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Need help with homework or a consistent, supportive place to study? Drop in for free homework help from trained volunteer tutors.
Skyline High School is selling Commemorative Plaques to be placed along the athletic corridor in order to raise money to support students in financial need. This is a great idea for a Christmas or graduation gift!
If you would like to purchase and dedicate a plaque, please complete the order form and submit with your payment of $50 to Cynthia Lorrain, the ASB Bookkeeper at Skyline High School.
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Senior Parents, there is a meeting on 11/08 from 6:30-7:00pm in the Lyceum Theater where we will go over senior events for the year such as Prom, Graduation, Baccalaureate, the “all night party” and the senior breakfast. Please come to learn about these exciting events and get and get answers to all your questions!
“Coffee with Keith” is a monthly opportunity for parents, guardians and families to ask questions and provide a parent perspective to me in a small group setting. These talks are for discussing topics related to Skyline as a whole and not an opportunity to discuss topics specific to your student, a staff member or particular program.
The next Coffee with Keith will be on Tuesday, November 27th at 1:00 pm in room 2105.
What if you can’t make it?
Stay tuned for more dates to come! I will be offering monthly coffee talks, including some morning and some evening time frames, in an effort to accommodate a variety of schedules.
I look forward to seeing you there!
Keith Hennig – Principal
Skyline High School
Custom Recognition Ads for the Yearbook
Parents can purchase a custom yearbook recognition ad for their student. The last day to order will be Jan 19, 2019. Please click here for more information on creation and ordering your ad.
Class of 2019 Seniors- the first bus sign ups will be held on Thursday and Friday Nov. 8th and 9th at lunch. Don’t forget to sign up for all 3 grad events which includes Baccalaureate, Senior Breakfast and All Night Grad Party! You don’t want to miss out. If you want to be on the same bus as your friends you’ll need to register online and submit your forms and payment before 11/8. For more information and to register go to www.skylinegraduates.com. Follow us on Twitter @skylinegrads19 for important updates and if you have any questions please email us at email@example.com
Dear Issaquah School District Community,
Last June, with the passage of the Educational Programs and Operations Levy, Superintendent Thiele commissioned a High School Scheduling Committee to study possible changes to high school schedules. This committee, comprised of teachers, parents, and building administrators from each comprehensive high school was assembled along with a District technical team to advise and assist the committee with their work. The committee first met in June to review the charter and begin.
Sending out surveys to solicit input from students, staff, and community members was the committee’s first priority and that task has been completed. In addition to surveys, the committee agreed it would hold two community input meetings to hear directly from community members and listen to their thoughts on what an optimal high school schedule would look like.
To that end, two community input meetings have been scheduled for Monday, October 15 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. and Thursday, October 25 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the ISD Administration Center Board Room located at 565 NW Holly Street, Issaquah.
The meetings are for interested community members to provide input about their values and priorities for a HS schedule in an informal and conversational setting. The committee will then consider those values and priorities as it works to craft a proposal for the Superintendent. The agenda will include an update from the technical team who will review its charter and direction from Superintendent Thiele and inform the group on the work the committee has done thus far. After that short presentation, meeting participants will have an opportunity to discuss and provide input in small conversation groups facilitated by district staff.
Information on the High School Scheduling Committee, including the committee charter and upcoming meeting minutes and agendas is available on our website.
We value your input as the committee works towards a recommendation to the Superintendent and look forward to meeting you. If you are unable to attend, please email your thoughts to: HSSchedule@issaquah.wednet.edu.
The High School Schedule Committee
Issaquah School District