Welcome back to school 2014-2015

Skyline High School PTSA (Sammamish, WA) is a 501c3 non-profit member organization dedicated to supporting the SHS community.  

 

The following members were elected on March 23, 2015 as the Skyline PTSA 2015-2016 Officers

  • Co-President - Kirsten Juenke
  • Co-President - Leslie Miniken
  • VP Communications - Karen Ishimaru
  • VP  - Mary Jo Webb
  • VP  - Chrisann Penz
  • Treasurer - Tina Yerges
  • Secretary - Susan Schlosstein 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You'll also find up-to-date news and school community info on our Facebook page.

 

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Memorial Day - no school
Memorial Day - no school

Date:
Monday, May 25
10:00a PTSA Board mtg
PTSA Board mtg

Date:
Thursday, May 28
Time:
10:00a - 12:00p
Where:
staff lounge
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Jun 1
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9:15a PTA Council GM mtg & Training
PTA Council GM mtg & Training

Date:
Thursday, June 4
Time:
9:15a - 12:00p
Where:
ISD Admin
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Students Club Enrichment Grants Available!
Have a great idea to enhance or benefit your club or activity Or Have a great idea to start a new club or activity
But You need more money?
Consider applying for a student and club enrichment grant from the skyline ptsa. These grants will fund specific learning opportunities at skyline high school when other resource pathways are not available.
Download the application and a decision is usually made within three weeks. Award amounts are flexible from $10 to $500.
Interested in learning more or have questions?
Please email maryann bellavia at mebellavia@yahoo.com
Or maureen ni at mozillani@hotmail.com

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ISD's 2016 Bond
ISD’s 2016 Bond Feasibility Committee The 2016 School Bond Feasibility Committee is reviewing the District’s proposed plans. Please take a moment to review the information and reach out to any of the committee reps or ISD Admin directly with questions. Skyline committee rep's include Laura D'Arcy and Donna Hood. There are other committee reps you may know. See list here: Committee Roster . All information to date is found on the District website:  http://www.issaquah.wednet.edu/2016-school-bond-feasibility The specific spring board plans can be found under the April 15 th   materials link .   Do you see what’s in store for Skyline on ... read full article

Cinderella Project
HELP MAKE DREAMS COME TRUE! Dear Skyline Community Members: The Skyline PTSA, in conjunction with committed Skyline Staff members is excited to announce new program is starting at Skyline High School ……called The Cinderella Project .  For it to be successful, we need your help!  The program enables families to donate gently used girls/womens’s formal dresses and accessories, (i.e. Homecoming and Prom attire) to our Cinderella closet.  The Cinderella Project is intended to loan Skyline girls in need, a gown so that they to feel beautiful on these special occasions. We are asking that you bring your gently used dresses ... read full article

Golden Acorn Recipients
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2014-2015 Golden Acorns:  Maryann Bellavia and Kendra Kruper! About Golden Acorn Awards ... read full article

Scholarship Opportunity for HS Seniors
                                          Washington State PTA offers six (6) $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors from Washington State public high schools that will be starting college (either 2yr or 4yr) in the fall, 2015. The application deadline is April 30, 2015. This is a DUE BY date, and not a postmarked date. Scholarships will be awarded by June 15, 2015.     Application (PDF)         Application (Word doc) ... read full article

Support Early Start Act
Early learning is one of the best economic investments we can make for our state. (For every dollar spent on early learning there is a return of seven dollars or more.) But that doesn't make it any less true. As part of an education continuum—from early learning through postsecondary education—high-quality early learning can close gaps before they begin. A week ago, the Early Start Act passed out of the House Appropriations Committee and the Senate Ways and Means Committee with overwhelming support. The legislators who voted in favor of Early Start span both sides of the aisle and ends of ... read full article

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