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Raise Your Voice on AAPS Budget Cuts: Survey Input Sought Until Friday, April 5

Raise Your Voice on AAPS Budget Cuts: Survey Input Sought Until Friday, April 5

Benji Davidoff April 3, 2024

This article is part of a Skyline Post series on the 2024-25 AAPS Budget Cuts. For our previous story, click here. On March 22, Ann Arbor Public Schools interim superintendent Jazz Parks released a...

AAPS Faces $25 Million Budget Cuts: What Does This Mean for Skyline?

AAPS Faces $25 Million Budget Cuts: What Does This Mean for Skyline?

Benji Davidoff March 20, 2024

During a school board meeting on March 13, 2024, interim superintendent Jazz Parks announced that the district is facing $25 million budget cuts for the 2024-2025 school year. While the details on these...

Students in the book review section working hard. Credit: G. Letzmann

Why You Should Take Journalism

Grace Letzmann February 23, 2024

The 2023-2024 school year is flying by quickly, and course selection is here! Journalism is a great elective option for all students. Signing up for journalism is easy:  just add the class in PowerSchool! We...

AAPS has moved to dismiss schools early with road conditions predicted to worsen. Credit: Peter Fiskerstrand via Creative Commons.

AAPS Moves to Dismiss Schools Early Amid Impending Winter Blitz

Lucas Caswell, Editor-In-Chief January 12, 2024

With Washtenaw County under a winter weather advisory, AAPS has moved to dismiss all schools, including Skyline at 2 p.m. “[We] will dismiss early today to ensure a timely arrival home for students and...

Skyline athlete Dominic Clark (25) (credit: Aya Beydoun)

Are Skyline Sports Fees Stopping You from Joining a Team? Help Is Available

June 9, 2023

As you may already be aware, it is not cheap to be a part of a Skyline sports team. This article will break down all the fees so that the Skyline community can understand why it costs so much to participate...

A ticking clock for assignments. (Credit: Cecelia Brush)

Are Firm Deadlines Necessary? The Skyline Community Weighs In

Cecelia Brush June 7, 2023

Changes in school structure during the pandemic have sparked another variation of Skyline’s ongoing conversation about how to best support all learners. Do students learn better working at their own...

A look at how our grades will be structured. Credit: Skyline Administration

Zero Will Be the New 50%: Skyline to Change Grading System this Fall

The Skyline Editorial Board June 7, 2023

NEWS STORY By Natalia Murrell Starting next school year, we can expect Skyline High School’s grading system to look a lot different from this year. Starting in August, our grades will be on a 4-point...

Skyline Students Appreciate Their Teachers

Skyline Students Appreciate Their Teachers

Evi Edlund and Lance Caswell June 5, 2023

 For teacher appreciation week here at Skyline, The Post asked students to “Name a teacher who impacted you in a positive way and what they did.” Here are a few responses:   “When...

Lake Michigan lookout Credit: Josie Miller

How Can You Make Your Summer Productive and Fun?

Josie Miller and Olivia Haft June 5, 2023

How Can You Make Your Summer Productive and Fun? Summer is the time to relax and finally get a long break after a stressful school year, but do you ever find yourself bored  or not prepared for next...

A view inside Dawn Treader Book Shop. Credit: Ashley Han

Books and Beaches: Your Guide to All Things Summer Reading!

Ashley Han June 5, 2023

With summer steadily approaching and the days ahead being booked for relaxing beach days, books might be the last thing occupying your mind. But whether you find yourself in the Maldives or Michigan, picnicking...

Outside the Cube at Skyline (Credit: Isaac Mack)

Solving Skyline’s CUBE: Inadequate Staffing, Other Issues Limit Students’ Opportunities

Isaac Mack June 2, 2023

Since its inception in 2011, Skyline’s College & Career Center, or “CUBE,” has fluctuated  between being a busy operation teeming with students and a relatively empty room with little to no...

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