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Join the Book Club!

Children who consistently read have stronger vocabulary, better comprehension skills, and are more confident communicators. Children that see their parents reading are more likely to establish a reading habit of their own.

Notes from the Principal

We are hard at work making sure each day we are creating an environment where high levels of learning can take place. We want to ensure we are implementing structures and procedures that create safe learning spaces and empower our students to be academically successful. I want children to enjoy their learning environment and look forward to joining us each day.

Win a Family Fun Pack!

Download the flyer » Attention All YCP Families! Win a Family Fun Pack on us! YCP will raffle a Family Fun Pack on Monday, November 18, 2019.  Simply complete our online survey and email a screenshot of the completed survey screen to: clewis@yellowstoneschools.org for your chance to win our Family Funpack! One survey per household!  […]

ESF Survey

Next week, the Center for Effective Schools will begin administering feedback surveys to families across the state. Your views on matters like the safety of your child at school, the way students at school are taught, and your child’s connection to school are crucial. These surveys will give you a unique opportunity to provide anonymous feedback about your experiences in these areas.

9th Grade Parent Meeting

YCP will host a mandatory parent meeting for all 9th Grade students on Thursday, October 10, 2019 from 6:30 p.m.- 7:30 p.m. Join us on the 2nd floor in room 207  (Roar Room).   Parents and students will receive pertinent information regarding graduation requirements and personal graduation plans. We can’t wait to see you there!

MAP Information

During the week of September 3-6, your child will take a MAP® Growth™ test from NWEA® on a computer or tablet. MAP Growth scores help teachers check student performance by measuring achievement and growth. Teachers use results to tailor classroom lessons and set goals for students.