The myWings portal contains a combination of tabs (pages) and channels on each page. Depending on your role with the University, you may see many tabs and channels or only a few. The link to the Parent Portal will be found in a channel. Follow the link to the Parent Portal to view the information released to you by your student.
For example, if you were a student at the University you will have access to your student records and other data, including the Parent Portal. If your only role (thus far) is that of a parent of a UNF student who has authorized you to view information, you will only have access to the Parent Portal.
Yough School District is always in the process of updating our email database to be able to send important information out through our email system. Please either download and print the form listed below and return it to your child’s school or complete the form online using the link below for Google Docs.
Students begin the process by choosing Add/Manage Users under the Parent Portal option in Webcat. Parents will receive email with temporary password and activation instructions. Once activated, parents can log in to the Parent Portal through the button below.
Starting in April, the Yough School Board of Directors resumed public in-person school board meetings. Meetings are held in the Yough High School Large Group Instruction Room. Masks and social distancing are recommended.
Board Policies recently updated by the school board will be displayed here. They will be displayed for a one month period. After that time period, all policies can be found under the school board, policy manual tab.
Do you live in the Yough School District and have a child who will be 5 years old by September 1, 2021? Enrollment packets are available at the school (Kindergarten packets only), the district office (Door 4, YSHS), or online.. Click here
A Young Parents Program (YPP) provides day care services for the infants/toddlers of students who are enrolled in and attending a comprehensive high school program leading to graduation from high school. A comprehensive high school program does not include an adult education program. Programs are currently located in the following school districts:
The mothers, fathers and babies all have special needs ; some of these can be met by school districts. The birth of a child to teenage parents is a physical, emotional and financial burden for them which often results in their dropping out of school.