The fear of Ebola is spreading 100 times faster than the actual disease.
To date, there are fewer than 10 confirmed cases of the disease in the U.S. Compare that to the flu, which hospitalizes more than 200,000 Americans every year, killing up to 50,000. Americans need to get over their fear of Ebola before it starts causing more problems. Continue reading
Picture getting your first iPhone, getting to hold that little glass beauty. You treat it like it’s your baby. When you drop it for the first time, your heart drops with it. I don’t think Android users have that same feeling. Continue reading
The Lady T-Birds had a bye for the first round of the volleyball Sub-State tournament since they were the number one seed. Continue reading
Watch two new stories from the Video Production class on the newest students and teachers at Skyline High School.
The Class of 2018 shows a lot of character. One of the standout characters in this class is Jade Downs.
Downs arrived at Skyline when he was in second grade. He participates in choir and band. Downs is also the high school football manager. Continue reading
At the start of the year, many teachers were moved to different rooms throughout the school. The teachers moved classrooms because of the new teachers Skyline gained.
With nine seniors on the football team, the season seems very promising. After being the first team ever in Skyline history to go undefeated their eighth grade year in football, they have high expectations.
The team hopes to capitalize on the experience they have received their last three years. They won their first game of the season against top five ranked South Barber. Continue reading