The officers of the Music Boosters are elected once a year in June.
The officers for the 2017-2018 school year are:
Randall Bates - President
Peter Scott - Vice President
Jessica Young - Treasurer
Ina Dressel - Secretary
tbd...............- YGT Chair
Jessie McGrath- Website
The awesome music teachers in Yarmouth we support are:
Christina Townsend - Rowe School
Erica Troy - YES
Brad Ciechomski - HMS (and grade 4 band)
Kimbery Grover - HMS
Rick Dustin - YHS
Joey Hendricks - YHS
Please contact us if you'd like to help or if you have any questions.
We are proud to support the music education for every K-12 student in each school, as well as our staff of dedicated teachers.
Along with our support for general music education for grades K-12, we provide financial support for YES chorus and band, HMS chorus, band, and jazz band, and YHS chorus, band, chamber choir, and jazz choir.
Already we have helped fund:
-Portland Symphony Concert for all 4th grade students.
Ipads for K-4 Music classes.
In 2015, partnered with Yarmouth Schools and Friends of Playmakers to fund a complete sound system for the YPAC.
Microphones and speakers for HMS Chorus classes.
A/V technology upgrades for music education in band, chorus and general music.
YHS Chamber Choir and Advanced Vocal Ensemble concert attire.
YHS Choral sheet music.
The Portland Jazz Orchestra performance of Duke Ellington's Nutcracker Suite on December 7th, 2014.
College scholarships to graduating music student seniors.
Summer music camp scholarships to elementary, middle school, and high school students.
Yarmouth Music Boosters (YMB) is an all-volunteer group comprised of Yarmouth School District parents and community members. YMB supports and promotes music education throughout grades K-12, serving the needs of our student musicians and music faculty. YMB maintains a positive, close and effective relationship between the music faculty, district administration, and the community.
YMB aims to fulfill its mission through the following objectives:
Providing music appreciation and performance opportunities for students,
Promoting music education opportunities through senior scholarships and summer camp and instructional scholarships,
Funding classroom music needs (e.g., music technology, sheet music, and concert attire) that would not otherwise receive support through the school budget,
Ensuring music education opportunities for students in financial need, and
Encouraging active parent, teacher, and community involvement.
Our meetings are normally held the 1st Monday of the month through the school year in the HMS band room from 6:00 - 7:30 pm. All are welcome!
The meeting schedule for the 2017-2018 school year is:
September - no meeting
Monday October 2
Monday November 6
December - no meeting, concert season
Monday January 8
Monday February 5
Monday March 5
Monday April 2
Monday May 7