Oct 25
7:00p Skyline PTSA Speaker Series: Paying for College
Skyline PTSA Speaker Series: Paying for College

Tuesday, October 27
7:00p - 8:30p
Virtual Meeting

NOTE DATE CHANGE! Skyline PTSA College and Career Speaker Series: Paying for College Without Going Broke

Paula Bishop, a CPA who advises families on college financial aid will speak on how to navigate paying for college. She will review of the financial aid system works, how to qualify and how colleges to determine as well as how to complete forms and advice on 529 plans. You won’t want to miss this informative session!

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Nov 1
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Join Skyline PTSA!
School might look a little different this year, but we are just as committed to our mission to "strengthen our community one student at a time." 
We are excited to continue our Teacher Grant and Staff Appreciation Programs. The College and Career Readiness Speaker Series will be free to all Skyline families, and we are offering reduced pricing for the Mock ACT/SAT virtual exams. In addition, we are planning ways to make the student body feel welcomed and a part of the Skyline family!
Please click here to join PTSA and make a donation! With your support we can continue to enrich the Skyline community both inside and outside the classroom.

Reflections Arts Program

PTSA's Reflections Arts Program Theme for 2020-2021 is “I Matter Because.” The submittal deadline is coming up: October 30th! Create visual art, photography, literature, film, dance choreography or music composition inspired by this theme to be shared with your school community, and to potentially advance to the district, state and/or national level. Please note that there are changes in the way artwork is to be submitted and judged this year. Click here for details and links to the registration form. 

Upcoming ParentWiser Events

How to Raise Successful Kids without Overparenting — November 18 at 7 p.m. Drawing on research, on conversations with educators, admissions officers, and employers and on her own insights as a mother and former student dean at Stanford University, Julie Lythcott-Haims highlights the ways in which overparenting harms children, their stressed-out parents, and society at large. While empathizing with the parental hopes and, especially, fears that lead to overhelping, Julie offers practical strategies that underline the importance of allowing children to make their own mistakes and develop the resilience, resourcefulness, and inner determination necessary for success. Click here to register. 

Service Learning Hours – Changes for Juniors and Seniors
Due to current restrictions in volunteering, the number of required hours for Juniors and Seniors has changed:
Seniors (class of 2021): 70 hours 
Juniors (class of 2022): 60 hours 
Sophomore and Freshman (classes of 2023 and 2024): 100 hours
Currently, only senior forms will be accepted via email: The last day for forms to be turned in will be April 15, 2021. All other classes are asked to hold onto their forms until September 2021. Click here for more information about our Service Learning Program. 

Skyline PTSA Recognized with Silver Membership Growth Award

Skyline PTSA was recognized by Washington State PTA as a Silver Membership Growth Award recipient! PTAs are presented with this award for enrolling members equaling at least 105% of their previous year’s total membership. That means our PTA is growing! Thank you to everyone who has become a member: YOU are the reason our PTA achieved this award! If you haven’t yet signed up for a 2020-2021 PTA membership, please consider joining today! 

Skyline High School PTSA Upcoming Events

October 30th, Deadline for Reflections Arts Program submission

November 18, ParentWiser event: How to Raise Successful Kids without Overparenting

Resources for the New School Year

Here are some helpful links from the Issaquah School District site:

ISD 2020-2021 District Calendar

ISD e-news archive

Back to School FAQ: An extensive list of Frequently Asked Questions for the 2020-2021 school year. 

Canvas Information and Login: Canvas is the new platform used by ISD for middle and high schools. You will find video tutorials for students and parents.

Here are some helpful links for Skyline High School:

Skyline High School web site

Skyline printable bell schedule

Skyline E-news Archives

Skyline Counseling DepartmentFall 2020 Counseling Department Newsletter

Skyline College and Career Center

Volunteer for Skyline PTSA

Please note: Since all ISD buildings and facilities are closed to the public, volunteer opportunities will be limited with our current remote learning model. Your volunteer approval lasts for the school year and/or sport season only. You will need to visit your application and complete any new requirements in order to be approved for the next school year. Click here for the ISD Volunteer Application