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Class Day and Graduation Schedule

This Friday, June 11, Thetford Academy will celebrate the Class of 2021 in TA’s 202nd annual commencement ceremonies. Friday is also the last day of school for all students and school will dismiss at noon after pod meetings and Class Day activities. The following is a detailed schedule of the day’s events. Questions should be directed to Gloria Konicki.

Final School Day: Class Day

June 11,  9:30am-12:00pm

Friday is our last school day of the 2020-21 school year. The school day will run from 9:30am to 12:00pm.

Location: Softball Field

Students will begin the day meeting in pods. The bulk of the half day will then be spent participating in our traditional Class Day and awards assembly.  Parents of seniors are invited to attend if they’d like. 

Class Day events will take place outdoors. Students are encouraged to wear hats and sunscreen.

For questions about Class Day details or to let us know parents are coming, please contact Gloria Konicki

Graduation 2021

Date & Time: June 11, 6:00 pm 

Location: Softball Field

Audience: Invited guests of the Class of 2021, students in the Class of 2022, and TA employees. This year the event is not open to the public.

Parking: Drivers will be directed by staff as they arrive on campus. If your party needs special accessibility parking, please contact Gloria by Thursday, June 10. ([email protected], or 785-4805 x201) 

Arrival: There is no check-in process for the event, and there are no physical tickets. Junior students will be serving as ushers and guide guests to seats. We are in touch with graduates’ families and have planned seating needs accordingly.

Masking: All unvaccinated attendees are required to wear a mask for the event.



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