Announcements for Monday April 12

Posted by Meredith Giltner on 4/12/2021

Skyline Environmental Sustainability Club 

Fun Fact:  If people worldwide switched to energy efficient light bulbs the world would save 127,758,750 dollars annually.

Reminder: Take the stairs over the elevator. This also doubles up as a leg workout.


Recipe Book: 


College Day

The CUBE will be hosting "College Day" on Wednesday, April 21st from 10:00am-3:00pm. Log on to the virtual event to learn more about the college application process, hear from local universities admissions counselors, navigate scholarships and financial aid, and enjoy a Skyline Senior student panel discussing their experiences applying to colleges. Zoom links will be posted on the "skyline_cube" Instagram page, Schoology, and will be sent out over email next week. If you have any questions please contact Ms. McDevitt at


Virtual Career Exploration

Virtual Career Exploration Event April 22, 2021 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 40 employer exhibitor booths; over 100 careers showcased. Designed for Middle and High School Students Limited seats available, register today at:


Scholarship Opportunity

This scholarship is offered in the memory of Miles Jeffrey Roberts who died by suicide on May 29, 2017. Miles leaves behind a legacy of putting others’ needs before his own. He was a kind and loving friend that was always available to listen or provide a comforting hug. Suicide remains an epidemic and rates among youth continue to rise in our country, in our State and in our County. In 2017, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) reported 6,252 deaths by suicide in the United States for people ages 15 to 24, making it the second leading cause of death for this age group. Miles was one of these deaths. Miles’s desire to help others will be memorialized through the recipients of this scholarship. This scholarship is offered by the Miles Jeffrey Roberts Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Scholarship Eligibility- Applicant must be a student of this year’s 2020 graduating class of Skyline High School

Intend to continue their education at any credentialed institution of higher learning

Complete all necessary forms and written essay

Provide one or more Letter(s) of Recommendation from a non-family member

Recipient Responsibility and Honor: Scholarship recipients are expected to support mental health and well-being.