Is it really worth it?

In the 2016 – 2017 school year, Skyline High School decided to hold Advisory sessions on almost every Wednesday. This is a new initiative. Furthermore, something new to this semester of Advisory is that being absent from the session is now counting against student attendance. People have a lot to say about Advisory. Some students have voiced their opinions on […]

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What I Wish I Would Have Learned

My future has been on my mind a lot lately. Sometimes, it gets to me that I have the same routine everyday and that stresses me out. It’s school, work, school, work every single day, and at times I feel like I’m not getting anywhere. I work so hard and sometimes feels like it’s going slower than ever. I will […]

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Get Involved With The Sci-fi Club!

Do you enjoy Sci-fi movies? Maybe you’re looking for a club to join? Well, the sci-fi club is one of the many clubs available to you at Skyline! The Sci-fi club focuses on fandoms of the sci-fi culture. Fandoms are groups of people who are serious fans of movies, games, and books. Some fandoms include Star Wars, Doctor Who, Star […]

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P-TECH Kickoff for Third Thursday Social

On Thursday, January 19th, Skyline’s P-TECH cohort celebrated their first Third Thursday Social. Aside from many of the P-TECH students, representatives from IBM and Front Range Community College attended. This event helped the college/high school students cool off from any stress they’ve been experiencing. Bonds were made over pizza and board games (unless you were playing Monopoly). This social also […]

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Teacher of the month

As some of you know, The Sky Line is now sponsoring a Teacher and Student of the Month. We have nomination boxes set up in the library, and students and staff are welcome to nominate teachers and students who they believe should be recognized for their hard work, character, or effort. Our first teacher of the month (for January) is […]

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Meet my IBM Mentor: Andrea Keating

As a member of Skyline’s first P-TECH cohort, I’ve been assigned a mentor from IBM. Each member of FALCON TECH gets a mentor. Students meet with their mentors throughout the year to receive guidance, encouragement, help with homework, and to work through and with real world problems an employee of IBM might face. I sat down with my mentor to […]

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Salto The Search and Rescue Bot

One of the newest advancements in robotic technology is a little robot named Salto. Salto is a robot designed to jump to incredible heights and climb at unbelievable speeds. Standing only ten inches tall and weighing only 0.2 pounds, Salto is able to jump higher than any other robot proportional to its size. Salto was designed taking real life inspiration […]

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We Are Having Two Contests!

We Are Hosting Two Contests!   Read The Sky Line and win a King Soopers Gift Card when you: Go to our blog and read an article of your choice Leave a comment on the article Like our Facebook page @ the sky line news blog Then, you will be entered into the drawing for the King Soopers gift card We’ll draw […]

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What Triggers Anxiety

   Students have been raised in a world of perfect grades. We are led to believe that we are supposed to get straight A’s in school. Many of us can achieve that goal; others cannot. Those who can’t achieve straight A’s end up feeling upset with themselves. They don’t feel smart enough or good enough, causing anxiety and phobia. Those […]

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Leading change

For this year’s monthly topic, I’ve decided to interview Mr. Quezada, our Spanish teacher. I’ve also decided to tag along with one of our students, Liza Degtiarova, a student who would like to share how she’s related to our monthly topic. To watch the video, click the link below.  

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