Many teens do not know how to use the internet and their apps responsibly. Abuse is common with apps that share photos. Continue reading
Over Spring Break the journalism class took a trip to New York for a journalism convention. A total of 18 students that were in any of Judy Hampel’s journalism classes went on the trip. The students flew out the Monday Spring Break started. For many of the students, this was their first time being on a plane. Continue reading
The fourth day in New York was the second day of conferences.
We went to the conference during the morning and then had some free time for a couple of hours. During the free time a small group went on a ferry to Staten Island and went around the Statue of Liberty.
“I thought that the Statue of Liberty seemed small in comparison to all of the tall buildings,” sophomore Jarod DeWeese said.
Later, some of us went to B&H Studios, while others had a couple free hours to walk around Madison Square Garden. Most of the boys went to the Knicks game in Madison Square Garden.
“I really enjoyed the halftime show, people were jumping on a trampoline doing flips,” senior Dustin Weber said.
While the boys were at the game, all the rest of us went to an outside ice rink.
“Ice skating was really fun. It was a lot easier than I thought it would be,” junior Lexie Maloney said. “It was like roller skating.”
Jarod captured the day in video.
Sophomore Rance Tucker and freshman Tyler Tobin took photos.
Public Display of Affection is spreading throughout the school. Yes, we get that some students really like each other, but that doesn’t mean they should hang all over each other and annoy everyone. Continue reading
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
Christmas is a holiday to build lifelong memories with both your family and friends.
As people grow older, the way they see Christmas changes. You don’t see it as a tree filled with presents under it anymore. You probably start thinking of it as an opportunity to see family come home, old friends returning from college, and other people you may not get to see that often. Continue reading
One of the busiest shopping days of the year is the day after Thanksgiving.
For most stores it starts Thursday night and extends through Cyber Monday. Continue reading
It has been 15 years since the football team has made it to playoffs.
The boys have only lost one game to Attica/Argonia, but they are still undefeated in District and in League. The top two teams from the eight districts advance to the playoffs. Skyline won their game against Kinsley Friday, clenching first place in the district, which means they get a home playoff game on Tuesday. Continue reading
A 65-year-old man from Anchorage, Alaska, is currently on a 1,750 mile bicycle ride promoting student volunteerism and community leadership. Continue reading
Painted parking spots at other schools inspired the Pep Club sponsor to sell parking spots to help raise money for scholarships.
“A couple schools I have gone to for MAYB had painted parking spots and I thought it was neat, so I stole the idea,” Pep Club sponsor Summer Younie said. Continue reading