Announcements From Yorktown Community Schools

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    Yorktown Community Schools Demographic Study

    Dr. Jerry McKibben, a highly-respected demographer, recently (October 2017) completed a demographic study for Yorktown Community Schools.  The Board and Central Administration will be using these data to inform decisions about enrollment and facilities.

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  • Transfer Tuition 2018-2019

    A transfer student is one whose legal settlement is not within the boundaries of the Yorktown Community Schools district, which includes all of Mt. Pleasant Township, Delaware County, Indiana.  Yorktown has accepted many transfer students over the years and intends to continue on a limited basis.  Yorktown will comply with the provisions of IC 20-26-11-32 in regard to transfer students.

    Requests by parents, guardians, or custodians of Indiana students who do not have a legal residence within the boundaries of Yorktown Community Schools but who wish to enroll their child in the school corporation will be considered, see the attached Transfer Student Procedures for details.

    Kindergarten applications must be received by 3:00 p.m., Friday, April 13, 2018.

    Grades 1-12 must be received by 3:00 p.m., Friday, June 1, 2108.

    All applications, agreements and new student registration forms must be returned to Yorktown Community Schools, Administration Building, 2311 S. Broadway Street, Yorktown, IN  47396

     

     

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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.

Community Link

The YMCA of Muncie needs your help! Please fill out the Community Needs Assessment survey below!

  

 

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Coding Connector has spring classes available.  The Coding Connector combines a state-of-the-art facility with fiber-based internet access, computer resources, an active marketing and business center, and the absolute best coding instructors in the community. Click below for more information.

 

 CodingConnectorSpring2018.pdf