Students got the opportunity to hear about different careers during the Career Day held on April 27. There were 12 presenters and the students listened to three of the 12, then attended a question and answer session.
For the upcoming school year, a Flex-Mod schedule is being developed in hopes of letting each individual student have more of an important role in planning his or her educational path.
Anita DeWeese and Jackie Mundt had to take over the ag program because the previous ag teacher resigned.
The boys’ basketball season went well, ending with a 17-5 record.
The National FFA Organization had a week where students played games and had trivia questions to celebrate FFA.
High school cheer coach Kim Lee received the 2017 National Federation coach of the year award at the first ever Kansas Cheer Competition. She has been coaching for 25 years now. Lee’s first squad was in 1989. Between then and now she had taken time off to help her own kids when they were younger. In that time she also coached middle school cheerleading.
The Skyline team attended their second livestock judging competition last Friday.