INTRODUCING ONLINE REGISTRATION Beginning July 29, students and parents/guardians will be able to complete and update their school registration information online using a link which will be provided on our school app (free in your app store), school website (yale.k12.ok.us), or by following a link which will be made available on our official Facebook page. Additionally, we will have Chromebooks set up at both sites for parent/guardian use. Those who will be new to our district can also utilize the online registration; however, they will need to set up a follow up appointment through the registration tool because additional information will need to be completed in person. Students in grades 6-12 will still need to come to the jr. high/high school office to select the courses they will take. That schedule is below. Our belief is the online tool will eliminate the repetitive paperwork that must be completed each year and streamline the entire enrollment process. As with anything new, there will be some hiccups, but we appreciate your willingness to work with us as we try to make this easier for you. Course Enrollment Dates: Seniors, July 31 Juniors, August 1 Sophomores, August 2 Freshman, August 5 6th, 7th, & 8th grades, August 6
about 3 years ago, Yale School District
Yale Schools will be closed Thursday & Friday, July 4th & 5th, 2019. Have a Happy Fourth of July.
about 3 years ago, Tammy Huff
Rising HS juniors: just a reminder that your OHLAP scholarship applications are due July 1. https://www.okhighered.org/okpromise/ (Rising sophomores and freshmen may also apply)
over 3 years ago, Audrey Jordan
SECOND NOTICE: A second Driver's Education class will offered beginning July 1st. The classroom dates will be July 1st, 2nd, 3rd, & 8th from 8:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. The driving times will be scheduled at a later date. This class will be limited to the first 20 PAID students. Please contact Mr. Ray at jray@yale.k12.ok.us with any questions.
over 3 years ago, Sara Pitts
A second Driver's Education class will offered beginning July 1st. The classroom dates will be July 1st, 2nd, 3rd, & 8th from 8:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. The driving times will be scheduled at a later date. This class will be limited to the first 20 PAID students. Please contact Mr. Ray at jray@yale.k12.ok.us with any questions.
over 3 years ago, Tammy Huff
Contact: Sarah Julian Email: sarah.julian@opsrc.net Phone: 405-212-4802 ext. 105 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Yale students take learning to next level Test scores surpass expectations YALE, OK— Yale Public School students just received results from their spring NWEA MAP testing, and the scores show a level of growth of which any district would be proud. Yale students showed more progress than any school in Oklahoma during the winter, and they are on pace to show similar growth for the end of the year. District administrators attribute the students’ success to hard work from all stakeholders. Superintendent Dale Bledsoe, said, “I am proud of the effort our staff put forth to make this past year a success, but I’m equally proud of our students and their incredible achievements.” What is the NWEA MAP test? To best gauge individual students’ progress, Yale uses the Northwest Evaluation Association’s (NWEA) Measure of Academic Progress (MAP) test, a nationally respected assessment that measures what students currently know. The test gauges both student achievement and growth, and based on this data, teachers can see exactly what students are ready to learn next. Students are assessed three times per year, and NWEA assigns a "projected growth" amount based on national averages of students with similar demographics and at a similar grade level. How did Yale students perform? Yale’s student achievement increased in some grades nearly 20% in reading and math: an indication that solid learning is occurring and a reason to celebrate. Performance at this level is significant because this kind of growth is not common. In each grade level, multiple classrooms show impressive growth that far exceeded NWEA's typical projections: In almost every Yale Elementary School grade, students grew more than 90% of students in schools around the nation in reading. This means that Yale students are growing at a faster rate than their peers across the U.S.. In some grades, students grew almost two years in reading in just one academic year. Sixth, 7th and 8th grade Yale Middle School students performed better in reading than 99% of schools in the nation. In each grade, students showed an average growth of 3.3 years in reading in just one school year. --more-- In math, Yale Elementary students grew more than 73% of schools in the nation on average. Kindergarten and first grades students showed more growth than over 90% of schools in the U.S.. Yale Middle School students collectively grew more than 80% of schools around the nation and grew almost 1.5 years within one school year. “We implemented continual data analysis and developed a differentiated intervention program to meet all students’ needs,” Bledsoe said. “Now we are seeing that work pay off, and these strategies will help us continue reaching for academic excellence for all our students.” ###
over 3 years ago, Dale Bledsoe
Basketball Skills is currently offered to all students interested in playing basketball next year (this is actually great for any sport). Jr. High meets at 4 PM and HS at 6 PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Homer Ray Gymnasium. Contact Coach Moore if you have questions.
