EOI Testing Schedule
tests mandated by the State Department of Education.  

 * Students must be in the testing rooms for the entire time allotted for the test.  
 * Please PLAN AHEAD - check dates/times against medical/dental & other appointments and reschedule appointments as there are a limited options for making up tests and students cannot be called out of a test to check out for an appointment.  
 * Lunch times may have to be adjusted to align with testing times.

 * If needing Library services during EOI and Career Tech testing, you will need to come mornings before testing setup, or after testing cleanup when the glass door is propped open.  
 *To return your books during testing sessions, please use the Book Return box which will be in the hallway outside our wooden door just south of the main glass doors.

Biology
April 25th 8:35-11:30
G Payne 1st, 2nd, 3rd
Williams 2nd, 3rd

April 25th 11:35-2:35
Kristy Meyer 5th,6th, 7th
C Scott 5th & 6th

April 28th 8:35-11:30
Mowery 1st, 2nd
C Scott 2nd, 3rd
Kristy Meyer 2nd, 3rd

April 28th 11:35-2:35
Williams 1st, 5th, 6th
G Payne 5th, 6th
C Scott 1st

Algebra 2
April 29th 8:35-11:35
Rippetoe 2nd, 3rd
Webb 2nd, 3rd, 4th
Boyd 3rd

April 29th 11:45-2:35
Pounds 4th


April 30th 8:35-11:35
Hoke 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
Rippetoe 4th
Pounds 2nd, 3rd

April 30th 11:45-2:35
Webb 6th
Hoke 6th
Rippetoe 6th
Boyd 6th
Webb 7th

Algebra 1
May 1st 8:35-10:35 & 12:40-2:35
Crumpler 2nd, 3rd
Ediger 1st, 4th
Lyons 2nd, 3rd
Aylworth 2nd, 7th
Mueller 2nd, 3rd

May 2nd 8:35-10:35 & 12:40-2:35
Crumpler 1st, 4th, 6th
Aylworth 3rd, 6th
Lyons 4th, 6th
Ediger 2nd
Mueller 6th

English 2
May 5th 8:35-10:35 & 12:35-2:35
R Patrick 3rd, 5th
Morris 1st & 4th
Green 5th
Laird 1st, 3rd
Brown 3rd, 5th, 6th, & 7th

May 6th 8:35-10:35 & 12:35-2:35
R Patricks 1st, 4th & 6th
Laird 4th & 5th, & 6th
Morris 6th
Green 3rd, 4th & 7th
Brown 4th


SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS!

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Seniors...April and May Senior 2014 Activity Calendars have been posted on the Senior Activities page  as well as the Graduation Contract.  

Now is the time to purchase The Miller Yearbook for $75.  Bring cash or checks payable to YHS Journalism and bring to S105.  

Students need to carry their YHS ID cards with them at all times and must show IDs in the Cafeteria when making purchases.  If you don't have a school ID, please see Mrs. Choate in the Counselor's Office.  Replacement IDs are $5. 

Only Academic Tutors are allowed to visit the Elementary and/or Middle School during school hours.

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2nd Semester Exemption Policy

**Please note Seniors have a separate policy.**


9th-­11th grade Students

Students may exempt a semester test if they have...

● An “A” in the course and no more than three absences in that course.

● A “B” in the course and no more than two absences in that course.


12th grade Students

Students may exempt a semester test if they have...

● A “C” or better grade average in the course.

● No more than three absences in the course (for the semester 1/6/14-5/13/14)

● Three (3) tardies equal one (1) absence.

● No ISI or OSS for any class.

● No outstanding financial obligations, including textbooks, to Yukon Public Schools.


Additional Exemptions (2nd semester: 9th-12th grade Students)

  • A student can earn an exemption for the ACE course by achieving a raw score of 75% or higher on the ACE exam for that specific course.

  • An AP student can be exempt from their AP course semester test, if the student takes the AP exam for that course.



All high school students are required to take comprehensive semester tests each semester of the school year unless exempt.  Semester tests will count 20% of the semester grade.

● If a student has been assigned OSS, they will not be exempt from any semester tests, with the exception of those earned by passing their ACE exams.

● If a student has been assigned ISI, the absences count as absences for the class.

● No student will be allowed to take a test prior to the scheduled time and day.  In extenuating circumstances, make­up tests may be taken after the time and day of the scheduled test.

● When calculating absences, three (3) tardies shall equal one absence.

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Counselor's Office Announcements...

Need a transcript?  Click here to print a form, fill it out and then fax, mail or drop it by the High School during school hours.  

Seniors...The Valedictorian list and 4.0 list have been posted outside the Counseling Office and in the Senior English hallway.  Jostens will deliver the appropriate color gown for all of you.  You do NOT need to do anything.  Congratulations! 


Enrollment slide shows, Course Description Guide for 2014-15 and other enrollment information can be found on the Enrollment for Next Year page

YHS Alumni Scholarship Applications, Shelter Insurance Scholarship Applications, JaniKing Scholarship and many others are now available in the Counselor's office.


If you need to take the 8th grade reading proficiency test, click here to register for your spot at the May 22nd test at 4pm in room S103.  

Juniors...if neither of you parents nor grandparents attended college, you are eligible for the Oklahoma City Community Foundation New Opportunities Scholarship.  More info available in the Counseling Office.

