The Student Life Office embraces a mission that includes the recognition that Tabor’s success as a 21st century school is embedded in a genuine understanding of how the components of diversity (race, ethnicity, gender, socio-economic status, religion, intellectual and physical ability, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, family structure, language and geographic place of origin) reflect the core values of our school’s mission, which is rooted in compassion, respect, trust, honesty, and personal responsibility.
The Co-Directors of Equity and Inclusion are supported by the Diversity Leadership Council (DLC)
which establishes policies, practices and programs that support the interconnectedness of the aforementioned cultural identifiers and further develop the cultural competency of our community’s members to allow for true dialogue and collaboration within our school and with local, regional, national, and international communities. In addition, the recent creation of IMPACT, a multicultural group of students across grade levels, will supplement the work of the DLC by promoting awareness of diversity, equity, and social justice issues that particularly impact the student body.
To that end, Tabor is committed to helping support a community in which all members have voice, are given respect and see their identities reflected and affirmed in the curriculum, co-curriculum, and physical and virtual environments of the school. Read our Statement of Diversity and Inclusion
For further information about Equity and Inclusion at Tabor, please contact Mel Bride, Dean of Community Life, at 508.291.8344 or email@example.com