WestSide Story

Skyline counselors add new course offerings to course catalog

Lesley Moreno, Reporter

February 26, 2020

By Lesley Moreno    Class choice for next school year already opened a few weeks ago, and this year Skyline students have several new options for classes.  Next year seniors will have the option to take a Recreational Fitness class, which will get them out into the community and introduc...

Serena Harris

Serena Harris

Felix Alvarez

February 26, 2020

Skyline debaters competed on Feb. 13-15 at what they lovingly refer to as “Nat Quals,”a tournament for all district 5 and 6 debaters to determine who earns the honor of competing at the national tournament, which will be held in June this year in Albuquerque, New Mexico.    Serena Harris (12), a student here at Skyline wh...

Drama in The Annex

Drama in The Annex

Emili Currey, Reporter

January 29, 2020

The heart-wrenching true story of Anne Frank and her family is known everywhere in the world. Now our own Skyline Play production is perfecting their last steps to perform this drama February 18-22. The young actors in this play have only had a month to memorize their lines, expressions, and blockin...

Second Gaming Tournament

Second Gaming Tournament

Tony Acevedo

January 29, 2020

Each trimester, Gamer’s Club announces a gaming tournament for any student to enter and give it their best shot to be in the #1 spot.  A quick recap on the first tournament: It started on November 6, 2019 on Wednesday in Mr. McCubbin’s class, Room 211, and the game was Mario Kart 8 for the Ni...

Sources of Strength color week!

Rylee Leatham, Reporter

December 9, 2019

Monday is red and orange day. Red represents mental health and orange represents family support. Tuesday is yellow and green day. Yellow represents positive friends and green represents mentors. Wednesday is dark blue and black day. Dark blue represents healthy activities and black represents generosity. Thursday...

Skyline students take the stage

Sydney Melior, Page editor

November 20, 2019

Katie Meldrum (12) is playing the role of Belle from Beauty and the Beast in the upcoming district musical in March. “The Beauty and the Beast” is Meldrum’s first district musical that she has been in. When asked how she felt about getting the role as Belle, she states, “I was super shocked, be...

El Príncipe De La Canción Muere a 71

Beatriz Ramirez

October 23, 2019

José José, "El Príncipe de la Canción", el autor de más de éxitos como "El Triste" o "Almohada", falleció el 28 de Septiembre, en un hospital de Miami. "Con el corazón roto y un dolor indescriptible les confirmo el paso de Don José José al llamado de nuestro señor Jesucristo. Les agrade...

A day in the life of a Janitor

Lesley Moreno and Kate Santoyo

October 23, 2019

According to Lexico.com, a janitor is a person employed as a caretaker of a building; a custodian. However, a janitor is more than a definition. They are people who have jobs that are far more interesting than most people, but the jobs don't define them as people. Brittany Munns one of Skyline’s...

Skyline High School TSA

Kenadie Goodson

October 23, 2019

 Skylines’ TSA (Technology Student Association) chapter officers recently attended what is called BASIC Training ( Building and Achieving Success in Idaho Chapters). This year’s Idaho Falls BASIC was at the ISU campus in Freeman Park.  BASIC is a two-day conference that started on Sunday night, S...

New Teachers Welcome

TayLee Sanders and Kiana Kraykovic

September 30, 2019

Shauna Wheelwright teaches Special ED. Wheelwright’s husband's work brought her here from Ogden, Utah. “Working here feels like home. I sure am still adjusting, but it's definitely different from all the other schools.”  Do you know someone from Montana? Well now you do, Carlan Campbell, who is from Big Tim...

Karsten Birch

Karsten Birch

Bianca Fairchild, Editor In Chief

September 26, 2019

Skyline Freshman Karsten Birch recently passed away on Sept. 18. Karsten moved to the Skyline area last year when he was going into eighth grade. Before that, he went to Ucon Elementary. For part of his life he life in Yuma, Arizona. Since then, he has gotten to know his peers as someone who always...

Marching Bands on and off the fields

Marching Bands on and off the fields

September 26, 2019

The band is always there at football games, assemblies, and graduation. The band is always there for  basketball games, parades, and state send offs. The band is always there to set the tone, hype the crowd, and energize the players.  Whatever it is, the band is always there. With this being said, th...

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