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Community Update Regarding COVID-19

October 8, 2020 Dear NYA Community Members, I am writing to update you on some recent COVID-19 activity in our area. North Yarmouth Academy was made aware today that an area independent school reported that a single student tested positive for COVID-19. Currently, no members of the NYA community are considered close contacts to this individual. I am also writing … Learn more about this story

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COVID-19 UPDATE

September 19, 2020 Dear NYA Families, I am writing to let you know that a non-NYA student who practices at NYA’s Travis Roy Arena has tested positive for COVID-19. The athlete’s team has contacted the CDC to initiate the standard investigation and contact tracing protocols. Although this case is not directly related to NYA, members of our school community who use … Learn more about this story

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Summer Update Regarding Key Campus Reopening Dates

July 15, 2020 Dear Families, We hope that you are all staying healthy and enjoying the summer so far! Although NYA’s campus contains has far less activity than that of prior summers (especially without the annual Yarmouth Clam Festival setup this week), there is still a great deal of planning underway as we prepare the campus for the opening of … Learn more about this story

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Summer Update Regarding Schedules, Textbooks, & Key Campus Reopening Dates

July 15, 2020 Dear Families, We hope that you are all staying healthy and enjoying the summer so far! Although NYA’s campus contains has far less activity than that of prior summers (especially without the annual Yarmouth Clam Festival setup this week), there is still a great deal of planning underway as we prepare the campus for the opening of … Learn more about this story

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Message from the Head of School: Reopening Campus in the Fall

June 25, 2020 Dear Families, I hope you are all settling into summer routines and enjoying some quality family time. It has now been close to four months without students on campus, and we miss them now more than ever. As I reflect on this past spring, I am incredibly grateful to our students, faculty, and families and proud of the resiliency, innovation, and flexibility demonstrated by the entire community.    As challenging as this past year … Learn more about this story