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
Yarmouth's RED LINE bus route for tomorrow (Tuesday, March 9) will follow the same schedule as today. We will notify you when the bus will return to its normal schedule. Thank you for your continued understanding.
Thanks to our nurses and drivers, Yarmouth Schools are operational today, with only the Red Line running a few minutes behind the regular schedule: https://www.yarmouthschools.org/article/415945
UPDATE to transportation concerns: Only the RED LINE will be impacted at this time. Students on that bus will be picked up ten minutes later than usual on Monday. Other changes may be announced. For more information: https://www.yarmouthschools.org/article/415748
Please be aware of potential disruptions to Yarmouth Schools' transportation services for the coming week. For more information: https://www.yarmouthschools.org/article/415712
Due to a need to quarantine a member of the Yarmouth Schools' transportation division, we need to shuffle our bus runs a bit for Monday, March 1. For the elementary run only, the Yellow Line will be running 15 minutes late for morning pick-ups. Thank you for your patience.
Schools will be closed in Yarmouth on Tuesday, February 2. This will be a traditional snow day - our second one of the school year. This moves the final student day to Tuesday, June 15, 2021.
CDC has confirmed the case of COVID-19 reported earlier today at HMS. Middle School parents and staff should read their email from Principal Joan Adler, as tomorrow's schedule is impacted by quarantines.
Yarmouth's GRAY LINE bus route will be dropping students off at home a bit later this afternoon. While turning around in a tight spot, the bus bumped into a parked vehicle. There were no injuries to any passengers. We are working to have students transferred to another bus while a report is made of this accident.
YHS, HMS, and Rowe construction projects drawing to a close; new carbon-neutral flooring at YHS will remove 25 metric tons of carbon dioxide from the earth's atmosphere! https://www.yarmouthschools.org/facilities-committee
Yarmouth's GRAY LINE bus route will be running late for afternoon drop-offs on Tuesday, January 5 as we continue to manage a shortage of drivers. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for bearing with us.
Due to a shortage of available drivers for Monday, January 4, we must adjust morning pick-up times for students on Yarmouth's Purple, Blue, and Teal lines. We expect each run to operate approximately 10 minutes behind schedule. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Construction at Harrison Middle School is virtually complete, with projects at Yarmouth High School and Rowe School not far behind! Click here for pictures and updates on all four schools: https://www.yarmouthschools.org/facilities-committee
Schools are closed in Yarmouth today, Thursday, December 17. As this is the first "snow day" of the year, this will be a traditional "no school" day. With this closure, the final student day of the academic year is moved to Monday, June 14. Enjoy the snow!
Yarmouth students riding the TEAL bus line will be transported on different buses this afternoon. This may impact arrival times at their destination. Please expect students to arrive 5-7 minutes either side of normal arrival times. Thank you for your continued patience.
Please conduct your daily health screening before attending school. You must quarantine until receiving a negative test result if you went to states other than NH or VT over the holiday weekend. Read more here: (https://www.yarmouthschools.org/article/350716).
HMS students will be returning to the school via buses. The building has been cleared for occupancy. The evacuation was caused by a false alarm due to dust in the isolated construction area.