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  • Announcements for Friday, February 24

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 2/24/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    News from the Cube

    Juniors, a reminder that coaching for the SAT is available in the Cube each Wednesday after school from 3-5 pm through March. This is especially helpful to those students scoring at or below a 1050 PSAT; however, all juniors are invited to attend.  

     

     

    NHS Members
    Many of you still have outstanding dues!  Twenty dollars is due in the athletic office by the end of February which is next Tuesday.  Your dues pay for membership and senior chords when you graduate.  Please bring check or cash only to Mrs. Adams in Athletics-1st floor between the main and aux gym-by 4:30pm on 2/28. 

     

    Teen Spirit

    Reminder that today is the last day for submissions.   All submissions may be sent to skylinelitmag@gmail.com.

     

    Brick Bash

    Tomorrow, 11am-6pm and Sunday 12-5pm. $5/person or maximum of $20/immediate family.  Enjoy a performance by the Skyline Drumline at 2pm on Saturday, followed by a Percussion Petting Zoo. Concessions available. Proceeds benefit Skyline Bands. See more details at facebook/BrickBash.  

     

    GIDAS (guide-us)

    GIDAS (guide-us) meets today after school in Ms. Vincent’s room, B401. Come explore the powerful field of genetic research and advocate for depression awareness.

     

    Skyline Athletics

    Attention Skyline students.  Spring sports registration begins March 13th in the Skyline Athletic Office.
    Absolutely no participation allowed without completed registration.  You must have all 3 pieces of athletic registration complete (form, payment and physical) before participating. Information can be found on www.aaskylineathletics.com under Eagles HQ. Can be accessed through school website as well.

     

    Film Club

    The Film Club is excited to announce the return of our annual Trivia Night fundraiser next Friday, March 3rd from 7 – 9pm in the iCommons. The cost is $7 for one ticket, 2 for $10. Not only will pizza & pop will be served, but the winning team will receive a grand prize of $100. Anyone is welcome to participate. Tickets are available in Mr. Samulak’s room A411 or in the Sky Store.

     

    Prom Dress Sale

    5th annual A2 Prom Dress Sale on Sunday, March 12, 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm at the Holiday Inn at Plymouth Road and US-23.  Dresses $10. to $25. Benefits Ozone House. Ann Arbor community members donate dresses which are washed and ironed, mended if necessary.  Hundreds of dresses.

     

    Boys Basketball

    The Skyline Boys Basketball team is hosting Bedford tonight. This will be the final conference game of the season. The freshmen and JV games start at 5:30 and the Varsity game is at 7:00. See you there!

     

    Softball

    Softball is hosting a free pizza lunch for those interested in playing during both lunches Tues. Feb. 28th in the poolside staff lounge.  Come for free pizza and information about upcoming tryouts.

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday, February 23

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 2/23/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    News from the Cube

    Juniors, a reminder that coaching for the SAT is available in the Cube each Wednesday after school from 3-5 pm through March. This is especially helpful to those students scoring at or below a 1050 PSAT; however, all juniors are invited to attend.  

     

    Attention AP students
    This is the last week for online AP test registration.  If you are planning to take an AP test this year, you must complete your registration by TOMORROW.  Registration closes at 11:59 pm.  All requests must be entered by that deadline.  There is no late registration!

     

    Teen Spirit

    Students of Skyline, make sure not to miss your opportunity to submit to Teen Spirit and make money while doing it! This year’s theme is Enjoy the Silence. Participants are encouraged to write about breaking societal norms and use their writing to be vocal about current issues. If you aren’t a big fan of writing, don’t worry! Multimedia submissions will be gladly accepted as well. TeenSpirit, Skyline’s own literary magazine, is still taking submissions through tomorrow, so don’t miss out! Your submission will also be submitted to the Writing Prize contest, where you could win cash prizes for your awesome work. All submissions may be sent to skylinelitmag@gmail.com.

     

    Brick Bash

    TWO DAYS THIS YEAR: Saturday, February 25th- 11am-6pm and Sunday, February 26th- 12-5pm. $5/person or maximum of $20/immediate family.  Enjoy a performance by the Skyline Drumline at 2pm on Saturday, followed by a Percussion Petting Zoo. Concessions available. Proceeds benefit Skyline Bands. See more details at facebook/BrickBash.  

     

    Are you interested in Boys LACROSSE?
    Players & parents should attend our meeting and meet our new coach!  The meeting is tonight at 7:00 p.m. in the Skyline Commons.  This meeting is for current, new & interested players.  All skill levels welcome… come check it out!

     

    GIDAS (guide-us)

    GIDAS (guide-us) meets tomorrow after school in Ms. Vincent’s room, B401. Come explore the powerful field of genetic research and advocate for depression awareness.

