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Skyview High

Posted: Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Students in social studies have been very busy with in-class and community activities. Juniors in U.S. history have worked in the foundation of American history and are memorizing the beginning of the Declaration of Independence. They watched "Remember the Titans" and are submitting their first products and projects this week along with their Unit I packet.

Seniors in U.S. government took their first test last week, handed in their first packet and more than 60 of them attended the city council meeting, where they heard about Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and problems at the skateboard park.

Students began the year watching "Pay It Forward" and were impressed with the concept that each person must take responsibility for themselves and become a contributing member of society.

Last week, Mr. Carey had a guest speaker from the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) as part of the "Smackdown Your Vote" program. Mr. Carey is assisting in the coordination of two national student voter awareness surveys and has been encouraging students to register to vote. As mayor of Soldotna, he was a guest speaker for Mr. Spark's government class dealing with voter registration and local government.

Skyview is hosting a swimming invite at 10 a.m. Saturday with eight teams from around the state.

Cross country is off to Palmer for regions this weekend

The football team is playing at Kenai with junior varsity starting at 11 a.m. Saturday and varsity at 2 p.m.

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