Yorktown at Home

Yorktown @ Home

These resources are designed to assist families during the COVID-19 school closure event, to help keep you informed and support the skill, practice, continuation of learning at home. These resources are not a replacement for the high level of instruction that students receive from their professional teachers in their classrooms. APS does not endorse these activities as instruction that replaces what would be happening in the classroom. These resources are meant to reinforce learning that has already occurred.

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Virtual Office Hours

Yorktown High School Virtual Office Hours, https://yhs.apsva.us/post/virtual-office-hours

APS has asked all schools to post teachers’ “office hours,” during which they will be able to take telephone calls and respond to family emails.

Yorktown Office hours will be organized by the schedule below so that there are no conflicts between students’ classes. This schedule is based on the requirement that teachers hold at least one office hour weekly with each department having two possible time slots. While teachers may offer synchronous class meetings during their regularly scheduled 8-period class schedule, office hours will take precedence over any synchronous class meetings. See below for the schedule.

Scheduled for Office Hours (At least one per week)

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9:25 – 10:10 Counseling Counseling Meetings (CLT, Special Ed)
10:15 – 11:00 Math English Science Meetings (CLT, Special Ed) World Languages
11:05 – 11:50 Art/Film/Photo Music Social Studies Meetings (CLT, Special Ed) Theater
11:50 – 12:05
12:05 – 12:50 Engineering/Comp Sci/Business FACS Dept Meetings Health/PE Music
12:50 – 1:35 Social Studies Inst. Studies Theater Engineering/Comp Sci/Business Inst. Studies
1:35 – 2:20 Health/PE EL Math FACS Social Skills
2:20 – 3:05 Science World Languages Art/Film/Photo English EL
3:05 – 3:50 Library Library/Clubs Library/Clubs Social Skills


Continuous Learning (All Grades)

Signing In to Resources

Students must use their student’s credentials to access many APS resources, including materials hosted in Google and Microsoft. We cannot grant access to your personal account.  So first please be sure to sign out of all personal accounts including Google, Microsoft, and any other non-APS Accounts.


  • If you do not have your student credentials, please you may contact our Yorktown Technology Support for help by emailing ykttechhelp@apsva.us.
  • To sign in to most APS resources students should access their account via the APS single sign-on system called MyAccess, https://myaccess.apsva.us .  This site is linked from our Yorktown Webpage as well as most APS webpages.
  • To sign into MyAccess, use your student ID and password. Do not use @apsva.us on this screen. See the graphic below.

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  • This will provide you access to all your major APS Resources, including: Canvas, Destiny Discover, Discovery Education, Google@APS, MackinVia, Naviance, Office 365, and StudentVUE.  For login information to other classroom or program-specific applications and resources please see your teacher or the Yorktown staff member who supports that program or resource.
  • To sign into specific sites or resources like Google or Microsoft you will need to use studentid@apsva.us. For example, if your student’s ID number is 0123456, use 0123456@apsva.us. See the graphic below.

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Digital Citizenship & Online Safety

  • Students at any grade level may access the “Be Internet Awesome” digital citizenship curriculum online. Please visit the Be Internet Awesome page to explore “Interland.” This all-age-appropriate curriculum can help prompt meaningful conversations with your students about how to utilize online resources responsibly. This may be of heightened importance during the COVID-19 crisis, with access to technology resources at home.

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  • All Arlington Public Schools’ email systems should continue to function throughout the COVID-19 situation.
  • You may email staff directly as you normally would.
  • For technical support during this period, please contact Yorktown Technology support by emailing ykttechhelp@apsva.us.  This email address is updated and maintained by our Yorktown Instructional Technology Coordinator, Samuel Wightman.