Mount Tabor PTSA Pine Needle Sale
Saturday, March 4th

Please support Mount Tabor students and teachers by purchasing pine needles. 
Order form below and easy ordering option this year with email order to;  

We need as many volunteers as possible to make this day a success. 
Please sign up using this link:
If you have a truck that can be used the day of the sale for distribution of pine needles please email

Click below to download the order form 

A Message from our Principal - Ed Weiss
Welcome to Mount Tabor High School. It’s hard to believe that
the summer of 2016 has come and gone. It seems like final exams,
graduation, staff hiring, summer school, and summer cleaning
etc. was just last week. It is my honor to serve as the Principal of
the Spartans and I look forward to a great 2016-17 school year!
As we look forward to the 2016-17 school year, I would like
to reflect on the highlights from a wonderful 2015-2016 school
year. We were once again fortunate to be ranked in the Top 1%
of high schools across the country by Newsweek Magazine. Our
students, staff and school community have worked hard to meet
these recognitions in our school life and I am so proud to see
their efforts rewarded. Our 4-Year Cohort Graduation Rate for
the Class of 2016 was 92.2%, maintaining itself above 90%. The
graduating Class of 2016 was awarded 16.8 million dollars in
scholarships/awards which continues to amaze me as one of the
high marks for WSFCS. The academic programs and offerings at
Mount Tabor High School continue to be a source of pride for our
school community. The Class of 2016 graduated 361 students and
garnered the following successes:
• Attending all 16 North Carolina’s Public Universities
• Attending 20 different North Carolina Private Schools
• 3 seniors attending Art and Fashion Institutes
• 13 seniors with enlistments in our military and one senior
accepting an appointment to the United States Naval
Academy and leadership training for a position in the US
• 51 seniors attending colleges and universities in other states
• 30 seniors accepted to the University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill
• 40 to NC State, 18 to Wake Forest University, 2 to Duke
and others including Davidson College, Tufts, Morehouse,
WSSU, George Washington University, NYU, Xavier, Notre
Dame and Georgia Tech just to name a few
• 73 seniors earning the President’s Award for Educational
Excellence for earning a 3.5 unweighted cumulative grade
point average
• 36 honor graduates (the top 10 percent) who will graduate
with a 4.7 or higher QPA
• 25 seniors making athletic commitments to compete at the
next level
• 147 seniors (nearly 42% of the class) receiving an academic
• 1,175 AP courses taken by our seniors
• 89% of 2016 graduates going to a 2 or 4 year college or
While our academic program is our backbone, we also
celebrate the opportunities offered our students beyond the
classroom. Our Performing Arts Programs are always well
represented in district, regional and state competitions. The Bands
of Mount Tabor (whether it be marching, concert or symphonic)
set the standard for performances both during games and in
competitions. Our Theatre Arts program continues to compete at
the highest levels, serving as host to the regional North Carolina
Theatre Conference (NCTC) each fall as well as performances
such as our fall “One Act” plays, “Winter Performance” and 2016
spring musical “Lil Shop of Horrors.” Our Choral programs
(including women’s ensemble, concert choir, a cappella and the
Spartanettes) show off the collaborative talents of so many of
our Arts students. The Visual Arts program is second to none
and offers membership into the National Art Honor Society. The
Orchestra program includes a full symphony and our Dance Team
performs at all Football and Basketball games with a competitive
team that recently competed at their recent Wake Forest summer
dance camp.Our JROTC program had an outstanding year in which 
it saw its academic, drill, JLAB and rifle teams qualify for Nationals
throughout the year. They are such a great example for our school of hard work, dedication and service to Tabor City.
Our Athletic program continues to be a standard for schools in our area. We always get everyone’s best shot in competition and
sportsmanship. The Well Fargo Cup (awarded to the top finishing school in our conference) has enjoyed a home in Sparta for twenty
of the past twenty-five years. Our teams earn conference championships regularly and represent us well in the playoffs including our
men’s cross country team and their 2015 4A State Championship. All of this takes place because Mount Tabor is fortunate to be home
to some of the best coaches and student/athletes in Winston-Salem, State of North Carolina, and Southeast.
The parent support is alive and kicking as well at Mount Tabor. We are blessed to operate our PTSA with the work of an academic,
performing arts and athletics board. Each board has simply been fantastic to work with this year in their support of the Spartans!
The academic board and executive boards focused its energy on the purchasing of 15 chromebook charging/storage carts as well as
classroom projectors and other technology needs of the classroom. The arts programs have seen the fruit of their over $30,000 worth
of musical instruments purchases and the addition of new choral risers. If that wasn’t enough, our athletic board has provided another
$30,000+ worth of athletic improvements in 15-16, highlighted by the purchase of our softball scoreboard, field improvements to Bob
Sapp Field, technology programs for game film review of several teams, professional development opportunities for our coaching staffs
and equipment maintenance including a new zero turn mower. This parent effort is contagious and a true source of pride within our
school and is all led by an executive board that oversees the three collective parent boards. “You Just Can’t Hide That Spartan Pride!!”
We are very fortunate and feel the partnership with our parents is clearly something that sets us apart. I am excited to work with PTSA
Executive Board President and Vice President, Elaine Peddycord and Theresa Pauca, and all of our PTSA Boards this coming year.
With that said, we continue to face many challenges each year and 2016-17 will be no exception. The economy continues to take
its toll on public education. Your continued support of our Spartans is needed and appreciated! Our staff is committed to facing these
challenges with the same positive attitude and problem-solving spirit we have demonstrated in the past.
I encourage you to join us as we focus on “Excellence in Every Endeavor” during the 2016-2017 school year and beyond.
Go Spartans!
Ed Weiss - Principal

