• Family Notes

Friday, October 1st: No School

Monday, October 4th: Fall Into Reading

Tuesday, October 5th: National Do Something Nice Day

Wednesday, October 6th:  National Mad Hater Day

Monday, October 11th: Indigenous People Day

Friday, October 15th: No School

Monday, October 18th: Fall Holiday, No School

Wednesday, October 20th: Pink Out Day

October 25th-October 29th: Red Ribbon Week

October 29th: Costume Parade, Trunk or Treat

Hispanic Heritage Month

We invite you to have your student(s) participate in Hispanic Heritage Month's dress days between now and October 14th. Our students are learning about and participating in activities related to the history of Hispanic Heritage Month, Hispanic figures, and the cultures and traditions throughout the month.

Friday, October 1st: Latin American Flag Colors- Wear the colors that represent your Latin American Heritage

Friday, October 8th: Famous Hispanic Figure- Dress like a famous Hispanic character, actor, singer, etc.

Thursday, October 14th: Cultural Attire- Wear your best cultural attire that represent your culture

Houston Children Charities

As we prepare for the upcoming Holiday Season we would like to offer a resource for families in need. Houston children Charities has a toy distribution program that helps families in need in the Houston area. The program is first come first serve and will close once full. Please contact Student Support Counselor Brittney Dotson at (713) 842-5581. Applications will have to be filled out on this campus and will be faxed to the children charities Staff. Contact me as SOON AS POSSIBLE for the best chance of receiving support!


No Visitors Policy

To protect the health and safety of our students and staff, we will not allow any visitors on campus unless you have a scheduled meeting or appointment. This means parents will not be allowed to eat lunch or attend birthday celebrations with their student. We will update you if and when there are changes to this policy.


Mask Requirement Policy

Given the continuous monitoring of COVID-19, and to prioritize the health and safety of all staff and students, it is now our expectation that all staff members AND all students wear masks. Any parent coming into the office, whether it is to sign in or sign out your student will also require a mask. If your child cannot wear a mask, or cannot safely wear a mask due to a disability as defined by the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) (42 U.S.C. 12101 et seq.), please reach out to Andrea Citchen, Principal via email at andrea.citchen@yesprep.org.


Early Pick-up Policy

Daily instruction ends at 3:10PM daily. To avoid end of day interruptions, students will not be released after 2:30PM. Visitors will not be allowed in the building after 2:30PM unless a previous appointment has been made. Valid state I.D. is required to pick-up students from the main office. Individuals picking up students must also be listed as an authorized pick-up person.


Late Pick-up Policy

If you are unable to pick up your student by 3:45PM, you will have to park and pick up your student from the front office. ID will be required for any adult entering the building to pick up a student, car tag is not accepted as a form of identification. If you are unable to pick up your student on time please enroll your student in the afterschool program. Our afterschool program is Club Zenith and they can be contacted via text message at 281.210.6598 to provide enrollment information.


Student Drop-Off Policy

At 7:25AM daily, an adult (18+) is required to park and walk the student into the main office. Beginning at 7:30AM an adult (18+) must also park, walk and sign the student into the building. Please do not park in the fire lane even if it is for a brief moment. General rule, if you no longer see staff receiving students via curbside, an adult (18+) must park and walk their student into the building.


Emergency Drills

Next week we will be practicing our emergency drills. We will have a lockdown drill on Tuesday and a fire drill on Thursday.


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