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CURRENT OPENINGS

Administrative Openings

No openings at this time

Teacher Openings

Science Teacher - Yarmouth High School

Support Staff

No openings at this time

Coaching Openings
    • 7th Grade Baseball Coach
    • 7th Grade Girls Lacrosse
    • Middle School Head Football Coach
    • Middle School Assistant Football Coach
    • Middle School Cross Country Coach
    • JV Golf Coach
    • JV Softball Coach
    • Varsity Coach (Offensive/Defensive Line)
    • Assistant Varsity Coach (Defensive Backs/Receivers)
    • Assistant Varsity Coach (Running Backs/Linebackers)
    • Assistant Softball Coach
    • 1st Team Boys Lacrosse Coach
    • Sailing Coach

Interested coaching candidates need to send a letter of interest, coach application, resume and three letters of recommendation and mail to: Andrew R. Dolloff, Ph.D., Superintendent of Schools, Yarmouth School Department, 101 McCartney Street, Yarmouth, ME 04096.

Substitutes

Interested substitute candidates can download the substitute packet of information to the left of this page.  Should you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact Melissa Marston by telephone: 846-5586 or  by email:  melissa_marston@yarmouthschools.org




Educator Effectiveness Model

Teacher Evaluation:

The Yarmouth School Committee on April 28, 2016, adopted an educator effectiveness model that incorporates the "Marshall Rubrics" as the most significant measure of teacher effectiveness. To read the district's teacher evaluation plan, click here. You may also view the Marshall Rubrics for more information.

Administrator Evaluation:

Also on April 28, 2016, the School Committee adopted an administrator evaluation model based on the plan developed by the Maine Principals' Association. This plan and the Teacher Evaluation model are being submitted to the Maine Department of Education for consideration, as dictated by state law. You may view our Administrator Evaluation Handbook online.

Superintendent Evaluation:

The School Committee worked with our current superintendent to adopt an evaluation model that requires input from a variety of individuals who work closely with the superintendent each year.