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The Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), founded in 1960, was "an organization of organizers with 'field secretaries' working full-time for change in communities across the Deep South. SNCC’s work spanned everything from voter registration, adult education, and freedom schools to theater productions, cooperatives, and independent political parties." On Wednesday, one...


The Yearbook Club is taking orders for the 2020-2021 yearbook. Get yours today at www.thetfordacademy.picaboo.com. Ordering is open until June 13, 2021; cost is $35 for hardcover and $25 for softcover yearbooks. Direct any questions to Mark Weigel. It's been a year like no other, you'll want this one! ...


Dear TA Families and Students, We welcomed the month of March by introducing the in-person component of our 2nd semester schedule. It was great to feel the energy of having students and teachers together in real time - doing hands-on learning with one another and with the materials and spaces designed for...


As we move through this COVID school year, our program has evolved. We continue to prioritize health and safety, and also strive to balance that priority with ensuring as much student academic engagement as possible. March 1 marked our biggest program shift yet, with full implementation of our 2nd semester...


Dear TA Families & Students, Semester 2 is humming along. Here are some key highlights to share, as we reflect back to the first few weeks of February and look ahead to the month of March. ACADEMICS: When we return from break on Monday, March 1, we will fully implement our new schedule...


On February 18, 2021, one of Thetford Academy's partner technical schools, Riverbend Career and Technical Center, presented to TA students. The informational session highlighted the RBCTC's diverse and exciting programming opportunities available to TA students interested in pursuing technical education as part of their high school experience. Interested students and...

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