Schools are closed in Yarmouth today - Thursday, February 13. With this closure, the final student day for this year is moved to Tuesday, June 16.
Yarmouth Schools are closed today, Friday, February 7 due to icy roads. With this closure, the final student day for this school year is moved to Monday, June 15.
The Yarmouth School Committee will begin deliberating on the Superintendent's proposed 2020-2021 budget tonight at 7:00 at the Log Cabin. For more dates and information about the proposed budget, please access https://www.yarmouthschools.org/finance-and-budgeting.
HMS Science Teacher, Morgan Cuthbert, gets AquacultureME! rolling. Morgan created this initiative to help Maine educators connect with the industry of aquaculture. https://mainedoenews.net/2020/01/30/aquaculture-me-hosts-conference-to-connect-research-education-and-industry/
Congratulations to the Girls' Varsity Basketball Team on their 37-30 victory over the visitors from Cape Elizabeth High School. The Clippers will travel to Freeport on Saturday, February 1st for a 1:00 p.m. game.
Schools will be closed in Yarmouth Thursday, January 16. This is our second school closure of the year, moving our final student day to Friday, June 12.
Yarmouth Schools will be closed Tuesday, Dec. 3 due to the forecast for heavy mid-day snow. With this closing, the final student day of school is moved to Thursday, June 11.
Please be aware that Yankee Drive in Yarmouth is closed due to a downed wire. Parents should communicate with students as to how they should get home from the bus stop. Cousins Street is down to one lane due to a downed tree. Buses should be able to access the island safely.
Ryan Gleason, Yarmouth Elementary Principal,was recently the featured presenter to the educators of Haninge, Sweden. Doing Yarmouth proud around the globe! https://www.yarmouthschools.org/article/152164
Cousins Island is now open. Buses will run on a two-hour delay schedule throughout all of Yarmouth.
Cousins Island is closed off due to a fallen tree. We will keep an eye on that work and let you know if/when we can run buses to the island. Until then, Cousins Island residents can stay put. We have one other bus route on East Main that will re-route to avoid a downed wire. Other than that our buses should be set to make pickups on a two-hour delayed schedule throughout Yarmouth.
There will be a two hour delay to the start of school in Yarmouth today, October 17. Buses will run two hours later than normal. School will end at the regular time.
Yarmouth's Red Line bus pickup may be a running a few minutes late for YES and Rowe students this morning (Thursday, 9/26). Thank you for your patience.
Yarmouth's 2019-2020 School Budget passed by a wide margin (71%-29%) at yesterday's referendum. Thank you to all who voted!
Significant traffic jam on I-295 is causing buses returning from field trips to be late for the afternoon pick-up at our schools. Your child may be late arriving home from school today, Friday. Schools will have more information as the afternoon progresses.
Please vote on the School Budget at tonight's Town Meeting. 7:00 p.m. at YPAC, Tuesday - June 4.
Congratulations to the Yarmouth High School Playmakers. Under the direction of Betsy Puelle they have been recognized as Maine's 2019 Class A One Act Play Champions.
On March 21 the Yarmouth School Committee presented its proposed FY20 budget to the Town Council. Check out http://www.yarmouthschools.org/finance-and-budgeting for more details.
Mindful Technology is the topic for tonight's Parent School Alliance forum at YHS. 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Yarmouth High School and Frank Harrison Middle School will dismiss at 1:45 p.m., on Thursday, March 14 so that staff and families may attend the memorial service for Mr. Bruce Brann. Yarmouth Elementary School and William Rowe School will dismiss at the regular time.
Join us at HMS on March 1 for Read Across Yarmouth and share your passion for reading with a classroom of middle school students. Sign up at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_UwwYoTceyqc1540CxDYooaSiorRGiRRiNOsKs4Z1Ng/edit#gid=0
Be sure to keep track of Yarmouth Schools' exciting and much-needed construction projects: http://www.yarmouthschools.org/facilities-committee
Each year our school bus drivers provide 150,000 miles of safe transportation for our students. A tremendous service worthy of celebration during Driver Appreciation Week!
Final Public Forum on Facilities: Thursday, October 4. We will convene at 6:30 p.m. in the High School cafeteria. For more information go to http://www.yarmouthschools.org/facilities-committee. Please vote on November 6!
Yarmouth Elementary School named a Blue Ribbon School for 2018! See our full website or go to https://nationalblueribbonschools.ed.gov/ for more information! Way to go YES!
Adam Smith, YHS Health Teacher, has been named to the University of Maine at Presque Isle's Hall of Fame! (http://owls.umpi.edu/general/2018-19/releases/20180829kydtum)
Yarmouth's Town Council has two upcoming meetings to discuss the school facilities proposal: Thursday, August 30 at 7 p.m. at Town Hall and Wednesday, September 5 at 7 p.m. at the Log Cabin. The public is invited to attend.
YHS teacher Emily Davison hones her skills tutoring future Red Sox stars. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGDqaIxTBeM&feature=youtu.be&t=7m30s)
YHS Engineering students build electric cars thanks to YEF! https://www.newscentermaine.com/video/news/electric-racecar/97-8136965
We hope everyone has a fun, safe, and rejuvenating spring break! See you back here on Monday, April 23 for more awesome learning opportunities and the stretch run to summer!
Starting Monday, March 5, the Main Street underpass of the Route 1 bridge will be closed to bus traffic due to height restrictions. We have identified the necessary detours for each of our bus routes and do not see this affecting morning pick-up times. Afternoon drop-off times could be delayed several minutes for bus runs that typically travel under the bridge. After Monday’s runs, we should have a good estimate of how each trip will be impacted, and we thank you for your patience.
The first Public Forum on the proposed plans for Yarmouth's School Facilities will take place tonight (2/13) at HMS at 6:30 pm.
The School Committee will consider the proposed budget for 2018-19 at tonight’s meeting, starting at 7pm at the Log Cabin.
Due to the impending storm, schools will dismiss early on WEDNESDAY, 2/7/18. YHS/HMS: 11:15 am YES/Rowe: 12:00 pm
The School Committee will consider the Proposed FY19 Budget on Thursday evening at 7:00pm at the Log Cabin. This is a First Reading, where the Committee takes its first vote on the proposal.
Budget Workshop II takes place tonight at the Log Cabin. We'll be reviewing the operations side of the budget starting at 6:00 p.m.
Download the new Yarmouth app on Android! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.apptegy.yarmouth&hl=en
Download the new Yarmouth app on ios! https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/yarmouth-school-department/id1286783354?mt=8
Budget workshops begin Monday evening at 6 pm at the Log Cabin. Open to the public. See the news item on our website for more information.
Our first Public Forum on the proposed Facilities Plan will take place on February 13 at 6:30 p.m. at Harrison Middle School. All are invited to view the proposal, ask questions, and share ideas.
We will be sharing our Proposed 2019 School Budget with the School Committee on Thursday, January 25 at 7:00 p.m. at the Log Cabin. This meeting is open to the public.