What is Google Docs?


Technology integration in education has been a big topic for over a decade now. School administrators are always looking for new ways to make schoolwork accessible to students via the Internet and to encourage Internet usage for the purpose of educational improvement. Google Docs, along with its accompanying services like Google Drive and Google Slides, […] Read more »

Tabor Adds New Dorm


Tabor Academy has just begun construction on its newest building – a larger, greener dormitory for students. The dorm will be named Matsumura House, in honor of a family who has donated to the funding of the project. Tabor has 19 dorms that are scattered throughout campus, the largest of which houses 32 students. The […] Read more »

Academic Achievements


Rhode Island College is pleased to announce that Jaclyn Hahn of Mattapoisett and Sarah Blasenak of Rochester been named to the Fall 2014 Dean’s List for scholastic achievement. Full-time RIC students must attain a minimum grade point average of 3.25 for the semester in order to qualify. Breannon Meuse of Rochester was recently named to […] Read more »

Tabor Academy to Host Wrestling Championship


Tabor Academy is honored and excited to host the 68th annual New England Independent School Wrestling Championship. On Friday, February 20 and Saturday, February 21 approximately 280 wrestlers, representing fifty New England independent schools, will compete for All New England status and a chance to qualify for the Prep National Tournament held annually at Lehigh […] Read more »

Martin Luther King Jr. Day


The Tabor community celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day in a different way this year. On Friday, January 16, the remembrance began with a presentation in the Wickenden Chapel by Dr. Peniel Joseph, who spoke about Martin Luther King and his legacy. Dr. Joseph is the Director of the Center for the Study of Race […] Read more »

Seniors Share Tips on College Applications


Senior year is generally a busy time for students, with challenging classes, graduation looming, and events like Prom and field trips designed to celebrate seniors’ time at the school. However, perhaps nothing is more time-consuming than college applications. Although most deadlines for colleges occur between November 1 and February 15, they still affect a large […] Read more »

Academic Achievements


Jonathan L. Morton of Mattapoisett has been named to the Dean’s List at Western New England for the fall semester of 2014. Morton is working towards a degree in Accounting. Students are named to the Dean’s List for achieving a semester grade point average of 3.30 or higher. Stonehill College recently named Rochester native Madison […] Read more »

Superintendent Gives Mid-Cycle Review

Twice a year, Superintendent of Schools Doug White has to update the Joint School Committee on his goals for the school year; on January 15, White highlighted his six goals and the progress he is making toward meeting them on time. This year, White ensures the full implementation of the Social Emotional Learning (SEL) curricula […] Read more »

Teachers Weigh in on PowerSchool


Last week, students shared their thoughts on PowerSchool, an online service that allows students to access their grades anytime they please. This week, three Old Rochester Regional High School teachers gave their opinions on the website which, for teachers, goes under the moniker of PowerTeacher. The main services of PowerSchool for teachers include managing their […] Read more »

Seawolves of Tabor

Junior Lily Blouin has been uniting the Tabor community one photo at a time. Blouin, an international student from Canada, is involved in a number of activities at Tabor, especially the photography program. Over the summer, Blouin was inspired by Brandon Stanton’s “Humans of New York” project, one in which he approaches random people in […] Read more »