Student and Family Resources
Curtis Cleveringa, Principal
Chris Clark, Assistant Principal Student Alpha O-Z
Ali Jacobson, Assistant Principal Student Alpha H-N
Erin Wilkinson, Assistant Principal Student Alpha O-Z
Ivy Broneann-Restorative Specialist
Angela Cerkowniak-ASB Office Professional
Sara DeVore-Registrar Office Professional
Ashley Ellis-Athletics Office Professional
Terri Evans-CTE Office Professional
Beth Foote-Assistant Principal's Office Professional
Rob Hill-Athletic Director
Nicole Mathis-Career Center Specialist
Deb McLean-Principal's Office Professional
Debra Miles-Counseling Office Professional
Katie Mullins-Front Office Professional
Julie Palladino-Attendance Office Professional
Career & Technical Education-360.458.6543
COMMUNITY RESOURCES are available to students and their families. For more information, you can call the main office and speak with our Community Outreach Specialist, Christina Ronquillo at 360.960.6122. Additional parent resources are available on our website.
DISTRICT FORMS/HANDBOOKS are available on the YCS district website.
FAMILY ACCESS: The administration and staff at Yelm Community Schools recognize that many parents/guardians would like to play a greater role in their child's education. To make it easier for you to get involved, each parent/guardian is provided the ability to view their student's information anytime, day or night, with a Family Access login.
Family Access is available through the website found at http://family.yelm.wa-k12.net. There is also a link to Family Access at the top of every page on this website. If you forget your password, go to the login page to recover account information. You will receive an email to reset your password. You can also update your email and contact phone number. Please ask the office staff if you need assistance.
VISITORS: Visitors must check in at the Main Office to access the campus during the school day.
VOLUNTEERS: Volunteers are a vital part of our students' education. To volunteer in a school during the school year, an application must be completed online. All volunteers must receive clearance through the Washington Access to Criminal History (WATCH) before volunteering. Clearance is granted for one school year only. Visit the website to complete the application. For more information, contact our Volunteer Coordinator Office at 360.458.6100
Stop !T: Students can report issues of inappropriate behavior using the online tool STOP!t. It is a safe and secure tool which is 100% anonymous, 100% of the time. Students report anonymously via mobile app, web, or phone hotline service. Visit the website link here.
CRIME STOPPERS: Yelm students and families have a way to report crimes or dangerous situations anonymously. Thurston County Crime Stoppers is a 24-hour manned call center to receive anonymous tips anytime. Report Crime by:
- Calling 800.222.TIPS (8477)
- Submitting online
- Download the P3 App to your mobile device.
As always, tipsters remain 100% anonymous and could possibly be rewarded up to $1000.00. Remember to save your "tip number" in order to follow up and receive a reward. Anyone having knowledge about dangerous situations or crimes (past, present or future) can report a tip.