Upcoming Events

Pine Needle Sale - Saturday, March 4th 


342 Petree Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27106 • (336) 703-6700 Mount Tabor

High School PTSA

@TaborPTSA mount_tabor_ptsa

Excecutive Board
Hello Mount Tabor Families! Your PTSA is gearing up for an

amazing school year in Tabor City filled with awesome athletics,

amazing arts & stellar academics! We are proud of having the best

and brightest students in the county who excel in all of these areas

thanks to our top notch talent and resources. Our dedicated and

enthusiastic administrators and faculty lead the way to “excellence

in every endeavor.” This is not just our motto here at Mount

Tabor, but our way of life.

Our PTSA strives to promote a spirit of one community

working together. We are organized to serve the academic, artistic

and athletic needs of Spartan students. Led by the Executive

Board, the PTSA is divided into three boards that oversee these

areas. The Academic Board focuses on enhancing our classrooms

and grounds by raising money and fulfilling teachers’ needs

through sales of Spartanwear, pine needles, and a Rummage Sale.

The Arts Board provides volunteers & funds to support visual

arts, chorus, concert and marching bands, orchestra, dance, and

drama programs. The Athletics Board provides volunteers and

financial resources to support all of our Spartan sports. This past

year our Spartan Legacy campaign raised an impressive sum of

over $45,000, but this year we hope to raise more than $50,000

with the help of generous Mount Tabor families and supporters.

This money is now helping to bring the latest technology to

our classrooms. These donations are also giving our teachers

extra funding to attend workshops and fine tune their teaching

strategies, all to make our students as

successful as they can be.

We need your help to continue our success! The PTSA

coordinates many parent volunteers who generously give

thousands of hours of their time to our school. We invite &

encourage YOU to get involved and be a part of our community!

To sign up, just fill out the online volunteer form on our PTSA


Also, make sure you sign up for weekly emails and visit our

Mount Tabor PTSA website frequently to stay informed!

Elaine Peddycord, President, and

Theresa Pauca, Vice President

2016-17 Executive Board
President: Elaine Peddycord /

Vice President: Theresa Pauca /

Treasurer: Peggy Messenkopf /

Secretary: Betsy Kraft /

Academics Board
Welcome to Mount Tabor High School! We’re

looking forward to working with the parents,

teachers, students and administration of Mount

Tabor to make the 2016-17 academic year a productive and

rewarding one. As we delve into the fall semester and all its

activities, our goal is to help provide our school community with

excellent academic resources and to nurture an environment of

growth for each of our students.

These high school years are full of challenges, opportunities,

and new experiences. As our kids make decisions about how to

best meet those challenges, we want them to know they are being

guided and held accountable by adults who care. It’s important

that parents are involved in shaping their students’ experiences,

but it’s also important, and often difficult, to know how to give

kids the space to learn responsibility for their own successes and

failures. So as parents, the task of being interested, but not too

intrusive, encouraging, but not too permissive, invested, but not

overly controlling, can leave us wondering how in the world we’ll

make it from freshman year to senior year with our sanity intact.

