Michael Greenlee changes the rules

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]here are those whose focus is science, and those whose focus is experimenting with the arts. Then there are those who feel the need for both – who want to paint on canvas for three days, then build a robot from scratch. The VPA (Visual and Performing Arts) and STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Math) are the only academies in […]

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NFL pros and joes: Fans share traditions

Every year fans witness shocking surprises in the NFL. An excellent example is the Chiefs beating the Patriots in Week 3, or the Packers going 10-4. You can never predict what is going to happen in the NFL; it’s different every year and is a sport that everyone enjoys. It’s entertaining and nothing is better than picking a favorite team […]

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Mr.Guenther wins Technology Teacher of the Year at the Apex Awards.

Skyline computer science teacher Mr. Guenther received the Technology Teacher of the Year at the annual Apex Awards in Denver on November 5. The awards, hosted by the Colorado Technology Association, are technology-based and centered around individuals and companies who make an impact on someone or the community. Mr. Guenther was excited to receive such an honor. “I knew I […]

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The scoop on the soup

[dropcap]S[/dropcap]oup didn’t come from a can, but from the love of a mother. A mother whose soup was so delicious she decided to share it with the the entire community.  It all started in the 1990s when Sherri Schumann started the Opportunity School (OP School), a program inside Skyline high school to help kids with school issues and keep them […]

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Girls basketball season preview

The Skyline girls basketball team hopes to have a better season after coming off last years 8-15. This season is a whole different ball game with most of the varsity team consisting of seniors. The coaching staff different with a new head coach and assistant coaches, but besides that the girls plan on “making this year a memorable year.” “I […]

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