Every child, Every chance, Every day!
We believe that students can excel in a safe learning environment.
We believe each student should be valued for his/her uniqueness and be provided individual educational opportunities which promote success in both school and life.
We believe that home/school/community partnerships are an integral part of the learning process.
The staff will be committed to contributing and working collaboratively within their team and the school, as a whole, to meet the needs of our students.
I am proud to be a Tabernacle Student. Today, I will show respect for my classmates, my teachers and myself. Today, I will take responsibility for my words and my actions because both show my true character. Today, I will be the best person I can be.
The original Tabernacle School was constructed in 1936 on 8.62 acres for $27,318.13. The original school included six classrooms and an auditorium. The school received its name from Tabernacle Township which was named for a Methodist Church. There were two buses for the school and seven grades in six rooms.
On March 14th, 1997, the faculty, staff, and students moved into a new 56,000 square foot facility. For 7.1 million dollars, we are operating under a state-of-the-art structure.
Since the move to the new facility in 1997, the following additions have been added:
* a covered walkway to front entrance
* extended staff parking lot
* replaced lab with state-of-the-art PC's to accommodate an entire
classroom with Internet access (Fall of 2002, Summer of 2009)
* addition of PC's to computer work stations in media center (as of Fall 2002)
* a Mobile Lab that houses 30 laptop computers (Fall 2007)