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  • In an effort to level classes in 9th grade Social Studies classes, Skyline's Instructional Leadership Team (SILT) researched the possiblity of having Advanced Social Science teachers a regular, non-magnet class. This is something that other Magnet programs have had success with and benefits all students by exposing them to high-level  career and educational information from highly-qualified professionals.

    Skyline is by no means closing the Advanced Social Science Magnet programor any of the great benefits it provides for student experiences. In fact, Skyline is seeking opportunities to raise money to send our Mock Trial Team to Harvard University.

    Please support all efforts to ease any rumors that Skyline's Advanced Social Science Magnet program is closing.


     

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    dress code

    Skyline High School and Career Development Center will require students to dress according to the Skyline Dress Code Policy for the school year 2017-18.   Uniforms will be voluntary or optional in the 2017-18 school year. 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 (6 inches above the knee).  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).

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

    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 jlombard@dallasisd.org

    Thank you for your consideration.  We look forward to an outstanding school year in 2017-18.

     


     

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  • Climate

    The results of the Skyline Climate Survey are now available. If you would like to see the results, click on the image above. The survey will open in a new window.


     

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  • Code of Conduct

    Full versions of the Student Handbook and Student Code of Conduct are no longer printed.  

     

    The 2016-2017 Student Handbook and the Student Code of Conduct will be posted online at www.dallasisd.org/domain/11.

     

    Or you may download them here:

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  • Skyline Open Campus Policy

    Skyline is NOT an open campus.
    Students are not allowed to leave campus for lunch.
     

     

     
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  • Board Resolution
     
    Trustees approve resolution designating all schools to be as welcoming and protective as possible
     

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    Student Services exists to help students acquire experiences that will motivate them to make responsible decisions, seek positive opportunities for growth and learning, and envision a future that includes higher education and a fulfilling career.
     
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  • Resources for Homeless Students
     
    Community Resources for Homeless children, families and youths in the greater Dallas Area
     
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    If you are already a registered user, your current username and password will continue to give you access to the Parent Portal.
     
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    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:

    Grade:

    Last Name:

     

    Student ID #:

     

    1st period teacher:

     

    Drivers license #:

    State:

    Make of vehicle:

    Color:

    Insurance company:

    Policy #:

    Student signature:

    Date:

    Parent contact phone #:

     

    Decal#:

    Date issued:

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


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    Sports sports

    Anyone interested in playing golf this year, please see Coach Zomer in room 314.

    Girls interested in playing softball, please go to the gym to sign up with Coach Leal. Make sure you grab a packet to complete rank one and have your physical finished by Sept. 11.  Tryouts will be September 12 after school on the softball field.  Please dress appropriately and bring a glove.

    Students interested in trying out for Skyline Raider Tennis, please see Coach Detrixhe in Room A3 to sign up and receive important information. Those Freshmen who signed up during FISH camp, please come by as well.  You must have 2017 Physical on file and “On Court Try-outs” will begin Wednesday, September 6.

    Any students, especially freshmen who are interested in playing soccer this year for either the girls or boys team need to see Coach Lysobey in Room A29 or Coach Barentine in the gym as soon as possible. 


    information

    Attention Interact Club members from last year. We will be having a planning meeting on Tuesday, 9/12 at 4:30 in room G58.  Please come help us plan for a new year!

    Would you like to know more about the Anime Club? Come out Thursday to Anime Club 101.  You can meet this year’s staff; get a calendar of events, sign up for membership and learn about fundraising opportunities for A-Kon.  Door prizes will be given.  This informational meeting will be held Thursday, 9/14 in room 331.

    Interested in KPOP? Well, there is a division of Anime club that celebrates all those fantastic pop songs. The first KPOP club meeting will be this Wed. in room 208

    Callbacks for “The Wiz” are today in room F11 at 4:30. Today is the LAST day for auditions.

    Interested in studying abroad? Skyline is again a global navigator school, and we have some scholarships to study languages around the world.  We have scholarships to study in Korea, China, Japan, Spain, France, Italy, Germany and other great places!  If you are interested, come to our meeting on Wednesday, 9/13 at 6:00 pm in the auditorium.  This meeting is for parents and students.

     


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