Last weekend debate state championship. YHS won the Sportsmanship Award!! Joshua Leinwand won the State for Lincoln-Douglas Novice. There are 3 students going to the first nationals Kate Siegel, Maddie Corson, and Mary Psyhogeos. YHS placed second overall in the state.
The Civil Rights team is leading a celebration of Women's History Month in March with daily posts by YHS students and staff about notable women in history and contemporary society. Follow along on our Instagram (@YHSCRT) or public facebook page: https://bit.ly/3q00xC8
Yarmouth Debate won sweeps for the fourth tournament in a row. Maddy Corson placed first in the Senate. Also winning gold were Kate Siegel and Emerson Pardales, both in House chambers. Spencer Moore also placed in the Top 5 for the first time, earning fourth in the same chamber as Emerson. They also made it onto the board in Lincoln-Douglas this week as well (Oscar O'Donnell's trailblazing earlier in the season is paying off!) thanks to Joshua Leinwand, who earned third place in the novice division in his very first at-bat. This was the last normal tournament of the season. After break it's off to championships and qualifiers!
Congratulations to Jack Vigue - DAR Good Citizen Maine State Scholarship Essay Winner (Topsham-Brunswick Chapter)
The Extended Learning Opportunity Presentations will be on Wednesday, January 27. Seniors at 5:00 PM, Juniors at 6:30 PM. Here is the program with the live stream link. http://bit.ly/YHSelo
Congratulations to the second place team from YHS in the Thomas Cup Robotics Challenge! Teams of high school students from across the state of Maine competed in a week-long challenge to learn to code a virtual robot to create a specific image. Teams were rewarded for clean and efficient coding, as well as their attention to detail and use of strong coding design features. submissions highlighted collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and computational thinking skills!
Saturday, the Debate team brought home their third gold in a row and the fourth of the whole season bolstered by stunning performances from Mary Psyhogeos (1st in the Senate), Kate Siegel (2nd in the Senate), and Maddy Corson (1st in her House).
We are thrilled to welcome NYC-based actor & filmmaker, Alex Malcolm Mills '06 back to YHS as a panelist in our first "Clipper Connections" career series. At YHS, Mills played the lead in the Footloose musical and won spirit week improv-comedy challenge. #yhsalumni #clipperpride
Happy New Year! The Yarmouth High School Music Department Presents the Virtual Instrumental Winter Concert by Concert Band and Wind Ensemble https://bit.ly/3ndWa4S
From the YHS Choral Students - the annual Winter Concert. Click on the Song title to see and hear the video. https://bit.ly/34C0J2J
Yarmouth earned a first place victory at this weekend's Tournament of Lights In what was the first time in the Senate for both of them, Maddy Corson and Joshua Leinwand each placed. Joshua got fourth, and, incredibly, Maddy took gold, the first time a Yarmouth competitor has won the Senate since the reboot of the team three years ago! In the Houses, Kate Siegel earned first in her chamber, Tyler Lucca earned second in his, and Hope Cady got third in hers. #yhslearns
YAWP open Mic Night - Congratulations to all the performers! Here is he recording: http://bit.ly/3gZ2Cvl
The team of Hannelore Sanokklis, Walter Ruthman, Atticus Prinn, & Milo Sanokklis were the winners of the @ThomasCollege #Coding & #Innovation Challenge - to recreate their favorite childhood story within a Minecraft world. More information here: http://bit.ly/3nrssdA #yhslearns
Congratulations to Elena Miller '22 who won the 2020 Congressional App Challenge Maine’s 1st District. “Scoregenix” is a way for athletes, coaches, and spectators to keep track of scores during baseball and softball games. More information at https://bit.ly/3r2qeUl #yhslearns
Debate Update - Saturday at the "Digital Nutcracker" Debate Tournament, Yarmouth got silver in sweeps thanks to another slew of solid performances. Mary Psyhogeos and Kate Siegel were the MVPs this week, with a first place win in the House and a 3rd place in Senate respectively. Also placing were Joshua Leinwand and Tyler Lucca, who earned 2nd and 4th in their Houses respectively. Maddy Corson technically earned at least 5th and maybe even 4th in her House, but that was not recognized due to a judging error which will hopefully be remedied soon. Deserving of special accolades is Oscar O'Donnell, who became the first Yarmouth competitor to strike out beyond Congressional Debate since we rebooted the team three years ago. He tried his hand at Lincoln-Douglas and appears to have done quite respectably, especially given the obvious challenges. Congratulations All!
