After 17 weeks and three playoff weekends, the Super Bowl matchup has finally been set. Continue reading
It is now a new year and just like every year, an American tradition called New Year’s resolutions are used for self-improvement. Continue reading
The Lady T-Birds have had a rough start to the first part of the season. Continue reading
The boys’ basketball team placed seventh at the 11th Annual 54 Classic basketball tournament that was held last week in Cunningham.
The T-Birds started the tournament against the sixth seed, Kinsley. Earlier in the season, Skyline beat Kinsley 63-46. At their second meeting, Skyline fell short 75-68, which sent them into the losing side of the bracket.
When senior year comes around there are many important decisions students have to make.
“Students have many options after high school,” guidance counselor Julie Ewing said. “Many will go to a college or technical school, join the military, or go directly into a job.” Continue reading
There are many things that can be done to improve any school, but one easy thing that would help anyone is letting students into school sponsored activities for free. Continue reading
A senior boy is one of five regional TSA representatives across the state of Kansas.
TSA stands for Technology Student Association. It is a club that helps students step up and be a leader in their community and also as an individual.
Last Thursday the varsity Scholars’ Bowl team went to their league meet in Cunningham.
The team placed first out of the 10 teams there. They went undefeated at the meet. They will go to Regionals next week. If they place first, second or third in Regionals, they will advance to State.
Junior Austin Timm, 17, passed away Dec. 24, 2014, at Wesley Medical Center.
He was born Dec. 5, 1997. He was the son of Robbie and Delicia Timm and brother of early graduate Tiffany Timm. His oldest sister, Ashley, graduated from Skyline in 2011. Continue reading