Taft Charter High School will be offering campus tours which will feature various programs on campus, including the SAS (Individualized Honors, Traditional Honors and Academic Enrichment) and Humanitas programs. All school campus tours will meet in the Library at 8:30AM on the following dates:
Thursday, November 2, 2017 (FULL - CLOSED)
Thursday, February 1, 2018
Thursday, March 1, 2018
Thursday, April 5, 2018
As space is limited to 75 attendees, please reserve the specific tour date through the google link http:///taftschooltours2017.
The Washington Post recently announced the 2017 High School Challenge Index based on its review of 2016 data from high schools across the . They ranked Sturgis the #3 public school in MA, #8 public school in the Northeast, and #132 in the (across both public and private schools). Additionally, Sturgis is ranked #1 among MA public schools for the highest "percentage of graduates who passed at least one college-level test during their high school career" with 97%. Congratulations to Sturgis faculty and students for achieving this recognition of excellence!
Recent theory on civil wars urges people to think of the conflict as a highly fluid situation. Peacemaking efforts are often closely intertwined with preventive diplomacy , peacekeeping , and peacebuilding . Because of this, the diplomats and soldiers involved in these missions must maintain high levels of communication in order to ensure common goals and shared information. Peacemaking in the post-Cold War era occurs most often within states where battles lines are not clearly drawn and the strategic situation fluctuates frequently. Peacemaking in this context is but one tool to use in violent conflicts. By itself, it is insufficient to deal with intractable conflicts.