Calling all Yarmouth alumni! Would you be willing to share stories about your career and work experience? YHS students want to hear from you! Email email@example.com if you are interested! #ClipperPride #GivingBack #ClipperConnections #YarmouthNetworking
The Yarmouth Debate Team had a strong performance and received a first on Saturday at the first full-fledged tournament of the season, They placed in each chamber and took first in all three Houses. Emerson Pardales, Maddy Corson, and Tyler Lucca all took gold in their chambers, with Joshua Leinwand and Hope Cady each netting a silver and Galen Skinner earning bronze. Camden Olson and his brother Eli Olson got fourth and fifth respectively in their House chambers. Kate Siegel also brought home the bronze in the highly competitive Senate. Mary Psyhogeos got 4th in the Senate, Congratulations!
Grade 9 may not have been able to physically go on their Geology field trip to Portland Head Light - instead, they were able to visit virtually https://www.thinglink.com/video/837887516223733760 Thanks to Mrs. Wilson for the amazing virtual adventure! #yhslearns
School Pictures - Geskus Studio will be at YHS on Friday, September 25th and Monday, September 28th. Please use this link https://bit.ly/2HolO7V to order. Photographers will be available on both of these days from 2 to 3 pm for remote students to have their pictures taken.
The Class of 2020 graduation video from AV Technik is now available here: https://vimeo.com/447127148/85f48bacf9. This VIMEO link will be available for a year, and may be downloaded. Wishing our graduates all the best in their future endeavors!
Tyler Tech named their 2020 Maine App Challenge winners - Congratulations to Parker Harnett '21- 1st Place and Elena Miller '22 - 3rd Place https://bit.ly/37ZehFZ
During this past fall's Journalism & Podcasting class, Audrey Goessling, Mandy Jenkins, Quincy Whipple, and Adriana Whitlock submitted their production to the NPR Student Podcast Challenge. Out approximately 2000 competitors from across the nation they earned an Honorable Mention! Their podcast focused on the relationship between Yarmouth students and the local police department. You can listen to it here https://bit.ly/3dImIYl and read about the competition and other winners here https://n.pr/3h0Qb1E.
The Extended Learning Opportunity Final Projects will be presented at 5:00 PM today (Monday, June 1). If you would like to learn more about the presentations and watch the live stream, please see the program: https://bit.ly/2MkzWOU
Congratulations to Lulu Rasor '19 who won the Youth Competition in Poetry at the 2020 Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance Maine Literary Awards for her poem "Grendel's Mother Takes the Mic"
Make sure to check out the Standing Ovations from #yhsplaymakers all this week on Twitter https://twitter.com/YarmouthHS
John Duffy Presentation Tonight - Navigating the New Age of Parenting. Link here for more information https://bit.ly/2Z1X1xo
YHS is proud to announce that 9th graders Alex Ericson, Macy Gilroy, and Nori Schneider earned second place at the Maine State National History Day competition for their exhibit entitled "The Pandemic of 1918: Its Impacts on Public Health in Maine and Beyond". The team received an invitation to the national competition being held virtually in June. The virtual display they entered in the state competition can be viewed at this link: https://bit.ly/2SDVDNp #yhslearns
Thanks to the organizational prowess of YHS administration, the senior class advisor (Jackie Anderson), and especially the graduation coordinator (Julie Hutchinson), advisors of seniors were able to deliver celebratory signs to each senior in the class of 2020. What a great way to kick off the commencement season from a distance!
