The high school choir and band went to the music festival on the February 26. Continue reading
Many students at Skyline are taking classes dealing with Agriculture, which is the producing of food, feed, fiber and other products. Continue reading
A game of tag instead of a dance was the post game activity for homecoming night. “I’m glad that homecoming isn’t a dance because high school shouldn’t just be about romantic stuff, you should just have fun,” freshman Morgan Riepl said. Continue reading
The students at Skyline were introduced to a new flex schedule in an attempt to change schools for the better and get students more prepared for college. Continue reading
Skyline Schools had a speaker come talk to the middle and high school students on October 1, about human trafficking and how they can be more conscious about their social media apps. Continue reading
A human trafficking presentation, held at the Skyline gymnasium, was given to middle school and high school students from a guest speaker on October 1, to begin Self Regulation Training. Continue reading
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.
The SHS music department had a busy week competing at the State Music Festival for Large Groups.
Choir performed their numbers, “Rise Up, My Love” and “Ye Followers of the Lamb.”
Don’t miss the show of a lifetime tomorrow at 6:30 in the multi-purpose area where you can watch and listen to the state bound band and choir solos and ensembles along with the forensic student performances. The showcase will be open for the public to come watch. They will be able to watch all of the performances or they may come to watch certain students.