The Skyline High School Special Education Department serves students identified with a range of disabilities who have Individualized Education Plans (IEPs). Specialized classes instruct students in core subjects as well as electives targeting adult living skills. Through these classes students learn about disability awareness, self-advocacy, social skills, communication skills, and life skills including job obtaining and maintaining skills, personal finance, and post secondary exploration to help in the development of a realistic plan for the year(s) following high school. The Department also focuses on educating students about a range of postsecondary options from district programming to college and careers.
Take a look at some of our recent news.
Parent Teacher Conferences 1/27/2022
Hello Falcon Families, Jan 27th will be our first evening of Parent Teacher Conferences for 2022.We will be using Meet the Teacher Parent Conferences LinkConference time 3:00-7:45 Each conference will be 8 mins with a 2 min break in between. Remember you can not go over, the program automatically ends!
Spring Ecredit Registration
Spring Ecredit Registration is now open to all students. If you have failed a core, required class, it is highly recommended that you retake this class through ecredit as soon as possible. Use this link to register: REGISTRATION If you have questions, please contact your counselor or make an appointment.
Registration for a special SENIORS ONLY e-credit is now open. Space is limited, so please register now if you are in need of taking a previously failed class. See your counselor for details! Seniors–the Local Scholarships are now available on Naviance! Please look at these opportunities; these are only available to SVVSD seniors, so your […]