Final Day of School: Half Day
Independence Day - School Buildings & Central Office Closed
Board of Education Meetings
Following the adoption of the City of Yonkers budget by the City Council last week, the Yonkers Board of Education adopted the proposed $615.6 million 2018-19 school year budget at its June 19, 2018 Stated Meeting, avoiding layoffs.
The Yonkers Public Schools family was EVERYWHERE during the annual Yonkers Hispanic Day Parade and Festival this weekend – marching, dancing, singing, and riding the new Lime Bikes. #YonkersProud
Comments are welcome on the 2018 Contract for Excellence during a Public Hearing on Tuesday, June 19, 2018 beginning at 6:30PM at Saunders High School. Please follow the link to reserve your time.
It was a packed house x 2 as more than 900 students were celebrated for academic success in back-to-back ceremonies.
From make-up to making it up, Lincoln High School students were immersed in American theater tradition during the Apollo Theater Academy In-School Career Seminar.
Observing a cherished tradition, Yonkers middle and high school students recited Lincoln's Gettysburg Address during the Mayor's Annual Memorial Day Oratorical Contest.
Ian Sherman was not the first in his family to teach in the Yonkers Public Schools, but he is blazing a trail as an innovator and leader that is leaving a lasting legacy.
The legendary football coach will be ushered into the school's Wall of Fame Wednesday, May 30, 2018.
The club of 20 juniors from Nicole Botman’s English class formed an instant connection to our vets that developed into a priceless intergenerational family dynamic.