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Yonkers Public Schools News 2017-2018

  • Pathways to Success Career Fair

    Yonkers Pathways to Success has joined with local businesses recruiting candidates for seasonal and full-time employment at a Career Fair Thursday, October 12, 2017 from 9:30AM to 12:30Pm at the VIVE School 375 Riverdale Ave., Yonkers.

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  • Board of Education October Meetings

    The Trustees busy October schedule includes meetings of the Facilities Committee, Audit, Budget & Finance Committee, Instructional Affairs Committee, Policy Committee, and the monthly Stated Meeting.

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  • Yonkers MBK : The Movement Continues

    National luminaries, local leaders, the Yonkers community, and of course our magnificent students turned out in force to celebrate a year of remarkable accomplishment.

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  • Mobilizing for Disaster Relief

    All Yonkers public schools are serving as donation drop-off sites for disaster relief donations to help victims of Hurricane Maria and the earthquake in Mexico.

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  • Yonkers MBK Celebrates Year One

    Since the City of Yonkers accepted the My Brother’s Keeper Community Challenge in September 2016, the compelling call to action powered a year of remarkable achievement. A celebration is planned for Tuesday, September 26, 2017.

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  • College Board Testing Day October 11

    To ensure that our students’ post-secondary aspirations become a reality, the District has officially designated Wednesday, October 11th as the annual College Board Testing Day.

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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.