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 2552 N. Maple
 Ann Arbor, MI 48103
 (734)994-6515
 Principal: Cory McElmeel
 mcelmeel@aaps.k12.mi.us



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Announcements for 03-27-15

 

 SKYLINE ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

  

From the Desk of Principal McElmeel

 

~New Announcements~


Register to vote! Are you registered?

The last day to register to vote before the upcoming May 5 statewide ballot is Friday, April 6th. High School students who have turned 18, and have not registered, still have time to register and will be able to exercise their right to vote for the first time, on a local ballot measure that includes a School Bond for our district. Registration is simple and easy and can be done by mail or in person at the city clerk’s office, county clerk’s office, any secretary of state branch office or Military recruitment centers. Make your Vote Count!



Something wicked this way comes:  

Skyline Theatre presents William Shakespeare's classic story of dark ambition, Macbeth!  Tickets are available now at www.showtix4u.com and will be available at the door.  Performances take place Friday and Saturday night at 7:30 PM.  

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All Students

Skyline is starting an anti-bullying club. The first meeting is next Tuesday, March 31st after school in room B 329, the writing center.  Students are encouraged to come listen, share their stories, gain support, or become an active leader in bully prevention.


News from The Cube

The AAPS 30th annual College and Career Fair at Pioneer High School is on Sunday, March 29th from 2:00-4:00 pm.  



Attention NHS members

This is just a reminder that $20 Dues is due to Ms. Adams in the athletic office by Monday, March 30th. If you would like to learn more about fundraising options, please email Ms. Schimmel or Ms. Patterson.  


Senior One Act Auditions

Senior One Act auditions are coming up on March 31st, anyone who wants to audition should come! No theater experience needed! The play is titled "Just Like I Wanted" and Olivia Moray and Jenna Stribley will be directing it this year. Auditions will be held in the blackbox theater at 3 o'clock sharp!


Congratulations to this past weekend Science Fair Awardees from the Skyline Health & Medicine Biomedical Sciences magnet. 87 Skyline students entered and 27 were awarded multiple prizes. Two Biomedical Science magnet students are now going onto the State Science Fair competition; Good luck Amy Ensing and Max Hammer.
The following students took home cash prizes up to $200 with books, statistics awards, scholarships and gift cards.

Congrats to:
Alesandra Austin
Brook Bassert
Grant Bennett
Ann Bosivert
Maia Bradley
Alison Choi
Amy Ensing
Ben Halligan
Max Hammer
Seamus McWilliams
Shreeman Nimmagadda
Stephan Nurushev
Ben Pinsky
Cameron Richard
Nila Sabet
Emily Tyner
Jack Watza
Osten Eschedor
Hannah Bradburn
Roya Rochell
Kevin Want


Science Olympiad

Congratulations to the Skyline Science Olympiad team, who placed 3rd at the regional tournament Saturday at Adrian College, beating out local rivals Pioneer, Chelsea, and Greenhills for the second year in a row. The team had a great performance for a rather new team, and the team says thank you and goodbye to seniors Jaewon Hur, Luke Cheng, Nishant Kheterpal, and Tali Khain [Hi-in]. Looking forward to a great season, continuing to achieve success next year!


Congratulations Forensic Team

Skyline’s Forensic Traveling Team competed against 600 other forensicators at Walled Lake Western.  They received second place in the Silver Division for Sweeps-- complete with a big trophy!  They will be going to regionals in Dexter on April 18th.



Something wicked this way comes. Skyline Theatre's Macbeth!

Opening tonight Night, Skyline Theatre presents William Shakespeare's classic story of dark ambition, Macbeth!  Tickets are available now at www.showtix4u.com and will be available at the door. Additional performances take place Friday and Saturday night, all at 7:30 PM.  


Attention NHS members

This is just a reminder that $20 Dues is due to Ms. Adams in the athletic office by Monday, March 30th. If you would like to learn more about fundraising options, please email Ms. Schimmel or Ms. Patterson. 

                                                                 

Foreign Exchange students 2015-2016

Imagine having an AFS exchange sister or brother from another country?  They live with you for less than a year, but you become family forever!  Now is the time to apply to host an AFS exchange student for the next school year. High school students, it is not too late to apply to go abroad this summer or next fall with AFS, but the deadlines are fast approaching.  Have a life-changing experience!  Make friends from all over the world. National and local scholarships, and financial aid, are available.  www.afsusa.org


Students
Please remember in order to get into games for free, you MUST show a valid student id. If you do not have a current student id or family pass, you will need to pay $5 to enter any games at Skyline, Pioneer or Huron. NO EXCEPTIONS! PowerSchool schedule printouts will no longer be accepted. Thank you.

Youth for Understanding

Welcome a YFU International Exchange student into your family next fall! Great exchange sisters and brothers from all over the world are waiting to find out who their host family will be. It's not too late to apply to Volunteer, Intern or Study Abroad with YFU next summer or fall. Teach in China, learn beekeeping in Chile, serve the community in Italy, experience agricultural practices in New Zealand, give your language skills a big boost, and more! If you're ready to host now we have some Skyline students who need homes for the rest of the accademic year. Check www.yfuusa.org or contact Vickie Gaynor, vgaynor@yfu.org -- 734-929-5554 to find out more.


Skyline Parking

We’d like to remind students who drive to school that you must purchase a Skyline Student Parking Pass from Ms. Brewer in the Main Office. Students may only park in the Student Lot. Students' cars found parked in the Staff Lot or the Visitors Lot will be towed at the owner’s expense.


Closed Campus

This is a reminder that Skyline is a closed campus and students are not permitted to leave campus during lunches. Please note that any student who leaves campus is subject to disciplinary action.

 

Student Arrivals and Departures

Students: please remember that you must be dropped off and picked up at the Student Entrance before and after school each day. No drop-offs or pick-ups are allowed at the Visitors’ Entrance or the Bus Stops. Please note that students who arrive late to school should proceed directly to class as we are no longer issuing hall passes for late arrivals.

  

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