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DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS - BLUE DAY - 5/25/2016

posted May 25, 2016, 5:50 AM by Jennifer Lainey

YHS Girls soccer players YHS Girls soccer players, Coach Thornton would like to meet with all girls interested in playing soccer in the Fall on Wednesday, May 25th 2:30 in room 211. In the meeting he will be address summer soccer and expectations regarding the fall season. If you have a Spring contest and are not able to come due to the conflict please contact Coach Thornton directly at jthornton@globalpremiersoccer.com


Earn Community Service Hours - help needed at the ice cream social Volunteers are needed at the Yarmouth PTO ice cream social to help serve up ice cream. The date is June 1 from 6:00-7:30 @ Rowe School. For more information contact Sarah Day at yarmouthpto04096@gmail.com


Canadian college visits - Wednesday, 5/25 Saint Mary's University and Nova Scotia College of Art and Design will be visiting the guidance office tomorrow at 11:00am. Below is a bit of information about these two Canadian schools. If you would like to meet with the representative, you need to get a pass from guidance and permission from your 4B teacher. ______________________________ NSCAD is a place for curious minds to freely explore. A place for critical thinkers. NSCAD University is one of the best Fine Arts & Design institutions in Canada. For over 125 years NSCAD has offered a rigorous, Interdisciplinary educational experience that is unlike any other art school in the country. Our commitment is to experimentation, progressive thinking and cutting edge art & design. Some of the most innovative creators of the last century have marched through our halls and spent their days (and nights) in our studios. After leaving NSCAD, members of our alumni community go on to transform ideas into reality, fueling the creative economy and accomplishing singularly amazing things. Founded in 1802, Saint Mary’s University has a long history of academic excellence in teaching and research. Located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, our campus is home to 7,400 students from over 100 countries and is recognized as having one of the most internationalized student populations in Canada. Saint Mary’s is home to one of Canada’s leading Business schools, a Science Faculty widely known for its cutting-edge research, a comprehensive and innovative Arts Faculty, a Bachelors of Environmental Studies and a strong Engineering program. Students will add a competitive edge to their degree with work and study opportunities in every faculty.


Community Service Opportunity - Clam Festival The Yarmouth Chamber of Commerce is looking for volunteers to help at their booth at Clam Festival in July! Community service hours will be awarded. They are looking for someone who is organized, follows directions, and has a great attitude. If you are interested, please contact Chelsie DiConzo at 846-3984 or info@yarmouthmaine.org. Thank you!


Grade 9 class meeting WEDNESDAY @ 8:45 in YPAC After attendance report to the YPAC


10th grade class meeting WEDNESDAY @ 8:45 in CAFE After attendance in advisor, head to the cafe

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