     

    Cooking club
    Do you like Sushi? If so, come to cooking club tomorrow in room A315. You'll learn how to make sushi by yourself, no experience needed! You will need to pay five dollars for your first meeting, and 3 dollars for each other meeting. Hope to see you there!



    What you are doing to improve your heart health?
    Please join representatives from St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor's Michigan Heart and the SkyWell Club on Monday, April 27 to learn about wellness during National Heart Health Month. Free giveaways and games. Meet us in the Health & Medicine magnet room right after school.  Heart Health Starts Now!

     

    Skyline Athletics

    Attention Skyline students.  Spring sports registration begins March 13th in the Skyline Athletic Office.
    Absolutely no participation allowed without completed registration.  You must have all 3 pieces of athletic registration complete (form, payment and physical) before participating. Information can be found on www.aaskylineathletics.com under Eagles HQ. Can be accessed through school website as well.

     

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  • Announcements for Wednesday, February 22

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 2/22/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    News from the Cube

    Juniors, a reminder that coaching for the SAT is available in the Cube each Wednesday after school from 3-5 pm through March. This is especially helpful to those students scoring at or below a 1050 PSAT; however, all juniors are invited to attend.  

     

    Attention AP students
    This is the last week for online AP test registration.  If you are planning to take an AP test this year, you must complete your registration by this Friday, February 24.  Registration closes at 11:59 pm.  All requests must be entered by that deadline.  There is no late registration!

     

    Teen Spirit

    Students of Skyline, make sure not to miss your opportunity to submit to Teen Spirit and make money while doing it! This year’s theme is Enjoy the Silence. Participants are encouraged to write about breaking societal norms and use their writing to be vocal about current issues. If you aren’t a big fan of writing, don’t worry! Multimedia submissions will be gladly accepted as well. TeenSpirit, Skyline’s own literary magazine, is still taking submissions through this Friday, so don’t miss out! Your submission will also be submitted to the Writing Prize contest, where you could win cash prizes for your awesome work. All submissions may be sent to skylinelitmag@gmail.com.

     

    Brick Bash

    TWO DAYS THIS YEAR: Saturday, February 25th- 11am-6pm and Sunday, February 26th- 12-5pm. $5/person or maximum of $20/immediate family.  Enjoy a performance by the Skyline Drumline at 2pm on Saturday, followed by a Percussion Petting Zoo. Concessions available. Proceeds benefit Skyline Bands. See more details at facebook/BrickBash.  

     

    Are you interested in Boys LACROSSE?
    Players & parents should attend our meeting and meet our new coach!  The meeting has been moved to tomorrow, February 23rd at 7:00 p.m. in the Skyline Commons.  This meeting is for current, new & interested players.  All skill levels welcome… come check it out!

     

    Film Club

    The Film Club is excited to announce the return of our annual Trivia Night fundraiser next Friday, March 3rd from 7 – 9pm in the iCommons. The cost is $7 for one ticket, 2 for $10. Not only will pizza & pop will be served, but the winning team will receive a grand prize of $100. Anyone is welcome to participate. Tickets are available in Mr. Samulak’s room A411 or in the Sky Store. And don’t forget to take the Oscar Challenge! Rip off a poster tag and fill out your online ballot today!

     

    GIDAS (guide-us)

    GIDAS (guide-us) meets this Friday after school in Ms. Vincent’s room, B401. Come explore the powerful field of genetic research and advocate for depression awareness.

     

    Cooking club
    Do you like Sushi? If so, come to cooking club this Friday in room A315. You'll learn how to make sushi by yourself, no experience needed! You will need to pay five dollars for your first meeting, and 3 dollars for each other meeting. Hope to see you there!

     

    What you are doing to improve your heart health?
    Please join representatives from St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor's Michigan Heart and the SkyWell Club on Monday, April 27 to learn about wellness during National Heart Health Month. Free giveaways and games. Meet us in the Health & Medicine magnet room right after school.  Heart Health Starts Now!

     

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  • Announcements for Tuesday, February 21

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 2/21/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    News from the Cube

    Juniors, a reminder that coaching for the SAT is available in the Cube each Wednesday after school from 3-5 pm through March. This is especially helpful to those students scoring at or below a 1050 PSAT; however, all juniors are invited to attend.  A representative from Concordia University, Ann Arbor, will be here this Wednesday between 11-11:30 am to talk with students interested in majoring in social work, a new program they are offering.  

     

    AP test registration

    AP test registration will close this Friday, February 24th!  All registrations must be completed online using the link for your school. Refer to the school or district website for detailed information about the link. Please be aware of deadlines so that you do not miss your opportunity to take AP tests this year.  

     

    Skyline Students!

