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Per the statewide emergency order to close all K-12 schools, Friends Academy students will begin distance learning on March 30 following the conclusion of spring break and will return to campus on April 13.
Friends Academy began morning bus service this week from Bourne and Marion to its North Dartmouth campus, making the preschool-grade 8 school more accessible to families on Cape Cod and in the Tri-Town area.
We are keeping a close eye on the EEE situation in Dartmouth. Out of an abundance of caution, we have decided to adjust outdoor activities and treat the campus for mosquitoes until the first hard frost this fall. September 7, 2019 | READ THE FULL STORY
More than a dozen trucks, diggers, and vehicles of all types and sizes — including a canoe — opened their doors to crowds gathered for the “Touch a Truck” event at Friends Academy on Saturday, April 27, 2019. May 8, 2019 | READ THE FULL STORY
Congratulations to Mr. Walach for receiving a 2019 Community Citizen Award! Steve Walach started the service learning program at Friends Academy to connect middle school students with projects and ideas outside the school walls. March 27, 2019 | READ THE FULL STORY
"For some children, a trip to visit Santa Claus at the mall can be a scary and challenging task. From long lines to a noisy environment, children on the autism spectrum or children with special needs may have no choice but to forego the annual holiday tradition... Students from Friends Academy helped design decorations before the event, and staffed the arts and crafts room during the program." December 11, 2017 | READ THE FULL STORY