Resources & Forms


We will be administering the Spring Keystone Exams on the following dates:

  • Wednesday, May 15 - Algebra 1
  • Thursday, May 16 - Literature
  • Friday, May 17 - Biology


Electronic Device Policy:


Information for Parents/Guardians


Religious Opt Out:

Chapter 4 of Title 22 of the Pa. Code (22 Pa. Code 4.4) provides for the right of any parent/guardian to excuse his/her child from the state assessment if, upon inspection of the testing materials, he/she finds the assessment to be in conflict with his/her religious beliefs. This is the only basis under Chapter 4 rules for a parent/guardian to excuse his or her child from the statewide assessments.

Procedures for opt-out:

  1. Once tests have been received by the District, assessments are available for review by parents/guardians. The assessment must be reviewed on district property and district personnel must be present at all times.  A parent interested in opting their child out of the assessment must schedule an appointment to review the testing materials with a building administrator.  Prior to reviewing materials a confidentiality agreement must be signed to ensure test security.

  2. If after reviewing the test parents/guardians find the test to be in conflict with their religious beliefs and wish their student(s) to be excused from the test, the parents/guardians must provide a written request to the Superintendent that states they do not want their child tested because the test conflicts with their religious beliefs.

Students who opt out due to a religious exemption must instead meet the state's graduation requirements by fulfilling one of the other pathways to graduation (see Act 158 flow chart below). 


Winter Wave Keystone Exams:

Tuesday, December 5, 2023 - Algebra 1

Tuesday, January 9, 2024 - Literature

Wednesday, January 10, 2024 - Biology

 Winter Wave 2023-2024 Information.pdf 





Armed Forces Access

Pursuant to federal law, all local educational agencies (LEAs) must provide to military recruiters or institutions of higher education, upon request, access to secondary school students” (i.e. juniors and seniors) names, addresses and telephone listings. The state military affairs law requires the release of directory information consisting of a list of senior male and female students by name, home address and telephone number. Act 10 requires the list of graduating seniors and juniors be made available to armed forces recruiters at the beginning of each school year. However, military recruiters are entitled to request and receive this information throughout the year.

To ensure compliance with the collective laws, school districts are required to provide names, addresses and telephone listings of junior and senior year students to military recruiters, when requested, unless a parent has “opted out” of providing such information.

Parents wishing to opt out of providing such information regarding their 12th or 11th grade student’s information should do so in writing to the Guidance Office at Yough Senior High School by Sept. 1 of each new school year using the link below.  This link can also be used for those who do not want their child's photograph published in newspapers, yearbooks, district social media, websites, etc.

Do Not Publish Photo & Armed Forces Access Opt Out Form



 YSD Attendance Policy

 Bell schedule.pdf 

 YSD Bullying policy

 2023-2024 School District Calendar.pdf 

 2023-24 STUDENT HANDBOOK.pdf 

Directions to Yough Sr. High School

Discipline Policy


Guidance Request Form.pdf  

In A Crisis? Get Help Here!

Medication Form

Mount Aloysius Transcripts.pdf 

New Student Registration

Nurse s Office Information

Powerschool Parent Log-in

Right to Know Letter

Transcript Request Form for Alumni

Transcript Form for Seniors.pdf 

Educational Trip Form.pdf  (Vacation Form)

Volunteer Information

WCCC Transcript Request.pdf 


Nurse Forms:

Dental Form.pdf 

Dept of Health Immunization Clinics.pdf  

Food Allergies letter.docx 

Immunization Requirements.pdf  

Physicians Certificate for Medication Form.pdf  

Private or School Physical Form.pdf 


Counseling, Behavioral, Mental Health Services:

1. Comprehensive Counseling Center           

     532 West Pittsburgh Street

    Greensburg, PA 15601

    (724) 832-4450

   Wide range of Inpatient and Outpatient services available for all age groups

2. Family Services of Western Pennsylvania

     211 Huff Ave.

    Greensburg, PA 15601

    (724) 834-7830

     Child and Adult Case Management, Mental Health and Behavioral Health Programs

3. Southwestern PA Human Services

    Mon Valley Community Health Center

    Eastgate 8

    Monessen, PA 15062

    (724) 684-9000 

4. Westmoreland Case Management and Supports,Inc.

    770 East Pittsburgh Street

    Greensburg, PA 15601

   (724) 837-1808

   (800) 353-6467

   Coordinate, Monitor and Support Mental Health and Early Intervention Services