    Thank you for a great WinterFest Week 2017.  Congrats to our to Academic Innovation for winning the banner competition and SLC Spirit Week.  Thank you to the students who designed the winner banner for each SLC:
    Molly Cooke- Equality
    Ben Millunchick- Integrity
    Annika Caldwell- Diversity
    Hailie Lint- Academic Innovation
    and Blade Nelson who designed the dance ticket.
    Congrats to 4th floor SLC students for winning the first student vs staff game.  Finally another shout out to our SEC Red Boys Championship Basketball team, great job guys!

     

    Teen Spirit

    Students of Skyline, make sure not to miss your opportunity to submit to Teen Spirit and make money while doing it! This year’s theme is Enjoy the Silence. Participants are encouraged to write about breaking societal norms and use their writing to be vocal about current issues. If you aren’t a big fan of writing, don’t worry! Multimedia submissions will be gladly accepted as well. TeenSpirit, Skyline’s own literary magazine, is still taking submissions through this Friday, so don’t miss out! Your submission will also be submitted to the Writing Prize contest, where you could win cash prizes for your awesome work. All submissions may be sent to skylinelitmag@gmail.com.

     

    Skyline High School Democrats of America

    The Skyline High School Democrats of America are holding a poster-making session after school in Ms. Ducker's room today to spread awareness regarding the contributions Planned Parenthood makes to the health and well being of our society. Stop by to make a difference!

     

    Brick Bash

    TWO DAYS THIS YEAR: Saturday, February 25th- 11am-6pm and Sunday, February 26th- 12-5pm. $5/person or maximum of $20/immediate family.  Enjoy a performance by the Skyline Drumline at 2pm on Saturday, followed by a Percussion Petting Zoo. Concessions available. Proceeds benefit Skyline Bands. See more details at facebook/BrickBash.  

     

    Are you interested in Boys LACROSSE?
    Players & parents should attend our mandatory meeting and meet our new coach!  The meeting has been moved to Thursday, February 23rd at 7:00 p.m. in the Skyline Commons.  This meeting is for current, new & interested players.  All skill levels welcome… come check it out!

     

    Film Club

    The Film Club is excited to announce the return of our annual Trivia Night fundraiser on Friday, March 3rd from 7 – 9pm in the iCommons. The cost is $7 for one ticket, 2 for $10. Not only will pizza & pop will be served, but the winning team will receive a grand prize of $100. Anyone is welcome to participate. Tickets are available in Mr. Samulak’s room A411 or in the Sky Store. And don’t forget to take the Oscar Challenge! Rip off a poster tag and fill out your online ballot today!

     

     

    Student Jobs

    Liberty Athletic Club is looking to hire certified Lifeguards and Swim Instructors.  We offer a free individual membership to employees along with a discount on food and services. Come work (and play) at Ann Arbor’s premier athletic club!  Interested applicants can pick up an application at the front desk, download an application from our website (www.libertyathletic.net) or by contacting Kim Bonilla at 734.665.3738 ext 118.

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday, February 16

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 2/16/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    AP test registration

    AP test registration will close on Friday, February 24th. All registrations must be completed online using the link for your school. Refer to the school or district website for detailed information about the link. Please be aware of deadlines so that you do not miss your opportunity to take AP tests this year.  

     

    News from the Cube

    College Tutors is offering a free practice test here at Skyline, in the Cube, this Saturday, February 18 from 11AM to 4 PM. Sign up with Mrs Haller in the Cube.

     

    WInterfest Updates

    Diversity won yesterday's dress up day - so current point standing are Equality in last place with 20 points, Academic Innovation with 40 points, and Integrity and Diversity are tied with 45 points each.  It is still any SLC game for Spirit Week with 2 spirits days, banners, jar wars and SLC basketball game!
    Tomorrow on Friday is the final day with SLC color day.  Integrity it Gold, Diversity is Red, Equality is Blue and Academic Innovation is Green!
    Today and tomorrow at lunch you can still donate to Jar Wars! If you have change to donate, that is negative points so put in any jar that isn't your SLC.  Paper money will go into your SLC jar for positive points. Proceeds will go to the American Heart Association for American Heart healthy month.
    Today and tomorrow you can still purchase dance tickets for $10 during both lunches.  Ticket prices will go up to $15 at the door of the dance Friday night.  Doors now open at 8:30. IF you are attending the game you will have 5 minutes to get into line for the dance after the game.  The doors will close and ticket sales will end at 9:30, and the dance ends at 11pm.  All Skyline students and approved guest must have they ticket and ID.  No bags, backpacks or purses are allowed in the dance, please leave those at home or in your cars.  Also the theme for the Winterfest basketball game is NEON out!!! Come on out and support our Eagles take on Saline.
    Finally today and tomorrow at lunch you will have the chance to fill out a raffle form to win prizes at the student vs staff game on Friday! We are excited to bring this change to our new pep rally format! We're excited and hope your ready to see classmates and staff take the court! Please support the hard work!

