Skyline PTSA

Skyline High School PTSA is a non-profit member organization dedicated to supporting the SHS community.

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8:00a ACT Practice Test
ACT Practice Test

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Saturday, April 26
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8:00a - 12:00p
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Skyline
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Skyline PTSA Needs You!!
Why Join the Skyline PTSA?

Skyline PTSA has a goal of achieving 70% membership this year. You can help us get there and more! Joining the Skyline PTSA means you become a member of the state and national PTAs. Higher membership numbers mean a louder voice when lobbying the government for funding or taking a stand on education issues. Your membership matters! PTAs support and speak on behalf of our children.

Why “Pass the Hat” on top of joining PTSA?
To support the many programs that your child enjoys and to support the fabulous staff! You are not asked to sell coupon books, candy, magazines, or fundraise for PTSA. PTSA membership fees are not a fundraiser. This fee pays the dues to the state PTA (which then sends a portion of the dues to the National PTA). Skyline PTSA funds support school/teacher grants, assistance, emergency supplies, and supplements various clubs. To meet Skyline PTSA's budget goal, a $75 Pass the Hat donation is suggested. This is in addition to the $25 membership fee. ALL donations are very much appreciated. Your $25 Membership fee covers up to 2 people and 1 directory.

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Party!
Homecoming , football games, Halloween, and the upcoming holidays are all reasons for students to get together and have fun.  The most important responsibility as adults in our community is to keep our children healthy and safe, especially when they are out having fun.  According to the Washington State Healthy Youth Survey Results for Issaquah students: 44% of 12th graders (213 students) reported having drunk alcohol in the past 30 days. 31% of 12th graders (150 students) reported binge drinking (having 5 or more drinks in a row in the past 2 weeks) and 29% (140 students) reported using marijuana ... read full article

REFLECTIONS
Reflections is a PTSA sponsored arts program where our students have the opportunity to showcase their wonderful art work in six different categories. 1) visual art 2) literature 3) photography 4) music composition 5) dance 6) film production This year's theme for Reflections is BELIEVE....DREAM....INSPIRE Deadline for submission is October 24, 2013. All skyline students are invited to participate in the program. Click here for instructions and weblinks to Reflections rules. Click here for statement of entry form.   This form must be submitted with entry. Click here for entry form.   This form must be submitted with entry. Click ... read full article

Service Learning Hour Turn In Dates for 2013-2014
Completed forms can be turned in during lunch time in the Commons on the 1st Monday of the month starting October 2013 until April 2014.  Collection dates are Oct 7, Nov 4, Dec 2, Jan 6, Feb 3, Mar 3, and April 14 which will be the FINAL turn in date for Seniors. Click here for Service Learning Guidelines. Click here for Record of Service Learning Hours form. ... read full article

What are PTSA, Boosters, ASB & ISF?
Skyline PTSA is a non-profit organization devoted to supporting academics and student success at Skyline.  PTSA provides grants to students, staff and the school.  We also support college preparation, service learning, parent education and advocacy.  Skyline Booster Club is a non-profit organization devoted to supporting all extracurricular programs at Skyline.  Booster Club supports Skyline arts, academic, athletic and specialty programs including clubs, events, and activities. ASB stands for Associated Student Body and it is our official student government. ASB students interact with other students, staff and the administration to voice student needs and concerns, oversee the expenditures of student funds, ... read full article

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