Student Announcements

September 20, 2021

CREATE A CLUB!

Students, do you want to get involved? Create a club! See the email from Ian Mansfield, club applications are due before October 15th!

RED CROSS CLUB

The next Red Cross meeting will be Thursday, September 23rd at 2:10 pm. All meetings are held in Miss Christensen's classroom, room 410A. If you missed the first meeting of the year, but would still like to join the club, please attend on the 23rd. We will discuss everything you need to know in order to be a member of the club this year.

PHOTO BOOTH

Represent your favorite college or military branch this Wednesday for College Wear Wednesday. GEAR UP will be out front for a My Future Aspirations Photo Booth before school and during lunch. Stop by, get your photo taken, and earn a treat.

CLASS OF 2022

Seniors! Your portrait and quote are due to the yearbook by November 10th. Ms. Cowen sent you an e-mail with important links!

DECA CLUB

DECA will be meeting this Tuesday and every Tuesday at 2:10 in the Marketplace. We hope to see you there!

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Our girls jv team took fourth place and the varsity team finished fifth out of 18 teams on Friday in Hillsboro. Leading the way was medalist Evelyn Reed who finished in the top 10 of the 341 racers at the meet.

KNOWLEDGE BOWL CLUB

Here's a trivia question for you...In economics, the price of an item depends on the demand for the item and its what? Come to the first Knowledge Bowl meeting of the year Tuesday night from 6:15 to 7:30 in room 606. Contact Mr. Brands if you have any questions. Knowledge Bowl is open to all students who enjoy learning and having fun.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

On Friday the boys cross country teams ran great races at the Meriwether Invite. The JV team placed 4th out of 21 teams. Leading the storm was Ryan Koenninger, Michael Ouellette and Cohen Engstrom. The varsity team placed 12th out of 28 teams, lead by Benji Merrill, Evan Hebblethwaite and Carson Clary.

SMT MAGNET PROGRAM

We still have room for this year's Science, Math, and Technology Magnet Program!


You can learn more about the program at https://sites.google.com/vansd.net/skyviewhighschoolvirtualmagnet and our home page https://skyview.vansd.org/smt/

Contact Mr Ebert or Mr. Schmidt to join.

Skyview High School

The mission of Skyview High School is to provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to be college-, career- and life-ready. By providing an innovative educational environment, students are authentically engaged in powerful learning opportunities through meaningful work and real-life research projects.