    Students in Government

    If you're interested in making a change in the world and becoming a leader in your community, come join Students in Government. We're a new club that's designed to make your voice heard by people and politicians. Come to Ms. Phillips room, A 407, tomorrow from 2:45-3:30.

     

    Attention Seniors

    The Senior Photo Yearbook pages are on display. Please check to ensure you approve your photo and quote. If you have any issues, please notify aaskylineyearbook17@gmail.com by tomorrow, otherwise, they will be sent to print as is. Also, don't forget to order your copy of the yearbook at jostens.com



    Film Club

    Want pizza after school? Well today come to the student entrance after school to buy pizza to help fundraise for your local Skyline Film Club! Each slice will cost $2 but two slices are only $3!  Your donation will help fund independent film projects started by students like you! The Film Club is excited to announce the return of our annual Trivia Night fundraiser on Friday, March 3rd from 7 – 9pm in the iCommons. The cost is $7 for one ticket, 2 for $10. Not only will pizza & pop will be served, but the winning team will receive a grand prize of $100. Anyone is welcome to participate. Tickets are available in Mr. Samulak’s room A411 or in the Sky Store. And don’t forget to take the Oscar Challenge! Rip off a poster tag and fill out your online ballot today!

     

    Brick Bash

    TWO DAYS THIS YEAR: Saturday, February 25th- 11am-6pm and Sunday, February 26th- 12-5pm. $5/person or maximum of $20/immediate family.  Enjoy a performance by the Skyline Drumline at 2pm on Saturday, followed by a Percussion Petting Zoo. Concessions available. Proceeds benefit Skyline Bands. See more details at facebook/BrickBash.  

     

    Are you interested in Boys LACROSSE?
    Players & parents should attend our mandatory meeting and meet our new coach!  Tuesday, February 21st at 7:00 p.m. in the Skyline Commons.  This meeting is for current, new & interested players.  All skill levels welcome… come check it out!

     

    ATTENTION All Students

    A reminder that page 13 of the student guide states:  "Cell phones may be used during passing time or at lunch. However, the device or earbuds must not impede the student from being able to hear directions or inquiries from school personnel..."  School personnel will be enforcing the one ear bud rule at all times.  Student safety is our number one priority!  It was noted during the lock down drill last week that some students were not  aware of their surroundings.

     

    Student Jobs

    Liberty Athletic Club is looking to hire certified Lifeguards and Swim Instructors.  We offer a free individual membership to employees along with a discount on food and services. Come work (and play) at Ann Arbor’s premier athletic club!  Interested applicants can pick up an application at the front desk, download an application from our website (www.libertyathletic.net) or by contacting Kim Bonilla at 734.665.3738 ext 118.

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  • Annoucements for Wednesday, February 15

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 2/15/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCPIAL MCELMEEL

    Congratulations

    Skyline has two students qualify as potential Presidential Scholars. Congratulations Ailita Eddy and Jihye Nam!

     

    AP test registration

    AP test registration will close on Friday, February 24th. All registrations must be completed online using the link for your school. Refer to the school or district website for detailed information about the link. Please be aware of deadlines so that you do not miss your opportunity to take AP tests this year.  

     

    News from the Cube

    Attention Juniors. We are offering a SAT/ACT Prep Workshop on Wednesdays from 3-5 PM, beginning today through March 29th, presented by Mrs. Haller in the Cube, room B329.  The workshop is particularly well- suited for those juniors who scored at or below a PSAT score of 1050.  Of course, all juniors are welcome.  Also, College Tutors is offering a free practice test here at Skyline, in the Cube, this Saturday, February 18 from 11AM to 4 PM. Sign up with Mrs Haller in the Cube.

     

    WInterfest Updates

    WinterFest Week Updates! Yesterday Diversity won Wear Red day, but not enough to pull them into first place which is currently a tie between Integrity and Academic Innovation!  Tomorrow is NEON Candy Land Day!  Friday is SLC color day - Integrity is Gold, Diversity is Red, Equality is Blue and Academic Innovation is Green.  
    Dance tickets will continue to be sold during both lunches all week long for $10. Cash or checks made out to Skyline High School are accepted.  Dance tickets at the door of the dance Friday will be $15.  
    The dance time is now 8:30 until 11pm.  If attending the basketball game you will have 5 minutes when the game ends to get in line for the dance.  Ticket sales and doors close at 9:30pm.  Please leave bags, backpacks and purses at home or in your car.  Also don't forget all Skyline students and approved guests need tickets and ID to enter the dance.  Finally Jar Wars will begin today.  Proceeds from Jar Wars will go to American Heart Association. Coins are negative points and go into one of the other 3 jars that aren't your SLC.  Paper money is positive and goes into your SLC jar.  

     

    Students in Government

    If you're interested in making a change in the world and becoming a leader in your community, come join Students in Government. We're a new club that's designed to make your voice heard by people and politicians. Come to Ms. Phillips room, A 407, on Fridays from 2:45-3:30.

