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Class of  2019 parent information meeting will be held at Skyridge on January 28 at 6:30 PM concerning changes in graduation requirements.  Can’t make this date?  The same meeting will be held at Liberty Middle School on January 21 at 6:30 PM.


 Knowledge Bowl is kind of like a team Jeopardy competition. A school’s Knowledge Bowl team is made up of a total of 3 or more smaller teams, each consisting of 4 – 6 team members. Our school’s teams compete against other teams from neighboring schools to see who can answer the most trivia questions in math, science, history, English, and social studies. During each competition, teams compete in a written round (45 multiple-choice questions) and two oral rounds (45 questions each). The winning team is based on the total number of questions answered correctly in all three rounds.

Practices begin on February 2 so please be sure to return the required paperwork to the main office by that date.


Applications are now available for the annual Skyridge Variety Show.  Applications are available in the main office and are due back by January 27.  Tryouts will be on January 28 at 3:00 PM.  The big SHOW will be Friday, February 13.


Skyridge is proud to be introducing its very own Robotics Club.  This will be a hands on club that teaches problem solving while creatively thinking outside the box. Students will learn the system in the club – so no experience is necessary. Robotics Club is open to all students – but with priority given to 6th and 7th grade to learn the system and build our competition team for next fall.  Students interested in Robotics Club should go see Ms. Swezea in room 201 to learn more information and pick up an application. All applications must be in Friday, January 16th to be considered for the club. The club will begin on Wednesday, January 28th. The club will meet on Wednesdays in room 201 from 2:45 – 4:00


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Class of 2019 Parent Information Meetings

Attention 8th Grade Parents:


Did you know that graduation requirements have changed for the Class of 2019? Mark your calendars for Wednesday, January 28, from 6:30-7:30 PM to learn more. On that night, CHS staff members will be here at Skyridge to talk about those new requirements and what they mean for your student. Busy on the 28? There will also be a meeting at Liberty Middle School on January 21 from 6:30-7:30 that you could also attend. Both meetings will have the same information, so feel free to attend either event. Come and discover what is new for your soon-to-be high school student.


Please Join Us:


Learn more about the exciting Math, Science, and Technology Magnet program at CHS.   A student and parent information night will be held on Thursday, January 15, 2015, at 7:00 PM in the CHS North Commons.



Order your yearbook this week at the introductory price of $25.  Prices go up in late January 2015.


Can’t remember if you purchased one already?  Check the order list posted in the display case by the main stairs.


You may also purchase yearbooks online by clicking “OnlinePayments” under “Quick Links” on the Skyridge website main page.

Basketball Tryouts Start January 5

Tryouts will be January 5-7.  Teams will be decided by Thursday, January 8, with team practices begining Thursday afternoon.
  • Girls will tryout from 3:00-4:30
  • Boys will tryout from 4:30-6:00
  • 7th grade tryouts will be held in the rubber gym
  • 8th grade tryouts will be held in the wood gym
Students’ paperwork must be submitted by December 17.  Students need:
  • Medical authorization form
  • Concussion form
  • Student health inventory form
  • Physical (good for 2 years)

Once teams are established, athletes are required to pay a $25 ASB fee and a $30 basketball fee prior to the first game, January 20.

Attached is the game schedule.  Season Three 2015

Important reminders for student athletes..

  • A good attendance record is importance.  Unexcused absences can keep you from practices and games.
  • Athletes must maintain a 2.0 GPA or better to be eligible to play.
  • If a student is assigned to ISS, for more than one period during a school day, they may not participate in athletics that day.
  • Athletes must have no outstanding fines or fees for elibility.