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DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS - WHITE DAY - 12/13/2017

posted Dec 13, 2017, 7:57 AM by Jennifer Lainey

Looking for a cool gift for friends and family? Looking for a cool gift for friends and family? Yarmouth Clippers water bottles are now $20!


Lost & Found items Please remember to check the lost and found table for your missing items.


Semi-formal - Friday, December 15th - tickets on sale Hey YHS! The semi formal dance is coming up on Friday, December 15 from 7-10pm in the cafe! The theme is A Starry Night We will be selling tickets during both lunches for $10 the week of December 10th. -2020 Class Council


Clipper Catch-up this Friday, 12/15 We will be having our December Clipper Catch-Up this Friday, December 15th! Just to get the ball rollin' it might be a good idea to take a gander at your Powerschool and check in with any blue day teachers you may have to meet with during Clipper Catch Up. During this Clipper Catch Up, we will also be opening up the cafeteria for students to work on group projects!


Unified Basketball - info night 12/19 Hello Clipper Fans, The Unified Basketball Season will begin on Monday, January 8th. We will hold an informational meeting for those interested in playing on Tuesday, December 19th 6:00 in the Flex Room. I have attached the MPA Unified Basketball Bulletin if you would like to learn more about the program, as well as the first draft of the schedule. Please use the link below to sign up to participate. In the meantime, if you have any questions please drop by the athletic office. Sign up in the this announcement found in the YHS student email. GO CLIPPERS!


If you are looking for a fun challenge, Google is offering the following: If you are looking for a fun challenge, Google is offering the following: Google’s eighth annual Google Code-in calls on students aged 13–17 to complete coding tasks on open source projects, with the aim of exposing teenagers to open source software development. To date, some 4,500 students have participated in the Google Code-in challenge, completing more than 23,000 tasks. For this year’s Code-in, 25 organizations are providing mentoring for participants, including Ubuntu, Drupal, Wikimedia, and JBoss. The projects range from machine translation to games to medical records systems. Students with little or no coding experience can participate. Students’ work will be judged by participating organizations on creativity, quality, and satisfaction of task requirements. One grand-prize winner will be flown to Google headquarters in California. Other prizes include sweatshirts for finalists, T-shirts for those who complete three or more tasks, and certificates of completion for those who complete one or more tasks. The 2017 Google Code-in website provides complete details for teachers and students, including rules and restrictions, as well as guides and other resources. A unique part of the contest is that each task has mentors from the organization assigned should students have questions or need help along the way. Deadline: Code-in runs through January 17, 2018

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