Student Announcements

January 24, 2023

Lunch Information

Please remember, the only students authorized to go off campus are Juniors or Seniors WITH an off campus pass. Freshman and Sophomores are not allowed off campus nor are you allowed in the parking lot during lunch, STAY INSIDE, it's cold out

Winter Formal Tickets on Sale

Winter Formal Dance Tickets are now on sale. The cost is $12 with ASB card, $15 w/out and $20 at the door. You can purchase them in the Business Office. If you are purchasing a ticket for a student that does not attend Skyview, you must have the guest pass paperwork all completed and signed plus a copy of your guests photo ID to turn in to the Business office. We can't sell a ticket to you without the guest pass paperwork all complete.


DECA today will only be necessary today for students who are advancing on to the state competition. Stay tuned for social gatherings and our end of the year party. State DECA members - we will see you in the Marketplace at 2:10 today

Black Student Union

Black Student Union will be meeting this Thursday the 26th in Room 609. Come join us as we make our poster and plans for Black History Month. We'd love to see you there! If you have questions ask or email Quin Coons.

Mentoring Mindset Meeting

Mentoring Mindset - We are meeting today in the Library during Storm Time.

Unified Basketball and Cheer

Reminder to Unified basketball and cheer, we will have practice today during storm time. No practice on Wednesday and Friday.

Speech & Debate Team

Congratulations to Skyview's Speech and Debate team. Clara Hawkins placed first in varsity Congress debate. Tori Rehwalt placed first in Poetry and Prose Interpretation. Congratulations to our winners!

Bowling Team Match Results

The bowling team defeated Mt. View last night 1997 - 1294. This caps an undefeated season for the Storm. Next up is the 4A district tournament on Friday where they plan to roll their way into the State playoffs.


SMT Magnet Applications for next school year will open January 4th. If you are new to Skyview HS or a current Skyview student that would like to try the SMT Magnet Program, please contact Mr DeGrande or Mr. Macon. Students currently in the SMT Magnet Program do not need to re-apply.

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.