over 3 years ago, Heather Bledsoe
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High Knees
Parents: We have many cafeteria bills still due. Please check your email (if school has this) and your mail this week. Please make payment to Yale Public Schools as soon as possible. Payment can be made through myschoolbucks.com with your VISA, Mastercard, Discover or Debit card. If payment has been sent, please disregard this post. If not, we would appreciate your payment as soon as possible. If the full amount cannot be made, please call Sara Pitts at 918-387-2434 Option 3, and make arrangements to have this paid no later than JUNE 10, 2019 AT 3:00 P.M.
over 3 years ago, Sara Pitts
Yale Public Schools will closed Monday May 27, 2019 for Memorial Day.
over 3 years ago, Tammy Huff
Yale's youth basketball camp was a success! Thank you to our coaches for investing in the children of our community.
over 3 years ago, Heather Bledsoe
ball handling drills
ball handling skills
ball handling drills
ball handling drills
School may be out, but Summer Academy is in full swing. Thank you teachers for your dedication!
over 3 years ago, Heather Bledsoe
Small group work
One-on-one instruction
Small group work
Congratulations, senior class of 2019!
over 3 years ago, Audrey Jordan
Senior class of 2019 throwing their caps in the air after graduation ceremony
Senior class of 2019 throwing their caps in the air after graduation ceremony
School is officially out; however, we still have lunch accounts needing end-of-the-year payments. Lunch statements will go out in mail again on Monday, May 13, 2019. You can stop by the Central office in the high school and pay, OR you can mail a check to 315 E. Chicago, Yale, OK 74085, OR you can pay through your myschoolbucks.com account. Payments should be made as soon as possible. If payment arrangements need to be made, please contact Sara Pitts at 918-387-2434 Option 3. Thank you for your cooperation.
over 3 years ago, Sara Pitts
Yale Elementary has ten available spots for summer school. If you're interested, please come in or call Monday to reserve your student a spot. Summer school starts May 14th from 8:30-11:30.
over 3 years ago, Yale School District
Yay!! School is officially out; however, we still have lunch accounts needing end-of-the-year payments. Lunch statements will go out in mail again on Monday, May 13, 2019. You can stop by the Central office in the high school and pay, OR you can mail a check to 315 E. Chicago, Yale, OK 74085, OR you can pay through your myschoolbucks.com account. Payments should be made as soon as possible. If payment arrangements need to be made, please contact Sara Pitts at 918-387-2434 Option 3. Thank you for your cooperation.
over 3 years ago, Sara Pitts
Yay!! School is officially out; however, we still have lunch accounts needing end-of-the-year payments. Lunch statements will go out in mail again on Monday, May 13, 2019. You can stop by the Central office in the high school and pay, OR you can mail a check to 315 E. Chicago, Yale, OK 74085, OR you can pay through your myschoolbucks.com account. Payments should be made as soon as possible. If payment arrangements need to be made, please contact Sara Pitts at 918-387-2434 Option 3. Thank you for your cooperation.
over 3 years ago, Sara Pitts
It is crazy to think it is a week before these kiddos graduate from 5th grade. It seems like August was just a month or two ago! They all agree that the school year has flown by! Good luck, 5th grade friends! I know that you will love Junior High! -Mrs. Endicott
over 3 years ago, Yale School District
5th Grade
We are not releasing the students early, but you may pick them up if you would like.
over 3 years ago, Dale Bledsoe
We have been given the all clear sign.
over 3 years ago, Dale Bledsoe
Parents when we release the students form shelter in place. Please feel free to pick up your child at the elementary it has been a long day already. The kids are handling this extremely well.
over 3 years ago, Dale Bledsoe