the Rowe office at 207-846-3771.
If you have not yet scheduled an appointment for your child to come in for a screening, please call
If you have a child who will be five on or before October 15, 2017,We will be holding Kindergarten Screening on May 3, May 4, and May 5.
please call Rowe School (207-846-3771) to register your child for
Principal Ellen Honan welcomes Rowe School students for a celebration of Dr. Seuss's birthday and the importance of reading for Read Across America Day.
Rowe Students celebrated the 100th Day of School with a Community Meeting and the collection of sets of 100 pennies for a total of $235. Jared Conant, student at HMS and Maine Muscular Dystrophy Goodwill Ambassador, participated in the meeting and arranged for the money raised by the students to be donated to the Yarmouth Food Pantry as he is raising money and collecting food to donate in lieu of presents for his upcoming 13th birthday.
The Yarmouth School Department submits storm closings to the stations listed below.
School closings and delays will be posted on the Yarmouth School Department Web Site [http://www.yarmouthschools.org] whenever possible under “District News and Announcements”.
All parents and staff will also be emailed. Closing and delayed start information whenever possible.
You may want to use one of the local news stations services to get text or email notifications (standard text and data rates apply) for storm closures of the Yarmouth Schools.
WCSH (NBC) - Text Message
WGME (CBS) - Text Message
WMTW (ABC) - Email or Text Message
Each year we have several children in our school with allergies. Some allergies are mild, while some are life threatening. For the health and safety of all children, we are requesting your assistance in the following ways.
If your child is in a classroom with another child with peanut/nut allergies, the classroom teacher will be asking you to avoid sending such snacks with your child. You may need to read snack labels to determine whether it contains peanut/nut products.
There will be several tables in our cafeteria that are peanut/nut-free. Several tables will also be available where children will sit if they have a lunch containing peanut/nut products. Each table will be clearly marked with pictures, and teachers will review the seating options with children. It would be most helpful to us if you told your child in the morning if the lunch has peanuts/nuts in it.
Please have a discussion with your child about not swapping food with other children. Classroom teachers will also review this rule with children.
We also request that food not be sent in to celebrate your child’s birthday. Each teacher will honor your child’s special day with a classroom celebration that will not involve food. There will be times throughout the year when we will celebrate with healthy snacks, but we have made a school decision to eliminate food for birthdays. We thank you in advance for respecting this request. We honor the District Wellness Policy that encourages healthy snacks and nutrition.
We thank you for your part in helping to keep our children healthy and safe.