Skyview High School Weekly Bulletin

March 1-7, 2021

2-26 Update
Off-Campus AND Parking Permit Form - Click Here!

Students must complete form to Park on Skyview Campus or if student needs access to leave Campus. Must be signed by student & parent and turned into the Attendance Office to pick up pass. Must have Student ID card. ID card can be printed in office.

Students and Families New to Skyview:

This coming Friday and Saturday, March 5th and 6th we are going to provide some brief guided tours of our physical building so you all know where to go on your first days back to Hybrid learning. The tours are scheduled for 15 minute segments on Friday, March 5th from 4-6PM and Saturday, March 6th from 9-11AM. Due to the need for social distancing, we will keep groups to a max of 5 and limit it to just students. These tours will be guided by our Leadership and ASB students. Please click the link below to sign up for a time, spots are limited so grab one while they are still available!

Calendar Information

Monday, March 1st

Daily Remote Schedule

  • Family Contact Time, Independent Student Work, Office Hours @7:30-8:35 am

  • Period 1 @ 8:35-10:00 am

  • Independent Work @ 10:00-10:15 am

  • Period 3 @ 10:15-11:40 am

  • Lunch @ 11:40-12:10 pm

  • Independent Work 12:10-12:40 pm

  • Period 5 @ 12:40-2:05 pm

  • Period 7 @ 2:05-3:30 pm

Tech Support @ Skyview

Anime Virtual Club Meeting @ 2:10-3:00 pm - (email for link to Zoom Meeting)

DivCom Virtual Meeting @ 2:30 pm - (email for link to Zoom Meeting)

Men's Tennis Meeting - Commons @ 2:30-4:00 pm

Slowpitch Softball Practice - Aerobics & Wrestling Rooms @ 3:00-6:30 pm

Boys Varsity Golf - 2:30 pm @ Heritage

Boys JV Tennis - 2:30 pm @ Camas

Boys Varsity Tennis - Home vs Camas @ 2:30 pm (No spectators allowed)

Girls Varsity Slowpitch Softball - Home vs Prairie @ 3:30 pm

Tuesday, March 2nd

Daily Remote Schedule

  • Family Contact Time, Independent Student Work, Office Hours @7:30-8:35 am

  • Period 2 @ 8:35-10:00 am

  • Independent Work @ 10:00-10:15 am

  • Period 4 @ 10:15-11:40 am

  • Lunch @ 11:40-12:10 pm

  • Independent Work 12:10-12:40 pm

  • Period 6 @ 12:40-2:05 pm

  • Period 0 @ 2:05-3:30 pm

Tech Support @ Skyview

National Honor Society Offering Zoom Tutoring @ 12:10-12:40 pm (sign up at )

DECA Virtual Meeting @ 2:10 pm (email for link to Zoom Meeting)

Men's Tennis Meeting - Commons @ 2:30-4:00 pm

Slowpitch Softball Practice - Aerobics & Wrestling Rooms @ 3:00-6:30 pm

Girls Wrestling team is leading team building and mental strength-building @ 3:30 - 4:00! Please email for info!

Cheer Practice - Upper Gym @ 3:30-5:30 pm

StormBots - 600 Wing @ 6:00-9:00 pm

SVMPA Virtual Board Meeting @ 6:00-7:00 pm

Boys JV Tennis - Home vs Union @ 2:45 pm (No spectators allowed)

Boys Varsity Tennis - 2:45 pm @ Union

Wednesday, March 3rd

Daily Remote Schedule

  • Family Contact Time, Independent Study Work, Office Hours @ 7:30-9:00 am

  • Period 1 @ 9:00-9:30 am

  • Period 2 @ 9:30-10:00 am

  • Period 3 @ 10:00-10:30 am

  • Independent Work 2 10:30-11:00 am

  • Lunch @ 11:00-11:30 am

  • Independent Work 11:30-12:00 pm

  • Period 4 @ 12:00-12:30 pm

  • Period 5 @ 12:30-1:00 pm

  • Period 6 @ 1:00-1:30 pm

  • Family Contact Time, Independent Study Work, Office Hours 1:30-2:05 pm

  • Period 0/7 @ 1:30-2:00 pm

Tech Support @ Skyview

SAT Testing - SHS Wings/Media Center @ 7:00 am - 3:00 pm

Forecasting details will be sent out to students and familes today.

