Our school counselors have found some resources that may help you if your family’s financial situation is unstable.
Yellowstone Schools in the News
As you know, last night the “Stay at Home, Work Safe” went into effect for Harris County. This does NOT change our food delivery schedule or the ability for you to pick up food at the campus today both from our cafeteria and the Houston Food Bank.
Today marks our first official day back in action after spring break. We served dozens of families through the Houston Food Bank trailer drive-through on campus and served over 200 meals to our families at our cafeteria gate or at our bus stops. The trailer will be on campus again Tuesday and Wednesday this week, starting at 10:00 a.m. We will also have our grab-and-go station at the cafeteria and will be delivering meals tomorrow through our bus routes. We have updated the bus route information. Please take advantage of these services as we continue to refine the best way to serve our community.
We hope that your week has continued to go smoothly. As we prepare to enter our first week after spring break, there are a number of important updates to share and you can expect more messages in the days ahead. Thank you for your patience, flexibility, and participation as all of this ramps up.
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 Academy and Yellowstone College Prep will remain closed through April 10, 2020.
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.