     

    Attention Seniors

    The Senior Photo Yearbook pages are on display. Please check to ensure you approve your photo and quote. If you have any issues, please notify aaskylineyearbook17@gmail.com by Friday, Feb 17, otherwise, they will be sent to print as is. Also, don't forget to order your copy of the yearbook at jostens.com

     

    Film Club

    Want pizza after school? Well tomorrow come to the student entrance after school to buy pizza to help fundraise for your local Skyline Film Club! Each slice will cost $2 but two slices are only $3!  Your donation will help fund independent film projects started by students like you!

     

    Brick Bash

    TWO DAYS THIS YEAR: Saturday, February 25th- 11am-6pm and Sunday, February 26th- 12-5pm. $5/person or maximum of $20/immediate family.  Enjoy a performance by the Skyline Drumline at 2pm on Saturday, followed by a Percussion Petting Zoo. Concessions available. Proceeds benefit Skyline Bands. See more details at facebook/BrickBash.  

     

    Are you interested in Boys LACROSSE?
    Players & parents should attend our mandatory meeting and meet our new coach!  Tuesday, February 21st at 7:00 p.m. in the Skyline Commons.  This meeting is for current, new & interested players.  All skill levels welcome… come check it out!

     

    ATTENTION All Students

    A reminder that page 13 of the student guide states:  "Cell phones may be used during passing time or at lunch. However, the device or earbuds must not impede the student from being able to hear directions or inquiries from school personnel..."  School personnel will be enforcing the one ear bud rule at all times.  Student safety is our number one priority!  It was noted during the lock down drill last week that some students were not  aware of their surroundings.

     

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  • Announcements for Tuesday, February 14

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 2/14/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCPIAL MCELMEEL

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to these 13 students who have advanced to National Merit Scholarship Finalists:

    Navya Arigapudi, Matthew Blischke, Jesse Cheng, Thomas Cohn, Ailita Eddy, Amy Ensing, Seungwon Hur, Chase Hyatt, Avery Lumeng, Jihye Nam, Micah Pollens-Dempsey, Jacob Schneyer, and Katerina Tang

     

    Congratulations to Deniz Kirca who took first place in the 2017 Brain Bee at Michigan State University. Deniz will be off to the National Brain Bee in Baltimore, Maryland, the weekend of March 17-19 where he will compete written and oral testing rounds, as well as sessions on neuroanatomy, neurohistology, and patient diagnosis. A press release can be found on the Brain Bee at MSU website. Congratulations Deniz!

     

    AP test registration

    AP test registration will close on Friday, February 24th. All registrations must be completed online using the link for your school. Refer to the school or district website for detailed information about the link. Please be aware of deadlines so that you do not miss your opportunity to take AP tests this year.  

     

    News from the Cube

    Attention Juniors. We are offering a SAT/ACT Prep Workshop on Wednesdays from 3-5 PM, beginning tomorrow through March 29th, presented by Mrs. Haller in the Cube, room B329.  The workshop is particularly well- suited for those juniors who scored at or below a PSAT score of 1050.  Of course, all juniors are welcome.  Also, College Tutors is offering a free practice test here at Skyline, in the Cube, this Saturday, February 18 from 11AM to 4 PM. Sign up with Mrs Haller in the Cube.

     

    WInterfest Updates

    Here are the Winterfest Week point updates after spirit day one: In 4th place is Diversity, 3rd place Equality, 2nd place Academic Innovation and in first right now with 20 points is Integrity!!!
    Tomorrow is Twin/Squad/Pack day.  Thursday is Neon Candy Land day. Friday is SLC color day.
    Today thru Friday Winterfest dance tickets are on sale for $10 at both lunches.  Payment accepted is cash or check made payable to Skyline High School.  Dance ticket prices will go up to $15 at the door.  The dance is Friday night, we have now moved up the entry time to 8:30. For students going to the game, you will have 5 minutes at end of game to get in line for the dance.  Doors close and ticket sales end at 9:30.  All Sky students and approved guests need ticket and ID to enter the dance. No bags, backpacks or purses will be allowed into the dance.
    Also don't forget Jar Wars this week - coins are negative and go in a jar that isn't your SLC, and paper money is positive points that go in your SLC jar! Proceeds from Jar Wars will benefit the American Heart Association. If you have any questions - please see Mrs Bezeau at lunch or in Room A115.

    Students in Government

    If you're interested in making a change in the world and becoming a leader in your community, come join Students in Government. We're a new club that's designed to make your voice heard by people and politicians. Come to Ms. Phillips room, A 407, on Fridays from 2:45-3:30.

