This event has been postponed. The new date is May 24 at 5:00 p.m.
Skyline's Annual Awards Night will be held on Thursday, May 18 at 6:30 PM in the Vance Brand Auditorium. Students being honored with awards will receive invitations prior to Awards Night. Skyline is so proud of the hard work and dedication of its student body, and we look forward to celebrating our Falcons' achievements.
Join us for the last Coffee with the Principal for this school year. We'll discuss how parents can best help their students prepare for and get into college. We're also seeking a few willing parents and guardians to particpate in a Parent-Teacher Conference Design Thinking challenge. More information will be provided at the Coffee. Come join us in the library on Wednesday, April 26th. 7:45 AM (Coffee and Donuts); 8:00 - 8:45 AM (Talk).
As many of you know, we have been putting on our own Special Olympics-type event every year here at Skyline. This year, the organizers wanted to make it bigger and even more exciting for participants, so we have reached out to our feeder middle schools(Timberline and Trail Ridge), asking them join us for the day's festivities. We are really excited to have future Falcons joining our event!
On Saturday, March 11, 2017, St. Vrain Valley School District held its 2nd Annual District-Wide Design Challenge here at Skyline High School. Three teams from Skyline participated: The Empathastics (Brittni Staufer, Michael Aragon, and Scott Duckworth); SHS iHope (Casey Luker and Ashlie Swanson); and Access to Essentials (Meghan Carter, Kelly Bates, and Lori Januszewski).
Katelyn Wojniak (12th), Michelle Tran (10th), and Adriana Guzman (9th/PTECH) went to the State Capitol to give testimony in support of HB 17 - 1184, the Modern Technology Education in Public Schools bill. Sponsored by Rep. Crisanta Duran and Sen. Kevin Grantham, the bill directs the DOE to create a publicly available resource bank of materials pertaining to computer science programs. The motion passed 11 - 2 on March 23rd!