YSD1 has partnered with Affinity Health Center! Students and staff are invited to use this new School Based Center located at York Middle School, 1010 Devinney Rd (former Technology Center entrance). Open on Mondays, 9:00AM-4:00PM for students and staff.
To learn more check out their website or to make an appointment, call Local: (803) 909-6363, Toll Free: (877) 647-6363 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets for Cougar Athletics events are available for purchase online in advance of the sporting event. Head over to York Comprehensive High School Events and Tickets by GoFan to purchase your tickets to cheer on the Cougars!
In an effort to routinely communicate with all stakeholders, York School District One publishes a quarterly newsletter for staff and the community. Each version of this newsletter will be posted on our district website. Please feel free to share with members of our community for all the latest YSD1 news! Review all editions of The Connector visit www.york.k12.sc.us/Newsletter
The Instructional Technology invites you to the next issue of Designers of Learning Magazine! This quarterly magazine features EdTech news, instructional practices, professional development ideas, and much more! Volume 2, Edition 2 includes information related to Canvas, Canva, BIG 6 and its connection to SCL practices, Streamable (virtual field trip tool), differentiated playlist, and spotlights of teachers and schools.
In the second episode of YSD1's Community Podcast, 𝗟𝗲𝘁'𝘀 𝗚𝗲𝘁 𝗖𝗼𝗻𝗻𝗲𝗰𝘁𝗲𝗱 you’ll hear from Amy Hagner Assistant Superintendent for Finance and Operations and from #YSD1LegacyBuilders Crystal Sandifer Principal of Harold C Johnson Elementary School and Mattie Hughes Principal of Jefferson Elementary School who are also featured during our November and December School Board Meetings. Finally, learn more about the Affinity Health Center Clinic at York Middle School and the VIP Courtesy Pass Program!
On Saturday, October 7th, 2023 twenty-six Floyd D Johnson Technology Center HOSA members attended NAMI Walks at Cherry Park in Rock Hill. Students were asked to lead the walk and to cheer on the competitors as they came across the finish line. Students definitely brought the energy and were featured in the national NAMIWalks Newsday.