     

    Attention Seniors

    The Senior Photo Yearbook pages are on display. Please check to ensure you approve your photo and quote. If you have any issues, please notify aaskylineyearbook17@gmail.com by Friday, Feb 17, otherwise, they will be sent to print as is. Also, don't forget to order your copy of the yearbook at jostens.com

     

    Film Club

    Want pizza after school? Tomorrow come to the student entrance after school to buy pizza to help fundraise for your local Skyline Film Club! Each slice will cost $2 but two slices are only $3!  Your donation will help fund independent film projects started by students like you!

     

     

    Attention students

    The “Free the Girls” Organization collects used bras to send to Africa so human and sex trafficking survivors can sell these bras to regain economic power.  We are looking for the support of Skyline students to donate their old and gently used bras. The donation box will be located in the main office through Friday Feb 24th. You can also bring your donations to Mrs. Winter's room C307. Thank you!

     

    Brick Bash

    TWO DAYS THIS YEAR: Saturday, February 25th- 11am-6pm and Sunday, February 26th- 12-5pm. $5/person or maximum of $20/immediate family.  Enjoy a performance by the Skyline Drumline at 2pm on Saturday, followed by a Percussion Petting Zoo. Concessions available. Proceeds benefit Skyline Bands. See more details at facebook/BrickBash.  

     

    Are you interested in Boys LACROSSE?
    Players & parents should attend our mandatory meeting and meet our new coach!  Tuesday, February 21st at 7:00 p.m. in the Skyline Commons.  This meeting is for current, new & interested players.  All skill levels welcome… come check it out!

     

    Student Jobs

    Liberty Athletic Club is looking to hire certified Lifeguards and Swim Instructors.  We offer a free individual membership to employees along with a discount on food and services. Come work (and play) at Ann Arbor’s premier athletic club!  Interested applicants can pick up an application at the front desk, download an application from our website (www.libertyathletic.net) or by contacting Kim Bonilla at 734.665.3738 ext 118.

     

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  • Announcements for Monday, February 13

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 2/13/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    AP test registration

    AP test registration will close on Friday, February 24th. All registrations must be completed online using the link for your school. Refer to the school or district website for detailed information about the link. Please be aware of deadlines so that you do not miss your opportunity to take AP tests this year.  

     

    Pledge Club

    Today, during EARLY LUNCH ONLY, the Pledge Club will be serving free pizza for students interested in talking about substance abuse in room A210. Mr. Graham and Ms. Schimmel will be there, along with information about community resources. This is a relaxed lunch group. Come hang out, have free pizza, and check it out! A210 in the main office Monday during EARLY LUNCH ONLY. Passes will be given to students with late lunch so come on down.

     

    Teen Spirit

    Reminder that all entries are due February 24th and can be sent to skylinelitmag@gmail.com. Bonus- By submitting your work to Teen Spirit you’re also automatically entered into the Writing Contest to win cash prizes!

     

    WInterfest Updates

    Winterfest Week 2017 is here!  Teachers when announcements have concluded, please make sure to fill out your google doc that you received this morning for Monday Spirit Week theme day.  
    Tomorrow on Tuesday for Spirit Week is Wear Red for Valentine's Day! It is also Heart Health month for the American Heart Association and proceeds from Jar Wars will be benefit their association.
    Wednesday,  February 15th is Twin/Squad Day.
    Thursday February 16th is NEON Candy Land Day
    Friday February 17th is SLC color day. Integrity is Gold, Diversity is Red, Equality is Blue, and Academic Innovation is Green.  
    Dance tickets will be on sale Tuesday thru Friday during both lunches for $10 and go up to $15 at the door of the dance Friday night.
    Friday night come back up to school to catch all of your basketball teams in action vs Saline. The student theme for the game is NEON.  The dance starts at the conclusion of the boys varsity basketball game approximately at 8:45//9pm and will last until 11pm.  The doors  for the dance will close and tickets sales end promptly at 9:30pm.  The dress attire for this dance is casual...
    All Sky students and approved guest must have ID and tickets to enter.  Please leave all bags, backpacks, and purses at home, no bags will be allowed in the dance.  
    If you have specific questions - please see Mrs Bezeau in room A115.

     

    Skyline Theatre

    Valentine's Day is coming up, and what better Valentine than a singing Valentine from Skyline Theatre! Skyline Theatre is selling singing valentines during both lunches in the commons. They cost one dollar for a song or three dollars for a song and a flower.they will then be performed during class on Valentine's Day!

     

    Students in Government

    If you're interested in making a change in the world and becoming a leader in your community, come join Students in Government. We're a new club that's designed to make your voice heard by people and politicians. We'll help you get interviews with elected officials, start protests, petitions and much more. Come to Ms. Phillips room, A 407, on Fridays from 2:45-3:30.

     

    Attention Seniors

    The Senior Photo Yearbook pages are on display for one week in the Commons. Please check to ensure you approve your photo and quote. If you have any issues, please notify aaskylineyearbook17@gmail.com by Friday, February 17, otherwise, they will be sent to print as is. Also, don't forget to order your copy of the yearbook at jostens.com before the price goes up!

