Standardized Stress

Written by Janette Rodriguez, September 23, 2016 Throughout the years, school districts in Colorado search for ways to improve their schools and provide better education to the students inside them. The question is: are they really defining a student’s intelligence the right way? Maybe not. To start with, standardized tests are crushing creativity among the students. Due to the format […]

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Falconbots Soar to be the BEST

This article provided courtesy of Somatra Soeun and Dariel Campos, members of the Skyline Falconbots. If you or your club is interested in writing an article for The Sky Line, please contact Ms. Kaufman at kaufman_marie@svvsd.org The Skyline Falconbots Robotics Team is excited to announce our participation in the Rocky Mountain BEST Robotics competition. BEST is a national robotics competition, where […]

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Get a Taste of Skyline

September 14th marks the day of Skyline’s widely known back-to-school night. With Chick-fil-a and a bouncy house by their side, Skyline High School definitely brought the fun to going back to school. Plenty of prizes were won, clubs reeled in new members, and teachers met the masterminds of their students. The core class tables certainly drew in quite a bit […]

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Exploring Longmont in Cross Country

During practices, the runners run down the streets of Longmont and glow brightly with their neon shirts. Runners work till their bodies cramp and they can taste lactic acid in the back of their throat. This is the sign of just how hard they work to bring more pride to Skyline High School. I was on the team for a […]

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Bee and B Part: 1

I’m beginning to notice how much of a role model I am for my younger brother. We’ve been best buddies for our entire lives, and I happen to influence almost everything he does. Ever since he was born, we’ve been best friends. When we were younger, people used to mistake us as twins, but we both grew out of that […]

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The Birth of Rap and Hip Hop

Spitting rhymes to a sick beat all started in the 70s, DJs would throw parties and use their sound system to go all out. They’d just goof around with records at home, play in public as well and eventually other people liked how they would switch up a song and make it so distinct from how it originally was. The […]

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