Flex Time Student Survey
Attention Spartans! Please don't forget to take the Flex Time Student Survey, today, October 22nd - we value your feedback. Thank you!
Drugs and Alcohol in our Community Presentation
Thank you to the many families who attended our Drugs and Alcohol in our Community presentation. The video of the presentation will be posted within the following week. We
are also in the process of organizing the questions which were submitted
electronically, and are hoping to post answers to question themes next week as
well. If you were unable to attend here is the Drugs In Community Presentation 10.16.19 Power Point document that was used during the presentation.
We understand the importance of providing families and the
community with any support or resources we can as we work together to make
Skyline a safe and supportive space for our students .
If you have any questions or concerns about how your child is coping, please contact our school counseling office, or our Administrative team. One
resource that may be helpful during this time is The Crisis Connections Line
(866-427-4747). The line is available 24-hours a day and provides helpful
resources and support for people in need.
Below are two additional resources that may be helpful
during this time:
- The article “Tips
for Supporting the Grieving Teen”, from the Dougy Center: The National
Center for Grieving Children and Families, provides thoughts and tips for
families as they speak to their teenagers about loss and grief. This
article has thoughtful steps, examples, and guidance that could be a
helpful support as you discuss this very sensitive and difficult
topic. The full web site for the Dougy Center is: www.dougy.org.
- The document “Experiencing
Grief” is a summary of research from the University of Washington
Center for Student Counseling. This includes a list of tips and
ideas, and more information and details are available at the UW Center for
Student Counseling web site:
Keynote Speech by Dr. O'Rourke from Curriculum Night
If you were unable to attend Dr. O'Rourke's keynote speech during Curriculum night, the video of his speech is now available.
Yearbook Specifications for the Class of 2020
Congratulations on becoming a senior! Although the end of your senior year seems far away, it is time to plan for your senior portraits. Summer is a terrific time to have your photos taken in natural light.
Senior photos and quotes will be due on November 5th, 2019 If you choose not to have a professional picture taken, then be sure to have an ASB photo taken the first week of school. While most major photography studios in the area already have these specifications, please have your photographer make a print that matches the following:
Student school photos will be used if the professional photo is not submitted or does not meet our standards as listed above. If a school photo is not available for your student we will use a place holder.
Please submit all portraits as .jpg or .tif files with the resolution at 300 dpi. to the following site:
Don’t forget to remind seniors to submit their quotes
and remember to check the school website at least twice a month (especially running start students) for updates and senior information. Quotes are screened and may be excluded from the book if deemed inappropriate. Please refrain from any content that references drugs, alcohol, criminal activity, or inflammatory/ insensitive/ sexual language.
Yearbook Recognition Ads for the Class of 2020
Yearbook recognition ads are a great way for parents, families and friends to commemorate your Senior's achievements and important milestones. In addition, revenues from recognition ads help our school to create a better yearbook. To purchase your ad online, follow the instructions on the Skyline 2020 Senior Yearbook Recognition Ad information flyer. Jostens is managing the yearbook ad sales so please do not contact or send materials to the school. All ad orders must be placed online by 01/19/2020.