Teacher pay: it isn’t enough

Each district around the United States gives public teachers a different annual salary. According to the table released in their publicly available pay scale, teachers at Skyline High School and others schools in the St. Vrain Valley School District start off with an annual salary of 37,000 dollars. Other public school teachers receive on average 54,819 dollars yearly (Alters). I […]

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The Future for P-TECH

The school year is almost over, and PTECH students have made it through! Our amazing counselor at Skyline High School, Ms.March, informed students what sophomore year will begin to look like. PTECH students who will be sophomores next year will have five college courses, two the first semester and the other three second semester. The first course is CIS 119 […]

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Dear Girls: Be Who You Are

Growing up, I was always known as bossy, loud, and not polite enough. I always knew what I wanted, and I knew how to respond to someone before they even finished talking. I always got called out for being this way, and I never understood why. I felt as if I wasn’t allowed to be sure of myself. Growing up, […]

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Remodeling The Library

As we all know ,the library is being remodeled, and, if you didn’t know, now you know! The walls are being painted, and the entrance has been painted white so that murals can be painted there. The rest of the walls are painted dark blue and like a light blue with a beautiful sassy green. There are plans to have […]

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Personal Change

With nine weeks of high school left, I looked around and thought about how it feels like it went by so slow. That made me think about how much I have changed since I started high school. This brought something to my attention; I have changed a lot, and I’ve even changed some just since the beginning of this school […]

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Life is Like

LIfe is Like LIfe is like when you get your first car. Stable enough to get you far but still need repairs to run smooth time will take toll and rust away parts you thought would last repairs to broken parts nails laying waiting and potholes in the pavement speed bumps waiting for you to slow down rain, sun and […]

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Spring Break Adventures

  Spring break is just around the corner! You may have something already planned, or you might have no clue of what you’re going to do. There’s endless options of what you can do in Colorado. You can go to lakes, hike up in the mountains, go to casinos (if you’re of age), but if you wanna try something different, […]

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Optimist Club Award Winners

Congratulations to Jilissa Macias and Savannah Rivera, who were nominated for their outstanding contribution to academics, clubs, and community services. They are involved in many activities both in and out of Skyline and were honored with a breakfast and certificate of appreciation. We are so proud of you both.

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The Peace of Wild Things – Spring Choir Concert

On Tuesday, March 14th, all of Skyline’s musical ensembles performed. This included: Concert Choir, Falconnaires, Valkoor, Alpine Jazz, and Allegro. All of the performances were fantastic and showcased the hard work and dedication of Skyline’s musicians. It was great to witness the talent we house here at Skyline. The Sky Line looks forward to the next choir concert, which is […]

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