Coach of the Year Dylan Thombs, Yarmouth Nordic A 1st head coach, Thombs helped continue a transition following the retirement of legendary Clippers mentor Bob Morse. The Yarmouth girls won their third consecutive state championship.in the highly-competitive Class B state meet.
Please review this Parent’s Guide to Distance Learning link: http://bit.ly/3bdmIhj. It provides you with a summary of our distance learning program, links to important resources available to you and your family, and an explanation of how staff will be checking in on your student.
Students and families may pick up school materials & belongings the next two days at YHS. Please see parent note for more information about pick-up procedures and call the main office (846-5535) with any questions or concerns
Distance Learning begins tomorrow at YHS. Please see this link http://bit.ly/2wg2DrJ for schedule of learning activities. Schedule starts at 9 am, students will NOT be expected to spend the entire day on laptops. Students end the day with online meetings in advisory groups.
Maddie Marston will represent the state of Maine at the Eastern High School Nordic Championships in New York on Friday, March 13.
The following students will be traveling to VT to represent the state of Maine in the New England Nordic Ski Association U16 festival where they will compete against other New England states and New York. Aksel Yeo, Cornelius Welsh, Owen Redfield, Zhi Cowles, Annie Bergeron
Grade 9 students Alex Ericson, Nori Schneider and Macy Gilroy will be attending the National History Day regional competition in Lewiston on Friday, March 6. They are working up an exhibit about the 1919/1920 Spanish Flu Epidemic in Maine. #yhslearns
8th Grade Parent MTG tonight at YHS in the YPAC at 6 pm. Looking forward to meeting the parents of next year's 9th grade class to discuss the transition to high school and answer questions.
Schools are closed in Yarmouth today - Thursday, February 13.
Yarmouth Schools are closed today, Friday, February 7 due to icy roads.
Due to weather, all afternoon activities and events for February 6 have been cancelled at Yarmouth High School. This includes all practices, rehearsals, games, and presentations. Additionally, there will be no late bus.
Wednesday, 2/5, 6:30 p.m. YHS Flex Room How might we better support our children, their friends, and our neighborhoods as teen substance use increases? Join us for a presentation by local experts - in person or via livestream(no sign-in required): https://youtu.be/8wAMYtrhGRU
Yarmouth took third overall at the NSDA District Tournament at the Maine State House today. Kate Siegel earned second in the Senate, which makes her a National Qualifier and the second best debater in the entire Maine district for the 2019/2020 season. This officially earns her an invitation to the National Tournament, her second in as many years. The tournament will be held in Albuquerque in mid June. Meanwhile, Mary Psyhogeos and Maddy Corson both earned spots as alternates in the House, so they may wind up getting invitations of their own before too long. While Georgia Herr and Joshua Leinwand did not earn specific spots as alternates, both broke to the final round of debate, beating out more than a dozen of the toughest debaters in the state for their coveted spots. #yhslearns
Schools will be closed in Yarmouth Thursday, January 16. This is our second school closure of the year, moving our final student day to Friday, June 12.
Yarmouth takes 1st at Winter Blast Debate Tournament in Cape Elizabeth Emerson Pardales placed 1st in his House chamber, Mary Psyhogeos got 2nd in her House chamber, and Maddy Corson and Georgia Herr both earned 3rd in their House chamber. Additionally, Kate Siegel pulled off an impressive 3rd place in the Senate (varsity debate). All these wins netted Yarmouth its first gold medal overall for Sweeps since last year's reboot. It's a great place to be in heading into the two biggest tournaments of the year next weekend and the weekend after!
