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  • September 15 - October 15, National Hispanic Heritage Month 

  • October 1st, Early Dismissal 

  • October 5th, Second Parent University Session 

  • October 6th, Seniors will begin working on FAFSA

  • October 14th, SAT Exam Day - On campus

  • October 15th, No school - Staff Development Day

  • October 18th, Fall Holiday- No School for Students and Staff


YES Prep Conduct 

We want to make you aware of a trend circulating TikTok called “Devious Licks” in which students vandalize restrooms and steal items from schools while videoing themselves to post on TikTok and other social media sites. Some examples include stealing soap dispensers, breaking the faucets, inappropriate graffiti, and wasting paper towels. 

To help us keep our campus safe and clean, we are asking that all parents talk to their students about the seriousness of this trend, and if they see anything occurring in the restrooms please complete an incident report immediately.

Students who participate in this trend or vandalize our facilities will receive the following consequences:

  • Immediate parent meeting with the Dean of Students to discuss consequences
  • Loss of transitions in between classes

 *Students ARE NOT ALLOWED to go to the RR with backpacks or cell phones, they MUST stay in the classroom.

We appreciate your support in this effort to keep our campus safe and clean so ALL our Explorers can focus on learning. If you have any questions, please reach out to me directly.


Megan Zimmerhanzel

Director of Student Support

Information for Senior Parents

1. College Applications!

- The class of 2022 officially started applying to college. Students will be working this upcoming week of September 27th to complete all applications through in Apply Texas. Parents please check-in with your student to make sure they are working diligently not only in the class but also at home to ensure everything is being submitted this week.

2. Parent University Session #2

- We invite all Senior Parents to our Second Parent University Session on October 5th. We will be discussing FAFSA as that is the next step students will be taking to get into college. This session is highly important because parents must know what documents are needed for their student to apply to FAFSA. We will be providing resources and support for parents to create their FSA ID. We have the great opportunity to partner up with the YMCA to bring extra support and information about FAFSA as well. Link to join the call will be posted in the YPEE Social Media Pages and in students Senior Seminar Class in Schoology. Students will begin working on FAFSA on October 6th so please the attend the session, so your student is prepared in class the following day. If you have any questions, please reach out to Ms. Trejo at or Ms. Esquivel at

3. College Fair

- Juniors and Seniors will be participating in our annual virtual College Fair on October 13th. Students will need their charged computers to log into the College Fair where over 200 Colleges and Universities will be connecting with students. Students will receive more information around the logistics in Junior and Senior Seminar Class.

4. SAT School Day

- ALL seniors will be taking the SAT exam on campus on October 14th. Students must bring a calculator, pencil, and snacks. Encourage your student to complete their 60 minutes of SAT Review in KHAN Academy, so they are best prepared to take the exam.


Latinx Hispanic Heritage Month Events 

**Parents, if you would like to purchase a LHHM shirt please email Jessica Trejo at, thank you!**


We ensure all students are getting the social, emotional, and/or mental health support they need to be successful. To reach your students Student Support Counselor,

Middle School Student Support Counselor- 6th-8th: / Call: (713) 967-7866

High School Student Support Counselor- 9th- 12th: / Call: (713) 967-7963

If you notice a change in behavior, something has changed at home, or if student has asked to talk someone, we are here for to help! Feel free to message us with any questions or concerns. 

SAF- (Student Assistance Form- to be used if your child is having any emotional issues or needs resources for housing, food, etc.)

See Something, Say Something!

We value the relationships we have built through the years with our parents. Did you know that more than often, you all are the reason we are able to stop incidents before they start? You have access to information first hand from your children that can impact the safety of your student at school. When you have this information, we ask that if you SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING. Please complete an incident report using the link below if you hear of any issues that may affect the safety of your child at school. This can be bullying, threats of violence, or even disturbing things you may see on social media. Together we can make Southeast a safe place for all students.

Incident Report (Electronic)

Middle School Dean of Students: / Call: (713) 967-9443

High School Dean of Students: / Call: (713) 924-0436


All students interested in participating in athletics for the 21-22 school year will need a current sports physical. Copies can be picked up with Coach Mikkelson at the gym or at the front office.

o   You can schedule a physical with your provider or with Legacy (See contact info below).

Legacy Contact Information for YES Prep East End
Legacy Clinic - YES Prep East End
8329 Lawndale Street
Houston TX 77012
(832) 548-5000

If you are interested in being a student manager please contact

ACE Program 

ACE, our afterschool program, will be kicking off on Tuesday, September, 7th 2021. Register your child now to secure a spot in a club before they are filled.

Fill out the link below:




Returning Students

If your student attended YES Prep East End last school year, please check your Family Skyward account and make sure you have completed the Back to school forms as soon as possible. They are due August 31st.



Student Absences

If your student is absent due to a doctor's appointment, illness or court appearance, please remember to send an excuse note or documentation with your child within 2 days of return. You can also email an absent excuse note to Ms. Salazar at If your child is out due to testing positive for COVID, please call the front office at (713) 967-7800 to inform them and send documentation upon their return, so the absence can be coded appropriately as being ill with COVID. 

Please remember if your student is experiencing symptoms of any kind, please keep them home until they are well enough to return. 

COVID-19 Information 

Any of the following symptoms indicate a possible COVID-19 infection: 

Temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher when taken by mouth; 

Sore throat; 

New uncontrolled cough that causes difficulty breathing (or, for students with a chronic allergic/asthmatic cough, a change in their cough from baseline); 

Diarrhea, vomiting, or abdominal pain; or 

New onset of severe headache, especially with a fever. 

If you or any member of our community does begin experiencing any of these symptoms in a way that is not typical, we encourage you to contact your physician. We encourage anyone at East End who is lab-confirmed to have COVID-19 to please notify our school by contacting Aaron Simmons ( Sean Little (

Early Student Pick-Up

In order to pick up your student before dismissal time, you must have a valid ID present and the person picking up must be listed under emergency contacts for the student. Emergency contact list can be found in Skyward. Updates to this list can be made on the Back to School Forms. Please also be reminded that early student pick-up ends at 3 PM. 

Student IDs

Please make sure your student has their ID on a Daily Bases. Students who do not have their IDs will receive a Temp ID along with a demerit. Students with more than 3 Demerits will receive Detention.


  • Students must bring their Laptops charged everyday.
  • Students who forget their laptops will be asked to call parents to see if they can drop it off at school. 
  • Cellphones are not allowed to be used during school hours. If a student is caught with a cellphone, it will be confiscated and held at the front office until the end of the day where a parent/guardian must pick it up.