While each parent has to figure out how to best find those

answers for their family, we do know it’s valuable to rely on others

who are committed to walking with us through the adventure of

our teenagers’ high school years. The Tabor Forum Series gives

parents the opportunity to hear about and discuss important

topics in person; PTSA fundraisers supply the classrooms with

materials for projects, as well as books, supplies, and technology;

volunteers manage the care of our campus grounds so that our

Spartan pride is reflected throughout our school; volunteers

sponsor meals for our hardworking staff during special events, as

well as plan activities for each grade level which builds rapport

and a sense of belonging to their school. As you can see, there is

an abundance of activity where parents can find meaningful and

rewarding ways to connect with our school community.

We’re so glad you are a member of Mount Tabor High School.

Every Spartan belongs here and has a place to find friendship and

academic success. We hope that you will enjoy being an active

member of our high school community and that you already

know you are a welcomed and valuable resource for making our

school excellent for every student.

Best wishes for a wonderful academic year,

Kimberly Robertson and Dawn Sechrest,

Co-Vice Presidents, Academics Board

2016-17 Academics Board
Co-VPs: Kimberly Robertson /

Dawn Sechrest /

Treasurer: Jennifer Ballsieper /

Secretary: Julia Smull,

Asst. Principal: Stephawn Kee,

4th Annual MTHS PTSA Rummage Sale

Saturday, October 29th

On Saturday, October 29th, make time to shop the 4th Annual PTSA Rummage Sale! 

The sale will be held in Mt. Tabor's gym, 342 Petree Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106.

Sale Hours: from 7:00AM – 12:00PM and again from 12:30PM – 2:00PM for the bag sale.
For only $10.00, we will give you a bag that you can stuff full!
We’ll have clothing, furniture, housewares, books and SO much more.  All at unbelievable prices!!!  All proceeds benefit students attending Mount Tabor High School.

We're still accepting donations. Clean out your closets, garages, and attics. Donate your gently used items…or just come and shop!!

Donation Drop off Days:
October 27th and 28th from 10-2 and 4-7
All donations are tax deductible.

Questions? Contact Jamie at

Thank you!
Athletics Board
The Athletics Board is looking forward to another year of

exciting Mt. Tabor athletics in the 2016-17 school year. The

Athletics Board would love your help in continuing our excellence

in athletics tradition. There are numerous ways that parents and

students can help:

THE SPARTAN CLUB – Students and parents, please join the

Spartan Club! The membership dues are a source of revenue for

the Athletics Board. Students get a Spartan Club t-shirt that looks

awesome this year! There will be select Mt. Tabor athletic events

that are deemed “Spartan Nights,” and students will get in FREE

by wearing their Spartan Club t-shirts.


sources of revenue for the Athletics Board has been the sale

of advertisement banners that are displayed at athletic events.

This program is headed by Hugh and Dia Roberts. If you are

interested in becoming a banner sponsor, please email them at Please support these banner sponsors

with your business. Spartans supporting Spartans!

BRICK SALES – Honor your current or former Mt. Tabor

student by buying a brick with his or her name on it that will be

put on Spartan Way. Proceeds go to the Athletic Board.

HARRIS TEETER VIC CARD – Please link your VIC card to

#5022. Harris Teeter will donate funds back to the Athletics Board

if your card is linked.

VOLUNTEER – We are always looking for parents to become

part of the Athletics Board and help out in different ways. We also

need volunteers to help in the concession stand during athletic

events. This is a great way to get to know other Spartan parents.

Fill out and return the volunteer form or go to the Mt.

Tabor PTSA website at

and complete it. Return volunteer forms to the front office or a

member of the Athletic Board.


out and cheer on our Spartan student athletes by attending our

athletic events. We had an outstanding year last year and look

forward to keeping this tradition in the 2016-17 school year.

Go Spartans!

2016-17 Athletics Board
Co-VPs: Eddie Bottoms /

Kevin Williams /

Treasurer: Brian Mattison /

Secretary: Joyce Birmingham /

Asst. Principal: Chris Applegate /

Athletics Board — Eddie

Bottoms and Kevin Williams,

Co-Vice Presidents

Weekly Email Updates

Remember to look for weekly email updates sent to your primary e-mail address. If you

are not receiving these, please contact our NCWise Coordinator at

and include your student’s name and grade.

Arts Board
The MTHS Arts Board would like to welcome all new and

returning families and students to the 2016-2017 school year!

This is an exciting year as we continue to celebrate the 50th

Anniversary of Mt. Tabor High School.

The Arts Board is comprised of a group of adults (parents,

grandparents, etc.) that want to invest their time, talents, and love

of ALL arts to benefit the students and arts teachers of Mt. Tabor.

