Due to the weather,Mr. Lancaster's bus #3 will be late.
about 3 years ago, Tammy Huff
The JH/HS flex period has changed. Read more here: https://www.yale.k12.ok.us/article/124676?org=yale-school-district
about 3 years ago, Audrey Jordan
Yale Elementary is well underway on our first day! Mrs. Kathy is so excited to have the new PreK students with her at Yale. She said that she was really pleased with the way her students adjusted to their school day.
about 3 years ago, Emily Nickell
Lunch time!!
Junior high & high school: All students will meet in the old gym at 7:50 AM on Thursday, the first day of school.
about 3 years ago, Audrey Jordan
Back-to-school night is tonight from 6-7 PM at both campuses. We look forward to seeing you this evening!
about 3 years ago, Audrey Jordan
Yale Elementary would like to invite the community to see the bond improvements throughout the building during Back to School Night on August 6 from 6-7 pm! We will also be releasing class lists at this time, students will be able to meet their teachers and see classrooms. I look forward to having students back in the building! One goal of mine is to encourage communication in general but with a focus on important issues, while addressing any concerns as quickly and effectively as possible. Please feel free to visit with me Tuesday night and any other time this year. I look forward to the upcoming school year!
about 3 years ago, Emily Nickell
HS seniors will need to come to the main office to select their courses tomorrow, Wednesday 7/31. (Juniors come Thursday and sophomores Friday.)
about 3 years ago, Audrey Jordan
The immunization link and the free and reduced lunch link is currently working in the online registration.
about 3 years ago, Yale School District
We are aware that the immunization link and the free and reduced lunch link are not currently working in the online registration. Thank you for your patience; we know the issue and it should be fixed by 10 AM.
about 3 years ago, Yale School District
Online registration available now. Please read the information on usernames/passwords carefully :) https://www.yale.k12.ok.us/article/122152?org=yale-school-district
about 3 years ago, Audrey Jordan
National FFA Organization’s Washington Leadership Conference Instills Importance of Growth, Leadership, Community Service INDIANAPOLIS (Monday, June 3, 2019/National FFA Organization) – For the past fifty years, FFA members from across the country converge on Washington, D.C., in the summer to evaluate their personal skills and interests, develop leadership talent and create service plans that will make a difference in their communities. This year is no different. Created in 1969 and held annually, the first conference began June 4 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel. More than 2,300 students registered for the 2019 Washington Leadership Conference, the second-largest student experience that the National FFA Organization hosts each year. FFA members can attend the conference during one of seven weeks. They spend the week under the guidance of professionals, counselors and FFA staff. In workshops, seminars and small groups, members focus on identifying and developing their personal strengths and goals while undergoing comprehensive leadership training that help them guide their local FFA chapters. The capstone of the event is a civic engagement activity where participants apply what they have learned to a hands-on activity. Members also analyze the needs of their communities, develop wide-ranging and high-impact community service initiatives and implement their plans with the help of their FFA chapters upon return home. Students in recent years have promoted agricultural literacy; brought attention to abuse; collected and distributed shoes to individuals in Haiti; created a hunger awareness plan and more. Cooper Martin, Yale FFA Vice President, proudly represented the Yale FFA chapter during the third session of the Washington Leadership Conference held June 16-24. He and approximately 140 other Oklahoma FFA members from across the state traveled to Washington, D.C. via charter bus. During his time in DC, Cooper experienced the history of the nation’s capital and toured landmarks including Mount Vernon, Arlington National Cemetery, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, the Washington Monument, War Memorial, the National Mall, and the Smithsonian museums, among others. He also toured the U.S. Capitol where he had the opportunity to participate in congressional visits. The 400 participants of session three also engaged in a service day project where they packaged over 60,000 meals for Meals of Hope to be distributed to homeless shelters in the area. The 2019 Washington Leadership Conference is sponsored by title sponsors CSX and Farm Credit and weekly sponsors Bayer, Syngenta, General Mills, Merck Animal Health, Growth Energy and Nutrien. For more information, visit FFA.org/WLC. The National FFA Organization provides leadership, personal growth and career success training through agricultural education to 669,989 student members who belong to one of 8,630 local FFA chapters throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The organization is also supported by 459,514 alumni members in 2,236 alumni chapters throughout the U.S.
about 3 years ago, Tammy Huff
Cooper Martin
Online registration will be open starting tomorrow - stay tuned for more information.
about 3 years ago, Audrey Jordan
The work on the elementary cafeteria is coming along nicely. We are excited for our students and community to see the finished product at Back to School Night on August 6, 6PM-7PM.
about 3 years ago, Heather Bledsoe
Elementary Cafeteria after improvements
Today was day 1 of our faculty 5 day SIG Academy. Our teachers spent time learning together and digging into student data, especially attendance. Great things are happening at Yale and we are looking forward to a great 19-20 school year!
about 3 years ago, Heather Bledsoe
American Heritage Bank sponsored a drawing for YPS faculty and staff. These teachers won Muggsy's gift cards!
YPS teachers engage in a jump rope, leadership activity.
FCA Speaker, Joe Sindelar, leads YPS faculty in leadership development.
JH Volleyball practice will begin Aug 2nd, 8:30 p.m to 10:00 p.m.
about 3 years ago, Tammy Huff
Student-athletes must have a current physical on file (dated after May 1, 2019). Download the form in Documents on the app/website, or follow this link: https://www.yale.k12.ok.us/o/yale-school-district/browse/50265
about 3 years ago, Audrey Jordan
If any of our female athletes, going into grades 9-12, are interested in co-oping with Glencoe for fast pitch softball, please send a quick email to Mr. Kennedy at rkennedy@yale.k12.ok.us. The email needs to be sent by 2 PM this Monday, July 15.
about 3 years ago, Heather Bledsoe
Our printable calendar for the 2019-20 school year is now available in Documents on the website and app: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/402195/calendar_2019-20.pdf
about 3 years ago, Audrey Jordan
The 2019-2020 school year is quickly approaching! Parents and guardians are starting to prepare. We are pleased to announce Yale Elementary will supply teachers with the necessary student supplies, therefore we will not be requiring families to buy supplies or pay for them at the beginning of the school year. However, donations will always be accepted. All standard school supplies are appreciated and there is a never-ending need for tissues, Clorox wipes, and disinfectant items. We appreciate Yale families and our community and look forward to starting a new school year. Thank you, Emily Nickell - Yale Elem. Principal
about 3 years ago, Yale School District
The new doors in the Elementary.
about 3 years ago, Yale School District
Mr. Villars standing by his new classroom door.