Clothing and Toiletry Closet Opens at Skyline

On Saturday, March 11, 2017, St. Vrain Valley School District held its 2nd Annual District-Wide Design Challenge here at Skyline High School. Three teams from Skyline participated: The Empathastics (Brittni Staufer, Michael Aragon, and Scott Duckworth); SHS iHope (Casey Luker and Ashlie Swanson); and Access to Essentials (Meghan Carter, Kelly Bates, and Lori Januszewski). All three teams presented thoughtful, important, and impactful designs. Skyline was honored […]

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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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Meet Our Staff

The Sky Line news blog has been hard at work this year, and we thought it was time to introduce our staff. Interestingly, in second semester, we have an all-female staff. There are 11 staff members and Ms. Kaufman, who is our sponsor/teacher. We hope you’ve been enjoying this news blog, and now — allow us to introduce ourselves:   […]

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Issues of Immigration: My Reality

Due to the current and often hostile climate in America surrounding immigration, the following article was anonymously submitted to The Sky Line. We, the staff, would like our readers to know that this is only one of many similarly-themed stories. If you would like to share your story, anonymously or otherwise, please feel free to contact Ms. Kaufman, teacher librarian […]

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A New Chapter

The following is a student’s perspective of her first year of high school. She wishes to remain anonymous.    There is always room for a new chapter(s) to open up in a person’s life. A few months ago, a new chapter that opened up for me was Skyline High School. To be quite frank, I wasn’t nervous or worried about […]

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Romance is Dead

Written by Jatzeny Flores Romance is dead. We live in a time when a man buying you roses, writing you love letters, waiting for you at your doorstep, opening the door for you, etc., is surprising. Women have become so accustomed to a man not treating them with respect that when someone does do sweet things, they find it out […]

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Chinese New Year: A Collaborative Report

The following article is a collaborative merger of many research essays written in Ms. Wang’s Mandarin Chinese 1 class. We thank all of the guest reporters and Ms. Wang for their contributions to The Sky Line.  from Kylen Keuma The Chinese New Year is considered the most important festival of all in China. This year is the year of the […]

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