This week's Caught Being Good kids are proud at Webster!
over 4 years ago, Melanie Ryken, Webster Elementary Principal
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Writers' Round Table -1st Grade at Beadle School
over 4 years ago, Carey Mitzel, Beadle Elementary Principal
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Congratulations to the 2020 YMS Mathcounts team members who competed in Sioux Falls on Thursday: Zac Briggs, Ben Merkwan, Tate Beste, Nolan Fennell, Mitchel Zimmerman, Aidan Harrell, Noah Harrell, and Nathan Pietila. The YMS team placed 1st overall in the competition and will advance to the State Mathcounts competition on March 14th.
over 4 years ago, Yankton School District
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Earlier this semester, SD Department of Labor, along with the help of local businesses, prepared YHS seniors for World of Work and Internships by teaching the importance of soft skills and how to Bring Your A Game to Work & School!
over 4 years ago, Tara Bartekoske
Representatives from Applied Engineering spoke with YHS seniors on what it takes to be a good employee, what products their company builds, and the opportunities available to them after graduation.
YHS seniors working on teamwork and communication by stacking cups in a pyramid, using only rubber bands and string.
Walmart Store Manager, Katie Underberg, was a guest speaker during Bring Your A Game training this semester. Katie helped present the important topic of ACCEPTANCE and how as employees, we need to be accepting of our coworkers, customers and workplace rules.
YHS seniors attempting to build the tallest balloon tower during their soft skills training.
Congrats to our Caught Being Good kiddos on Valentine's Day at Webster!
over 4 years ago, Melanie Ryken, Webster Elementary Principal
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These Webster Winners have been working on shapes in Math. Today, they used a pegboard to build a town with shapes (squares, rectangles, circles, triangles and hexagons). Clever!
over 4 years ago, Melanie Ryken, Webster Elementary Principal
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Just a reminder that JrK/Kdg Open House and Registration is Thursday, February 20 at each of the elementary schools from 4:00-6:00 pm. Pick up a packet at any school or the Superintendent's office and bring your completed paperwork and birth certificate to register. Bring your child to see the classrooms and meet the teachers. We're excited to meet you!
over 4 years ago, Yankton School District
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Due to the wind chill temperatures predicted for the morning, Yankton School District will have a 10:00 AM late start tomorrow, Thursday, February 13. There will be no morning preschool at Webster School and no morning Special Education Preschool at Stewart. All buses will run approximately one and a half hours later than normally scheduled time.
over 4 years ago, Yankton School District
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Yankton School District will have an early release today at 1:00 pm due to the forecast of high winds and snow later this afternoon. Students in Junior Kindergarten through twelfth grade will be released at 1:00 pm. No afternoon Preschool at Webster School or afternoon Special Education Preschool at Stewart School. Buses will run accordingly.
over 4 years ago, Yankton School District
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Webster's Handwriting Celebrities for January are so proud! HOOT HOOT!
over 4 years ago, Melanie Ryken, Webster Elementary Principal
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Did you know that YSD partners with local community organizations for the success of students? YSD collaborates with the following organizations: The Academy, Big Friend Little Friend, Big Red Bookshelf Program, Boys and Girls Club, City of Yankton, The Center, The Contact Center, DARE, The Food Pantry at Lincoln Elementary School, Girls on the Run, Kids HOPE USA, Math is Fun, Mount Marty College, Power Up Program, Retired Senior Volunteer Program, Sack Pack Program, The United Way, You Can Too.
over 4 years ago, Yankton School District
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Did you know that over 1,500 Yankton Community Members assisted in developing the Forward 2024 Strategic Plan by participating in surveys and focus groups throughout the 18-19 school year?
over 4 years ago, Yankton School District
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Did you know that 98% of YHS students graduate in 4 years?
over 4 years ago, Yankton School District
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48th Annual YMS Wrestling Tourney. Over 225 middle schoolers wrestling tonight at the summit!
over 4 years ago, Yankton High School
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Did you know that the YHS students’ five year ACT average is 22.94 in comparison to the state average at 21.82?
over 4 years ago, Yankton School District
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Mr. Hoover’s Intro to Vehicle Maintenance class working on an oil change. Great experiences every day at YHS!
over 4 years ago, Tony Beste
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Did you know that YMS students can earn 2.5 high school credits before starting 9th grade?
over 4 years ago, Yankton School District
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Did you know that over 90% of our YSD parents attend Elementary Parent Teacher Conferences?
over 4 years ago, Yankton School District
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Did you know that for the 19-20 school year, 366 YHS students are participating in Fine Arts, 413 YHS students are participating in School Athletics, and 472 YHS students are participating in Career Technical Education classes?
over 4 years ago, Yankton School District
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Did you know that throughout the past 3 years, 135 fourth grade students have participated in Orchestra, and 317 fifth grade students have participated in Band?
over 4 years ago, Yankton School District
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