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The following information and reminders were sent via email from Nurse Ellen Gnaedinger on December 2, 2021. Reminder: If your child is sick with a cough, fever, headache, congestion, sore throat, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or has a change in taste or smell for more than 24 hours, TA will require...


The following update from the TA Health Office was sent via email to all parents on November 18. Guide for staying home and returning to school: 1. Your child must stay home if they have any of these symptoms: fever, cough, congestion, sore throat, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, change in taste/smell. 2. If these...


Dear TA Families, This health update comes as the holidays approach. Governor Scott reminds us to continue to be careful indoors, wear masks at indoor gatherings, and strongly consider small groups for the Thanksgiving Holiday. We continue to see high numbers of new Covid cases with our Vermont hospital systems being...


Dear Parents, Guardians and Families: Hello All! We are writing to share important updates from the Health Office: We are staying in touch with Thetford Elementary School regarding their very small number of positive Covid cases. Any contact tracing that needs to be done is being done. If you are not yet vaccinated: please strongly...


Dear TA Families, Here are some important highlights for the week. Last Day of Quarter 1 is Friday 10/22 We want to remind everyone that there is just one week left in the first quarter of the school year. If students have assessments they want to retake, additional drafts of writing assignments to revise,...


The following letter was sent home to all families the week of September 28. Dear Parents & Guardians, Thetford Academy and Upper Valley Pediatrics will hold a student flu clinic on Thursday, October 15. Flu vaccines are free for all TA students through the VFC (Vaccines for Children) program at the Vermont Department of Health. Your student can...

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