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    Oct. 8th, Monday, 2018

    5:PM - 8:PM

    Senior Parent Meeting

    7:PM in Auditorium

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  • CIEE

    The application process for 2019 High School Summer Abroad Program is open.

    Students can apply to these scholarships to study languages across the globe. For more information visit:
    You can also visit Mr. Sologuren in Rm. P-18 for more information.

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    Bus Routes
    The 2018/2019 bus routes can be found on the following link:
    Skyline Student Parking Policy
    • Parking permits must be displayed by affixing it in the lower left or right hand corner of the windshield when parked at Skyline.
    • Vehicles without Skyline parking permits are subject to be towed from the premises at owner’s expense.
    • Students are to park in the South parking lot near the gymnasium.
    • Parking permits may not be shared or exchanged for another student to use at any time.
    • Students must leave vehicles upon arriving on campus and not return until dismissal.
    • A student must possess a valid driver’s license at all times when driving on campus.
    • No permit will be issued without a valid driver’s license and current insurance policy.
    • Failure to adhere to Vehicles on Campus policy may result in privilege being restricted or suspended.
    • Each vehicle is required to have its own decal affixed to the windshield (lower left or right hand corner)
    • Each parking sticker issued costs $15.00

    The following information is required for Student permit to park: (Please print legibly)

    First Name:


    Last Name:


    Student ID #:


    1st period teacher:


    Drivers license #:


    Make of vehicle:


    Insurance company:

    Policy #:

    Student signature:


    Parent contact phone #:



    Date issued:

    Only employees of the District shall park in the teachers’ parking area.  Under no conditions shall students’ cars be parked there.




    dress code

    Uniforms are required for the 2018-19 School year.  Please refer to information below and Dress Code under the Quick Links.                                               


    Skyline High School and Career Development Center will require students to dress according to the Skyline Dress Code Policy for the school year 2018-19.  This decision has been made through a deliberative process including the Site-Based Decision Making Committee (SBDM), the PTSA, teacher surveys, and the student body (through Google surveys).

    Appropriate attire for students Monday through Friday will include long pants for young men/women and skirts/dresses of appropriate length (3 inches above the bend of the knee in length).  The emphasis should be on respect for our school campus.

    Here is the Skyline Standardized Code of Conduct for both young men and women:

    • School is a place of learning. Professional or business casual should be worn. Clean clothing that is not torn or damaged should be worn.
      • No provocative clothing
      • No tank tops
      • No pajamas
      • No hats, caps
      • No gang-related attire or references to illegal activities 
    • Long pants for young men/women and skirts/ dresses of appropriate length (6 inches above the knee)
      • No shorts
      • No ragged jeans (no holes with skin showing)
      • No ragged shorts or shorts that are shorter than 6 inches above knee
      • No short skirts  or skirts that are more than 6 inches above the knee
    • Students should wear athletic shoes, loafers, dress shoes or other closed-toe shoes. No house shoes!
      • No house shoes, flip-flops, or steel boots.
      • No open-toed shoes (this is a safety consideration).

    Things you can wear:


    • Jeans                                       
    • Uniform Pants                           
    • Uniform Shorts                           


    Solid khaki

    Solid black


    Shirts, Blouses Style:                                                       

    • Straight, button-down or turtleneck collar                  
    • Long or short sleeves
    • Polo-style


    White, Red, Black, Blue

    Shoes Style:

    • Athletic shoes
    • Loafers
    • Dress shoes
    • Other closed-toe and closed-heel shoes

    Cardigans and Sweaters Style                         

    • Must be worn over an approved shirt          


    Any color





    Jackets containing offensive slogans,

    symbols, and other suggestive or

    controversial designs are not allowed. 

    District-issued school jackets are permitted.

    All clothing should fit appropriately.

    On Wednesdays, Skyline students will wear college shirts of their choosing and all faculty and students will participate in Spirit Days on Fridays.

    Responsibility for appropriate attire should be taken by the students.  However, if students come to school with inappropriate attire, the parent(s) or guardian(s) will be called so that appropriate dress can be brought to the school. 

    Please call the Main Office at 972 502-3400 if you have any questions or you may email me at

    Thank you for your consideration.  We look forward to an outstanding school year in 2018-19.




  • ptsa 201819

    2018-19 PTSA

    PTSA Meetings

    September 11, 2018

    December 11, 2018

    February 12, 2019

    April 9, 2019

    **All meetings are @ 9:30 a.m. in the School Library



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