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Updates for the Week of May 18, 2020

We only have two weeks left in the school year! This is our last full week of online instruction. We will observe the Memorial Day holiday next Monday and will have a shortened week of assignments next week as we wrap up the year. For this Week 8, here are some important updates (read more…)

Notice & Agenda: May 14, 2020

A meeting of the Board of Directors of Yellowstone College Prep will be held on May 14, 2020, beginning at 8:00am. Meetings are normally held at 3000 Trulley, Houston, Texas. This meeting notice is being posted and we will hold this meeting in accordance with the Governor’s authorization concerning suspension of certain open meeting law requirements for the COVID-19 disaster.

This meeting will be conducted by video conference and telephone. Members of the public may access this meeting by clicking on this link at the appointed time:, or by calling 240-544-6411, and entering this PIN: 916 521 300#. A quorum of members of the Board will participate in the meeting and will be audible to the public.

This notice was posted at 3:15pm on May 13, 2020.

Important Family Updates

As we start our fifth week of online learning, we wanted to provide important updates about grading and enrollment. Please read through this update carefully and know that our staff will be ready to answer your questions this week during our weekly check-in with you.

Notice of Emergency Meeting: March 24, 2020

An emergency meeting of the Board of Directors of Yellowstone College Prep will be held on March 24, 2020, beginning at 5:00 p.m. at 3000 Trulley, Houston, Texas 77004. This meeting may be conducted by telephone conference as an Emergency Meeting of the Board in conformance with the Open Meetings Act.

School Closed March 13-30

Yellowstone is canceling classes starting Friday, March 13 through Monday, March 30. Classes will resume for all students on Tuesday, March 31 at normal time. We will send additional updates in the days to come.

Update on COVID19

As you have likely heard, Houston is beginning to ramp up its response to the coronavirus/COVID 19 outbreak, including shutting down the rodeo today and canceling or postponing many events around the city. As we did last week, we wanted to give you an update on how we are managing this situation to ensure that your family, our staff, and our students are safe.