    Film Club

    The Film Club invites you to participate in this year’s Oscar Challenge. Fill out an online ballot at bit.ly/skylineoscar and try to guess the winners. Whoever guesses the most correct will win any movie they want or a $25 gift card to Quality 16. The contest is absolutely free and open to both staff and students. The submission deadline is Thursday, Feb. 23rd. Good luck!  

     

    Fundraiser

    Tomorrow, on Valentine's Day and the day after, spread your love across the world! Buy a donut at the main entrance in the morning for you and your special someone, and the money will be sent to Afripads, an organization in Uganda that makes sustainable and reusable feminine hygiene kits for women all over Africa. 1 in 10 African schoolgirls skips or drops out of school due to a lack of menstrual products, and here at Skyline, we can help change this! Look for those donuts next Tuesday and Wednesday morning!

     

    Students

    The “Free the Girls” Organization collects used bras to send to Africa so human and sex trafficking survivors can sell these bras to regain economic power.  We are looking for the support of Skyline students to donate their old and gently used bras. The donation box will be located in the main office through Friday Feb 24th. You can also bring your donations to Mrs. Winter's room C307. Thank you!

     

    Brick Bash

    Bring your family to a celebration of everything LEGO®. See fabulous creations from the Michigan LEGO® Users Group and other exhibitors from around the country. TWO DAYS THIS YEAR: Saturday, February 25th- 11am-6pm and Sunday, February 26th- 12-5pm. $5/person or maximum of $20/immediate family

    Watch fun, stop-motion videos made using LEGO® figures. Make your own LEGO® creations! Shop for LEGO® jewelry, custom sets, and publications. View LEGO® robots in action. Enjoy a performance by the Skyline Drumline at 2pm on Saturday, followed by a Percussion Petting Zoo. Concessions available. Proceeds benefit Skyline Bands. See more details at facebook/BrickBash.  

    Student Jobs

    Liberty Athletic Club is looking to hire certified Lifeguards and Swim Instructors.  We offer a free individual membership to employees along with a discount on food and services. Come work (and play) at Ann Arbor’s premier athletic club!  Interested applicants can pick up an application at the front desk, download an application from our website (www.libertyathletic.net) or by contacting Kim Bonilla at 734.665.3738 ext 118.

     

     

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  • Announcements for Thursday, February 9

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 2/9/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    Do You have a CR?

    All CR Students must complete a Week 2 Summary in Moodle today or tomorrow to be counted for the State Count.
    For new 2nd Semester CR Students-
    There is mandatory CR Orientation tomorrow during either lunch in the Media Center Alcove for all new CR students. You can complete your Week 2 Summary during Orientation.  If you took a CR 1st semester, you can complete the Virtual Orientation and you do not need to come on Friday.

     

    Valentine Workshop in the iCommons
    Skyliners!  The iCommons is hosting a Make-Your-Own-Valentine Maker Workshop and Nail Bar all day every day from now through February 14th. Come to the iCommons and make a valentine for all your special people.  Come and paint your nails with hearts for the occasion.  Supplies, ideas and examples are all provided.  See you at the Valentine Maker Workshop and Nail Bar in the iCommons!

     

    AP test registration

    AP test registration has begun All registrations must be completed online using the link for your school. Refer to the school or district website for detailed information about the link. Please be aware of deadlines so that you do not miss your opportunity to take AP tests this year.

     

    Teen Spirit

    Looking for an opportunity to express yourself and make money doing it? Skyline’s own literary magazine, Teen Spirit, is taking submissions right now. This year’s theme is Enjoy the Silence. This is all about breaking social boundaries and cultural bubbles. Not a big writer? Multimedia submissions are welcome and encouraged. All entries are due February 24th and can be sent to skylinelitmag@gmail.com. Bonus- By submitting your work to Teen Spirit you’re also automatically entered into the Writing Contest to win cash prizes!

     

    WInterfest Updates

    Guest Forms are due next Monday.  If you are wanting to bring  a guest to the dance, those forms need to be submitted ASAP! When the form is approved your student number will be posted in the window of the 4th floor C hallway Academic Innovation Office.  Dance tickets will be sold next week during both lunches for $10, price will go up to $15 at the door of the dance. The dance is Friday, February 17th and will begin when the basketball game ends at approximately 9:00 pm.  The attire for this dance is casual.  

     

    Writing Center

    The Writing Center will be hosting another write in during both lunches today. Come join us for snacks and thoughtful writing about creating positive social change. Can't wait to see you there!

    Attention Seniors

    The Senior Photo Yearbook pages are on display for one week in the Commons. Please check to ensure you approve your photo and quote. If you have any issues, please notify aaskylineyearbook17@gmail.com by Friday, February 17, otherwise, they will be sent to print as is. Also, don't forget to order your copy of the yearbook at jostens.com before the price goes up!

