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After School Care
A comprehensive learning and character-building environment in an area with busy and hard-working parents, it takes more than classes, books and studying. We look to provide a rich After School Care program on the campus. Whether you have a meeting running later than normal, children napping at home or whatever the case, you can rest easy that the students will be taken care of with the After School Care leader(s).
Extended Care is open
7:30-8:40am & 3:15-6:00pm
Our After School Student Enrichment & Tutoring programs are great for all ages and students enrolled or not enrolled with YVCS. They normally run for 8 weeks at a time during each quarter. There has been a variety of classes in the past, some of which include drama, cooking, sewing, handlettering, art, music lessons for piano, guitar, or ukelele, and much more! Check in with the office administrator for when these classes are available.
YVCS desires to create an educational atmosphere that maximizes learning. Modesty, moderation, neatness, cleanliness and gender distinction are the overriding principles of the YVCS dress code policy in harmony with Purpose, Value and Vision. Students are required to abide by the dress code policy always. The students’ dress should reflect pride in their school and respect for themselves. Enforcement of the dress code policy, like all other discipline matters, is based on cooperation among students, parents and the school. The school, however, is the final authority on the dress code policy and other discipline issues. If, in the opinion of the school, a student’s dress is inappropriate, a parent may be called and required to bring a new, acceptable change of clothes to the school. It is a violation of the dress code policy to show underwear, midriff, lower back or cleavage at any time (including when leaning over or raising the arms). Clothing that is tight, baggy, dirty or sloppy is not allowed. Items that are torn or cut in any way are prohibited. Appropriateness of overall appearance will be left to the discretion of the administration.
We believe that your student’s success in school is dependent upon good communication between school and home. We encourage your participation and invite you to express your suggestions or concerns.
We are praying for your student’s continued growth and success and for you as we partner in this journey together.
Hot Lunch Program
Hot Lunch is offered three days per week and provided through Panda Express, Chik-fil-A and Papa John's Pizza.
There are always opportunities to volunteer on and off campus. Parents, grandparents, even friends can volunteer and help fulfill volunteer hours.
Some common volunteer opportunities include serving the hotlunch, assisting to supervise lunch & recesses, helping teachers in the classroom, chaperoning and driving our students on field trips (upon verification of insurance), and teaching a class in our ASSET program.
For more information on current volunteer opportunities you can call the office at 925-798-3131.