Job Opportunity Dishwasher @ Clayton's Cafe After School 3-7:30pm and Saturdays 11-5pm. 1-4 shifts available. Duties include washing pots,pans,utensils; trash removal,sweeping,mopping and restocking. Must be 16+years old and have reliable transportation. Apply in person with Jami or Taylor
Thursday, period 3 - Dr. Meir will speak to the entire school After period 2 - please report to the YPAC
Volunteers needed to help with track meet Hello YHS Students, Yarmouth is hosting a high school track meet next Friday May 6th 3:30-6:30. We have plenty of slots for students to fill for community service hours. Mary Thorpe is our meet director and if you are interested in helping please contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you in advance for your consideration, track meets require a lot of organization and we need all the help we can get! Thank you, Susan L. Robbins Athletic Director
Community Service Opportunity Southern Maine Heart Walk 5K and Kids Heart Challenge - Sunday, May 15th from 8-2 at 68 Marginal Way. Please contact Meredith McNeil at email@example.com or 207-714-0945 if you are interested!
The Bike Swap is looking for volunteers! Volunteers are needed to help with the bike swap.... If you are available, please sign up below...or contact Jim Jenkins if you have questions. Community Bike Swap Saturday, May 7, 2016, from 9-11 am Drop-off Friday, May 6 from 4-8 pm At Yarmouth Elementary School Cleaning out your garage or shed? Bring your wheeled items to YES on Friday afternoon and evening. Volunteers will help price your items and check the tires. Come and shop Saturday from 9:00-11:00 am. This is a great place to purchase bikes for your growing child! 20% of the proceeds benefit the K-8 PTO. We need your help for a successful event! Please sign up at: http://vols.pt/95YGmb Or contact Jim Jenkins at 620-0117, firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior Class meeting - 5/4 @ 8:45 in YPAC
Parking is getting tight at YHS Dear Students, The growth of YHS not only presents some incredible opportunities for our school, but some challenges as well. As we have quickly realized this year, our facilities were not built for a school larger than 500 students, which is difficult considering that our student population has now reached 546. That being said, as more students get their licenses, parking is becoming more and more limited. In the future, we may need to look at a system of parking passes/stickers, but for now, we need to ensure: Access areas are not blocked for emergency vehicles Handicapped parking areas must remain available for those who need them. Upperclassmen have enough spaces The Student Senate has been working with administration in order to find a short-term solution for the rest of this school year. In order to ensure that we meet all three of the aforementioned expectations, administration and facilities will allow students to park in areas that we normally use for guests during major school events. Specifically, these areas include: The grassy hill in the back parking lot Extra Bus parking by the baseball field In order to make this plan work, students need to use these spaces appropriately and do their best to avoid damage to the facilities. A reminder to new drivers that they need to stop by the office and provide registration information to Ms. Lainey or Ms. Lucien. Thank you for your patience and understanding. -YHS Student Senate
Job Opportunity We are looking for a couple hosts/bussers at Bistro 233. Interested candidates should be 16+ and be available 2-3 evenings a week. The hours are from 5pm-9pm (sometimes earlier then 9pm). Pay is $8/hr plus tips. They can come in and speak with Amanda or Sam, fill out an app or drop a resume.