If you have a student who is in visual arts, chorus, band, orchestra,

dance or theater classes, this would include you! We support

our SpARTans through fundraising efforts that help us purchase

additional art supplies, music, props and costumes as well as


Our programs are consistent award winners year after year as

exemplified by Superior ratings in competitions as well as several

Gold Key awards in Fine Arts.

Through our suggested voluntary donation of $30 per student

as well as supporting our upcoming Butter Braid Sale (October

19- November 2) you can make a difference! These delicious

pastries are a HUGE hit so watch for samples and order forms

to arrive around mid October. Proceeds from these fundraising

efforts helped to provide the following last school year:

• Supplied canvases, paints, brushes and other items for the

visual arts classes

• Purchased costumes and props for Theater classes and


• Paid competition fees for Band, Chorus and Dance Students

• Purchased a large TV screen for Auditorium lobby to display

and recognize our SpARTan corporate sponsors, as well as

video loops of our students engaged in their creative works

• Support for our 4th Annual Spartan Showcase

In addition to fundraising, another goal of the Arts Board is to

provide an avenue where our highly talented students can exhibit,

demonstrate and express their hard work. We will hold our 5th

annual Spartan Arts Showcase in the Spring. This is a great way

for our community as well as other students to gain insight into

the value of art and see what their peers have been working on all


Of course in order to achieve all of our goals, we need

volunteers! We welcome parents, grandparents, etc to sign up on

the MTHS website or contact one of our board members. There

is a full schedule of all the Arts events on the MTHS website. Just

click the Arts Board page under the PTSA. Want an easier way?

Text “ @mtarts” to 81010 and keep up to date on all things going

on in SpARTa!

We can also be followed on:

Instagram: mtartsboard @taborcityarts on Twitter

We look forward to another fabulous year. Please feel free to

contact us with any questions.!

2016-17 Arts Board

Co-VPs: Anna Bevis /

Dee Hettinger /

Treasurer: Steve Gardner /

Secretary: Kelly Ballard /

Asst. Principal: Evette Clemons /

Board Members / Parent Champions

Art: Lisa Clark /

Band: Kirti Patel /

Chorus: Ali Turner /

Paula Bennett /

Dance: Dina Almerini /

Orchestra: Susan Wood /

Theatre: Kelly Ballard /

Lisa Sugg /

“Celebrating 50 years of ART in SpARTa”

Hall of Fame

Thursday, September 29, 2016

celebrating the induction of the

Spartan Hall of Fame Class of 2016

John Furches

Baxter Holman, Jr.

William Vaughn Moore

Derek Nicholson

Rick Page

Virginia Pate

Col. Max Reed

A Message from Our Guidance Department
Greetings Spartans! Welcome to another exciting year at

Mount Tabor. The School Counseling/Guidance Department is

eager to start working with each one of our students and families,

new and old! As a staff, we are dedicated to helping all of our

students graduate from high school, make plans to continue

their education or seek employment after they graduate, while

developing strong interpersonal skills, and maintaining a positive

sense of well-being throughout their time in high school and


Mount Tabor Counselors work with each student individually,

in groups, and through classroom guidance activities to support

academic success, career and post-secondary decision-making

and personal/social development.

During the school year, we will work with individual students

who self-identify a concern or are referred by a teacher, parent or

staff member. Students are welcome to come by the Counseling

Office before or after school or they can fill out a request form to

see their Counselor during school hours.

Each counselor serves a portion of the alphabet based on

students’ last names. Notice that the alphabetical groupings for

some counselors vary per grade level. Parents are welcome

to contact the Counseling Office by calling 336-703-6728 or

sending an email message to their child’s counselor.

With no new changes within the counseling department,

we are very excited for what the year will bring! When you call

or visit the Counseling Office you will probably be greeted by

Mrs. Robinson, our receptionist, or Mrs. Fansler, our registrar.

You will find both to be very knowledgeable and helpful for

whatever your needs may be. We are also lucky to be served by

several wonderful parent volunteers who help at our front desk

throughout the year as well.

We are committed to meeting with every Mount Tabor

student individually at least one time each school year and will

respond to students’ questions and concerns whenever needed.

Near the beginning of the school year, School Counselors will

meet with each senior individually in what we call our “Senior

Meetings”. In these meetings, we hope to develop and/or

communicate a clearly defined graduation plan together with

the student. During February and March, School Counselors

will hold registration meetings with each junior, sophomore

and freshman to confirm/help select courses for the following

school year. The registration meeting is a good time for students

to share their academic and post-secondary goals with their

counselor. We also highly recommend that each student

regularly check-in with his/her counselor and ask questions about

academic, career, and college planning. This is the best way to

promote success for each student.