Knowledge Bowl Virtual Meeting @ 11:15-11:55 am (email for a link to Zoom Meeting). All students are welcome!

Men's Tennis Meeting - Commons @ 2:30-4:00 pm

Cheer Practice - Upper Gym @ 3:30-5:30 pm

Slowpitch Softball Practice - Aerobics & Wrestling Rooms @ 3:00-6:30 pm

StormBots - 600 Wing @ 6:00-9:00 pm

Boys Varsity Golf - 2:45 pm @ Camas

Boys & Girls Cross Country - Home vs Evergreen @ 3:15 pm (No spectators allowed)

Girls Varsity Slowpitch Softball - 4:00 pm @ Battle Ground

Girls JV/Varsity Volleyball - 5:00/7:00 pm @ Kelso

Girls JV/Varsity Soccer - 5:00/7:00 pm @ Kelso

Thursday, March 4th

Daily Remote Schedule

  • Family Contact Time, Independent Student Work, Office Hours @7:30-8:35 am

  • Period 1 @ 8:35-10:00 am

  • Independent Work @ 10:00-10:15 am

  • Period 3 @ 10:15-11:40 am

  • Lunch @ 11:40-12:10 pm

  • Independent Work 12:10-12:40 pm

  • Period 5 @ 12:40-2:05 pm

  • Period 7 @ 2:05-3:30 pm

Tech Support @ Skyview

National Honor Society Offering Zoom Tutoring @ 12:10-12:40 pm (sign up at )

Red Cross Club Virtual Meeting @ 7:15 am or 2:15 pm. Email for the zoom link.

MEChA Club Virtual Meeting @ 2:15 pm. Contact for link

Speech and Debate Practice @ 2:30-4:30 pm. Email for the Zoom invitation.

Math Team Virtual Meeting - 2:30-3:30 pm. Email for zoom link.

Men's Tennis Meeting - Commons @ 2:30-4:00 pm

Cheer Practice - Upper Gym @ 3:30-5:30 pm

Slowpitch Softball Practice - Aerobics & Wrestling Rooms @ 3:00-6:30 pm

StormBots - 600 Wing @ 6:00-9:00 pm

Girls JV/Varsity Volleyball - Home vs Heritage @ 5:00/7:00 pm (No spectators allowed)

Girls JV/Varsity Soccer - Home vs Heritage @ 5:00/7:00 pm (No spectators allowed)

Friday, March 5th

Daily Remote Schedule

  • Family Contact Time, Independent Student Work, Office Hours @7:30-8:35 am

  • Period 2 @ 8:35-10:00 am

  • Independent Work @ 10:00-10:15 am

  • Period 4 @ 10:15-11:40 am

  • Lunch @ 11:40-12:10 pm

  • Independent Work 12:10-12:40 pm

  • Period 6 @ 12:40-2:05 pm

  • Period 0 @ 2:05-3:30 pm

Tech Support @ Skyview

Men's Tennis Meeting - Commons @ 2:30-4:00 pm

Slowpitch Softball Practice - Aerobics & Wrestling Rooms @ 3:00-6:30 pm

Boys Varsity Football - 7:00 pm @ Prairie

Saturday, March 6th

Boys Freshman Football - Home vs Prairie @ 2:00 pm (No spectators allowed)

Sunday, March 7th

Slowpitch Softball Practice - Aerobics & Wrestling Rooms @ 4:30-7:00 pm

Upcoming Events

April 5-9 - Spring Break - No School

April 15 - Parent Conferences

April 16 - Parent Conferences - No School

Current Skyview students and incoming students are all encouraged to apply to Skyview's Science, Math, and Technology Magnet program. Click HERE to apply!

