NYA Parents’ Association
Parents and guardians of current NYA students are automatically members of the Parents’ Association. Here are some useful links – please stay tuned for updated 2020-2021 information:
- NYA PA Volunteer form for 2021-2022
- List of 2021-2022 officers and class reps
- Project Graduation
- NYA Community Network – Facebook group just for current parents
- NYA Parents’ Association Facebook Page
2021-2022 MORNING FORUM Schedule/Topics/Speakers coming soon
We Welcome You to Get Involved
Looking to get involved with your child’s school and meet other parents and families? Volunteer with the NYA Parents’ Association – as little or as much as you want! Complete this form, or contact PA Volunteer Coordinator, Christine Byrne (John ’23 and Gavin ’27), or PA president, Patrick Cannon (Noah ’22), for further information.
After a 2 year hiatus due to COVID-19, the Yarmouth Clam Festival will be BACK in 2022. We look forward to having lots of volunteer help with with this important fundraising event. Stay tuned for details!
NYA HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIR 2021
As of November 15, 2021, we plan to move forward with the NYA Holiday Craft Fair scheduled for Saturday, December 4, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. NYA follows the COVID-19 guidelines set by the CDC and the state of Maine. If we need to cancel or change the setup of the event, we will report it on this page, and we will contact all registered vendors. We will refund all registration fees if we need to cancel due to COVID-19.
Always on the first Saturday in December, the Holiday Craft Fair is held in conjunction with Yarmouth’s Hometown Holidays. The large crowds, festive holiday spirit, and the many amazing crafters are at the heart of what makes this event so special. More details!
Wreath Sale 2021
The Parents’ Association holds a wreath sale every year to raise funds to provide grants for faculty and staff. This year’s sale was a huge success! If you are interested in volunteering to help with the sale in the future, or if you have any questions, please contact Stacey Schuler Cannon for details.