Alvin C. York Institute
Thursday, August 17     2:07:35 PM

Welcome to York Institute, Home of the Dragons!

Mission Statement: To serve as a model rural school of excellence where all stakeholders prepare and excel.

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Hiking Club!
Hiking club will be going on a hike to Pickett State Park on Tuesday, October 24 at 3:15. Hiking club members must pick up permission forms from Mrs. Karen Flowers or Ms. Angel Beaty and have them returned no later than Monday, October 23. If you do not have the permission forms returned by October 23, you can not go on the hike.

Dragons Win!
The Dragons had a big win this past Friday over Sequatchie County with a score of 20-14. They will head down to Livingston this Friday to take on Hogeye in a non-region matchup. The theme for this week will be Flannel/Farmer Friday as we are on the hunt for some hog meat. Pep bus will be leaving at 5:00.

Cross Country!
The York Cross Country teams ran in the Clinton County Invitational on Tuesday.

York girls won defeating Russell Springs, Cumberland and Clinton County KY
Lori Cook won 1st place
Izzy Walker took 3rd place

York boys won defeating Cumberland, Russell Springs and Clinton KY
Leighton Drake - 2nd place
Ty Reagan - 4th place
Caleb Harris - 5th place

Book Club and More Books!
The Book Club will meet this afternoon from 3:05 until 3:45. Please bring your books to finish discussing and turn in. You will also be receiving your new book. Make plans to attend! Stop by the library to check out some of the latest additions. We've added the House of Night series, The Devil's Knot, 13 Reasons Why, and several more.

P T Conferences!
Parent Teacher conferences 3pm-6pm on Wednesday.

The Theatre Arts and Music Departments are excited to announce that they are coming together to create a musical that will be presented in the Spring of 2018! This year's musical is entitled, "Captain Bree and Her Lady Pirates". There is no experience necessary. Auditions for the Lady Pirates of Captain Bree will be Thursday only. Please make plans to attend. All rehearsals will be after school and there are no classes required to participate in this opportunity. We hope to see you there!!

Yearbook sales will resume on campus this Thursday. The current price is still $40. Find the Staff in the front lobby to make your payment. Online sales are still running at

Senior Scholarship!
The first local scholarship for seniors is available. Applications for the $2,000 Rex Hitchcock Memorial Scholarship from the Bank of Fentress County are outside the guidance office. Applications are due between now and March 1, 2018.

Need Help in Math?
Math tutoring is available in the library 7 am each morning. Students should only be in the library for tutoring during this time.

Every day is a great day to be a Dragon!

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York Institue Advisory Committee
YAI Students recently visited the TCAT campus in Crossville for a tour and presentations on programs available. TCAT, like the community colleges in Tennessee, will accept the TN Promise scholarship funds.

York Institute's Entrepreneurship Class traveled to Cookeville on Thursday, September 21 to tour the Biz Foundry. The Programs Manager, Mike Ames showed the students around and talked about all the resources they provide to budding entrepreneurs. The highlight was the Virtual Reality experience!

 Parent Teacher Conferences 3pm-6pm
 Thanksgiving Break
 Christmas Break
 Martin Luther King Day, No School
 Presidents Day, No School
 Spring Break
 Tentative graduation
 Last Full Day of School
 Admin Day
 Last Day of School

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