Announcements for Monday, September 9

Posted by Meredith Giltner on 9/9/2019

Good morning Skyline! 

 

News from the Cube! 

Today we will be hosting Michigan State University @ 12:30 pm  and Lawrence Technological University @ 1:15 pm. Tomorrow is Claremont McKenna College (CA) @ 9:45 am, Colby College (ME)@ 1:15 pm, and Northwood University.  Thursday is Albion College, Brandeis University (MA). Friday is Lawrence University (WI) and University of Saint Andrews in Scotland Stop by the Cube, room B329 to sign up and pick up a pass. You will need this pass signed by your teacher to attend. Stop by the Cube for a full listing of upcoming college visits and times.

 

Students taking math

Would you like to get off to a great start in your math class this year? Help is available in room A310 during early lunch and room A409 during late lunch. Looking forward to meeting you!  

 

Exchange student club

Exchange student club has officially begun for the year! If you’re an exchange student, interested in getting to know exchange students and international students, or a former exchange student then exchange student club is for you. Our first meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 10th in room C 306 and all Tuesdays there after. On behalf of the exchange student club we look forward to meeting you all! 

 

QSA 

Skyline's Queer Straight Alliance (QSA), supporting all LGBTQ students and their allies, invites everyone to our first meeting this Thursday September 12th at 2:45 in room B306. Hope to see you there!

 

Join the Skyline Robotics Team!

We build amazing robots and take them to compete across Michigan. Come to the parent-student informational meeting on Tuesday, September 17th from 6:30 to 8 in the DTEP room (next to the commons). No experience necessary! More info on our website at skylinerobotics.org



Skyline Theatre

Auditions for Skyline Theatre’s production of the academy award-winning film Shakespeare in Love are today at 2:45 in the Black Box theater. 



Planned Parenthood’s Washtenaw County Peer Education program is currently taking applications! 

Peer Educators are young adults who are in 9th, 10th, and 11th grade who present about topics such as contraceptive methods, LGBTQ+ identities, and healthy relationships in high school health classrooms around the area, and serve as confidential, non-judgmental, medically accurate, culturally sensitive, age appropriate resources for sexual health information for teens in the community. Our current peer educator at Skyline is Ruby Cole - please speak to her if you specific questions about the program. If you are interested, the applications are located outside Mrs Bezeau's classroom on the first floor A115. Applications are due Wednesday, September 18th and interviews will be done the following week.  

 

Homecoming Updates: 

Homecoming will be the second week of October and more specific information will be coming in the next several weeks. But if you’re bringing a guest who isn't a Skyline students - Dance guests forms are due Monday, Oct 7th by 2:45pm. Forms can be found in both SLC offices, outside A115 or under the student space tab on Skyline's website. The dance will be Saturday, October 12th from 8pm to 11pm. Also at Capsule night this Wednesday, you can still purchase shirts, hoodies and dance tickets sold for the same prices that were promoted during registration week! Also any junior or senior interested in PowderPuff or PowderTuff, you can still sign up and submit payment by Friday, September 13th. Any homecoming questions please see Mrs Bezeau in A115.  

 

Red Cross Club

Do you like helping others and want to get involved in a club? The Skyline Red Cross club needs members! The Red Cross club helps organize and run the blood drives as well as other service activities. Meet in the library with Ms. Szurek at 2:45pm on Thursday, September 19th if interested. Hope to see you there!

 

Interested in neuroscience or biology?

The Skyline Neurobiology Club has begun its second year! We will learn about the fascinating organ between our ears-- the brain, and prepare for the National Biology Olympiad in the process! Come to room C412 on Thursdays after school to do cool experiments, dissect brains, and to have fun! Our first meeting will be this Thursday. There will be food. For more information, feel free to email the club at skyneurobio@gmail.com. See you there!



Thank you, Skyline, and have a great day