It’s homecoming week at Sky View and the week has been full of activities including an assembly, a water party, the parade, Mr. Sky View Pageant and much more.
Find great deals on furniture, housewares, clothing, outdoor products, homemade crafts and other items at the Sky View band garage sale fundraiser. It will be this Saturday, June 23 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Sky View High School, 600 South 250 East Smithfield, Utah.
The Sky View high school honor roll for the final trimester of 2011-2012.
Sky View has recognized the students of the month for the 1st and 2nd Trimesters of the 2011-2012 School year.
The Sky View high school honor roll for the first trimester of 2011-2012
“You are the music in me” a spectacular evening of song and dance that will be fun for the whole family. Come and see favorites from all of your favorite decades, including jazz standards, rock and roll classics, and broadway and contemporary hits. Don’t miss it! Show dates are March 22, 23, 24, and 26th at 7:30 pm in the sky view auditorium. Tickets are available at www.skyviewtix.org. Price is $7 online or $8 at the door.
On Saturday, February 25th Sky View’s Vistaun’s held their annual dance review hosting several dance clubs from throughout Cache Valley, and showcased their top dance routines of the year.
BYU’s Young Ambassadors are coming to Sky View High School on Saturday, January 21 at 7:15 pm. The show will take place in the Sky View auditorium. Sky View’s Encore performers will open the show with two great numbers. Tickets are on sale now at skyviewtix.org for $12 and will be available at the door for $15. This will be a fantastic show and a wonderful opportunity to see the Young Ambassadors at a reduced price!
The Sky View high school honor roll for the first trimester of 2011-2012.
“Two quick-witted and sharp debaters from Sky View High School placed second and fourth at the Utah State Senate Youth Program debate last week, earning one of them a trip to Washington, D.C., to possibly see the president.”
Sky View High School has selected the Students of Month for September 2011. Chosen for their excellent citizenship, scholarly activities and involvement in school and extra curricular activities the students honored were:
The creak of plastic chairs on the asphalt, the rustle of plastic bags, and the giggles of neighborhood children were pleasantly interrupted Wednesday night as the loud peal of police sirens marked the start of Sky View High School’s 2011 Homecoming Parade.
Thursday night the ladies took to the gridiron in the annual homecoming week Powder Puff game. The Sky View girl participants battled each other for four quarters before the speed and agility of team “Darkness” coached by Yabiste Wells, proved to be too much for the tenacious group of team “Optimus Prime” coached by Cole Bangerter.
The Sky View high school honor roll for the third trimester of 2010-2011.
On the surface, a week in the life of Josh Bennion seems typical of a student. The Sky View High School senior stays busy doing homework, reading the news, and making time to hang out with friends. However, during the school year Bennion’s week really begins on Thursday night, when the nationally recognized debater starts cramming case studies, trying to his lead team to a tenth straight state championship.
Four hundred and sixty three Sky View graduates marched through the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum Tuesday night in celebration of being the graduating class of 2011. Hundreds of families and friends flocked to Utah State’s campus to watch the ceremony, which began with the March of the Graduates, conducted by Principal Dave Swenson.
Sky View High School has announced the students of the month for April 2011. Students are chosen for their citizenship, involvement in extra curricular activities, and excellent school work.
Sky View High School has announced the March 2011 Students of the Month. For adhering to the schools program of RCK, Relationships, Character, & Knowledge also known as the RoCK program. RoCK principles include high academic achievement, involvement in extra curricular activities at the school, possessing good character, and demonstrating preparation for the next step in life after high school.
On March 19th the Sky View Booster Club held a fund raising auction that raised nearly $20,000 to support the activities of the Booster Club and the athletic programs at Sky View.
High school basketball season is all wrapped up, shoes are stowed, uniforms are laundered and put away waiting for next year, and all that is left to do is give out awards. Several Sky View players were honored this year for their on-court contributions.
Sky View has announced the February Students of the Month. Students recognized for their contributions to the school in the form of excellent citizenship, good school work, and the help that they offer to the school are:
The Sky View high school honor roll for the second trimester of 2010-2011.
The gym hushed into an engaged silence as twenty five pairs of feet marched to the center of the room. “Five, six, seven, eight!” shouted one of the Sky View Vistauns, her mouth set in a confident smile. The procession stopped, a quick beat pulsed through the walls, and thus began the 2010-2011 Sky View Vistaun Review Monday evening.
The Sky View Booster Club is holding its annual auction and dinner or March 19 at 6 p.m. Tickets can be purchased from any Sky View athlete, or at the front office at Sky View. Tickets will be available at the door, however; advance purchases are encouraged to enable the planning the correct quantity of food.
Sky View has announced the students whose stellar performance in the classroom and excellent citizenship in the school have earned them the honor of Student of the Month.
