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Important Senior Information:

Friday, May 4th                   No School (grades 9-12)
Monday, May 14th              Senior Awards Night, 7:00 PM
Tuesday, May 22nd            Senior Finals (periods 4, 5 & 6)
                                              Senior locker clean-out 9:00 AM
Wednesday, May 23rd        Graduation Info Assembly, 11:45 AM
                                              Senior picnic, 12:15 PM at Lake Elmo
Thursday, May 24th           Senior Finals (periods 1, 2, &3)
                                              Senior Farewell assembly, 2:45 in theater
Friday, May 25th                Senior Finals make-up
Sunday, May 27th               Graduation at Rimrock Auto Arena (Metra), 2:00 PM

Counselors' Corner

     Take a moment to go to Skyview’s new website at  and click departments and school counseling. Several of our pages are up and running and contain valuable information for you and your student. Please watch the calendar for important dates. Important announcements will also be listed on our new website. Students and parents can contact counselors using the new appointment request form on the front page of the guidance counselor’s website.

     Career Cruising: Please visit this career exploration program for our students. Here you can find a list of available scholarships, college information, career assistance, suggested time lines, information on ACT, SAT, NCAA and so much more.

     This is a one-stop shopping for students to search careers, colleges, education and much more. Use Career Cruising to help guide you in the college search process. All students can now go directly to career cruising through their power school account. Once logged into power school online (not through the app) students can click the arrow in the upper right hand corner and be linked directly to Career Cruising. Messages from the counseling center will be sent out through this program and automatically go to the students’ emails. Please encourage your student to check emails as we provide important information through Career Cruising.

     Fall Schedules: All schedule changes must be made on or before August 21st, 2018. No changes will be made after this date unless there is a mistake in the schedule. (Ex. No required course in schedule or wrong math class, etc.)

     Schedules for the 2018/2019 school year will be mailed out the week of August 6th. Students may contact their counselor to make schedule changes on or before August 21st. Counselors will be available at Skyview the week of August 13th to make any needed schedule changes. Please have students contact their counselor in person, by email, by phone, or by appointment at the counselor website prior to the August 21st, 2018.  No schedule changes will be made after this date.


     Please be aware that both Sylvan and Huntington offer classes for test prep on either of these tests.  Also, go to either tests main website for practice test or these sites:





Method Test Prep-free ACT test prep accessible through Career Cruising

ACT Online prep-- see student emails for more info


Future College Athletes:

     Use the direct links in Career Cruising to complete your NCAA or NAIA applications.  There are many steps, start now.  Print, sign and bring to the counseling center the transcript release form.  Make sure your ACT score is sent directly from ACT to NCAA/NAIA.

Student Announcements

     There is important information for all grade levels that is listed in the student announcements. They are posted on the Skyview website:
     Please also see Career Cruising and our counseling center webpage for important information.

 Homework Help?

     All students have the opportunity to get help with all work. Students should seek out their individual teachers for extra support. We also offer help on Wednesday mornings during the late start for students.

Class Information:

      Freshmen: Summer school information will be coming out soon. Check with your counselor if you need to make up a class.
     Sophomores: Watch your credits and see your counselor for summer school information.
     Juniors: Please be aware that the priority date for FAFSA has changed to October. Plan to do college visits this summer and watch college application deadlines. Check your requirements for graduation and see your counselor for summer school information.
      Seniors: We encourage students to decide on a career choice and then focus on the pathway to get there. There are many post secondary options! WATCH your grades and graduation requirements. See your counselor for assistance.

Counselor Directory!

Skyview High School has five counselors. Parents are encouraged to call if they have questions:

Tina Boone, Dept. Head         281-5308

Marilyn Anderson                  281-5305

Rick Bermes                           281-5309

Jamie McIlvain                       281-5307

Bonnie Hofmann                    281-5306

Treva Nemeth-secretary          281-5300

Key Club News

     Congratulations to Skyview Key Club! We won the following top individual awards:

Megan Westlake - Vice-President

Rita Nedrow - Secretary

Lauren Haskell - Reporter

Dillon Maroncelli - Treasurer

Kathy Pfaffinger - Advisor (thank you key clubbers)


We also won the following top awards a a club:

Club of the Year

Best Single Service Project

Governor's Project

Major Emphasis Project

K Family

     Thank you so much for your support of our students, and thank you also for your support of work on the "S" and your continued support of TWIRP.  These projects enable us to continue our community service work and build community relations!

Click the link below to see the "S" Project.

Skyview student publications have been accepted by
MSUB literary magazine "The Rook".
Music Notes

      Congratulations to Shayna Armer, Cheyenne Brown, Alliya Champlin, Caleb Posey, and Ethan Snizek for selection as outstanding students by Arts Without Boundaries! Each student received recognition and a scholarship for their contribution to Skyview’s arts community. Great job, all!
     Congratulations to the following students for receiving a Superior rating at District Solo and Ensemble Festival! Each one has the opportunity to continue on to the State Music Festival in May.

Ben Bonner, Cheyenne Brown, Alexis Bruursema, Sarah Charpentier, Nichole Davies, Olivia DeBoer, Aleeya Derlatka, Mattea Hernandez, Jessica Klein, Jacob Logan, Tyler Luderitz, Caleb Posey, Katie Thompson, Jordan Thronson, Libby Vickery, Tess Wilson, and Hunter Young.

