Yeatman-Liddell Preparatory Middle School

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  • Mindfulness Mondays!  Episode 12 is right here:

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  • Monthly Board Meeting (every 1st Monday @ noon on Zoom)

    Meeting ID: 347 409 3643
    Passcode: DNash711

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  • Homework Hub At this time during our virtual extension, there will be 3 pick-up/drop box locations for both teachers and Yeatman students/families to disseminate assignments and/or homework. Please see the days & times located below, and don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Nash and/or Principal Griffin if you have any additional questions.

    Phần thưởng đổi thưởng trò chơi 2019WORK HUB HOURS:

    *St. Louis Dream Center: 3905 Clarence Ave.; 63115 “STARTING 11/16/20
    Monday-Thursday (10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.)

    *The Wesley House Association: 4507 Lee Ave.; 63115 “STARTING 12/3/20
    Thursday (9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.)

    *St. Louis Public Library-Julia Davis Branch: 4415 Natural Bridge; 63115 “START DATE TBD
    ***Possible Hours of Operation Due to COVID guidelines & restrictions*** Monday, Tuesday, Friday, & Saturday (11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.) Wednesday & Thursday (1:00 - 7:00 p.m.)

     STUDENTS!  Click below to learn about an exciting incentive opportunity!


    Here are some pics from our first Drop-In!  Great job working virtually, scholars!!

    Yeatman Drop In!

    Click below to see information on some great upcoming Christmas giveaways!

    Christmas Giveaways!





    Principal Mr. Griffin: (314) 379-8059

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    Technology Support:  (314) 345-5656

    Technology Inventory

    Yeatman's Tech

    Yeatman Support Hotline with Live Representative: (314) 261-4560 ext. 3


    Welcome to Yeatman-Liddell

    Yeatman Ext        4265 Athlone
           St. Louis, MO  63115
           Office: 314.261.8132
           Fax: 314.389.4613

           Principal: Kenneth Griffin
           Hours: 8:15 a.m. - 3:12 p.m.
           Grades: 6-8

           Click HERE for a map



Principal's Corner

  •  Welcome to the Yeatman-Liddell Preparatory Middle School Principal's Corner


    Welcome to Yeatman Middle School! My name is Kenneth Griffin and I am incredibly excited to join the rest of the faculty for the 2020-2021 school year!

    I have over ten years’ experience in education, as a teacher, and as a Director of a major Education Preparation Program at Southeast Missouri State University. I am a proud product of the St. Louis Public School System, attending Beaumont High School, Yeatman Middle School, among others.

    With this background, I plan to work hard every day to ensure the success of our students and help prepare them for their next level!  It is important for me to learn and work with our student body, but I also want to get to know you, the parents and community leaders.

    Some of the virtues I plan to help instill in our student body are leadership, independent thinking, and achievement.  I have a strong belief that all students can be successful, and this can be done with rigorous lessons, challenging teachers, and a faculty who have a passion for success! I am very thankful for this opportunity and will demonstrate this on a daily basis. 

    When not working I enjoy watching football or traveling with my longtime wife Raveen Griffin. I am confident that along with this team we can and will be successful this school year!  Feel free to contact me any time at 314-261-8132. Thanks for all you have done, I look forward to meeting and working with you all!

    Kenneth Griffin


Mission and Vision



    Yeatman-Liddell is the preferred middle school in St. Louis city fostering excellence in academic achievement, leadership and character in order for students to successfully complete post-secondary endeavors.


    To provide an educational experience that empowers students through rigorous instruction, quality support services, and partnerships.



    Phần thưởng đổi thưởng trò chơi 2019Preparation, Leadership, Respect, Academic Excellence



    • That learning extends beyond the classroom to instill in students a sense of mission and purpose as citizens of the larger community and world
    • Students’ best grow in personal responsibility and self-worth in a school characterized by valuing integrity, excellence, grit, and mutual respect among teachers and students.  
    • Each and every student matters



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    2020-2021 SCHOOL WIDE GOALS:

    • Improve School Culture & Climate
    • Increase Reading and Math Proficiency
    • Improve Differentiated Instructional Practices