High School – Getting Started
Greetings High School Families!
We’re eager to welcome returning students and new-to-P.K. students for the coming school year!
Over the summer this page is updated and information is shared with families here and via email. Check back regularly for information to help you get ready for the coming school year! Should any changes be required for the new school year, details will be shared prior to the start of school.
High School Contacts
Mickey MacDonald | Learning Community Leader 9th Grade | email@example.com
Kathryn Janicke | Learning Community Leader | 10th & 11th Grades | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sara Theiss | School Counselor | email@example.com
High school students come to school on the first day with paper and pens. School supply lists are provided in class syllabi on the first day of school.
Student Schedules 2020-21 | High School 2020-21
High school students at P.K. Yonge are able to personalize their schedules to allow them to maintain four academic core classes across the fall and spring semesters while continuing to explore a variety of elective course options.
School Counseling | Available by Appointment
Counselors do not work all summer, but counseling appointments are available to families new to P.K. Yonge via Zoom during the following times: June 2-5 | August 3-7. To learn more about navigating High School, please visit the School Counseling on the web. Any change to class schedules for current P.K. Yonge students will be addressed during the first week of the 2020-21 school year.
Orientation for 9th Grade | 2020-21 Date TBD
ALL 9th graders and their families are invited to a presentation to learn what’s new about 9th grade, get to know each other, and meet teachers on the 9th grade team.
First Day Procedures
High school students go to the cafeteria on the first day of school to find their first period classes listed on the cafeteria windows (in alphabetical order by last name). Students then proceed to their first period classes and receive their full schedules from their first period teachers.
Should any changes be required for the new school year, details will be shared prior to the start of school.