As we move through this week of spring break and prepare for the school closure in the weeks ahead, we hope that you and your family are managing through this crisis. In the coming days, we will be sharing more with you about how we will continue our academic program and serve your students remotely. In the meantime, here are a few important updates…
Yellowstone will remain closed through April 10, 2020. We will be sending more details shortly about additional learning opportunities.
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.
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.
Dear Yellowstone Families, Thank you for your patience and flexibility last week as we worked through the Houston water main break. With your help, we were able to ensure that every student arrived home safely and we were prepared to reopen this morning on schedule. Here are a few important updates: Black History Program Moved […]
Due to ongoing issues with the Houston water main, Yellowstone will be closed tomorrow, February 28. We will reopen with normal operating hours on Monday, March 2.
On February 11th, we will be partnering with the Houston Food Bank again to provide free produce and other food items for Yellowstone families and members of the community. The mobile food pantry will be set up in the front parking lot from 8:00 am-10:30 am. All are welcome!
Hosted by Christ the King Prebyterian Church, this is a great volunteer opportunity for you and your family to give back to the Houston community and also be the recipients of a great box full of blessings during the holiday season.
On November 20th, we will be partnering with the Houston Food Bank to provide free produce and other food items for Yellowstone families and members of the community. The food mobile will be set up in the front parking lot from 8:00 am-10:30 am. All are welcome!
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