March 2020

Brian Lynch Named National Merit Finalist

Skyline Senior, Brian Lynch, is a National Merit Scholarship Finalist. National Merit status is based on student performance on the PSAT. Brian is now one of about 15,000 finalists from across America. 
The next level of recognition for Brian will be as a National Merit Scholar. We believe Brian has an excellent chance of receiving this prestigious award. Last year, Brian earned five scores of 5 on his AP tests!
Congratulations, Brian, on your outstanding ACHIEVEMENT as a National Merit Finalist; we wish you the best on the final stage of the selection process.

Bryan Lynch

Skyline High School Educators Rising State Leadership Conference 

By: Carolina Molina

On March 2 and 3, 2020, Skyline Educators Rising attended the State Leadership Conference in Tucson.  The Skyline Educators Rising Chapter was awarded the Gold Chapter Award, which only five schools in Arizona were awarded this. This is the highest honor a chapter can receive. At State Leadership, nineteen students competed in 13 different categories. Out of the 13 Skyline students placed in 10 events. In total the Skyline had 3 state champions and 12 national qualifiers and 13 student achievement awards. Two of the state championships were awarded scholarships to Northern Arizona University & Grand Canyon University.  Skyline Educators Rising had a total of 27 awards. EdRising is excited to be able to continue on to Nationals this summer in Washington D.C.


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Congratulations to Skyline's Photography Students

Digital Photography students competed in Skills USA Region competition at EVIT. Jacy Arreola, Megan Brooks, Andrea Quinto, Kevin Sekenski, and first place overall McKenna Bustamante have all qualified for state. Kevin and McKenna took two of the top three prints in the print portion of the competition.

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Last year's yearbook was chosen for the national annual publication put out by Herff Jones titled "Portfolio," which features some of the best yearbooks across the country. We were featured twice and presented with a copy of the book and a certificate for the achievement. Kayla Wood, Breanna Richards and Maddie Barton are current editors who contributed to last year's book.

Students with Skyline yearbook

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Talia Scheletsky is the School Social Worker of the Year

Skyline's Talia Scheletsky has the honor of being name school social worker of the year and Mesa High's Nicole Delgado was named key difference maker of the year.

We all know what a tremendous asset Ms. Talia is to the Skyline COMMUNITY. Recently, her professional organization also realized what an asset she is and named her School Social Worker of the Year!  This award reflects nominations and recognition by her peers in the field of social work.

This week is National School Social Workers week. Please take time to appreciate your school social workers! School social workers are beacons of light on our campuses. They are able to light the way for our students and staff, emphasizing the whole child, collaborating with other professionals, linking students and families with needed services, and advocating for their profession.

Have a fantastic Spring Break!!


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