You can get more information about the magnet program at or visit our Open House Link at:

Current SMT students are already registered and do not have to re-apply.

Are you participating in this spring's BOLT Event? Remember to share your draft materials with Mrs. Wales by March 1st. Speakers should share access to a GoogleDoc of their speech, and other performers should share a brief write-up of the comments they'll make before/after their performance. Please text the Remind or email Mrs. Wales with questions. Thanks!

Special Education Parent Collaboration Series

We have an exciting opportunity coming up to partner with families through a parent collaboration series. The series will be held once a month via zoom. The intention of the series is to support families and caregivers of secondary aged students who receive special education services. Our goal of the series is to help families work through barriers and collaborate on positive outcomes with a focus on supporting students beyond school.

February 10th:
March 10th:
April 14th:
May 12th:

Here is the direct registration link for families:

Skyview Yearbook Information

Get the latest information for yearbooks, including how to submit senior photos, and fun surveys.

Good news! The 2021 yearbook is finally able to be pre-ordered. Our district has negotiated to make the price of the book only $30 for this year! You still have a chance to pre-order yours! This is the yearbook you will show your kids when you say "I made it through the 20-21 pandemic!"

There are 2 ways to purchase:

1. ONLINE. Just log onto the Vancouver School District Payment Website: The username will be your students’ 6-digit ID number proceeded by 3-zeros (i.e. 000XXXXXX). The password is your students’ last name ALL CAPS. Then you just click on your students’ name when it comes up and go​ from there. Questions? Call the Business Office from 7:30-2:00 weekdays at (360) 313-4200.

2. IN PERSON. You can visit Skyview from 7:30-2:00 and pre-order a yearbook in the Business Office. All visitors are required to wear a mask and follow social distancing protocols.

Want to be sure you are in the yearbook? Check our website for fun surveys and other information.

Parents ads are available now through February 6th, or until sell-out.

Prices range from #170 for a full page to $40 for an eighth page.

Go to , enter school code 6886, and select your ad size. Then you can upload your photos, select a template, and craft your message! Once you are in the ad website, please use their customer service line for any questions or help.

Thanks for your support!

Live Bell

Help for students to keep track of their schedule during the day.

Attendance matters during remote learning!

New calls and emails will be made starting Monday, January 11th 2021, to inform families of students who have missed 7 or more class periods for the previous week. This is just an attempt to increase communication and partnership with parents, not a punitive measure. Attendance is important to the success of our students and we want ot help to remove barriers for students and families with these contacts.

Students are in attendance when they make contact with a teacher, access Canvas within 24 hours on school days, or attend their class Zoom sessions that are posted on their teachers respective Canvas pages. If there is no contact or access, it will be counted as an absence, and you will receive a phone call, email, and text message. If your child performs one of these actions and an attendance message is sent in error, please let us know.

Messages will be sent around 4:45 p.m. for the previous school day and on Mondays if a student did not participate on the previous Friday. Absences can be excused by notifying the school within three days. To excuse an absence, you can call 360-313-4220, email or enter the absence in your Family Access account. You have 3 days to excuse an absence. Excusable reasons - Health Care Appointment, Illness, Family Activity, Family Emergency, Pre-Arranged Absence. You can check Skyward Parent Access to see what class is marked Unexcused.

In order for your student NOT to be marked absent for a period -

A- attend ZOOM class; and/or

B- log on to CANVAS for class that day; and/or

C- connect with the teacher

Tech Help for Students & Families

Technology Information for Families

  1. weLEarn Remote Learning Resources

  2. Canvas parent accounts: How to create an account (this is also on the WeLearn site under resources)

  3. If parents do not have an email account: Need an email?

  4. Access to Skyward -

    1. New To District or never accessed Skyward:

    2. Need help resetting a parent password? Click the "Forgot User Name/Password link" on the Skyward link on Type your email address and it will send a reset link.

