Clubs at Skyview

Skyview has many successful clubs for students.  Some clubs will meet after school on days we have activity buses -  Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. We also have clubs during school on Fridays during Advisory period. 

Activity Buses provide transportation for students who normally ride the school bus and are attending a school supervised club after school (see activity bus information below).

ASB After School Clubs

Skyview ASB is a student run governing body that supports a variety of activities including sports, clubs and supplemental music offerings by providing equipment and supplies. The annual Skyview magazine drive is our major annual fundraiser and begins mid-September.  It is our biggest source of funding so we appreciate your continued support to keep these worthwhile programs running effectively.  

Important:  All students participating in ASB activities including clubs will need to purchase an annual Skyview ASB Card for $30.00. Scholarships are available for ASB cards. Please contact your counselor for more information.

The following are Skyview ASB Clubs:
Girls Who Code
Math Club
STEM Academy
Newspaper Club*
Robotics Club*
National Junior Honor Society*

*see separate webpage on site

Girls Who Code Club

Girls, do you want to join a club to explore coding in a fun & friendly environment? Want to work with other girls to create a unique solution to real-world problems using code and computer science?

When: 1st & 3rd Thursdays, 2:35-3:35pm

Where: F103, Advisor: Ms. Kull

Bring your computer!

Schoology group code: 2VC2-4FBJ-R2H7Q


Math Olympiad

Anyone who enjoys math and would like to spend more time doing it.  All ability levels are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Dates for Math Club 2021-2022 School Year

ACTIVITY BUSSES are back!!!!!!!  

Tuesday, February 1st - 6th, 7th and 8th grade:  MOEMS 4th test and prep for Math is Cool competition

Tuesday, February 8th -  No Math Club after school

***WEDNESDAY - FEBRUARY 9 - ONLY Math Competitors: 

Email sent to competitors with competition information

Math is cool Competition. 

Based on Math Club attendance, I have registered 1 6th grade team of 4, 2 7th grade teams of 4, and 1 8th grade team of 4.  

This competition will be online but teams must compete from school.  The students will meet in Ms. Slater’s room (P3) and Ms. Slater will project the competition to the room.  Each student will need a computer to submit their individual tests.

The exact times of the competition are still to be determined.  Last year the competition ended between 6:30 and 7pm.

Students will report to Ms. Slater’s Room (Portable 3) right after school.  

There will be no district transportation after the competition so students will need to be picked up at the end of the competition.  Once we have times we should know a more precise time and will be allowed to call home to give an update if the competition will run late or get done early.

Pizza will be served for dinner.  And water and some snacks will be provided.  Students can also bring snacks to eat during the competition.

Tuesday, February 15th - CANCELLED

Tuesday, February 22nd - Mid Winter Break - No Math Club

Tuesday, March 1st - No Math Club

Tuesday, March 8th - 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade
Last MOEMS Competition

Tuesday, March 15th - No Math Club

Tuesday, March 22nd - 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade
Practice for Noetic Learning Competition and other activities

Tuesday, April 5th - 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade
Practice for Noetic Learning Competition and other activities

Tuesday, April 11th - Spring Break - No Math Club

Tuesday, April 19th - 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade
Noetic Learning Competition

Tuesday, April 26th - 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade

Last Math Club - Year End Celebration

Time:  Above days are after school from 2:40 - 4:15pm
There is an activity bus for students that ride the bus, otherwise plan to pick your student up at 4:15

Portable 3 (Ms. Slater’s Classroom)

2021 - 2022 Competitions 
Noetic Learning (November and April)
MOEMS (November, December, January, February, and March)
AMC 8 (January)
Math is Cool (February)

How to Join:
Come to Math Olympiad on the designated day for your grade level.  You will need an ASB card to participate.  Due to classroom size the limit for each grade level is 32 students.  

Schoology:  Skyview Math Olympiad/ Club Group

Access Code:  65M3-B676-KSDFN

Clubs During School Day

Movement /Connection Clubs

Students participate in at least one Movement/Connection Club a week and use areas throughout the campus to be active in informal settings as well as organized tournaments and other competitions. Students play games, puzzles, and other activities in the cafeteria and library.  Students choose to sign up for connection groups in for a specific activity with a teacher that is organizing the group.

These Movement/Connection Clubs meet during Advisory period on Fridays and are designed to provide safe places for students to be active and involved.  Currently, these clubs are as follows:

•    Game Club in Room 233 with Ms. Ernster
•    Jazz Band in the Band Room with Mr. Carlson
•    Art and Drama Support in T109 with Ms. Monahan
•    Robotics and Technology club in T-101with Mr. Seeley
•    GSA in A232 with Ms. Kipper
•    Karaoke Club in the Choir Room with Mr. Moen
•    Animation Club in A234 with Mr. Bettine
•    Drama Musical Club in T110 with Ms. Henderson
•    Anime Club in A137 with Ms. Kull
•    LatinX Club in A127 with Ms. Glazener
•    Faith has come Club  in A229 with Ms. Hill 
•    Geo Bee (which is the geography club) in A133 with Ms. Klemczyk
•    Green Team in A132 with Mr. Bahr

•    Newspaper Club:  Room 105 with Ms. Doty and Ms. Macchi


Activity Bus

Skyview provides After School Activity Buses on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday leaving Skyview at 4:45 p.m. The activity buses may be ridden ONLY by Skyview students who are regular bus riders and stay after school to attend a supervised school activity. The activity routes do not have the same bus stop locations as the regular routes; 1, 2 or 3 bus routes cover the same area in the evening that a dozen bus routes regularly cover in the AM/PM. Bus stops are limited to insure all students are transported home in a timely manner and the cost to the schools are minimal. It is the parents' responsibility to select the stop closest to their residence and familiarize their child with this information in the event he/she needs to utilize after school transportation.

Skyview has three Activity Buses available for students - please review the routes, maps and information on our Skyview Activity Bus page!



Ebonisha Washington
Assistant Principal

Marie Jefferson
Main Office/ASB Secretary