AP Environmental Science Annual Holiday Sculptures made from finds at the transfer station #yhslearns More photos: https://photos.app.goo.gl/7yWXyhnpr9Ntafzf8
Saturday, the debate team travelled to Poland, coming away with a solid 3rd place overall. Maddy Corson earned 1st in her House, and Kate Siegel impressively took her 2nd silver in a row in the Senate. The Poland tournament is an old debate tradition known as the Nutcracker Sweeps. As such, all awards are in the form of nutcrackers. #yhslearns
The Eighth Annual Poetry Out Loud Recitation Contest was held today in the Performing Arts Center. Participants were Tyler Lucca, Elena Schlax, Isabelle Bragdon, Mary Psyhogeos, Tasha Powers, Michael Oakes, Hannelore Sanokklis, and Olivia Bailey. Olivia will move on to the Southern Maine Regional Finals on February 10. Masters of Ceremony were Tommy Ishmwe and Brie Kelley. Music was provided by Anna Walllace and Davis Young. #yhslearns
Yarmouth students celebrate ‘common values’ with the Day of Hope event, to share ideas and bring the community together. Saturday December 7. http://bit.ly/2OMQ8du
Due to weather conditions, tonight's choral concert has been rescheduled to Monday, December 16th at 7 pm in the YPAC
Yarmouth Schools will be closed Tuesday, Dec. 3 due to the forecast for heavy mid-day snow. With this closing, the final student day of school is moved to Thursday, June 11.
Please note that there will be no activities this afternoon Monday, Dec. 2. All extracurricular practices and events are cancelled, the cafe and library will be closed, and there will be no late bus. Students will need to leave the building by 3 pm due to the approaching weather.
Schools, businesses expand career connections - A new collective will help students gain access and real-world experience. Read about Ellie Ralph's '20 Extended Learning Opportunity http://bit.ly/2OpHj9D
Students attending the Inclusion Revolution Youth Summit. It is designed for students with and without disabilities to come together to learn how Unified Champion Schools can positively change their entire school climate. This event provides professional development opportunities to students and liaison in Unified Sport, Inclusive Youth Leadership and Whole School Engagement as well as networking and sharing best practices with other schools across the state. #yhslearns
Another strong weekend for Yarmouth in Debate. At the Harvest Hoorah Tournament in Falmouth, Yarmouth placed 4th overall thanks to strong performances from Maddy Corson and Kate Siegel, who got 2nd place in the Senate (the debate equivalent of varsity), constituting the highest placement any Yarmouth debater has earned in a single tournament since the team was rebooted last fall! #yhslearns
Yarmouth High School named one of nation's top STEM schools. In commemoration of STEM Day, Newsweek announced a list of the best STEM schools in the United States. These schools are recognized for "skilled teachers who keep up with developments in these fields and who create dynamic learning environments to engage their students." https://www.newsweek.com/ #yhslearns
The following students have been accepted to the MMEA District 2 Honor Choirs. They will be attending the festival at Windham High School Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, 2020. Mixed Choir. 11 students Brown, Fiona Alto 10/12 Corson, Emily Soprano 10/12 Doxsee, Ella Soprano 10/12 Found, Maren Soprano 10/12 Inger, Lexi Soprano 10/12 Kostin, Andrew Bass Lucca, Evan Bass Lucca, Tyler Tenor Maxwell, Ella Alto 10/12 Schlax, Elena Soprano 10/12 Walden, Charlotte Alto 10/12 Treble Choir 11 students Bragdon, Isabelle AGC: Alto Female Chorus (9) Cady, Hope SGC: Soprano Female Chorus (9) Connor, Hillary SMC: Soprano Mixed Chorus (10) Cox-Faxon, Izabel AGC: Alto Female Chorus (11) DeCristoforo, Cloe SMC: Soprano Mixed Chorus (12) Dustin, Lydia AGC: Alto Female Chorus (11) King, Evie AGC: Alto Female Chorus (9) May, Olivia AMC: Alto Mixed Chorus (10) Powell, Liv AGC: Alto Female Chorus (9) Sammon, Emma SGC: Soprano Female Chorus (9) Zimmerman, Ellie SGC: Soprano Female Chorus (11)
Maya Panozzo '22, Bettina Bolese '21, Lerman Waiss '23, and Maddy Corson '22 (from back to front) swearing the Congressional Oath of Office at the Debate Tournament hosted here at YHS this past Saturday, November 2. Corson, Georgia Herr '22, Galen Skinner '22, Conor Wolff '21, and Joshua Leinwand '23 all scored in the Top 5 in their chambers, and Yarmouth took third overall.
