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On Friday, Feb. 7, with the celebration of TA's 77th Founders' Day, Thetford Academy will enter its third century . TA's Founders' Day tradition began in 1944, two years after the original White Building was devastated by fire and with World War II raging across Europe. Then headmaster Carl Anderson hoped,...


The fourth annual Arts Night on Thursday, May 23, featured all six categories of art at Thetford Academy: art, design technology, drama, culinary arts, choral music, and instrumental music. The café was transformed into a gallery displaying dozens of student 2-D and 3-D artworks created in Karyn Neubauer's classes. Tabletops were spread with...


The Vermont Governor’s Office is seeking a candidate to serve on the State Board of Education as one of its two student representatives. The State Board of Education usually meets on the third Wednesday of every month and establishes policies, regulations and rules related to education in Vermont and in keeping with...


Cedar Circle Farm is offering an after school cooking program open to Middle School students. Registration and additional information may be found online. Scheduled for Tuesday afternoons from May 7 to June 11, this 6-week culinary program session is geared toward a middle school students’ skill set. The lessons take a well-rounded approach...


Please join the Thetford Historical Society (THS) in North Thetford on Thursday, April 4, at 7 p.m., at the United Church of Thetford (5470 Route 5)  for the first program in their Spring Series: Migration Nation.   All talks begin at 7 p.m., admission is free, and all are welcome.  A...


A Personal Reflection by Coaches Amy Huyffer and Paul Dixon The Alpine Ski Team's season for 2019 was made up of six regular season meets, three slalom and three giant slalom, a district meet, and the state meet for qualifying teams.  Usually the races alternate between mountains and slalom and GS,...

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