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Board of Directors

Lionel Jellins, Board Chair

Retired, ExxonMobil Corporation

Janice Character

Realtor, Keller Williams Realty

David Lumpkins

Co-founder, PetroLogistics LP

Tori Moore-Cofield

Executive Director, Hope for Families

John Peavy

Vice President, Radiant 7

Valerie Williams

Retired, Ernst & Young

Join us for our next board meeting!

Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Board of Directors of Yellowstone College Prep will be held on November 14, 2022. The Board will convene the meeting in Open Session at 4:15pm. The Board will meet at 3000 Trulley, Houston, Texas 77004.

Required Postings

Special Education and Student Support Services

Accountability Ratings

2020-21 School Report Card

Click here to download the 2020-21 School Report Card.

School Card Definitions: English | Spanish

2020–21 Texas Academic Performance Report

Click here to download the 2020–21 TAPR.

Glossary of Terms, Methods, and Sources: English

2019–20 Texas Academic Performance Report

Click here to download the 2019–20 TAPR.

Glossary of Terms, Methods, and Sources: English | Spanish

Wellness Policy

All stakeholders are able to participate in the development, review, update, and implementation of the Local School Wellness Policy. Please contact Damon Gunn, Director of Campus Services, for more details.

Phone: (713) 741-8000 ext. 1104

Email: dgunn@yellowstoneschools.org

Information Regarding Bacterial Meningitis

In the 86th Legislature, HB 3884 required the Texas Department of State Health Services to create procedures for school districts to provide information relating to bacterial meningitis to students and parents. Click here to view the information »

Guidelines for the Care of Students with Food Allergies At-Risk for Anaphylaxis

Please review our Family and Student Handbook for information about food services and how to submit a dietary needs form.

Each school year, we are required to post on our website a summary of TEA’s “Guidelines for the Care of Students with Food Allergies At-Risk for Anaphylaxis” (the “Guidelines”), as developed by the Commissioner of State Health Services.

The guidelines document includes information about how to:

  • Discuss federal and state legislation
  • Define and discuss a food allergy and anaphylaxis
  • Discuss the signs and symptoms of an allergic reaction
  • Discuss how to treat food allergies and anaphylaxis, and how to manage food allergies in the school setting
  • Identify students with food allergies at risk for anaphylaxis
  • Develop, implement, communicate, and monitor emergency care plans, 504 plans, or individualized health care plans
  • Reduce exposure risk through environmental controls
  • Provide training for school staff on food allergies, anaphylaxis, and emergency response
  • Review policy and procedures after an anaphylactic reaction

The Guidelines for the Care of Students with Food Allergies document is intended to serve as a reference and illustrative guide for local school boards or charter school leadership. It can be used to help create and implement school district policies and administrative regulations. This document should not serve as treatment guidelines for healthcare practitioners. Any portion of this document may be reproduced for educational purposes or policy development.

The document and other information can also be found by visiting https://www.dshs.state.tx.us/schoolhealth/allergiesandanaphylaxis/.

Website Accessibility

Yellowstone College Prep is committed to providing a web presence that is accessible to all individuals, regardless of ability or technology.


Let us know what you think

If you enjoyed using the Yellowstone College Prep website, or if you had trouble with any part of it, please send us an email at advancement@yellowstoneschools.org.


Student Support Services

Special Education

  • Child Find 
  • ARD Guide 
  • Procedural Safeguards 
  • Texas Transition and Employment Guide 

The Texas Transition and Employment Guide is a guide developed by the Texas Education Agency that provides helpful information for parents and students who have received special education services due to a disability. The guide has steps for students to find the right work or educational choices and services you may need after high school.

Click here to download the guide or visit www.transitionintexas.org to learn more.

You may also contact the Yellowstone College Prep Transition/Employment Services Designee: 

Special Populations Department chair

Phone: 713.741.8000

The Homeless Education Program

The McKinney Vento Act is designed to address problems that homeless children and youth have faced in enrolling, attending, and succeeding in school. Under The Homeless Education Program, State Education Agencies (SEAs) must ensure that each homeless child and youth has equal access to the same free and appropriate public education, including a preschool education, as other children and youth. Homeless children and youth should have access to the educational services that they need to enable them to meet the same challenging state student academic achievement standards to which all students are held. Every School District is required to have a Homeless Education Liaison.

Homeless Education Program Services Included

  • Provide support and guidance to homeless children and youth who are in transition, who lack a “fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence”
  • Provide uniforms, school supplies, shoes, undergarments and personal hygiene items for identified students who qualify
  • Assist with enrollment, obtaining school, medical records and immunizations
  • Collaborate with other school personnel to provide transportation, free breakfast/lunch
  • Assist school based personnel in identifying students and increasing community awareness
  • Referral to social service agencies and resources 

Social Worker

Phone: 713.741.8000

SPEDTEX Logo | Special Education Information Center

The Special Education Information Center (SPEDTex) provides resources and interactive features for increasing family awareness of disabilities and special education processes, with the goal of improving partnerships between schools and families.

Contact information:

Phone: 1-855-773-3839

Email: inquire@spedtex.org

Live Chat: www.spedtex.org

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