Yonkers Public Schools Highlights

  •  City of Yonkers Issues Halloween Curfew & Saftey Guidelines

    City of Yonkers Issues Halloween Curfew & Saftey Guidelines

    To provide for a safe and enjoyable holiday, Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano today announced that the Yonkers Police Department will issue a citywide curfew for children 16 years of age and younger on Halloween night – Tuesday, October 31. 

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  • School 9 Students Take the Pledge

    School 9 Students Take the Pledge

    Mayor Mike Spano visited School 9 to encourage students to take Pledge 182, a campaign that promotes the importance of attending school every day and on time.

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  •  Yonkers Safe Stop

    Yonkers Safe Stop

    Together with Mayor Mike Spano and the City of Yonkers, Yonkers Public Schools announced the implementation of a new school bus safety program, called Yonkers Safe Stop. Cameras have been installed on District school buses to effectively capture stop-arm events and reduce the number of violations and injuries caused by motorists who disregard the school bus stop-arm.

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The Class of 2017 shattered every record, earning an astounding $97.6 million in scholarships, incentives, and financial aid. The young men and women of the Yonkers Public Schools Class of 2017 have proved themselves to be the young adults that colleges and universities want in the Class of 2021.


Today a vibrant learning community of 27,000 students from 100 cultures, backgrounds and nationalities in grades prekindergarten through 12 is challenged by a rigorous core curriculum and innovative programs in 39 schools throughout the City of Yonkers.