Sky View High School has selected their outstanding students of the month for December 2010. The students are recognized for their excellent school work, citizenship, and contributions to the school.
The Sky View high school honor roll for the first trimester of 2010-2011.
Sky View High School has announced the November 2010 Students of the Month.
Emilie Wheeler posted a terrific story about an tiny art project at Sky View: “Two of the school’s art teachers have teamed up to have students participate in a new type of project. Instead of large oil or watercolor paintings or life-size portrait sketches, the students have been working on a smaller scale.”
Arie Kirk wrote a nice story about the Veteran’s Assembly at Sky View High School Thursday morning: “About 100 veterans — representing the Army, Navy, Coast Guard, Marines and Air Force — attended the high school program. They were honored in word, song, video and with a 21-gun salute.”
The Herald Journal has posted a nice slideshow by Jennifer Meyers from Thursday’s Veterans Day assembly at Sky View High School. Visit Veteran’s Day at Sky View for the show.
Sky View High School has selected and honored the October students of the month. Selected for recognition in October are Sophomores: Mark allred, Jalen Moore, and Morgan Webb; Juniors: Lauren Nel, Maribel Rodriguez, and Keri Hanson; and Seniors: Elisa Barfuss, Colton Arave, and Tyson Holden.
Each month the administration at Sky View sends around a ballot where the teachers nominate kids from each class to be the students of the month. The students are evaluated based on attendance, timely submission of homework, class citizenship, participation, grades.
Sky View High School and the Smithfield community have enjoyed many great activities this week. Tuesday night Hansen Field at Sky View High School, saw some of Sky View’s fiercest female felines do battle with one another in the annual Powder-puff game (See photos courtesy of Bud Covington).
Sky View High School is hosting a first-ever Sophomore Orientation a day before the regular school schedule begins. Every Sky View Sophomore should attend. It’s scheduled for Wednesday, August 25 from 7:50 a.m. to 2:35 p.m. Busses will be running.
“Hunt will be remembered for much more than being a great individual athlete for the Bobcats. More importantly, the North Logan native will be viewed as the catalyst behind Sky View’s ascension among the state’s better track and field programs.” — Jason Turner
The Sky View high school honor roll for the third trimester of 2009-2010.
The Sky View High School Class of 2010.
Friday’s break in the rain was just enough for 11 individuals and 7 teams to participate in a great triathlon at Sky View High School. It was the first of what Principal Swenson hopes will be an annual event called the Sky View Sprint Triathlon. Initiated/sposored by the Sky View PTSA, it was great fun for all the participants and supporters as they manuevered through the swimming pool, the bike course which included Smithfield Canyon, and the running course which had a killer hill right at the start. [ UPDATED: Added four images. ]
The Herald Journal is doing a series of reports on local high school graduates. On Saturday morning they posted a story about Luis Patino of Sky View High School.
The Sky View May 2010 Students of the Month:
We want to start a new tradition, recognizing all of the great things happening here at Sky View High School. Today’s recognition will be a little lengthy, and will not include all of the great things that have happened this year, but hopefully will give you and idea of some of the things occurring.
Sky View students created a huge replica of Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night from breakfast cereal last week. Not only did they create a wonderful project, but they were also a hit on the Associated Press this weekend.
Seniors Shawn Chen, Corey Warren, Wendy Howells; juniors Rebecca Sharp, Cheyanne Petersen, Manuel Garcia; and sophomores Parker Bradford, Robert Merritt, Regina Ward were honored as March 2010’s students of the month at Sky View High School.
Saturday evening the Sky View Booster Club held a luau at the Castle Manner Reception and Events Center in Hyde Park. The well attended event was enjoyed by all participants and provided excellent food, splendid atmosphere, and great entertainment.
SMITHFIELD—Allison Pope from Sky View High School learned good grades pay off when she won the Cache Valley-area drawing for a $100 scholarship savings account from Zions Bank’s Pays for A’s program. Pope received the surprise news about the scholarship during the morning school announcements from Zions Bank’s Smithfield branch manager Lynn Godderidge last Wednesday.
The Sky View high school honor roll for the second trimester of 2009-2010.
Sixteen area high school students will be competing along with 179 of their peers from throughout the state of Utah Wednesday. They are competing to be considered the best in their field of study in the Deseret News-sponsored Sterling Scholar competition.
Nine SVHS students were honored on Tuesday, Feb 16 at a Student of the Month luncheon. The luncheon was held in the Presentation room at Sky View and was catered by Ann Lusk. Students recognized this month were: Seniors: Luis Patino, Brooke Lindhardt and Boone Hansen, Juniors: Blake McKinley, AJ Vande Merwe and Jordan C. Nielsen, Sophomores: Natalia Chaparro, Jared Walker and Joshua Smith.
Sky View high school’s Sterling Scholars competed at the preliminary regions level earlier this week, and four are continuing onto the State level.