Basketball Competitive Play begins today! Sports schedule this week:
- Saturday, November 4 – Boys A Team and Boys B Team Jamboree at Nikiski – Start time 9:00 am
- Saturday, November 4 – Girls A Team and Girls B Team Jamboree at Nikiski – Start time 1:00 pm
The Skyview Book Fair is underway. This fun reading event helps inspire children to become lifelong readers. The fair is available in the library until Friday, November 3. This year’s Book Fair will feature the 6th annual Cake Decorating Contest. The contest is open to students, staff and families. Ribbons and gift certificates will be awarded in multiple categories. Entries must be submitted by the end of school on October 31. For additional information to order online or to print a contest form, please visit the Skyview Blog: Skyview Middle School > Skyview Library Blog or contact Suzanne Goodwill in the library.
Battle of the Books – It’s that time again! Any student that wishes to participate in Battle of the Books please see Mrs. Johnson.
Yearbooks are on sale. Order online by visiting the Skyview Blog Homepage. Discounts apply if ordered by October 31.
The Panther Student Council will be honoring veterans with a display in the entryway during the month of November. Skyview staff, students & families are encouraged to bring or send in photos of veterans (copies only, please – no originals) to be featured in the display along with a brief description including the service members’ name, branch of service, years of service, and description of any tours of duty. Questions about this project can be directed to Mrs. Pothast at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outstanding fees – First quarter has ended. Many students still have outstanding class fees, sports fees or overdue library books. Please log onto Power School for outstanding balance information. Please contact Mrs. Eck in the office with questions.
The Skyview Angel Tree is located in the school commons. If you would like to help a Skyview Middle School student in need, please stop by to select a card from the tree. All items purchased need to be returned to the front office by Monday, December 4.
Many thanks to all those Panther Student Council members who volunteered at Parent Teacher Conferences! We appreciate your willingness to help out on your day off of school! Special thanks, also, to those members and their families who volunteered with the Tsalteshi Trails Association to be “zombies” on the trails during the annual Spook Night 5K event!
Student Council would like to thank the Jolly Rogers Taste of Paradise ice cream truck for their donation of ice cream treats for our October Activity Night, as well as Coca Cola of the Kenai Peninsula for their donation of prizes for the event, and our awesome Alaska Wildlife Troopers for hosting their ice bucket change game and providing prizes for that, too! Many thanks to each of those businesses/organizations for their strong support of young people and involvement in our school activities! We appreciate you!