Boys’ soccer: Sometimes it’s more than a game Yarmouth wins a lopsided game against Fryeburg, but both teams come away with a good feeling because of goals from two unlikely scorers. #yhslearns http://bit.ly/2l4bMxS
Congratulations to YHS Senior Sarah Smith for qualifying as a National Merit Semi-Finalist!
Tomorrow on Wednesday, September 11th, Geskus Photography will be here for school pictures. For picture order forms, please check your email.
Have a great summer! The 2019 Summer Assignments are listed at http://bit.ly/2019assignments #yhslearns
Congratulations to Michael Guertler '19 - Maine App Challenge winners take home $10,000 in scholarships http://bit.ly/2MQWx8J
YHS Psychology Students have been reading articles about psychological studies to inform the way we live our lives. Please explore, and we hope you learn a bit about the psychology in your life! https://yarmouthpsychblog.weebly.com/
Organized by the Civil Rights Team, Yarmouth High School welcomed new citizens on April 11th. http://bit.ly/2ICwEpA
Congratulations to Hannah Grant, Zoe Hardel, Abby VanLonkhuyzen, members of the NAfME All-Eastern Orchestra; Flan Sheahan member of the All-Eastern Band; and Vicky Williams, member of the All-Eastern Mixed Chorus. These students recently attended the festival in Pittsburgh, worked with phenomenal guest conductors and participated in concerts with students from 13 states in the Northeast.
April is 💸 FINANCIAL LITERACY MONTH! 💸 In order to help you be in the know, Mrs. Harrington's period 4W Economics class created this website full of useful tips and tricks. #yhslearns http://bit.ly/2UhMxIY
This evening, Grade 9 presented their Power of One Projects and Grades 10 and 11 presented their Career Exploration experiences to parents. #yhslearns
Registration Conferences are tonight and tomorrow night. If you haven't checked out all the new courses, you can access the Course of Studies bit.ly/YHSCOS
Yarmouth Playmakers take First Place in Regionals! Acting Awards to: Loey Waterman, Sarah Smith, Ian MacGillivray and Jack Vigue Special Judges' Commendations to: Stage Manager, Excellently called show - Mike Belley Outstanding Backstage support - Backstage Crew Outstanding Props - Maddie Hayes, Anushka Canfield Outstanding Set - Technical Theatre Classes
Congratulations to YHS senior Wyatt Bates, who has made it to the POL (Poetry Out Loud) State Finals! He will be performing on March 11th at the Waterville Opera House, 1 Common Street, Waterville. Doors open to the public at 2:30 p.m. and the event begins at 3 p.m.
Yarmouth Schools CLOSED, Monday, March 4.
Students competed at the Robotics state championships in South Portland this past weekend. https://goo.gl/abc3C8
New website connects students to charities - Congratulations to Zoe Siegel and Parker Harnett, sophomores at YHS https://goo.gl/cQWvmg
Congratulations to YHS senior Wyatt Bates, who is a regional finalist for this year's Poetry Out Loud competition. Wyatt will compete in the finals held in Waterville at the Opera House on March 11th.
No school Wednesday, February 13.
Pay Attention - a Student Art Exhibit at the Yarmouth Historical Society from Wed. Feb. 13 - Wed. Feb 27. Students worked on this project with visiting artist Tim Christensen - Art Prints, Poems, and Sculptures will be on view. Opening Celebration, with refreshments and a related poetry reading, this Friday, Feb. 15, from 4:45 - 5:45. Please join us to celebrate the incredible art students made to encourage others to Pay Attention to local animals.
