Seawolves were busy this weekend learning new skills.
During Seawolf Seminars, Tabor’s second Saturday School Say, students had the opportunity to participate in myriad activities – from learning the basics of car maintenance to making Pad Thai and dumplings to planting succulents and everything in between. Some Seawolves chose to learn a new sport like Disc Golf, while others chose to take advantage of the Sippican shoreline by sailing, kayaking, and finding ocean critters. More of our Seawolves played Dungeons and Dragons and cribbage, read Tarot cards, and learned to perfectly grill chicken. It was a weekend full of fun and festivities, no matter what the students were doing, be it taking part in rowdy games of cornhole and pickleball, quietly reading in a corner of the Admissions Living Room, or hiking on nearby Sippican Lands Trusts trails. All weekend long, there were signs of friendship and connections all around Tabor’s campus and beyond.
We've missed you and are excited to invite you to campus for a fun Fall Family Weekend designed to celebrate Tabor families. We are planning tours, activities, academic offerings, athletic contests, and social events. Events begin at 6:00 PM on Thursday, October 21 with a reception and dinner on campus for parents and guardians of the Senior Class (2022) and end after your student’s last commitment on Saturday, October 23. For more information, contact the Office of Parent Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A note regarding COVID-19: Tabor continues to monitor and respond to the evolving COVID-19 landscape with the health and safety of our students and campus community as our highest priority. We intend, at this time, to proceed with in-person events on campus this fall. All event schedules remain subject to change.
Kick-off Fall Family Weekend with a special event especially for the parents and guardians of Seniors!
Head of School Tony Jaccaci and his wife, Lucia, cordially invite parents and guardians of the Class of 2022 to join him for a reception and dinner at the waterfront tent.
R.S.V.P by October 14
Your student will be busy with their Tabor commitments; this event is just for adults.
The health and wellbeing of our entire community remains our top priority, and we continue to follow the Massachusetts Department of Public Health COVID-19 Recommendations and Mask Requirements. We recommend that all individuals have a mask with them for use indoors and ask that unvaccinated individuals wear masks indoors at all times. All individuals may be unmasked outdoors but are asked to still practice proper social distancing. Tabor continues to monitor the evolving COVID-19 landscape. We intend to proceed with in-person events on campus this fall, but please note all event schedules remain subject to change.