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Looking to 2022

The arrival of the new year brings hope.

That 2022 will be better, more joyful, and light-filled than 2021. But we also reflect on our community’s commitment and unrelenting focus as a foundation for a brighter future. Against an increasingly challenging backdrop, you continue to support students to access and experience the richness of learning that calls forward their talents, smarts, and gifts.

In recognition of a hard year of work, NTC will be closed December 20-31, 2021, and return on Monday, January 3, 2022.

The fire we light together warms us all and turns us toward shining days. We look forward to the new year and sustaining each other on the journey ahead. Be sure to read some of our stories from 2021 that celebrate students, educators, and the incredible community supporting equitable, rigorous, and empowering teaching and learning experiences.

Please be well, stay safe, and take care. Happy New Year.

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