Governor Mills has removed the physical distancing restrictions from Maine schools for the Fall of 2021. Read more here: https://www.yarmouthschools.org/article/477541
QUICK REMINDER to families of students who received their first COVID-19 vaccination at Yarmouth Schools' May 19 clinic. The second dose is available TODAY until noon time at Harrison Middle School. Thank you!
Yarmouth's voters approved the 2021-22 School Budget by a vote of 1246-489 on Tuesday. Thank you to all who voted! Congratulations to Newell Augur, Kate Shub and Jeremy Fischer on their election to School Committee. Read more at https://www.yarmouthschools.org/article/477191
Please remember to vote on the School Budget and Town elections today (TUESDAY, JUNE 8). Polls are open at Yarmouth High School until 8:00 p.m.
To provide as little disruption to family schedules as possible, Yarmouth Schools will hold a regular school day today (Tuesday, June 8). Families may make individual decisions about dismissing their students early if they feel being at school is too uncomfortable.
Please be reminded of Wednesday's COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Harrison Middle School in Yarmouth for students 12 years of age or older. For more information: https://www.yarmouthschools.org/article/464112
The Governor's proposed budget would bring an additional $1.1m in state aid to Yarmouth Schools, lowering the impact of next year's school budget to a 1.7% increase on property taxes. Please vote on or before June 8! FMI https://yarmouth.me.us/elections
Families interested in COVID-19 vaccinations for children aged 12 and up should check their email or the Yarmouth Schools website (https://www.yarmouthschools.org/article/454921) for more information on school-based clinics operated by Northern Light Health.
Please remember to vote on the school budget and other town election items. Information on absentee voting is provided at https://yarmouth.me.us/elections. If you prefer to vote on election day, polls will be open at YHS from 6 am to 8 pm on June 8.
Due to a limited number of doses for Saturday's pop-up vaccination clinic at Yarmouth Pointe, please email Gro Flatebo (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in securing a spot.
Free pop-up vaccination clinic coming to Yarmouth on Saturday, May 8 from 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. at 1 Juniper Drive! Moderna or Johnson and Johnson vaccine available for anyone 18 or older.
Rapid COVID-19 testing will be provided Wednesdays and Sundays at YHS through the end of this school year for all Yarmouth students. Read more here: https://www.yarmouthschools.org/article/439916
As we return to greater in-person learning, please be reminded: 1. The speed limit around our schools is 15 MPH. 2. Drivers must stop for pedestrians in crosswalks. 3. It is illegal to pass a stopped school bus with flashing red lights. Please help us keep our students safe.
Additional COVID-19 testing is being offered at YHS tomorrow (Wednesday, April 28) from 11:00 - 1:00 for all Yarmouth students. Read more here, and check parent emails for details: https://www.yarmouthschools.org/article/439916
If you know of anyone aged 16 or older who is still in need of COVID-19 vaccination, MidCoast Hospital in Brunswick has plenty of appointments available. Log in at http://www.midcoasthealth.com/clinics/ to sign up today!
Due to a shortage of drivers, Yarmouth Schools must adjust the RED LINE bus run tomorrow morning (Monday, April 26). RED LINE students should expect to be picked up 10-15 minutes later than normal on Monday morning.
Maine has updated its travel guidance just ahead of the upcoming school vacation week. Read more here: https://www.maine.gov/doe/sites/maine.gov.doe/files/inline-files/Travel%20Guide%204.8.21.pdf
Students aged 16 and older are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccination, and Yarmouth Schools have partnered with Mid Coast Hospital to provide appointments. Read more about getting your appointment here: https://www.yarmouthschools.org/article/433014
Yarmouth's Pandemic Instruction Task Force is working to develop a timeline and strategy to return to fully in-person instruction for most students. Stay apprised of their work here: https://www.yarmouthschools.org/page/covid-19-information-and-updates
The Yarmouth School Committee has adopted a budget to present to the Town Council on April 1. For more information: https://www.yarmouthschools.org/article/419776