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Pre-Arranged Absences: Medical, Court, College Visits, etc. Bring a note from your parent/guardian. Include: student name, ID number, year in school, date/time of absence, reason for absence and signature of parent/guardian.

Bring the note to the campus supervisor at door 1. You will be issued a pass to leave the building.

Please see your student agenda for York's official attendance policy.

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DeLuga, Erin
Principal edeluga@elmhurst205.org
Doherty, Ryan
Assistant Principal, rdoherty@elmhurst205.org
McGuire, Drew
Assistant Principal dmcguire@elmhurst205.org
Moore, Melissa
Assistant Principal, mmoore@elmhurst205.org
Wagner, Rob
Assistant Principal for Athletics rwagner@elmhurst205.org
Corry, Kelly
Administrative Assistant to the Principal
Hughes, Suzanne
Secretary to the Assistant Principals shughes@elmhurst205.org
Johnson, Rochanna
Financial Secretary/Substitute Coordinator
Loza Navarro, Erendira
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YHS News

3/20/19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From Grammy, Emmy and Academy Award-winning Steve Martin and Grammy Award-winning Edie Brickell, this sweeping tale of love and redemption set against the rich backdrop of the American South in the 1920's and '40s unfolds as a rich tapestry of deep emotion, beautiful melodies and powerfully moving performances. YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS THIS AMAZING SHOW!

Exact dates and showtimes are as follows:
Thursday, April 11 at 7:30pm
Friday, April 12 at 7:30pm

Saturday, April 13th at 7:30pm
Sunday, April 14th at 2pm

Tickets will go on sale to the public on April 1st and cost just $10 plus a $1 processing fee (same price Senior/Adult/Student/Child). *Recommended for children ages 10 and older.  

Tickets tend to sell very quickly so be sure to visit www.ticketpeak.com/yorkdrama on April 1st at 6am to purchase your tickets. Don't hesitate to email us with your questions at yorkdramatickets@gmail.com. We are so excited to see you at the show!

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3/19/19

Calling all teens seeking job and volunteer opportunities!

What: Elmhurst Commission on Youth Teen Job and Volunteer Fair

When: 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Wednesday, March 20th

Where: York Community High School - Commons 355 St. Charles Rd. Elmhurst, IL 60126

The Elmhurst Commission on Youth, along with its participating event partners, is dedicated to ensuring that qualified individuals have the opportunity to connect with Elmhurst area establishments seeking employees and volunteers. Partnering organizations include: Elmhurst Park District, Elmhurst Public Library, Elmhurst YMCA, The Kiwanis Club of Elmhurst, Elmhurst Junior Women’s Club, and District 205.

Job Fair questions may be directed to Patty McKernan at 630-878-7622 or patricia.mckernan@att.net. Volunteer Fair questions may be directed to Kim Brigman atbrigmankb@yahoo.com.

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3/18/19

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3/18/19

D205 is pleased to announce the launch of its newly redesigned website on April 1, 2019. When families return from Spring Break, they will experience the updated look and feel of the main district website as well as all 13 school sites.

Originally created in 2007, our current sites received a much needed refresh and contain several great new features including:

  • ADA Compliance Through AudioEye®
  • Modern Design & Branded Look
  • Better Organization & Streamlined Content
  • Improved Navigation and Search Functions
  • Flexible, Responsive Design to Any Device
  • Find it Fast and Familiar Drop Down Menus
  • News and Events
  • Quick Links & Parent Resources
  • Calendars

Take a moment on Launch Day, April 1, 2019, to navigate around our new district and school websites. If you have any questions or comments regarding the content contained on the new website, info@elmhurst205.org. Our website will always be a work in progress. We will continue to make updates regularly in order to continue to share the great happening in our schools.

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2/22/19

Starting on Monday, February 25th, York Community High School will be celebrating Fine Arts Week! This tradition is over 30 years old, and recognizes the talents of York’s student musicians, dancers, actors, visual artists, singers, orators, poets and unique performance artists.

On Friday, March 1, YORK LIVE will feature a variety of student performances during three 50-minute live shows. Tickets are $10, but York students or any D205 middle school students get in free with a D205 ID.