Clark County Food Bank is coming to a school near you!

Felida, Jefferson, Alki, Skyview, Chinook

Clark County Food Bank will be operating a fresh food pantry at Hillcrest Nazarene Church 14410 NW Ave on Thursday March 4, 2020 from 1:30-2:30 p.m. All families are welcome to receive a box of fresh groceries. This pantry will now be drive through, please remain in your vehicle and the food box will be placed in your trunk. If you are walking, staff will direct you on where to line up. Please remember to wear masks and practice social distancing.

¡El banco de alimentos del Condado de Clark llegará a una escuela cercana a usted!

El Banco de Alimentos del Condado de Clark ofrecerá una despensa de alimentos frescos en Hillcrest Nazarene Church 14410 NW 21st Ave el cuarto de Marzo de 2021 de 1: 30-2: 30 p.m. Todas las familias pueden recibir una caja de alimentos frescos. Recuerde usar cubrebocas y practicar el distanciamiento social.

Parent & Family Focus Group Opportunity

The WA Dual Credit Task Force is partnering with Education Strategy Group to host a series of stakeholder engagement sessions with students & parents/families from across the state.

VPS New Program - The Office of the Education Ombuds

Vancouver Public Schools has a new program to offer to the students and families of the district. The Office of the Education Ombuds works with students, families, schools, and the community through the discipline process to resolve conflicts, build supportive partnerships, and foster collaboration so that every student can engage in a valuable educational experience within Vancouver Public Schools. The ombuds will provide confidential and unbiased guidance, resources, information, and support when parents need assistance navigating the student discipline process or a conflict exists within a discipline matter.

If you have concerns about your child’s experience within the discipline process, please reach out to the Education Ombuds, Rachel Cason. The ombuds is here to help you navigate the district’s processes and procedures as well as provide you with the assistance you may need in resolving conflicts specific to student discipline.

The Education Ombuds, Rachel Cason, can be reached at or 360-313-1340.

If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to reach out to me. Thank you.

Navigating Parent Instructional Technology

Here is a list of helpful information for families navigating remote learning with their students.

Student Support Options

Click the links below to learn more:

  • Grab & Go Meals
  • Storm Academic Support Program We are adding an additional intervention to support students academically through the end of semester 1. Please view this link for additional information. This link has been updated as of 1/14/21.
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Looking for Skyview gear?

If you looking for Skyview gear, the Skyview Marketplace is open for orders and pickup. Please email DECA advisor, for info

Graduation Date: June 15, 2021 at 8:00 PM (location TBD)

Students, it's Xello Time! One of your graduation requirements is to complete a High School & Beyond Plan - and we use Xello to complete this. Look for a school email with further instructions.

If you haven’t placed your Graduation order yet, make sure you do it now!

CLICK HERE for a link directly to your Senior Meeting!

CLICK HERE to place your order!

Haven't gotten your senior tshirt or a mask yet? No worries! We still have some available! Just email and let them know you'd like to purchase one! $30 for a mask and tshirt, $25 for a tshirt or $8 for a mask!

We're still taking orders for senior signs and will be doing so for the next couple of months! Make sure to get one for your senior! Only $25! Order forms can be found on our website, at the school or on Facebook!


Class of '21, the Senior Celebration is rockin' and rollin' and we need your help to sell those pies! The pie fundraiser ends March 12th!

We're also having a MOD Pizza dinner fundraiser on March 3rd, ALL are welcome!

Come on out and support Skyview's Class of 2021!

Go and find everything you need on our website:

Class of 2021 Senior Parents Website

Click here for information from the committee that will host the after-graduation party!

