On December 19, Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes and Yates County Youth Bureau will be covering topics of internet safety, exploitation, resources, and continued community engagement.
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We recently have been made aware of several students within Yates County that have been victimized by an online predator. This person(s) has created numerous social media accounts, friended students and proceeded to obtain very personal and private images and information about these students. The predator is now using this information to “blackmail” the students to provide additional pictures and information with the threat of sharing what has already been provided on social media sites and other public entities. The State Police are involved and investigating all leads.
Information and details on our elementary's Stem Program.
The Weekly Stampede is a weekly bulletin that includes pictures of events and achievements from the current week and a calendar of events for the upcoming week. We at the Penn Yan Central School District want students, staff and everyone in the community to be up to date on events surrounding our youth!
The District has been approved for participation in the Community Eligibility Program (CEP), which is a federal program available to school districts that have a high percentage of low income households. As long as the Penn Yan CSD qualifies to participate in the program, all breakfasts, lunches and after school snacks will be free of charge to all students. While additional a la carte items, second meals, and adult meals will still be available for purchase, charging of these additional items is expressly prohibited under the guidelines of the Program.
Information about the various awards Penn Yan Central School District has won this year!
Both the annual budget and the school transportation proposition passed by a large majority on Tuesday, May 15, 2018. The budget passed with 583 yes votes to 102 no votes and transportation passed with 581 yes votes to 107 no votes. Here are the results of the Penn Yan Board of Education election. Emily Dinehart - 491 votes Alicen Yonts - 486 votes Renee Bloom - 454 votes Leslie Elliott - 427 votes Aimee Perry - 427 votes Aimee Perry withdrew from the race. Leslie Elliott has now secured the fourth seat on the board. We wish to thank the community for coming out to vote and supporting our school district.
In light of recent events, the Penn Yan Central School District would like to reaffirm our commitment to the safety of all students and staff. School safety has been, and continues to be, our number one priority. I would like to outline for you our current work and future work focused around safety.