These are the 2011 Breakfast Optimist Award Winners. Skyline’s Winners are Miguel Parada (3rd in back row, with black hair); Emma Janssen (5th in back row with curly blonde hair), Antonio Chavez Galaviz (2nd from right in back row) and Talia Carrillo (far right in first row, black sweater). We’re very proud of these winners.
Photo courtesy of me and my iPhone.
Honors Students: Don’t forget you must have at least 60 hours of community service to graduate with the honors diploma (including a 3.25 unweighted GPA, and at least one extra-curricular activity/year). Summer is a great time to get your hours completed – so sign up for some volunteer activities and make SHS proud.
Summer Reading: Many teachers and libraries have recommended reading lists for students. If you want to get a leg up for the 2011/2012 school year, you should definitely hit the books this summer.
Summer School: Starts June 13. Any student who needs to recover a class should pick up paperwork in the counseling office and attend the registration night. Times are listed on the calendar.
ACT: Students interested in taking or retaking the ACT on September 10 need to regsiter by August 12. Check out the web site for more info: http://actstudent.org/regist/dates.html
A big shout of congratulations goes to all of our academic award night winners. Skyline has a great bunch of students and we’re very proud of all of you!
Any student interested in a career in the field of cosmetology should attend the Longs Peak Academy’s Career Open House. The event starts at 4 p.m., Tuesday, June 7 and lasts until 7 p.m. Any visitor who comes that evening and signs up can recieve a scholarship for tuition. Check out the flier for details.
Longs Peak Academy of Cosmetology (3)
Clip Art courtesy of discoveryeducation.com
Everyone loves summer but what many people don’t love is the change in their routine. Any students who may need some help with mental health, quitting smoking, or they just may need someone to talk to, should check out these two lists of resources available.
Resources for Teens 1
Resources for Teens 2
Seniors before you start shouting “FREEDOM!!!” Braveheart-style you must fill out the senior survey as part of your check-0ut. Follow this link to get it done (it should only take 5 minutes).
Wednesday, May 11, is the ACT makeup for any juniors who missed the ACT on April 27. There are only 10 or so juniors that we need. They should come to the library at 7:15.
- Enjoying the fine May day.
Top Row: Manuel Rodriguez, Eliezer Balbin, Luis Manzo, Francisco Rojas and Erick Rojas
Back Row: Jorge Payan, Miguel Yanez, Carlos Perez, Francisco Alvarez and Enrigue Madrigal
Photo courtesy of Olga Cordero, Counselor SHS
Any LGBTIQ students interested in summer events, groups or activities should check out the attached flier. There are lots of opprotunities for students to get connected and have fun in June, July and August.
OASOS Summer 2011 events
Check out this great opportunity for students ages 16 – 21 to get interview, resume and job searching skills. The Governor’s Summer Job Hunt also connects students and young adults with summer jobs.
Governor’s summer job hunt
Governor’s summer job hunt Spanish