Senior Families! We have a new Facebook page! It's a public page so it can be found easier! Go to Skyview Storm Class of 2021! Things are rockin' and rollin'! Keep your eyes open for yard signs, dining nights, spring pies, and more! Come join today so that you can keep in the know!

Click here:

Skyview Booster Club Website

Sign up to be a Booster Member (free) and be on the distribution list for all things Booster.

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Hey Storm Nation! We are so excited to be able to say athletics are back up and running! Our Season 1 athletes have been competing for a week now. It feels amazing to have competitions happening again. Yes, some things are happening differently but we are adapting and handling the changes as they come. We have a few new things to share with all of you to make supporting Storm athletics a little easier.

First, we have a brand new website dedicated to Skyview Athletics. Please check out to see team schedules, highlights of games, rosters, and all sports related information here at Skyview.

Second, we have collaborated with to offer livestreams of games and other events. You can access the feeds on our website or you can go directly to Skyview Justagame page.

Third, Seasons 2 and 3 will be running concurrently starting April 12th. If you would like to participate in a winter or spring season sport, or perhaps both, clearance will open up on March 1st. To clear for a sport this year, you need to access, and fill out the registration. Make sure to have an up to date physical uploaded. They are good for two years. We look forward to seeing you!

Julian Williams,

Athletic Director, Associate Principal

With the sports season scheduled to start on Feb. 1, if you need to get a physical now would be the time to start making plans to have that done before the start of the season. We will be sending an email to all athletes we have on file who need a physical this year. If you have any questions please email

Men's Soccer is getting started!

Are you interested in playing with Skyview Men's Soccer this spring? If so, please visit our website (

On the site you will find a number to join our "remind", be able to fill out an interest form, and get linked to our Family ID. ALL players (returning or new) MUST register through Family ID starting March 1st.

Optional trainings are already taking place so don't wait, visit our website today.

Girls & Boys Swimming

Its OFFICIAL Swim WILL have a SEASON this year. The GIRLS swim season will be March 15th- May 1st. Boys Swim Season will be May 3rd- June 12th. Girls that are interested in participating in this NO CUT sport should get cleared through Family.ID asap. All levels of Swim experience is welcome even if you have not swam before we can teach you! Come enjoy the amazing workout and family atmosphere of the Skyview Swim program.

Wrastlers! Interested in wrestling?

Wrestling begins April 12th! Please contact Coach Sharpe for details!

Interested in at-home workouts designed for a wrestler? Want to hangout with other veteran and newbie wrestlers for a little bit each week? The Skyview Girls Wrestling team is leading team building and mental strength-building each Tuesday from 3:30 - 4:00! Please email for info!

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Beginning Monday, Oct 6, VPS will be allowing coaches to work with small "pods" of student-athletes in alignment with WIAA guidelines for Phase 2 of Washington's Safe Start plan. This is a unique opportunity for our athletic programs to lead and demonstrate how students can safely return to some form of in-person activities in a responsible and safe manner. Listed below are documents needed for participation and a description of the guidelines that will be followed. Skyview Athletics is thankful for the opportunity to connect with our athletes during these times.

  • Students will need to complete and turn in the COVID Screening and Waiver Form prior to participating.

  • Coaches and student-athletes will need to strictly adhere to the COVID Workout Guidelines.

  • Coaches will also screen student-athletes each day for COVID symptoms and take and record temperatures.

  • All activities and workouts must occur outside of regular school hours so that there is no disruption to classes.

  • This is entirely voluntary for both coaches and students.

Fall Virtual Games- Unified Sports!

Though we may not be at school, Special Olympics of Washington has created an experience that our athletes can participate in Virtually! The Skyview Athletics and Unified Rally Club are calling all Unified athletes and partners to participate in the 2020 Fall Virtual games representing Skyview High School.

