Soupstone has arrived!
The 2013 Edition of Yorktown High School’s Art and Literary Magazine is currently on sale in the high school cafeteria and in the English Office. Soupstone, Yorktown High School’s art and literary magazine is a yearly publication dedicated to showcasing the many talented artists and writers attending our school. Please stop by the high school and pick up a copy ($10) today!
*The magazine will also be available for purchase in the high school’s main lobby during final exams. Contact Trish Calhoun (YHS English Department) at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to reserve a copy.
Attention All YCSD Staff:
Check Yorktown Schools Technology Resources
for more information about the district's transition to Google this summer. Resources to help you:
- Save files to Google Drive,
- Collaborate using Google Docs,
- Build Google sites,
- Transfer calendar data to Google Calendars, etc.
are all being posted here. If there is something you need that isn't here yet, try Google for instructions, and if you can't find what you need, then email Karli Wheeler at email@example.com
Yorktown's "Tech Tuesdays" Program Featured Nationally
Please click here
to read the spring 2013 Scholastic Administrator
article about how the Yorktown CSD professional development "Tech Tuesdays" program is changing the nature of instruction throughout the district. Here is a link
to the full publication.
Mrs. Lori Roberts Named Principal of Crompond School
Mrs. Lori Roberts has been named as Principal of Crompond School to succeed Mr. Kenneth Levy, who has served as an elementary principal in the Yorktown Central School District for 12 years and is retiring effective July 31, 2013. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Ralph Napolitano declared, “First and foremost, Mrs. Roberts cares about children and provides many opportunities for them to grow and develop into competent, caring and confident learners who want to make a difference. She is a life-long learner who is always interested in applying the most effective and efficient strategies to today’s classrooms; she is currently enrolled in the Doctoral program at Manhattanville College, where she continues to thoughtfully examine how children learn best.” Read more...