This year's fundraising event will be Wednesday, February 27 at Elmhurst Brewing Company from 7-10 PM. There is a suggested donation of $5 at the door, with every cent going toward funding for next year's Fine Arts Week.

Please join us in celebrating all of York's outstanding young artists!

For more information on the week's events, please click here or visit http://yorkfaw.com/

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2/21/19

Nominate an Alum Today
Do you know a York Community High School graduate, who has made an impact? Elmhurst CUSD205 encourages you to submit a nomination for the York Distinguished Alumni Program’s 2019 Dukes of Distinction at http://bit.ly/2DK7aVm.

Nominees must be a York Community High School graduate of 10+ years (2008 or earlier), who have distinguished themselves through significant and/or extraordinary accomplishments, service and/or an outstanding contribution to society.

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9/21/18

Parents and students can access lice information on the school website under Health and Safety. 

 

There have been a few cases of lice at York High School.  Please take the time to check your child for any signs and symptoms.  See information below from DuPage County Health Department.  

 

 

Lice (Head) Pediculosis Fact Sheet

 

Cause:  Pediculus humanus capitis, a louse. The life cycle of the louse is divided into three phases:

 

1. nits: eggs laid by adult females and are cemented at the base of the hair shaft nearest to the scalp, usually within 6 mm. Takes 1 week to hatch. Difficult to see but are oval and usually yellow to white.

 

2. nymph: hatched egg; resembles an adult but much smaller; matures in 9 - 12 days. Must feed on blood to survive.

 

3. adult: louse grows to about the size of a sesame seed, has 6 clawed legs, and is tan to grayish-white. It can live up to 30 days on the infested head and needs to feed on blood several times per day; it will die within 1-2 days off the host.

 

Lice infestation is most common in children 3 to 12 years of age. Girls get head lice more often than boys, women more often than men. They are found most commonly on the scalp behind the ears, at the nape of the neck. They are rarely found on the body, eyelashes, or eyebrows.

 

Symptoms: Itching of the scalp and neck. Look for:

*Crawling lice in the hair, usually few in number

*Eggs (nits) glued to the hair, often found at the back of the neck *Scratch marks on the scalp or back of neck at hairline

 

Spread: By direct contact with the head of another infested person. Indirect spread through contact with personal belongings of an infested person (as, combs, brushes, hats, scarves, bedding) is less likely but can occur. Transmission most often occurs among household members because of the close proximity of living conditions.

 

Lice do not jump or fly; they crawl and can fall off the head. Lice do not live longer than 48 hours off the head. They lay their eggs only while on the head. Nits which are more than ¼” from the scalp are dead or empty and will not hatch. Also, eggs do not hatch if they have fallen off. Lice do not spread to or from pets as they do not become infested. However, pets may carry the lice from one person to another. Avoid close contact with pets and refrain from permitting animals to sleep with household members during an infestation. Do not treat animals with medicines for humans.

 

Incubation Period: Eggs (nits) hatch in 7 – 10 days.

 

Period of Communicability:  Until treated with lice–killing medication, crawling forms of the louse are communicable; the nits are not.

 

Diagnosis: Head lice infestation is confirmed by inspecting the scalp and hair for the presence of nits, nymphs or live adult lice. Finding a nymph or an adult louse may be difficult because there are few of them and they move very quickly. If nits are visible farther than 6 mm from the scalp and no nymphs or adult lice are seen, the infestation is a past infestation and does not require treatment. If nits are discovered in the hair, but live lice are not seen, they can be re-inspected periodically for live lice. Adequate lighting should be used for the inspection as well as disposable sticks used to adequately separate the hair. A thorough examination may take several minutes.

 

Treatment: Pediculicides, either lice-killing shampoo or lotion, either purchased over-thecounter or by prescription (from a physician). Instructions must be followed carefully. Shampooing should be rinsed off over a sink rather than in a shower or tub, and with cool rather than warm water, to reduce skin absorption of the pediculicides. Do not use crème rinse before doing the treatment.

 

If live lice are seen after treatment, try a different brand.

 

For some medications, a second treatment is needed 7 – 10 days later to kill nits that have survived the first treatment.

