Norwich Free Academy has cancelled many of its summer programs as a result of continued concerns about the COVID-19 virus.
“NFA has long provided a robust offering of summer educational opportunities for students,” said Head of School David J. Klein. “However, at this time, we continue to follow guidelines from the Governor’s office and local health officials. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.”
Programs cancelled would have started in June or July. Any program with an August start date remains scheduled for now but is subject to change.
Programs cancelled include Summer Art Programs, Summer Band at NFA, Summer Dance Camps, Summer Athletic Camps, Algebra Review, World Language Bridge, Step Up Program, Strive Program, EL Academy, Summer Program for Sachem Campus Students, Teen Leadership Program, Summer Conditioning for Student-Athletes and College and Career Center Summer Programs.
The Summer Credit Recovery Program (summer school) will run remotely as planned based on the Academy’s Continuity of Learning Plan. More details about that will be announced soon.