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posted Sep 28, 2017, 5:03 AM by Jennifer Lainey

Yarmouth High School Bulletin for Thursday, September 28, 2017 String key was not found!

College Visits to YHS - starting soon! Juniors & Seniors - College visits will begin soon. Please refer here to see the list of visits. If students want to attend a visit they must get a pass from guidance and permission from their teacher for the period of the visit in order to attend the meeting.

College visits to Guidance this week Week of September 25-29 Monday, September 25 Hamilton College, Representative: Jack Nivison, 8:30am College of Charleston, Representative: Dakotah Flynn, 9:30 Juniata College, Representative: Kat Swantak, 2:00pm Tuesday, September 26 University of Chicago, Representative: Eloise Hyman, 8:30am Ursinus College, Representative: David Babb, 9:15 Salve Regina University, Representative: Tenley Sodeur, 10:00am Marist College, Representative: Jaclyn Fitzgerald, 11:30am Union College, Representative: Vernon Castillo, 1:15pm University of Connecticut, Representative: Emma Corbett, 2:00pm Wednesday, September 27 Lehigh University, Representative: Neil Gongo, 9:30am Mount Holyoke College, Representative: TBD, 10:00am Goucher College, Representative: Corky Surbeck, 12:00pm Eckerd College, Representative: Alexander Zielinski, 1:15pm University of Richmond, Representative: Julie Du Pont, 2:15pm Thursday, September 28 Connecticut College, Representative: Benjamin Brown, 8:15am University of Colorado Boulder, Representative: Malerie Barnes, 9:00am Champlain College, Representative: Nicole Lentine, 10:00am St. Joseph’s College of Maine, Representative: Phoebe Chamberlin, 11:30am Colby-Sawyer College, Representative: Kelsey Campbell, 1:00pm St. Anselm College, Representative: Lee Joyce, 1:45pm Friday, September 29 Western New England University, Representative: Jenna Lussier, 8:15am Newbury College, Representative: Kristen Gallant, 9:30am Assumption College, Representative: Allyson Martin, 10:30am Roanoke College, Representative: Elise Bennett, 11:30am Whitman College, Representative: Elena Becker, 12:15pm

Creative Writing Day - October 20 Hey YHS!! Creative Writing Day is coming up! It will be on October 20th and sign ups will begin on October 2nd. For those of you who don't know what Creative Writing Day is, it's essentially an in school field trip where you spend all day writing with guest authors. It's lots of fun and you'll get to meet and work with tons of different creative people! Keep your eyes peeled for an email coming next week with sign ups! Please feel free to email with any questions! Thanks so much, Isabelle King and Lulu Rasor

Job Opportunity Bay Square is looking for part-time, year-round help in their dining department. These are paid dishwashing/serving positions. Applicants should be able to interact w/ residents & staff, be organized & clean, punctual, reliable, and able to work some evenings, weekends, and holidays. We have a fun, professional, team oriented approach to serving our residents fine meals every day. Please apply in person at Bay Square @ Yarmouth, 27 Forest Falls Drive. We are across the street from the Yarmouth Post Office.

Community Service Opportunity Fall Workday This Weekend First Fall Work Day 2017 Date: Saturday September 30th Time: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Meet : Tyler Technologies Parking Lot - off Tyler Drive (relocated from the Exit 15 Park & Ride) Please help us celebrate the Great Maine Outdoor Weekend by joining us to spruce up the West Side Trail. The popularity of the trail among walkers, runners and riders comes at the price of extra wear and tear that needs some serious attention. The trails have been built, paid for and are maintained by volunteers, and we need your help to keep them in tip top shape. Meet at the new Tyler Parking lot and head back on the blue trail. There's a map at the end of this email showing the parking (it's finished now!!) and work area locations. There something to do for everyone. This is not just an exercise in moving gravel. We need: Painters to redo trail blazes Trimmers to cut roots, vines and branches that are growing into the trail Rakers to smooth out the trail Builders to spruce up and build boardwalks Haulers to spread gravel in low spots and around exposed roots We all love West Side Trail and need to pitch in this fall to keep it up or risk long closures in the spring mud season. We have shifted the work day from the new trailhead at the Exit 15 Park & Ride because that work will be done with heavy machinery and the existing trail is in need of a lot of sprucing up. If you haven't seen the new trailhead at the Park & Ride (finished on Friday), we encourage you to take a peek to see what the new trail will look like. If you can't make it on Saturday, we will be doing prep work on Friday and could always use a hand. Just let me know. West Side Trail has been built and is being maintained by volunteers. If you have enjoyed the trails over the years, we hope that you will take a few hours to help us maintain it. This is also a great way for students to earn community service hours. Bring work gloves, sturdy shoes (some wet areas), hard rakes, wheelbarrows and shovels. We'll have plenty of water and home baked chocolate chip cookies.

Homemade pancakes and waffles - Fridays Beginning this Friday, we will be offering homemade pancakes and waffles with our usual breakfast favorites on Friday mornings. Pancakes and Waffles hot off the griddle with Maine Blueberry Sauce, Syrup or Strawberries!! Hope to see you all here in the cafe! The Yarmouth High School Nutrition Team