Yates Elementary School

Mission Statement:

"Yates Elementary is a partnership where parents, students, and staff work together to create an engaging environment and are dedicated to promoting the highest level of student learning and success."

Yates Elementary School was built in 1954 and was named for Dr. Earl Yates, who had been a member of the School Board. Yates Elementary School was last renovated in 2011.

 

Yates Guidelines for Success

Yes, I am responsible for my actions

Attitiude is everything

Treat everyone with respect

Expect success

Strive for my personal best

Scholastic Book Fair-April 21st-April 25th

Science Night-April 24th  

Career Fair-April 25th

Hit the Books Reward Night with the Lexington Legends-May 9th

Cats Camp-May 19th

KPREP Testing Begins-May 21st

Fifth Grade Promotion-June 6th at 8:30

 

Please drop car riders off in the back of school at the parent pick-up circle. Students can enter the building at 7:15.

 

 

 

Stay up to date on upcoming events, meeting times, and how you can be active in your child's education by visiting the
Yates Elementary PTA Facebook page!

 

Updated Dress Code Policy 2013-2014 School Year

The staff and students at Yates are proud to work and learn in a Bully Free environment. Kentucky Center for School Safety has presented their annual "Take the Pledge Against Bullying." As we establish an intentional culture that places value and respect on each individual by focusing on the power of relationships, there is no room for bullying in our district, in our school, or in our community.  Our goal is to have every staff member, every student, and family members take a pledge to stop bullying! Please join us in taking the pledge against bullying by clicking the link below.

KCSS

Lunch Prices for 2012-2013:
Breakfast: $1.35 (Reduced: $0.30)
Lunch: $2.25 (Reduced: $0.40)
Milk: $0.60

 

Parent/Guardian Volunteer Application

2012-2013 Dress/Appearance Code

2012-2013 Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

 

 

Attention Parents- The following informtion is related to Electronic Devices: Electronic devices are not allowed to be seen or heard at school.  If a student chooses to bring them to listen to on the bus or to use at daycare, this will be their choice, but we will not be responsible for them.  If they are seen or heard, they will be taken away for the day and given back to the student to take home at the end of the school day.

 

 

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