Update: with rerouting, Bus #8 may only be 5 minutes behind schedule this morning. We encourage riders to be ready at the regular time, and to be patient as we plug this gap in our services. Thank you.
Due to a driver shortage, Yarmouth Bus #8 will be approximately 15 minutes behind schedule during the morning pick-up today (Monday, 12/5). Thank you for your patience.
Are you interested in sharing your expertise with Yarmouth students? We are looking for community partners to connect with students in a number of ways, from participating in job fairs to hosting job shadows! Our students are thrilled to hear from you! Fill out this brief survey to let us know how you can be involved:
Tonight at USM our volleyball team is going for “back-to-back” titles in the state finals at 8:30! Go Clippers!
Big Congratulations to the following YHS students; they will be participating in the Jazz All-State Festival at Bangor High School Jan. 12-14, 2023.
August Flynn, grade 9 - SATB choir (voice)
Mia Cyr, grade 11 Blue Orenstein, grade 10, Chloe Troy, grade 10 - SSAA choir (voice)
Joquin Peterson-Bonville, grade 12 - Honors Jazz Band
David Dealaman, grade 11 - SATB choir (drums)
YFD has declared the school safe. Classes are back in session at Yarmouth High School.
A sensor in one of the science labs has caused evacuation of Yarmouth High School. All students and staff are waiting safely outside while YFD investigates.
Congratulations to YHS students Ean Canfield, Levi Herr, and Ian Gilbertson and their teacher Tom Pitman -- the team placed 3rd out of 12 cars racing in the Classic Class at the Electrathon competition in Connecticut. This is part of Mr. Pitman's electric car class. Go Clippers!
Ms. Wooten’s AP Bio class forming a DNA molecule. Great Stuff!
Power outages have occurred at Yarmouth HS, Frank Harrison MS, and Yarmouth Elementary School. Lunches are being served, and students and staff are making the most of a technology-free day. We’ll keep you posted. Rowe School does have power at this time.
Yarmouth Elementary School principal Ryan Gleason is in Washington, DC, being recognized as a National Distinguished Principal. Congratulations, Mr. Gleason!
Photos from today’s screening and panel discussion of the documentary, Le Carrefour/The Intersection. Kudos to our world language teachers for such an enriching experience for YHS students!
What a joy to walk by such impressive student artwork everyday!
Another beautiful day in Clipperville!
So proud of our YHS students. Dorcas Bolese did such a nice job as emcee of our school-wide assembly!
Ms. Wilson rocking her 4W Earth and Physical Science class with an activity on the Core Values!