Holly Houston will be recognized as the 2019 Art Educator of the Year for Maine at the upcoming National Art Education Association conference. Congratulations Ms. Houston!
Congratulations to Isabel Brennan '19 for being recognized by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards for her role as a Lunch Crunch leader https://spirit.prudential.com/honoree/2019/me/isabel-brennan
Two-Hour delay, Wednesday, January 30, 2019: There will be a two-hour delay to the start of school in Yarmouth. Because today would normally be a one-hour late start for the High School, we will begin classes at YHS only one additional hour later than the typical Wednesday schedule (10:00 a.m.). Buses will run two hours later than normal for the morning pick-up. The school day will end at the normal time.
It's time for the YHS Career Exploration Program to kick off. If you, or someone you know, would like to host a student in March for 3 days, please check the information at http://bit.ly/yhscep and get in touch with the office. #yhslearns
Congratulations to the students who presented their Extended Learning Opportunity experiences. You amazed and moved us! Presentations will be available at https://goo.gl/UV8CyU #yhslearns.
Congratulations to this year’s Poetry Out Loud winner, Wyatt Bates, as well as runner-up Hannah Grant. For the second year in a row, Wyatt will be representing YHS at the POL Southern Maine Regional Finals on February 11 at the Westbrook Middle School Performing Arts Center.
AP Environmental Students constructed creative holiday sculptures out of all recycled materials. #yhslearns Slideshow: https://goo.gl/Bk7d9D
Monday December 17: Two hour delay t o the start of school. Buses will run 2 hours later than their normal start time.. school day will end at the normal time.
PPH Maine Observer: Hearing early on the call to teach A mother's gift of four old school desks helped a girl discover her life's work by Deborah Johansen (YHS Staff) http://bit.ly/2G7goNu #yhslearns
The Hour of Code is a national campaign to introduce students to computer science during Computer Science Education Week. On Thursday, the 9th grade participated in activities designed to spark creativity. After a kick off from Julianna and Jake from Tyler Technologies, students had a choice of various coding activities, creating with soft circuits, solving puzzles on a Turing Tumble, experiencing Alternate Reality MergeCubes, and learning more about the STEM courses we offer. Students can continue working at home by going to the website bit.ly/yhscodes
Join YHS students for The Day of Hope this Saturday, December 8th at 11 am to hear six inspirational Maine leaders talk about where they find hope and how they use hope to make a positive impact on the community. The conference will be held at the Yarmouth High School Auditorium, and tickets can be bought online at www.dayofhopemaine.com. Come swing by this student organized event and start the holiday season of right with love and optimism!
YHS Students honored for District Two Mixed Choir - Wyatt Bates, Evan Lucca, Ethan Blake, Vicky Williams, Izabel, Cox-Faxon, Lydia Dustin, Gabby Colby-George, Isabella, Serrano, Olivia Feeley, Ellie Zimmerman, Tyler Lucca, Ian MacGillivray, and Will Moffatt.
YHS students honored for District Two Honors Band - Evan Lucca, Tyler Lucca, and Parker Harnett; and District Two Honors Orchestra - Lydia Dustin. Congratulations!
YHS students recognized for District 2 Honors Choir! Congrats Olivia May, Charlotte Walden, Fiona Brown, Ella Maxwell, Delaney McDonough, Ella Doxsee, grade 9, Elena Schlax, Cloe DeCristoforo, Maren Found, Emily Corson, Hillary Connor, Lexi Inger, Tori Kendeigh, Corrine Rivera
Tuesday, November 27: There will be a Two-Hour Delay to the opening of school today. Buses will run two hours behind the normal schedule. The school day will end at the regular time.
