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YAI will be hosting an “Alumni Night” for former YAI basketball players, managers, former coaches, and cheerleaders on Friday, Jan. 27th as the York Dragons and Dragonettes take on Murfreesboro Central Magnet.
All basketball and cheerleader alumni will get into the game free. The schedule for recognition is as follows: Girl Basketball alumni will be recognized during halftime of the girl’s game, cheerleader alumni will be recognized in-between games, and boy basketball alumni will be recognized during halftime of the boy’s game.
There will be a reception for all alumni in the YAI Library in-between games. We hope to see you there! Go Dragons!
The Spring Renaissance List is in teacher's mailboxes. The front office
also has a list, so remember that purple and white cards can get half off
basketball tickets. You must buy these during the school day. There will
also be a list at the gate, so that gold cards can get in free.
The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be here on Thursday January 26 from 10-3.
If you are 17 years of age and would like to donate, please go by the
front office window and sign up.
HOSA Officers meeting during activity period in Ms. Jill's room
Alvin C. York Institute is a public high school founded in 1926 by World War I hero Alvin York and later transferred to the state of Tennessee in 1937. It is the only school in the United States that is financed and operated by the state and government.