Welcome to Skyline School, Home of the Waves! We are a unique school housing two outstanding educational programs, our 4th-6th grade program and our Global Education K-6 program.
Skyline is the recipient of the 2012 California Distinguished School Award. This recognition was achieved through the hard work of our students, committed and dedicated teachers and staff, and our active and involved parents.
Our Parent Teacher Association and the Solana Beach Schools Foundation provide substantial financial and volunteer support to our school, supporting specialized programs, technology, science, art, music and physical education.

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  • Principal's Message
    Dear Skyline Families,

    Skyline School is holding its annual Ability Awareness Celebration next week, February 1 – 5.  Our aim each year is to continue to educate our students and empower students with disabilities.  The theme of the week is “Overcoming Obstacles” which ties in with our school-wide value study of perseverance.   Students in grades kindergarten through sixth grade will have the opportunity to write an essay this week on how they faced and overcame a challenge or obstacle.   On Monday, February 1st, selected students will read their essays to the student body at a morning assembly.   On Tuesday, John Hengesbaugh, a 24 year old young man with disabilities, will be sharing his life experiences with overcoming adversity. We are also pleased to welcome Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah to Skyline on Friday morning, February 5th. Mr. Yeboah is an athlete and activist from Koforidua, Ghana, and was born in 1977 without a right tibia. In 2001, he applied for a grant, and received a bicycle from the Challenged Athletes Foundation. He used the bike to ride 400 miles across Ghana to bring attention to the plight of the disabled in that country.

    Our Discovery Labs are also supporting Ability Awareness Week. For example, in the STREAM lab, students are collaborating together to come up with an invention that would support individuals with a variety of disabilities, and they are creating an infographic to display their invention. As always, the goal of our Ability Awareness celebration is to have our students come away with the idea that people who are different are still people first. I encourage you to have conversations with your children next week about Ability Awareness Week.

    Lost and Found

    We would like to remind all families to check our Lost and Found located beside the restrooms closest to the flagpole. We have many jackets, sweatshirts and lunch boxes. Items that have not been retrieved by Friday, February 12th, will be donated to charity.

    Lisa Denham, Principal

    Don’t forget to mark these important dates on your calendar:

    Dads Club Pancake Breakfast . . . Fri., Feb. 5
    February Break . . . . . . . . . . . . . Feb. 15-19
    Site Council Meeting . . . . . . . . Wed., Feb. 24

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