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York County School Division Early Release - January 3

Posted on: Wednesday, January 03, 2018

The division will be implementing early dismissals for all schools today due to the potential for hazardous road conditions later this afternoon and evening. Schools will dismiss as follows: 1:00 p.m. Dismissal: All high schools with the exception of York River Academy 1:45 p.m. Dismissal: All middle schools and YRA 2:30 p.m. Dismissal: All elementary schools Morning preschool will dismiss as scheduled, Afternoon preschool is canceled. All after-school and evening activities have also been canceled. Champions will unavailable at any schools this afternoon, January 3, due to staffing. If you child participates in the Champions program, please contact the school to let them know your child's afternoon transportation plans. Read more Read more

2017 Holiday Greetings

Posted on: Wednesday, December 13, 2017

The York County School Division wishes our staff, students, parents and community a happy holiday. Each year, we feature student artwork and musical performances in a special holiday video. This year, all elementary schools were invited to submit art featuring our theme “Merry and Bright.” Special thanks to the Yorktown Middle School Treble Choir and the elementary students for sharing their talents and holiday spirit with us. Read more Read more

Virginia Sports Hall of Fame Recognizes Student-Athletes

Posted on: Tuesday, December 05, 2017

This weekend, the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame recognized the state’s outstanding student-athletes for excellence and dedication on the field to their sports and off the field to their communities. The high school students honored at the event were selected through an open nomination process. Three of the 16 honorees from across the state represented York County high schools - Grace Hoepfner (GHS), Margaret Tulloss (THS), and Alexis Morales (THS). Grace was also named student athlete of the Year at the event! Congratulations to these outstanding student-athletes! Read more Read more

Tabb Middle School FIRST Lego League Team

Posted on: Thursday, November 30, 2017

Tabb Middle School's FIRST Lego League team advanced to the state competition in December. 11 students in grades 6, 7 and 8 worked after school and Saturdays throughout the first quarter of the school year to engineer a Lego Robot. The robot must perform challenge missions presented to them through the FIRST Lego League competition. Additionally, they identified a problem related to the human water cycle, and designed and shared a solution for harvesting rainwater. In addition to this competition aspects, team members are part of a larger robotics club at Tabb Middle and will help teach other students how to build and program Lego robots in the spring. Read more Read more

FY19 Operating Budget Community Input Sessions

Posted on: Friday, October 27, 2017

The York County School Division is in the initial stages of developing the FY19 Operating Budget and wants your input. We’ve scheduled four community sessions throughout the month of November to listen to your ideas and questions regarding the division’s 2018-19 budget. Read more Read more

Grafton High School Students Selected to VMEA Honors Choir

Posted on: Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Three Grafton High School students were recently selected to represent the school at the prestigious VMEA Honors Choir event, which held auditions this weekend. More than 700 students from across Virginia auditioned for 100 spots. This is the highest achievement that a choral singer can receive during their high school years. Congratulations to Rachel Olson (Soprano II), Brandon Chu (Bass II), and Sarah Petko (Alto II)! Read more Read more

YCSD Student Artwork Published

Posted on: Monday, October 09, 2017

As we continue to celebrate Bully Prevention Month throughout October, we want to congratulate three York County School Division students who had their art work published in the book Kindness Matters – 50 Ways to Create a Kinder World. The students who received this recognition were Nicholas Fedyk (WMES), Reaghan Murphy (WMES), and Julia Scott (GMS). #LeadYCSD Read more Read more

2018 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

Posted on: Thursday, September 14, 2017

We are pleased to share that three students have been selected as 2018 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists. The program is based upon student performance on the PSAT taken during a student’s junior year. Congratulations to Grafton High's Annie Cao and Rachel Olson as well as Tabb High's Jenny Gu. Approximately 1.6 million students, in more than 22,000 high schools around the country, entered the program by taking the 2016 PSAT. Of those, approximately 16,000 students were named semifinalists and can compete for National Merit Scholarships that together are worth more than $33 million and will be awarded next spring. Read more Read more

TMS Teacher Named Virginia Region II Teacher of the Year

Posted on: Monday, September 11, 2017

Please join us in congratulating Theresa Goltermann, Tabb Middle School, who was just named the Virginia Region II Teacher of the Year! Dr. Victor Shandor, division superintendent, and Dr. Steven Constantino, asst. superintendent for instruction for the Virginia Department of Education, division administrators, and school board member Jimmy Richardson made the surprise announcement in front of the school's entire student body today. Mrs. Golternmann now represents 16 school divisions from throughout Hampton Roads and the Eastern Shore as one of 8 finalists for Virginia Teacher of the Year! The Virginia Teacher of the Year will be selected next week at the governors reception in Richmond. We are so proud to have her presented YCSD!! Read more Read more

YCSD Earns 14 VIP Awards

Posted on: Tuesday, August 08, 2017

Governor Terry McAuliffe and the Virginia Board of Education have released the 2017 Virginia Index of Performance (VIP) awards. This year, 13 schools and the division earned a VIP award. Even more impressive is that two schools, Coventry and Mt. Vernon, have been honored each year since the program’s inception. Four elementary schools – Coventry, Mt. Vernon, Tabb and Waller Mill – earned the Board of Education’s Excellence Award. This award recognizes schools that have met all state and federal accountability benchmarks and made significant progress toward goals for increased student achievement and expanded educational opportunities set by the board. The state honored 146 schools with this award. Nine schools – Bethel Manor Elementary, Dare Elementary, Grafton Bethel Elementary, Seaford Elementary, Grafton Middle, Tabb Middle, Grafton High, Tabb High, and York High – earned the Board of Education Distinguished Achievement Award for meeting all state and federal benchmarks and made progress toward the goals of the governor and the board. 231 schools across the state received this award. YCSD was also one of only 15 school systems in the state to earn the award as a division. Read more Read more

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