Announcements From Yorktown Community Schools

  • Transfer Tuition 2016-2017

    Yorktown Community Schools will set grade level and building capacities prior to February 1, 2016.  Currently, student applications for transfer are being accepted on a space available basis.  For an application, interested parties need to contact central office at 765-759-2720.  Applications will be received and reviewed from now- June 2016.  

     If student-transfer applicants do not fall under any of the exclusionary criteria*, then he/she will be provisionally accepted.  Once Yorktown Community Schools’ registration for residential students and currently attending transfer students is closed in June 2016, a determination will be made whether the student-transfer applicant(s) is admitted or a random drawing is necessary due to capacity.  If a drawing is necessary, it will be held in a public meeting in July 2016.

    Return completed Application for Transfer, Student Transfer Agreement and New Student Enrollment Form to: Bev LaVelle, Yorktown Community Schools, 2311 S. Broadway St., Yorktown, IN  47396


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  • 2015 Annual Performance Report

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  • Immunization Requirements

    Immunization Requirements for the 2016-2017 School Year.

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Welcome to Yorktown Community Schools!

As superintendent of Yorktown Community Schools, I am honored to serve our schools and accept the unwavering obligation to lead.  Having fulfilled the role as a teacher, principal, assistant superintendent, and superintendent of Yorktown, I am proud of our district’s strong commitment to students and the opportunities to which we offer them.  As a district, we pride ourselves on the commitment, excellence, and opportunities which guide our efforts.

I feel privileged to work with such a dedicated group of board members, staff, students and community members who are passionate about education and who hold it in such high regards.  Our Core Beliefs are the untouchables that drive our decision making as we strive to meet the needs of all students. In addition, the best interest of our students is always paramount to such decision making. I appreciate your continued support.

Educationally Yours,

Jennifer McCormick

Dr. Jennifer McCormick


Tiger Child Care at Yorktown Elementary K-6 Students

Drop off any K-6 student at Yorktown Elementary School’s main door starting at 7:30 a.m.  No prior sign-up or spot reservation is necessary. Qualified school personnel will oversee supervision.

Pay $4.00 in cash upon arrival for each student using the child care.  Breakfast is available for $1.50.  Your child’s food services account will be charged. Students may bring their own breakfast with them.

In case of unforeseen school closures on days that are initially delayed, parents must pick up students by 10:00 a.m. or a fee of $50.00 will be assessed to cover the cost of staffing.

Bus transportation for K-2 students will be provided to transport students to P.V.E. at the conclusion of the delay.

Latchkey will still be available for early release situations and after school care as in the past.