunch please see your counselor for a pass.

     

    Writing Center Event

    This Thursday, December 6th, the Writing Center is holding their annual International Write in Event! During both lunches in Writing Center, students will be able to create original writing. For each piece received the Writing Center will donate $1 to charity. This year, they're donating to the Trevor Project to support LGBTQ+ youth, and InsideOut Writers to help combat the school-to-prison pipeline. Come help the Writing Center create a more equitable world this Thursday!

     

    Presents for Pets

    The Humane Society Club is organizing a donation drive, Presents for Pets. There will be a box in the main office and from entrance where you can donate pet food, pet beds, blankets, towels, toys, and spray cheese, anything will help! Your support is needed and can help the well-being of animals in your local humane society over this holiday season.

     

    Math Tutoring

    Would you like to get help in understanding math better?  We have tutors to support you every day at lunchtime in room A310.  Looking forward to seeing you there.

     

    Book Depository Request

    Students! Please return your books from Tri one. If the book depository is closed when you arrive, feel free to leave the book(s) by the door. If you are still using the book, please swing by so it can be rescanned out to you that way a fine isn't assessed. Thank you!

     

    After school guidelines

    A reminder that the after school guidelines for leaving the building at 3:00 pm do not change because of the cold, snowy weather conditions or because of home basketball games. Students are required to exit the building at 3:00 pm or be in a supervised club, practice or at the Academic Resource Center in the library. If your practice starts after 3:00 pm, you are required to leave and return at your practice time, or go to the ARC.

     

    Seniors

    It’s that time of year to submit your senior quotes, due on Friday, December 7. There are a few requirements to keep in mind, such as: A 100 character limit, no acronyms or hash tags, no profanities, vulgar language, or offensive remarks. You will be notified by Mrs. Ray if your quote is not suitable for the yearbook, either due to content or length requirements. Please submit senior quotes to: skylineyearbook19@gmail.com, with your first and last name as the subject. Again, remember the deadline is Friday, December 7th.

     

    Skyline Theatre

    Skyline Theatre announces auditions and crew sign-up for the spring play, Noises Off, December 6 from 3:00 - 5:30 pm in the experimental theatre room C204. Detailed information can be found on our website skylineHStheatre.org, by emailing Mrs. Roberts or stopping by C204 after school.

     

    Bowling

    Any girls interested in bowling this season, there is still time to sign up. Practices are at 3:30 at Revel and Roll. Come on out and try it out!

     

    Summer Divers and Gymnasts

    The boys swim and dive team is looking for divers. Please stop by the pool any day after school for more information.

     

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  • Announcements for Tuesday, November 27

    Posted by Heather Jackson on 11/27/2018

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    National Honor Society

    Congratulations to our new inductees! Letters were mailed home Friday, Nov. 16th. If you haven't received a notice yet, please see Mr. Brunzell or Ms. Schimmel in the Integrity office. The induction ceremony is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 4th at 6pm in the auditorium, and we're looking for an inductee to address the group at the ceremony. Details for the speech were listed in the letter that was mailed home. Please consider submitting a speech and being this year's keynote speaker. Speeches are due by 12pm this Friday, Nov. 30th to the Integrity office.  

     

    After school guidelineS

    A reminder that the after school guidelines for leaving the building at 3:00pm do not change because of the cold, snowy weather conditions or because of home basketball games. Students are required to exit the building at 3:00 or be in a supervised club, practice or at the Academic Resource Center in the library. If your practice starts after 3:00, you are required to leave and return at your practice time, or go to the ARC.

     

    Seniors

    It’s that time of year to submit your senior quotes, due on Friday, December 7. There are a few requirements to keep in mind, such as: A 100 character limit, no acronyms or hash tags, no profanities, vulgar language, or offensive remarks. You will be notified by Mrs. Ray if your quote is not suitable for the yearbook, either due to content or length requirements. Please submit senior quotes to: skylineyearbook19@gmail.com, with your first and last name as the subject. Again, remember the deadline is Friday, December 7th.

     

    Aspiring Investors

    Trimester 2 has arrived and The Wall Street Investors Club will begin holding regular meetings in Mr. Shannon's room, B327 on Wednesdays. This week we will introduce our stock simulator challenge! If you would like to learn about stocks and investment strategies, stop by B327 on Wed.after school.

     

    Neurobiology Club

    Have you ever wondered how your brain controls your muscles, reflexes, movement, and even your very thoughts? The Neurobiology Club has just purchased two Muscle SpikerBox machines from Backyard Brains thanks to the help of the PTSO. If you want to see the amazing electrical signals of your brain in action or even control a claw with your mind, come to room C412 after school this Wednesday to try out the Muscle SpikerBox! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact skyneurobio@gmail.com. See you there!

     

    SKYLINE GUARDIANS OF THE GALLERY!

    Come join a group of intergalactic students, working together to create supernatural art shows around Ann Arbor. Skyline Guardians of the Gallery is a NEW student-led art curating club. It will be meeting everyday in A219 during both lunches this week to put together this year's first art show in the "Eagle Gallery" - located outside of A219 and A221. All are welcome, please come! There will be snacks!

     

    Skyline

    The Masquerade Dance is coming soon- Saturday December 15 at 7pm. Guest passes are available now and you can buy your tickets for $20 at lunch this week and after school in C417. See Jordyn Newing, Annika Caldwell or Arik Rorie for details.

     

    Skyline Theatre

    Skyline Theatre announces auditions and crew sign-up for the spring play, Noises Off. December 6 from 3:00 - 5:30 pm in the experimental theatre room C204. Detailed information can be found on our website skylineHStheatre.org, by emailing Mrs. Roberts or stopping by C204 after school.

     

    TEDxYouth@AnnArbor

    It’s that time of the year again for TEDx talks. TEDxYouth@AnnArbor is holding auditions on December 3rd and 14th in the Skyline black box theater from 3:15 to 5:15. We are looking for speakers, performers and a host. You do not need to have a full speech prepared, join us at auditions and just pitch us your good idea worth spreading. Go to bit.ly/tedxya2 and click the "Auditions" tab for more information! We hope to see you there!

     

    Bowling

    Any girls interested in bowling this season, there is still time to sign up. Practices are at 3:30 at Revel and Roll. Come on out and try it out!

     

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