The Y-S District is working with the Arkansas Department of Education to implement a framework developed by Marzano Research called High Reliability Schools. As part of this process we are collecting feedback from parents/guardians, students and staff through an online survey administered by the Hanover Research firm. Survey responses will be anonymous and data will only be reported as a group. Please respond by February 14.
Thank you for your time and participation!
Mr. Wes Henderson
The survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete. To begin, please click the following link:
When families and schools partner to complete Free and Reduced-Price Meal Applications, both benefit from the following:
Free and reduced-price meals for students;
Access to ACT testing at no cost to the family;
Access to discounted rates for internet services and other supports;
Specific educational program funding, such as eRate and Title 1; and
Potential state Categorical Funding.
Qualifying students may also have access to endorsed concurrent credit courses at no cost to the family, per requirements of Act 1118 of 2017.
Please turn all Free/Reduced Lunch forms in before October 1Free & Reduced Information.pdfst so that our school can be eligible for the extra funding received for having 70% Free/Reduced. If you have ANY questions about eligibility please contact Cindy Weaver at 870-508-1151 to receive more information.
We, the Yellville-Summit School community, are committed to making learning a lifelong process in which students take personal responsibility for achievement. Through a diverse curriculum, we are committed to providing the opportunity for each student to achieve personal success and become productive citizens in a democratic society.