Tuesday, November 20 2018: Due to inclement weather, there will be no school in the Yarmouth School Department today. With this cancellation, the last day of school for the 2018-2019 school year is now scheduled for Friday, June 14.
James and the Giant Peach is ON for tonight- Friday November 16th
Yarmouth High School students successfully lobby for 'minority holiday' policy https://goo.gl/cCEyKP
YHS students Pie and Lulu were recently selected for the Telling Room Young Emerging Authors Fellowship. They will be publishing their books in August of 2019. Check out the link here - https://www.tellingroom.org/programs/YEA
The Box Office is Open! James and The Giant Peach ticket information is now available https://goo.gl/bwXX5Q
The Government classes will be running a mock election this Wednesday, the 31st during extended advisory. Results will be published to the school and analyzed by several students for a class project. The election is being organized by Conor Wolf '21. . Lucy Shamel '19 created a voter guide. This guide is a great resource for voting next Tuesday in the official midterm elections. https://sites.google.com/yarmouthschools.org/yhsmockmiderm2018/home
Great feature on YHS teacher Emily Davison's work with the Red Sox. https://www.newscentermaine.com/mobile/article/sports/mainer-teaches-english-to-red-sox-prospects/97-607726716
No School - Tuesday October 16 Power outages continue throughout town, including all four schools, and power lines are down on West Elm Street. Therefore, school is cancelled in Yarmouth for Tuesday, October 16.
'College Essay' by Marita O'Neill in today's Portland Press Herald. https://www.pressherald.com/2018/09/30/deep-water-college-essay-by-marita-oneil/
National Merit Scholarship semifinalists announced. Congratulations to Wyatt Bates, Michael Guertler and Abigail VanLonkhuyzen #yhslearns
Looking for Summer assignments? They're posted on the Guidance webpage: bit.ly/guidanceyhs
Sports Information Night - Monday August 13th at 6PM.
Yarmouth Clam Festival raises money for schools https://wgme.com/news/local/yarmouth-clam-festival-raises-money-for-schools
What does Mrs. Davison do in the summer? Watch this video to find out! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGDqaIxTBeM&t=7m30s #yhslearns
Summer Assignments are on the Guidance Page: https://sites.google.com/a/yarmouthschools.org/yhs/guidance
Roya Best '18 has been selected for "The Maine Student Photography" Exhibit - a juried show. shown at Portland Public Library 5 Monument Square Portland, ME 04101 June 16 - Opening reception 2-4pm at the Rines Auditorium The exhibition will run through July 7, and will be open to the public for the July 6 First Friday Art Walk.
Orvis News - Spring Landlocked Salmon & Trout in Maine featuring Liam Ireland '20 fly fishing and filmed by Sam Marjerison '19 https://goo.gl/rMG12C
Tonight's Extended Learning Opportunity Presentations will take place in the YPAC starting at 5:30 PM. Come see what student interest projects have been going on all spring #yhslearns
Yarmouth High student wins app challenge contest. Congratulations to Michael Guertler '19 who will share $10,000 in college scholarships. https://goo.gl/bYhDro
On Monday, June 4th Students in the Extended Learning Opportunity Program will present their final projects in the YPAC at 5:30 PM. Join us for these fantastic passion based presentations. #yhslearns
Channel 6 Sports will interview some of the E-car team and watch one of the cars run tonight at 6PM. Aaron Densmore '18, Will Lenardson 19, Phil Bock '19, and Illiyan Pelletier '19 represented YHS.
