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May 30 - Last Day of School for Students


Starting 5/28, students should not bring backpacks to school. They should only bring their laptops and chargers for their device turn in day. Any back packs brought to school next week will be held in the front office.



Tech collection for all grade levels will take place THIS WEEK! On their designated day, students will turn in their computers and chargers during their math classes.

During this time students should also turn in their ID badges and TAKE NEW ID PICTURES. This will be the only opportunity current 6th-11th grade student will have to take new ID pictures for the 24-25 school year.

  • 7th-9th Grade: Tuesday May 28
  • 6th, 10-11th Grade: Wednesday May 29
  • 12th Grade: Seniors will turn in their laptops to their college counselors



Our Transportation team is getting ready for next year and is asking our families to fill out the 2024-2025 Transportation Registration Form, which will be available through Skyward Family Access.The 2024-2025 Transportation Registration Form will open on Monday, April 15,and close on Friday, June 14. If your physical address in Skyward is not up to date, please contact your school’s registrar to update it as soon as possible so that the Transportation Enrollment Form can be completed.  

  • Returning students who do not submit their form by the deadline: You will have to wait until Aug. 30 to submit your transportation request, with a turnaround time of 2-4 weeks.  
  • New YES Prep families: You will follow a separate process supported by the Enrollment and Transportation team (currently ongoing through SchoolMint).  

If you need additional support, you can find instructions on how to complete the Transportation Registration Form by clicking here



Strong attendance is the key to unlocking your child's full potential! When they're at school, they're building friendships, mastering new skills and getting ready for a bright future. Let's continue to work together to make every single school day count!  

Here's how you can help: 

  • Set a consistent sleep schedule for a well-rested start. 
  • Plan healthy breakfasts that fuel learning. 
  • Talk to your child about the importance of attendance. 
  • Communicate with the school promptly if your child will be absent. 

Together, we can make sure your child thrives at YES Prep! Get more tips and resources by visiting yesprep.org/attendance. 


Dear Parents,

As the school year has concluded, we wanted to inform you we have assigned summer homework for all students rising into their final and Senior year. Classes during 12th grade are taught at a college-level, so it is important that students prepare for this rigor by completing their assignments.

We kindly ask for your support in ensuring your child completes their work and reading without distractions, particularly their phone, so they can focus and practice essential skills for their senior year and college readiness. These are assignments that they can start today.

All homework assignments can be found on the Class of 2025 - Seniors page on Schoology.

Thank you for your cooperation and support.


Alejandro Becerra (he • him)
AP Calculus & AP Physics Teacher
Grade Level Chair for 12th Grade



When school cafeterias close for summer, Texas families can still access no-cost meals!

Children 18 and younger and enrolled students with disabilities up to age 21 in low-income areas can eat healthy meals funded through the U.S. Department of Agriculture Summer Meal Programs. The Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) partners with food assistance organizations, schools, and other nonprofits to make these meals available at sites across Texas. TDA provides free promotional materials which can be ordered below. Promotional materials include bookmarks, parent info cards, door hangers, indoor and outdoor signage as well as downloadable digital resources.

Sites serving summer meals start opening around June 1. To find the nearest site, families have the following three options:

Dial 211 to speak to a live operator
Visit www.SummerFood.org for an interactive site locator map
Text FOOD to 304-304

*Please note the texting service will be available starting late May/early June.

In addition to finding a site, it is important for families to use these tools frequently to confirm dates and times and get more information about how meals will be served. Families are encouraged to call, text, or go online, and connect with meal sites from June 1-August 30 to access healthy meals for young Texans.
Please feel free to share this email and thanks for helping to increase access to this free federal nutrition program over the summer. 




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