Grace Acheson, Rylin Alefteras, Shayna Armer, Rylin Baker, Trevin Baker, Joseph Barrett, Ben Bonner, Cheyenne Brown, Gracie Brown, Hailey Carlson, Alliyah Champlin, Matthew Corey, Nichole Davies, Rachel Dominguez, Madison Ecker, Noah Elliott, Cade Field, Ali Frank, Maddison Grondsma, Kade Haidle, Shayla Harper, Carrick Hayes, Victoria Huck, Gabby Jacobson, Marlee Killham, Bailee Kinghorn, Bella Kouba, Hayley LaRoque, Kain Little Coyote, Alyssa Logan, Jacob Logan, Tyler Luderitz, Caleb Lyda, Ben Marchant, Dillon Maroncelli, LeeRoy Maxwell, Tylene Parker, Thomas Popiel, Tatum Ross , Jordan Shawver, Domminick Skavland, Ethan Snizek, Emma Spoonemore, Skyylar Staton, Alexandra Tristan, Emma Ulrichs, Cailyn Vickery, Jarod Vickery, Libby Vickery, Erin Watson, Hunter Young, Megan Zimmerman.
Samantha Arzy, Marley Ball, Sarah Charpentier, Matthew Corey, Isabella Johnson, Lyndsey Larsen, Leah Lynch, Zachary Mangels, Karson Norstog, Johannah Orendorff, Bethany Rippeon, Isabel Spartz, Jessica Swandal, Tess Wilson, Grace Wolcott.

 Upcoming Events:
Fri-Sat, May 4-5            State Solo & Ensemble Festival
                                                      Participating students
                                                      All Day, Skyview High School
                                                      Admission is free
Fri, May 11                   Big Band Dance
                                                      5:30 pm, Dance lessons, Skyview Commons
                                                      6:30 pm, Live Music
                                                      Tickets: $5/students, $10/adults
Tues, May 15                Spring Band Concert
                                                      7:00 pm, Skyview Theatre
                                                      Tickets: $3/students, $5/adults
                                                      Passes are valid
Thurs, May 17              Spring Orchestra Concert
                                                      7:00 pm, Skyview Theatre
                                                      Tickets: $3/students, $5/adults
                                                      Passes are valid
Mon, May 21                Pops Concert I
                                                      Chantrelles, Cantus, Concert Choir
                                                      6:30 pm, Skyview Theatre
                                                      Tickets: $3/students, $5/adults
                                                      Passes are valid
Tues, May 22                Pops Concert II
                                                      Chamber Choir, Chorale
                                                      6:30 pm, Skyview Theatre
                                                      Tickets: $3/students, $5/adults
                                                      Passes are valid
     Skyview High School’s business department had its induction ceremony for National Business Honor Society. The purposes of the organization are to:
  • Promote and recognize academic achievement in business education at Skyview High School;
  • Foster and recognize leadership skills and character development;
  • Help members grow ethically and socially by promoting and encouraging an interest in business; 
  • Encourage member involvement in service learning initiatives.
     To qualify for active membership, a student must be a high school junior or senior. The student must have completed or be currently enrolled in his/her third business course. The student must have a minimum standard overall GPA of 3.0 and a business courses average of 3.5. The following students were inducted as members on March 28, 2018:
     Savannah Ariztia, Shayna Armer, Bethany Boese, Skyler Chartier, Hannah Fraley, Taylor Griffin, Makenzie Guelff, Kyra Hart, Kade Hickey, Ty Hickey, Victoria Huck, Austin Lacy, Chase LéMons, Maddison Lueck, Destiny McCollam, Niklas Nordstog, Caleb Posey, Justine Roe, Paytn Schulz, Caden Senitte, John Thompson, Alyssa Wellard, Megan Westlake, Whitney Wichman, Brooke Young, Hunter Young.
     The Library hosted a Food and Culture Festival on March 14th. There were students from Mrs. Terou and Mrs. Shaw's Spanish and French classes as well as students in Mr. Valandra's Native American Club and Miss Botnen's Anime and Manga Club.
    Snacks were served and cultures were explored. Anastasia Gavrilita performed a dance.
See what's happening at Skyview this summer.
Look for sports camps and sports physical information here.
Boys Basketball
Football Camp Permission
MSU Football
Ladies Soccer
Volleyball (Grade K-12)
Volleyball (Grade 6-8)
Volleyball (Grade 9-12)

Skyview High School Summer Camp Dates:
June 4-7 Little Kids Football Camp
June 4-7 Volleyball
June 11-14 Boys Basketball
June 11-14 Girls Soccer
July 18-21 Girls Basketball
June 25-28 Boys Soccer
July 23-26 High School Football Camp

Training room after school. Izzi in the Athletic activities office or the See Stacy in
and conditioning (90 min sessions) begins June 4th for all sports. Summer strength

Start of Fall Practices:  
Golf August 9th                              at Lake Hills TBA
Football August 10th                     at Skyview TBA
Cross Country August 10th           at Skyview TBA
Soccer August 10th at High Sierra Park, Skyview, Amend Park TBA
Volleyball at August 10th               at Skyview TBA

     (We are putting together our list of volunteers to run the chains and own boxes at Football games this Fall. In exchange for working at the events we will give you a pass to all school district two regular season events.)

Varsity Home Football Games:
8/17/18      Scrimmage 7:00
8/31/18      Great Falls 7:00
9/7/18        Senior 7:00
9/28/18      Hellgate 4:00
10/5/18      CMR 7:00
10/25/18    Bozeman 7:00

It Happened in the Skyview Library . . .
   On April 20 in the library Skyview history and art students were treated to presentations by Humanities Montana Living History Presenter Mary Jane Bradbury.  As Nancy Cooper Russell, she brought Charlie Russell's art, experiences and times to life.

Scenes from the Julius Caesar dinner theater.
Ms. Black's office was "flocked" by a supporter of the Key Club fundraiser!
Falcon 101: Future Falcons from Castle Rock, Lockwood, and Medicine Crow
are welcomed to Skyview by the band.
Chase Le'Mons, Kade Hickey, and John Thompson cover the main office and attendance office during the Administrative Professionals' luncheon.

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