​If you are looking for an educational summer camp, we have a few options listed on our Summer Camps page.  Check back often as we will add more as we get closer to Spring.   

If you missed the College 101 Presentation during Parent/Teacher Conferences, don't worry, you can view it by clicking on the links below.  Tons of useful information for parents and students about applying for college and financial aid.  Check it out!

Part 1 - College 101
Part 2 - College 101

Attendance Office Announcements...

Parents, if your student is sick or needs to check out...please call the Attendance Office at 354-6692, select option 1.

Students MUST sign out in the attendance office when they have been given parental permission to check out from class.  If they do not sign out in attendance, the student may be considered truant for the class periods missed.


Stay Connected to YHS and Yukon Public School announcements 


We use the School Connect app to keep you involved in what is going on at our school.  Download the School Connect app today!  School Connect is available for Apple, Android, and any other device with the ability to access the internet.  Be sure to turn on push messages for our school!  Check out the School Connect website (www.schoolconnectservices.com) for more information.  

Parent Portal is also a good way to stay informed.  If you haven't already picked up your login and password from the YHS Main Office, you may do so during school hours.  Be sure to bring your photo ID for verification.

Follow Yukon High School on Twitter at https://twitter.com/YukonHighSchool  or get the YHS twitter feed by text; just type "follow yukonhighschool" to 40404 
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Use facebook?...find Yukon Public Schools on facebook for additional announcements.


Melissa Barlow, Principal

 1777 S. Yukon Parkway
Yukon, Oklahoma 73099
Phone: (405) 354-6692
Fax:  (405) 354-8411
email melissa.barlow@yukonps.com


Counselor's Office:  (405) 354-8580
Fax: (405) 354-6640


Yukon High School will empower the students of today, 
so they will inspire the world of tomorrow.

Upcoming Events

4/24
Boys & Girls Tennis
Heritage Hall
Carl Albert Triad
3:30

4/24
Boys Golf- MWC John Conrad
Girls Golf - Metro

4/24
JV Red Baseball vs Bethany
@ Home 4:30

4/24
Yukon Track
vs Edmond North @ HOME

4/24
Varsity only Girls & Boys Soccer
vs Muskogee @ Muskogee
Girls 5pm
Boys 7pm

4/24
Mandatory Parent Meeting
for all students interested in 
Swimming Team for 2014-15
7pm
YHS Auxiliary Gym

4/25 & 4/28
Biology EOI

4/25
Applications for Seniors
to perform at Senior Breakfast
are due to Mr. Alan Cook 

4/25
Last day to charge a meal 
in the cafeteria.  Please check
list in cafeteria and get 
outstanding balances paid

4/25
Church Lunch for 11th & 12th grades
able to leave campus for lunch
Church of Christ South Yukon
$2
both lunches
Bar-B-Q sandwich, salads, beans,
dessert and drink

4/25
Campus Life meets 
during both lunches
Pizza served; bring your own drink
1st lunch N115
2nd lunch N201

4/25-4/26
4/25 Boys Tennis @ Ardmore
4/26 Girls Tennis @ Ardmore

4/25
Varsity Baseball vs Dale
@ Home 4:30
JV White vs. Dale
@ Home 6:30

4/26
Project Graduation Potato Bar 
Masonic Lodge, 1201 E Main
$5 at the door
11am-2pm

Project Graduation E-recycle Event
Discovery Church Parking Lot, 900 E Main
bring your old electronics to be recycled
small fee for TVS & CRT computer monitors)
10am-2pm

4/27
Red Dirt Summer Baseball League tryouts
2pm-4pm
YHS Baseball Field & Indoor Facility
Tryouts open to 6th - 11th graders
Bring your own gear
Questions see Coach James 

4/29 & 4/30
Algebra 2 EOI

5/1 & 5/2
Algebra 1 EOI

5/1
All Library books must be returned

5/3
Project Graduation 
"Training for a Cause"
8:15am at Fitness Together
Come work out for a great cause
$10

5/3
Prom
8pm-midnight
First National Building, OKC

5/5 & 5/6
English 2 EOI

5/8 & 5/9
Summer Reading Program
sign-ups for Mabel Fry Library
during both lunches
also get a library card so you 
can access e-books 

5/9
Yearbook distribution
Main Gym 2nd floor
after pick up go to Main Gym
to sign yearbooks
Seniors to gym 12:35
Juniors to gym 1:00
Sophomores to gym 1:35
Freshmen to gym 2:00
Signing until 2:35

5/15
All textbooks must be returned
to the Library

Looking for info on
what your student 
should be learning
using 
Common Core
curriculum?

Click here for Math

Click here for English/Language Arts


Congratulations!!!
Mr. Brian Payne - Yukon High School Teacher of the Year 2013-14

Ms. Karen Evans - Oklahoma Science Teachers Association Secondary Science Teacher of the Year

Ms. Misty Williams- Yukon Foundation of Excellence Grant Winner
Ms. Tracy McKeown -  Yukon Foundation of Excellence Grant Winner 
Ms. Christina Ward -  Yukon Foundation of Excellence Grant Winner 
Ms. Linda Bowling -  Yukon Foundation of Excellence Grant Winner 
Mr. Tony Mashaw -  Yukon Foundation of Excellence Grant Winner 


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-8255

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Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide - http://www.sptsusa.org/