SHS DAILY SCHEDULE 2020-2021
Students should login at the beginning of each period, just as if they were attending in person. If a student is unable to attend a class due to internet access, there will be a video that the student can watch later that evening.
Daily Bell Schedule:
8:30 - 9:00 Arrival, grab-n-go breakfast (if needed), report immeidately to first period
9:00 - 9:50 1st Period
9:55 - 10:45 2nd Period
10:50 - 12:15 3rd Period (Including lunch)
12:20 - 1:10 4th Period
1:15 - 2:05 5th Period
2:10 - 3:05 6th Period - Dismissal
Hawks value learning, respect themselves and others, attend and participate, and think positively...BE A HAWK!
As a Skyline Community...
We will model passion for learning.
We will create content lessons that are relevant to daily life.
We will create well-rounded problem-solvers, our future community stakeholders.
Respect Ourselves and Others
We will challenge ourselves to find the best in ourselves and others.
We will take pride in our school through stewardship of the building and school spirit.
We will take ownership of our actions that affect our school environment.
We will make school our priority, mentally and physically.
We will be responsive to and prepared for all the needs of our students.
We will work for a world we would like to see.
We will challenge individuals to succeed.
Dear Parents, Students, and Staff,
Thank you for the opportunity to work with you as we pursue the collective goal of student achievement. I hope that your experience with Skyline High School is positive, whether you are teaching, learning, or parenting. Our vested interest in student achievement provides the common thread that is woven through our relationships and interactions. It is important to the process of student learning that these relationships are both positive and fulfilling.
I believe that significant learning does not occur without a significant relationship. Caring about student performance and achievement is as critical to teaching as providing the appropriate curriculum. Without caring, learning can become a labor void of direction and purpose; and it is the direction and purpose that all students value in their own education. It is the responsibility of the teacher and school to provide this caring environment to all students.
Know that throughout the school year and anytime you need the support or assistance of our administrative staff, please ask. We are committed to reaching high levels of student achievement.
Michael E. Smith, DProf
Principal Skyline High School