Along with responding to individual student concerns, we

also provide academic and post-secondary planning activities for

each grade level. See the list of events that make up the Tabor

Forum Series for more details. Fortunately, if you are unable to

attend any of the Tabor Forum Series, information from the event

will be posted on the Guidance Webpage for you to review.

Some important first semester testing and application dates are

listed below. As these dates approach, look for more information

about each test or activity through the Mount Tabor High School

website, phone system and email announcements.

Early September: PSAT/NMSQT Registration for grades 9-11

October 1st: The FAFSA Application will be open (more

information to come)

October 3rd: WS/FCS College Fair from 5:00-8:00pm

(Embassy Suites Hotel, 460 North Cherry Street in downtown


October 19th: PSAT/NMSQT Administration

November 14th -18th: College Application Week!

If you have questions about any of these events, please do

not hesitate to contact you students’ counselor. We believe that

Mount Tabor is a strong high school because our students want

to learn, want to be successful and achieve their goals, and seek

opportunities to fulfill their dreams. As Counselors, we are

committed to helping all of our students do just that.

A Message from Our Guidance Department

The future depends on what we do in the present- Ghandi
9th-12th: A-D Corey Daniel

12th: E-H Lowana Gardner Wade

9th-11th: E-K

12th: I-M Colleen Santos-Roberts

9th-11th: L-M

9th-12th: N-R Stan Huck

9th-12th: S-Z Jake McBride

Fall Semester 2016

Learn about the college application process, including scholarship

applications, teacher recommendations, essay development, and

submitting SAT and ACT scores.

Skills for Success, Thursday, September 15, 2016 @ 6:30 p.m. (Auditorium)


Discuss the ways students can manage homework, social media, time with friends, and their

extracurricular activities and how parents can help them.

Bright Beginnings, Monday, September 26, 2016 @ 6:30 p.m. (Auditorium)


Learn how to make the most of your first year of high school, including using good study skills,

coping with stress, and developing effective organizational habits.

Financial Aid Overview, Tuesday, October 18, 2016 @ 6:30 p.m. (Auditorium)


College financial aid advisors reveal how to apply for financial aid and scholarships so that your

student makes wise choices in pursuing their post high school education.

Adolescent Health Forum, Thursday, November 3, 2016 @ 6:30 p.m. (Auditorium)


Presentations and a Q&A session with a panel of area health experts, doctors, and psychologists.

College Planning, Wednesday, December 7, 2016 @ 6:30 p.m. (Auditorium)


Learn how to prepare for the college selection process, including choosing a senior curriculum

and planning college visits.

tabor Fall Semester 2016



Preparing Spartans

for a Bold Future

Class of 2017: text the code: @2017mth to the phone number: 81010

Class of 2018: text the code: @2018mth to the phone number: 81010 

Class of 2019: text the code: @2019mth to the phone number: 81010

Class of 2020: text the code: @2020mth to the phone number: 81010

Join the new texting groups for each class to stay informed!


Support Mount Tabor by shopping with local retailers

and helping raise money for our school’s programs!

Link your Harris Teeter VIC card to

one of the 4 numbers listed below:

Mt. Tabor High School: 3644

PTSA Academics Board: 5021

PTSA Athletics Board: 5022

PTSA Arts Board: 5023


to link your Lowes Foods card

Register your MVP card online at and click MVP Rewards

or call 1-877-614-6877

Homecoming Tailgate

FRIDAY SEPT 30th 4:30 to 7:30

Happy Birthday, Mount Tabor! In 2016, Mount Tabor celebrates its 50th Anniversary as a high

school, with its creation in 1966. For the last sixteen months, a special committee has been

working on plans to celebrate this prestigious goal by reflecting on the past, celebrating the

present, and looking to the future. In August of 2015, the logo for the 50th Anniversary was

revealed, and is now emblazoned on multiple entrances to the school.

In January 2016 a timeline of Tabor’s accomplishments over the last fifty years was created

which includes everything from the first class to graduate, teachers of the year, athletic

championships, and even an acknowledgement of the “class that never was” and “the Rock.”

You will see it played on the school monitors during different school events and can follow it

on Facebook at Mt. Tabor Alumni and Friends.

In February we introduced a new service opportunity for students to earn honor cords at

graduation, a program called 50 for 50, where students complete fifty service hours to honor

the fifty years of Tabor’s history. The Dorian Scroll published a special 50th Anniversary

edition of the paper and published articles throughout the year celebrating the anniversary.

