Successful Project Sticker Shock in Yarmouth

Thank you to Yarmouth High School students, Lt. Daniel Gallant, Yarmouth Maine Police Department, Jennifer Erickson, Yarmouth High School Instructional Strategist and our local businesses- Hannaford Supermarkets and Cumberland Farms for a successful Project Sticker Shock.

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Successful Film Showing of, Angst, Addressing Youth Anxiety

Green Group from Yarmouth High School hosted a successful film screening of Angst, followed by a community discussion with a panel of expert speakers. Over 125 people attended the film presentation which aims to spark conversation about teens and anxiety. It was a pleasure co-sponsoring this event with North Yarmouth Academy and First Parish Congregational Church UCC, Yarmouth, Maine!

A Day of Hope- 12/2 at Yarmouth High School

Join community members for a Day of Hope at Yarmouth High School on Saturday, December 2nd from 1-3:30pm!

Speakers will include Maine immigration attorney Leslie Silverstein, former gubernatorial candidate Eliot Cutler, Maine Accelerates Growth CEO Jess Knox, musician Spencer Albee, state Sen. Cathy Breen, Portland Mayor Ethan Strimling, and Matthew Gagnon, CEO of the Maine Heritage Policy Center. Each will speak about where they find hope in turbulent times.

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Tips for Parents Forum

Thank you to Scott Gagnon, Director for AdCare Educational Institute of Maine, Inc. and to Nikki Wetherell, Outpatient Clinician for DayOne, who provided a presentation for parents at Yarmouth High School last Thursday.

Screenagers: Growing up in the Digital Age

What: Screenagers, a documentary about the biggest parenting issue of our time
When: January, 25, 2016 from 6-8pm
Where: YPAC, Yarmouth High School

Link to free tickets: https://impactflow.com/event/1379/checkout/tickets

The Yarmouth K-8 PTO is excited to present Screenagers with the support of YEF, Yarmouth Alumni Association, and First Parish Church. This is a FREE event, but tickets are required. Students (age 10 and up) are invited to join their parents for this community event. There will be a short break-out session after facilitated by The Family Leadership Center of Yarmouth.