Mt. Tabor School News
Please wear your face masks.
Parents will be able to pick-up student locker contents, P.E. locker contents, medication and yearbooks on June 10th and 11th. All papers, notebooks, folders and other consumables from the lockers will be recycled or trashed.
Each locker is shared by two students. Students were asked to complete this Google Form to help us sort items. Please talk with your child to ensure completion.
P.E. locker locks will be cut. Items will be on tables outside of the school for students to pick-up. Mr. Gernhart will be there to distribute items. If there is something special that you are looking for, please be sure to note that in the student survey, which is posted in your student’s first period Google Classroom and linked above.
Mr. Dawson will be on deck to pass out yearbooks. Please bring any library books and textbooks that need to be returned. DO NOT return the Chromebooks. Students are permitted to keep them until we return to school.
Please email Cheryl Bell if you would like to pick-up your child’s medication. firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click the link for the pick-up schedule. Please note your day and time for pick-up. If you are unable to make the scheduled day and time, please email Jill Liddle so other arrangements may be made.
If you have questions, please contact Jill Liddle, Assistant Principal @ JLiddle@pps.netThank you!
8th Grade Virtual Promotion
We will have a pre-recorded 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony to share with you on June 4th. A link will be sent through the Remind platform. We invite you to watch it at 6:00 p.m. and celebrate as a family. There will not be a community gathering.
To our Black students and families, and Tabor community,
We see you, and we hear you. Mt. Tabor MS staff collectively denounce racist systemic violence that is and has been happening for centuries. George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor may be the latest displays of racist systemic violence, but we know that our Black families have lived with this trauma and fear daily. We pledge to do more and to do better in response to racism at school and in our community.
This week, our staff is working to provide space for students to process the trauma related to these latest acts of racist violence. We are also reflecting and determining next steps to educate and call to action our student body and staff. As a school community, we will work together to uncover bias, increase self-awareness and use privilege to stand up for our Black, Brown and Indigenous community members. We certainly do not have all the answers, but we are here to listen; we are here to learn; and we are here to do better collectively.
With COVID-19 and the disproportionate impact it has had on our communities of color, and the latest murders of our Black brothers and sister, grief is to be expected. To support your family through the grief, resources from The Dougy Center are linked below.
Mt. Tabor MS extends its deepest commitment to you. We will get through this together.
Resource from the Dougy Center: