East Yancey

Middle School

Our mission is to provide a nurturing educational environment where students develop academic, physical, social, and emotional skills necessary for a lifetime of learning.

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Parent Information
Student Information

Drive Thru Picture Day

You will have an opportunity to have your picture made in our first Drive Thru Picture Day Event.

You can drive thru at the school on September 9th or 23rd from 1:00 to 6:00 pm to have your picture made.

Put on your best smile and we will see you in September.


September 9th code: FM337417 September 23rd code: FM352879

Attention Families

Dear Yancey County Schools Families,

The USDA has approved for all YCS school children to eat breakfast and lunch for free until December 31, 2020. Meals will be delivered everyday to your home starting on Wednesday, September 9th.

If your family is currently participating in our meals program, food picked up tomorrow at our schools will count as next week's meals. Families that pick up food tomorrow will not receive delivered meals until the following week of September 14th.

Please let your child's teacher know if you are interested in our meal program and make sure we have your correct home address and contact information in PowerSchool.

I hope that all of you are doing well. We thank you for all you are doing to help our kids through these difficult times.

Kathy Amos


EYMS Fundraiser

Order Form for shirts

EYMS Homepage Announcements

Food Resources

682-7251 Reconciliation House

682-6011 Yancey Community Center

284-0316 Yancey Feed-a-Child

678-0726 Charity House Mission

536-0414 Dig-In!

Anyone willing to volunteer to assist with food assistance programs are encouraged to contact these organizations to help!

Yancey County Public Library Information

(828)682-2600 Yancey County Public Library

(828)682-4476 AMY Regional Library Office

The Yancey Public Library is ready to take information over the phone to give individuals virtual access to digital library resources.

They cannot create virtual cards through email or messaging service.

A parent or guardian must call their local library or the Regional Library Office to set up access for students.

If a student or parent has a card that is ‘blocked,’ meaning it has expired or has overdue items, call the library.