 

Remove nits from the hair with a fine-toothed comb.

 

Wait 1-2 days before shampooing the hair but then shampoo at least twice a week for 2 weeks. Vigorously combing out the wet hair seems to slow down the lice.

 

Avoid over-use of pediculicides to avoid toxic exposure.

 

Prevention/Control:

 

1. Avoid sharing hair care items, towels, bedding, clothing, hats, and headgear.

 

2. Hang clothing in individual lockers or on assigned coat hooks. Hooks should be spaced at least 12 inches apart so that clothing does not touch.

 

3. Clean items such as clothing, furniture or carpeting that have come in contact with the head of the infested person in the 24 to 48 hours before treatment. Wash, soak or dry items at temperatures 130º F to kill stray lice or nits. Furniture, carpeting, car seats, etc., may be vacuumed. Items that cannot be washed can be dry cleaned or bagged in plastic for 2 weeks, by which time any nits that may have survived would have hatched and nymphs would be without food source. Pediculicide spray should not be used because the chemical exposure cannot be controlled. Nits are unlikely to incubate and hatch at room temperatures. Major cleaning measures are unnecessary.

 

Exclusion:  NOT NECESSARY

 

Lice infestation poses little risk to others and does not have a resulting health problem for the infested person. The person should be discouraged from having close direct head contact with others until the problem has resolved. Mass screenings, blanket notification to others of the situation, restricting use of safety helmets are not justified responses.

 

A parent/guardian/person should be notified of the situation at the end of the day and that prompt, proper treatment of the condition is in the best interest of the child and of his/her classmates/housemates and/or family. The person may return to the activities after the treatment is complete. The person’s head should be re-inspected 7-10 days later; if there is evidence of live lice or additional nits, the process of exclusion and treatment should be repeated. If the problem persists after the second treatment, a different product should be used. If the problem continues after the new product treatment, then a physician should be consulted for further advice.

 

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8/8/18

Below are the dates in which 8th grade parochial students, who are residents of District 205, may shadow a current York student for the entire school day. We will allow up to 30 students per date on a first come, first served basis. Students will be assigned to shadow a York Ambassador. Ambassadors are trained to host students and acquaint them with many aspects of York High School. To request that your child can attend one of the dates, please click the link to sign up.
 

Available Dates:

9/18/18

10/19/18

11/2/18

1/18/19

2/21/19

3/21/19

4/18/19

 

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP 

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Important Dates

March 20 Student Late Arrival 9:25 am
  Trivia Night 7:00 pm
March 25 - 29 No School - Spring Break
April 3 Student Late Arrival 9:25 am
April 9 Spring Testing Day - Grades 9, 10 and 11
April 11 Student of the Month 7:00 am
  Spring Musical, Bright Star 7:30 pm
April 12 Spring Musical, Bright Star 7:30 pm
April 13 Spring Musical, Bright Star 7:30 pm
April 14 Spring Musical, Bright Star 2:00 pm
April 17 Student Late Arrival 9:25 am
April 24 Student Late Arrival 9:25 am
  Scholarship Night 7:00 pm
April 25 Jazz Ensemble Concert 7:30 pm
April 27 Junior/Senior Prom
April 30 Cadet/Concert Band Concert 7:30 pm
May 1 Spring Art Show 6:00 pm
May 2 Academic/Athletic Awards Night 7:00 pm
May 9 Spring Choral Concert 7:30 pm
May 14 Senior Finals
  Cadet and Concert Orchestras' concert  7:30 pm
May 15 Senior Finals
May 16

Symphony Orchestra Concert 7:30 pm

May 17 Senior Checkout 8:00 am
  Graduation Practice 12:30 pm
  Senior BBQ 2:00 pm
May 19 Commencement Ceremony 1:00 pm
May 27 No School - Memorial Day
June 3 Tentative Last Day of School (includes 5 emergency days)

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York High School Vision Statement

York High School strives to be an exemplary educational community where students, staff and parents:

  • accept the challenge to grow beyond self-imposed limitations.
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Extracurricular programs are an integral part of the educational experience and play an important role in the growth and development of young men and women. York High School offers a variety of ...more

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