The yearbook for the 2015-2016 school year was a special edition 50th Anniversary yearbook.

In August 2016, our teachers will be burying a time capsule near the football field.

As you walk around the school, look for the timeline bulletin boards, a beautiful T-shirt quilt

and special historical items in the trophy cases.

Finally, mark your calendars for our Super Weekend anniversary celebration from September

29-October 1st. The weekend starts on Thursday evening, September 29, 2016, with the

induction of the Spartan Hall of Fame Class of 2016. Friday afternoon, September 30, 2016,

history will literally march down the street in our Homecoming Parade then join us for the

Food Truck Festival before the football team takes to the field to play against North Davidson.

The students will continue the celebration after the ballgame with a dance. We continue

the fun on Saturday, October 1, 2016, with a Golf Tournament at Winston Lake. To cap off

the year The Dorian Scroll, Tabor’s award-winning newspaper, will offer a special edition of

the newspaper in December of 2016 with a review of the year to wrap up the anniversary

celebrations. Join us for all of these wonderful opportunities to share the history and plan for

the bright future of Mount Tabor.


Spartan Legacy NEW THIS YEAR! — $2,500 and above in one year OR $5,000 lifetime donation. (please notify Spartan Legacy Campaign if you are approaching the lifetime level.)

  • Recognition engraved on a new Spartan Legacy Plaque which will hang in the halls of MTHS
  • $25 Spartanwear store certificate
  • VIP Football/Band Parking Pass
  • Performing Arts Season Pass
  • 10-Punch Sports Pass
  • Principal's Reception (Spring 2017)

Hardy Legacy (Nash Hardy — Principal 1965-84) — $1,000-$2,499

  •  $25 Spartanwear Store Certificate
  •  VIP Football/Band Parking Pass 
  •  Performing Arts Season Pass 
  •  10-Punch Sports Pass
  •  Principal’s Reception (Spring 2017)

Jessup Legacy (John Jessup — Principal 1984-91) — $500-$999

  •  $15 Spartanwear Store Certificate
  •  Choice of TWO: VIP Football/Band Parking Pass, Performing Arts Season Pass, OR 10-Punch Sports  Pass 
  •  Principal’s Reception (Spring 2017)
Chambers Legacy 
(Daisy Chambers — Principal 1991-92) — $250-$499
  • $10 Spartanwear Store Certificate
  • Choice of ONE: VIP Football/Band Parking Pass OR Performing Arts Season Pass OR 10-Punch Sports Pass
  • Principal’s Reception (Spring 2017)
Land Legacy 
(Martha Land — Principal 1992-2009) — $100-$249
  • $10 Spartanwear Store Certificate
  • Single Game Sports Pass OR Single Performance Arts Pass

Weiss Legacy (Ed Weiss — Principal 2009-Present) — $25-$99

  • Single Game Sports Pass OR Single Performance Arts Pass


Latest News

  • Pine Needle Sale Order Form Order form below.
    Posted Jan 29, 2017, 4:38 PM by M Tabor
  • Financial Statements
    Posted May 7, 2017, 4:47 PM by M Tabor
  • Mount Tabor High School Hall of Fame 2016 Nominations For 50 years, Mount Tabor High School has been educating, forming and nurturing future leaders. Do you know of someone who has made significant contributions to MTHS or their community ...
    Posted Feb 24, 2016, 5:10 AM by M Tabor
  • Financials
    Posted Jul 31, 2016, 6:14 AM by M Tabor
  • PTSA Announces 2015 Hall of Fame Inductees The Mount Tabor PTSA is pleased to announce the 2015 inductees to the Spartan Hall of Fame: Wilson Alexander, Matthew Burdick, Andrea Beck, Rebecca Parrish Green, Danny Green, Austin Trotman ...
    Posted Jul 31, 2016, 6:16 AM by M Tabor
  • PTSA Fall Newsletter You may view the PTSA Fall 2015 newsletter online. Get all the latest news from the Executive, Academic, Arts and Athletic Boards, plus other special announcements. 
    Posted Aug 22, 2015, 4:35 AM by M Tabor
  • Summer Reading for all English Classes ALL Standard, Honors, Seminar, and AP English students are required to participate in the summer reading program at Mount Tabor High School. Depending on the year and level, students may ...
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  • Rising freshmen and parents, Welcome to Tabor City!
    Posted Jul 31, 2016, 6:34 AM by M Tabor
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