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Tabor Academy Plunge15 viewsTabor Academy students and faculty’ took the plunge’ on January 22 during the school’s first annual Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics, raising $12,300! Temps were in the 50s, but the water was a cool 45 degrees. Photos by Jean Perry
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Tabor Academy Plunge15 viewsTabor Academy students and faculty’ took the plunge’ on January 22 during the school’s first annual Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics, raising $12,300! Temps were in the 50s, but the water was a cool 45 degrees. Photos by Jean Perry
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Tabor Academy Plunge15 viewsTabor Academy students and faculty’ took the plunge’ on January 22 during the school’s first annual Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics, raising $12,300! Temps were in the 50s, but the water was a cool 45 degrees. Photos by Jean Perry
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Tabor Academy Plunge14 viewsTabor Academy students and faculty’ took the plunge’ on January 22 during the school’s first annual Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics, raising $12,300! Temps were in the 50s, but the water was a cool 45 degrees. Photos by Jean Perry
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Tabor Academy Plunge14 viewsTabor Academy students and faculty’ took the plunge’ on January 22 during the school’s first annual Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics, raising $12,300! Temps were in the 50s, but the water was a cool 45 degrees. Photos by Jean Perry
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SSV Tabor Boy41 viewsTabor students travelling to the Virgin Islands on the SSV Tabor Boy this month pause their hike for a photograph together in front of a memorable view. Photo courtesy of the SSV Tabor Boy crew
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SSV Tabor Boy40 viewsTabor students travelling to the Virgin Islands on the SSV Tabor Boy this month pause their hike for a photograph together in front of a memorable view. Photo courtesy of the SSV Tabor Boy crew
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Old Colony Robotics58 viewsTensions are high as the Old Colony Robotics teams prepares for the VEX Robotics Starstruck Competition on January 21. The students have spent countless hours building and re-building their robot in preparation for the event. Photos by Elizabeth Jerome
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Old Colony Robotics45 viewsTensions are high as the Old Colony Robotics teams prepares for the VEX Robotics Starstruck Competition on January 21. The students have spent countless hours building and re-building their robot in preparation for the event. Photos by Elizabeth Jerome
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Old Colony Robotics42 viewsTensions are high as the Old Colony Robotics teams prepares for the VEX Robotics Starstruck Competition on January 21. The students have spent countless hours building and re-building their robot in preparation for the event. Photos by Elizabeth Jerome
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Something new is brewing at ORR51 viewsThe transitional program for students age 18-22, which is in its pilot year, started up a café at ORR, with students learning life skills in customer service, money handling, and how to make a great cup of coffee. From left to right: Diana Setera, Becky Okolita, Christopher Hathaway, Grace Costa-Medeiros, Mark Pereira, and Dennis Reynolds. Not pictured, Elizabeth Hathaway. Photo by Jean Perry
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Asian Market80 viewsRMS sixth-grade students of Danni Kleiman and James Sullivan participated in the school’s very first “Asian Market” on Friday, December 9, as a way to learn about bartering and commerce. Students representing a host of different countries set up their stands to sell goods such as oil, cotton, sugar, produce, and livestock. Photos by Jean Perry
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