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         Order Your Conference T-Shirt Today!

Order are now being taken for Conference T-Shirts.  Orders are due to Mr. Crawford (at YHS)  by Wednesday,  April 30.  Checks should be made out to York Public Schools

Both long sleeve and short sleeve and a variety of colors are available.

To order you may download the order form here

  -- or pick up an order from in the high school office.

                                  GO DUKES!

 

 

"The Little Mermaid"
was this year's YMS Musical.
They performed their show

March 20-21, 2014. 
Very talented students! 

 


YPS State Fair Contestants Recognized at the State Capitol

Four YHS and one YMS students were recognized at the State Capital in Lincoln in March for earning first place awards in display competitions during the 2013 State Fair.    

During their day at the Capitol they attended a press conference with the Committee for the 150th Celebration for NE Statehood coming up in 2017.  The students meet with the Speaker of the House, Greg Adams, and watched the legislature in session and were introduced to the legislature.  They also took a specially guided tour of the Capital Building.  Finally, they had a meeting with Governor Heineman.

  

Honorees were as follows:

  •  Nicole Mittman, 8th grade, overall art award, Middle school sweepstakes winner
  •  Lauren Clark, 11th grade, overall essay award
  •  John Fletcher, 12th grade, 1st place Improv Team accepting award for YHS being a sweepstakes winner as a school
  •  Will Tietmeyer, 12th grade
  • Kalon Beeson, 11th grade

 


                                                              

The Nebraska State Science Olympiad was held on Saturday, March 29, 2014 at UNL’s East Campus.  York Middle School competed in the B Division which is open to 6th, 7th and 8th graders across the state of Nebraska.  

 

YMS entered into the following events:

 

CRIME BUSTERS - Erika Hinz & Kinsley Flynt participated in this category where they were given a scenario, a collection of evidence and possible suspects and students had to perform a series of tests to solve the crime.  

 

HELICOPTERS:  Luke Stuckey & Mason Linder  had to design, construct and test free flight rubber-powered helicopters to achieve maximum time aloft.  

 

ROAD SCHOLAR:  Simon Otte & Nick Weskamp earned 5th place by answering interpretive questions that use one or more state highway maps, USGS topographic maps, a road atlas or satellite/ aerial images.  

 

ROTOR EGG DROP:  Lauren Riley & Nicole Mittman earned 3rd place as they constructed an unpowered, autorotation helicopter device, which uses one or more helicopter rotors to safely transport a raw chicken egg from a specified height to the floor.  

 

SOUNDS OF MUSIC:  Holly Rockenbach & Ann Magner won 1st place as they built two instruments based on a 12 tone tempered scale, prepare to describe principles behind their operation and be able to perform a major scale, required and chosen melody with each.  

 

WRITE IT/DO IT:  Ally Warneke & Nicole Mittman  won 1st place as one student wrote a description of an object and how to build it and then the other student attempted to construct the object from this description.  

 

QUIZ BOWL:  Simon Otte earned 3rd place as each school could have one student to answer questions.

    

 

Sponsoring Organizations were University of Nebraska - Lincoln:  College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Center for Science, Mathematics, and Computer Education, Nebraska Association of Teachers of Science, Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium, ESU #10 & #16.  

 

All in all, 26 different events were offered.  York Middle School entered into 7 different events and brought home five medals with two 1st places, two 3rd places, and one 5th place. 

 

YMS Science Olympiad Sponsor, Pam Petersen, had this to say about York Middle School’s team participating in this event for the first time, “I was amazed that we did so well.  I told the kids that I would be ecstatic if we placed in one event!  Holly & Ann's instruments were amazing and were a group effort with the help of our shop teacher Jason Hirschfeld and other experts in the musical field.  There were over 700 students from across the state there to compete.  Some schools have actual classes to prepare students for this competition.  The top team overall gets to compete at Nationals - this year in Orlando Florida.  Our students are very talented in many ways and are part of plays, sports, and weight lifting; which limits their time to spend on Science Olympiad.”

 


 

The Hub Foster Press Box Initiative is in full force. 
Please click the picture below for a detailed brochure.
Thank you to all who are supporting this cause!!!

 



 

The YPS Transportation Office is accepting registration forms for the 2014-2015 school year.

Annual registration is required - this year's deadline is July 14, 2014.

 
Click here for Registration Forms

 

At YPS, we are working hard every day to end bullying! Check out this awesome video that some YMS students made in Mr. Maltsberger's class. So proud of our staff and students who are showing kindness to others! 

CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

 


 

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