     

    Student Jobs

    Liberty Athletic Club is looking to hire certified Lifeguards and Swim Instructors.  We offer a free individual membership to employees along with a discount on food and services. Come work (and play) at Ann Arbor’s premier athletic club!  Interested applicants can pick up an application at the front desk, download an application from our website (www.libertyathletic.net) or by contacting Kim Bonilla at 734.665.3738 ext 118.

     

    Film Club

    The Film Club invites you to participate in this year’s Oscar Challenge. Fill out an online ballot at bit.ly/skylineoscar and try to guess the winners. Whoever guesses the most correct will win any movie they want or a $25 gift card to Quality 16. The contest is absolutely free and open to both staff and students. The submission deadline is Thursday, February 23. Good luck!  

     

    Skyline Theatre

    Valentine's Day is coming up, and what better Valentine than a singing Valentine from Skyline Theatre! Skyline Theatre is selling singing valentines during both lunches in the commons. They cost one dollar for a song or three dollars for a song and a flower.they will then be performed during class on Valentine's Day!

     

    Attention students

    The “Free the Girls” Organization collects used bras to send to Africa so human and sex trafficking survivors can sell these bras to regain economic power.  We are looking for the support of Skyline students to donate their old and gently used bras. The donation box will be located in the main office through Friday, February 24. You can also bring your donations to Mrs. Winter's room C307. Thank you!

     

    Brick Bash

    Bring your family to a celebration of everything LEGO®. See fabulous creations from the Michigan LEGO® Users Group and other exhibitors from around the country. Watch fun, stop-motion videos made using LEGO® figures. Make your own LEGO® creations! Shop for LEGO® jewelry, custom sets, and publications. View LEGO® robots in action. Enjoy a performance by the Skyline Drumline at 2:00 pm on Saturday, followed by a Percussion Petting Zoo. Concessions available. Proceeds benefit Skyline Bands. See more details at facebook/BrickBash.  TWO DAYS THIS YEAR: Saturday, February 25th- 11:00 am-6:00 pm and Sunday, February 26th- 12:00 PM-5:00 pm. $5/person or maximum of $20/immediate family.

     

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  • Announcements for Wednesday, February 8

    Posted by Heather Jackson at 2/8/2017

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    FROM THE DESK OF PRINCIPAL MCELMEEL

    For new 2nd Semester CR Students-
    There is mandatory CR Orientation this Friday during either lunch in the Media Center Alcove for all new CR students. You can complete your Week 2 Summary during Orientation.  If you took a CR 1st semester, you can complete the Virtual Orientation and you do not need to come on Friday.

     

    Student Jobs

    Liberty Athletic Club is looking to hire certified Lifeguards and Swim Instructors.  We offer a free individual membership to employees along with a discount on food and services. Come work (and play) at Ann Arbor’s premier athletic club!  Interested applicants can pick up an application at the front desk, download an application from our website (www.libertyathletic.net) or by contacting Kim Bonilla at 734.665.3738 ext 118.

     

    Valentine Workshop in the iCommons
    Skyliners!  The iCommons is hosting a Make-Your-Own-Valentine Maker Workshop and Nail Bar all day every day from now through February 14th. Come to the iCommons and make a valentine for all your special people.  Come and paint your nails with hearts for the occasion.  Supplies, ideas and examples are all provided.  See you at the Valentine Maker Workshop and Nail Bar in the iCommons!

     

    AP test registration

    AP test registration has begun All registrations must be completed online using the link for your school. Refer to the school or district website for detailed information about the link. Please be aware of deadlines so that you do not miss your opportunity to take AP tests this year.

     

    Teen Spirit

    Looking for an opportunity to express yourself and make money doing it? Skyline’s own literary magazine, Teen Spirit, is taking submissions right now. This year’s theme is Enjoy the Silence. This is all about breaking social boundaries and cultural bubbles. Not a big writer? Multimedia submissions are welcome and encouraged. All entries are due February 24th and can be sent to skylinelitmag@gmail.com. Bonus- By submitting your work to Teen Spirit you’re also automatically entered into the Writing Contest to win cash prizes!

     

    WInterfest Updates

    Guest Forms are due next Monday.  If you are wanting to bring  a guest to the dance, those forms need to be submitted ASAP! When the form is approved your student number will be posted in the window of the 4th floor C hallway Academic Innovation Office.  Dance tickets will be sold next week during both lunches for $10, price will go up to $15 at the door of the dance. The dance is Friday, February 17th and will begin when the basketball game ends at approximately 9pm.  The attire for this dance is casual.  

     

    Writing Center

    The Writing Center will be hosting another write in during both lunches tomorrow. Come join us for snacks and thoughtful writing about creating positive social change. Can't wait to see you there!

     

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