Please see the flyer with all information here

Have questions? Email Associate Principal Ian Mansfield at


The SMT Council invites all Skyview clubs to participate in a maker challenge. Clubs can submit as many items as they would like to be displayed. Our first challenge will be a virtual gallery but we hope to host future challenges in the SMT wing.

Winter Maker Challenge Theme: Stars

What: As a club or individuals create something that represents "Stars"

When: Submissions are due January 5 and displayed/published January 12

Where: Currently only online

Why: It's a chance to bring your club together and Skyview together. Plus it's an excuse to make things!

How: Submit a digital copy of it to the SMT Council via the Google Form. Clubs can submit as many entries as they like.

Spring Challenge: Growth

Submissions are due April 8 and displayed/published April 15

There is no wrong way to make something so get creative and get making!

Anime Club

Anime Club meets every Monday from 2:10 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Email Ms. Reese at for the Zoom link!

Asian Cultural Club

Looking to join a club? Come to Asian Cultural Club. We meet once a month and highlight Asian countries.

Email Danielle Puhl, advisor, for link:


DECA meets Tuesdays at 2:10 on Zoom. Message with questions. National membership dues can be paid at


Monday - Weekly DivCom meeting every Monday at 2:30. Email for link!

Future Medical Professionals

Start thinking ahead: Future Medical Professionals is a club for students interested in pursuing a job in the healthcare field. The club includes Guest Speakers, Virtual Medical Conferences, Science Bowl, Internships, and more!

FMP meets virtually each Monday at 2:15 pm. Want to join? Text @skyviewfmp to 81010 or email club officer Hayley Stone at with any questions.

check out the FMP website for more information:

Key Club

Key club is truly life altering. Community service is something we focus on achieving, helping our community in different areas. Currently we are striving to help students in our community by willingly taking the time to tutor middle schoolers, in order to help them gain a better understanding in subjects they are having difficulty in. But we also try to build a connection with the students, as they are a part of this hard time involving online learning. If you want the opportunity to be involved in volunteer opportunities, community involvement, make friends, and develop or show your leadership skills, join Key Club!

Key Club continues to make the most of remote service work with: tutoring, making inspirational cards, reading and recording books for children, and more! Meeting every otherTuesday at 2:10 pm. Check website for Zoom Link. New members are always welcome!

Huge thank you to Key Club's current officers for keeping Key Club running during remote times - President Alneeda San, Vice-President Hayley Stone, Secretary Michael Helde, Treasurer Ashley Barron-Pintor.

Welcome to new officers: President Michael Helde, Vice-President Ashley Barron-Pintor, Secretary Emma Franks, Treasurer Kairo Montes-Escamillia and Web Master Aleah Breen.

Next meeting is Tuesday, February 23rd at 2:00 pm

Knowledge Bowl

Knowledge Bowl meets Wednesday from 11:30 to noon. Email for the Zoom link. All students are welcome.


If you looking for Skyview gear, the Skyview Marketplace is open for orders and pickup. Please email DECA advisor, for info

Math Team

Math Team meetings on Thursdays from 2:30 - 3:30 pm (email for zoom link)

MEChA Club

Mecha Meetings @2:15 every other Thursday via zoom contact for link!

Skate Club

Students! Join us for Skyview Skate Club meets every final Thursday of the month from 2:15 - 3:00! Come join us! Hang out, talk about skateboarding and our progression

Watch skate videos and movies, have monthly skate sessions, and build the skate community!

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Speech & Debate Club

Speech and Debate Practice, Thursdays @ 2:30pm. Email for the Zoom invitation.

Women in STEM Club

Women in STEM Club is an opportunity for Skyview's young women to join together and support each other in the pursuit of education and careers relating to the fields of science, technology, engineering, math and medicine. Club activities include book discussions, researching scholarship opportunities, and attending/discussing women in STEM-related events.

All are welcome to join the club. Meetings are held on the 2nd/4th Mondays of each month from 12:00-12:30 pm. Email for a link!

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