Mr. York  
    Bio: Professionally, one could call me a "lifer." I was raised here in Cedar Lake and graduated from HCHS in 1990.  While in high school I participated in cross-country, basketball and track.  After high school, I went to nearby St. Joseph's College, where I majored in History and participated in track.  I began here at HC in the fall of '94 and have been teaching 7th grade and coaching various age-groups ever since.  Personally, I've been married to my wife, Kelly, for 24 years.  We have three children: Kayla (22), Mike(22), and Ryan (14).  I always look forward to times when the five of us are together.  Otherwise, my hobbies include running, cooking and fishing (when I can find the time).
    Contact info: phone: 374-3900 x 3933/ email: cyork@hanover.k12.in.us
    Mr. York's classroom expectations:Parent Letter
     Cross-Country info:
    ** Directions to Goodnow Grove, or Plum Creek Nature Preserve:
    From Cedar Lake: Take 133rd west to Reicherts; turn right, then left to get back onto 133rd; right onto Yates; left onto Offner; right onto Stony Island (after golf course), left onto Goodenow Rd (after driving range- there are "slot machine" advertisement flags on the right); Right onto Dutton Rd.; follow signs to the nature center.
    From St. John: Exchange west to State line road; right onto Bemis Rd.; Left on Stony Island (at the fire dept.); right onto Goodenow Rd.; right onto Dutton Rd; follow signs to the nature center
    Fewest turns: Exchange west to 394; turn south toward Beecher; left onto Goodenow Rd.; Left onto Dutton Rd; follow the signs to the nature center