Watch the Live Feed of the YHS Electrathon Car Race. Starts about 10 AM EST (Today - 5/18) https://goo.gl/DkQa3s #yhslearns @YEF_Maine
Yarmouth art teacher sets 'platinum standard' Congratulations to Holly Houston, Maine Art Educator of the Year https://goo.gl/CjQoip
Thank you to the Yarmouth Choral Singers for joining us at the Student Senate Assembly this morning. You can hear us sing! https://goo.gl/rM5SJm #yhslearns
Chamber Choir performing Requiem at Merrill Auditorium 4/9/2018 https://photos.app.goo.gl/BcoOAmQ5oBf9I9lA3 #yhslearns
Henry IV and Lady Bird! New Articles in the Clippings! https://sites.google.com/a/yarmouthschools.org/clippings-2017-18/home #yhslearns
THE MAINE STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW First Annual Juried Gallery Show Selected Photographs will be Exhibited at Maine College of Art June 1 - June 16, 2018 Award Ceremony June 16, 2018 For more information go to: http://www.mainestudentphotographyshow.com/
Henry! Tonight at 3:30 and 6:30 PM in the YPAC. $4 is the suggested donation. #yhslearns
Last night, Students presented their Power of One projects to parents and community members #yhslearns http://powerof1.yarmouthschools.org/
Seniors participated in workshops today - Financial Fitness, Basic car Maintenance, Cooking with Currier https://goo.gl/JVXyez #yhslearns
Over the next 3 days, all 10th and 11th graders are involved in the Career Exploration Program learn first-hand about possible careers. bit.ly/yhscep
Congratulations to Holly Houston - the 2018 Maine Art Educator of the Year awarded by the Maine Art Education Association
Congratulations to Pie and Lulu Rasor! Both were accepted to the BreadLoaf Young Writer’s Conference at Middlebury and also won awards at the Maine Scholastic Writing Awards this year.
Congratulations to our YHS Playmakers! First Place, Class A Regionals All festival Cast Acting Awards for: Nick Prato Nicky Howard-Rogers Meghan Smith Eva Yeo Eliza Waterman Judges Commendations to: Tech Theatre Classes for the Set Anna Ruprecht for Costume Design Ethan Hunt for Sound Design Ensemble Acting (for the entire cast) Stage Managing Award for Isabelle Dow
Congratulations to Wyatt Bates '19 Finalist for the Southern Maine Regional Poetry Out Loud https://goo.gl/eyimvF
It’s the Spirit Week Final Day - Color Day! Seniors-Red Juniors-Black Sophomores-Orange Freshman-Pink The day ends in a giant assembly. #clipperpride
It’s Spirit Week - Today is Fashion Disaster Day! What wacky combinations will we see? #clipperpride
It’s Spirit Week - Today is all about the Elements. Seniors-Fire Juniors-Wind Sophomores-Earth and Freshman-Water #clipperpride
It’s Spirit Week - Today is Character Day. Who or what are you going to dress up as? #clipperpride
Teenagers and Stress: Where to Turn When Life Gets Tough by Isabelle King '19 in the Clippings https://goo.gl/uVFvTR
Congrats to Mairen O'Neill ’19, Taylor Hooper-White ’18, and Sam Marjerison ’19 who received recognition at the Scholastic Art awards ceremony held at MECA on Saturday.
6 members of the Yarmouth High School swim team have been singing the national anthem at their meets before diving into the pool. https://goo.gl/w7hige
Due to the forecast for a snowstorm starting tomorrow afternoon, we will be closing Yarmouth Schools early on Wednesday. February, 7, 2018. YHS will be dismissed at 11:15 a.m.
Congratulations to Olivia O’Halloran ’18 as a finalist for Maine's Top Youth Volunteers Of 2018 from The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. https://goo.gl/rd6tbi
New articles in the Clippings Magazine by Isabel King '19 and Anushka Canfield '21 https://goo.gl/G75tiq
Congrats to the recipients of the Scholastic Writing Awards of Maine Hannah Grant,’19, Rose Rasor ’19 Paige Reinfelder ’19 Brienne Hathcock ’20 and Isabelle King ’19 https://goo.gl/oP7mj1 #yhslearns
Second Quarter and First Semester Grades can be accessed on PowerSchool on Tuesday January 30th.
No school on Monday 1/15
Reminder: There is no school on Monday, January 15, 2018