Homecoming 2020 Update – 8/18/2020

Our Homecoming Week was originally scheduled for the week of August 31th.  However, we are going to reschedule all Homecoming events.  This includes the selling of Homecoming t-shirts and Homecoming Court.

We have seen some games cancelled already this season, and we don’t want to risk having a Homecoming game cancelled.  Moving Homecoming to the basketball season will give us time to get a better sense of sports this year and hopefully give us that Friday game to rally around.

When the basketball schedule is finalized, we will announce the new Homecoming Week.  We look forward to celebrating with everyone!



School Opening Update 7/31/2020

Tabernacle Family,

As we get closer to the start of school, we continue to take some common sense and practical measures toward reopening the school in the current climate.  As we said in the last message, we have put preventative and responsive measures in place that will allow us to reopen our doors to the physical classroom.  These same measures have been in place this summer with our Kindergarten and Elementary Summer Daycamps, and we have been able to remain open and functioning.


Update on School Reopening for 2020-2021

Thank you all for your patience as we have worked on preparing the 2020-2021 school year.  There is simply no roadmap for times like these.  We can only consider all factors and make decisions we feel are in the best interest of our families and our faculty and staff.

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Christian Character Awards 2019-2020

While we were unable to have our full Honors Assembly, we did want to spotlight our Christian Character Award winners for the 2019-2020 school year.


Details for Picking up Materials 4/7/2020

We will have all materials ready for pickup tomorrow at 9:00am and 3:00pm. You may come at either time, so you can choose which fits best with your schedule. We will be taking every precaution we can to be safe, but that may mean a slower process than a normal pickup. Here is what you can do to help us speed things up.
 
1.  When you arrive, please go all the way down to the far end of the parking lot (near the dumpster) and turn back into the parking lot. We expect a lot of people at one time, and we need to be sure we can keep traffic from backing up onto Highway 31.
It would help greatly if you could print your name in bold print on a sheet of paper and have it in your windshield. Material is separated by family, so knowing which family you are at a quick glance will help tremendously. If you don’t have the ability to do this, that’s ok!
 
2.  Mrs. Earley will be stationed near the lunchroom adding a note with your name to the outside of your windshield. The more families that can be prepared beforehand, though, will help things be quicker.
 
3.  As you come around the front of the building, please pull into 3 separate lines like we do each normal afternoon. Mrs. Wooters will have a stop sign down towards the gym indicating how far for the first cars to pull up.
 
4.  Mrs. Harmon will be calling out family names as you pull through. We will have a crew of workers in masks and gloves ready to bring your material to your car. You will not not have to leave your vehicle.
 
5. Between trips to cars, we will have two teachers working to sanitize the gloves of the ones bringing the material to the cars.
 
6. Our staff will also be picking up the work from the last 3 weeks that students should have completed. Please bag these items and put your child’s name and grade on it. We will be sure it gets to his/her teacher so proper credit can be given.
 
We are looking forward to seeing everyone again, even if it is just through a windshield!


School Update 4/6/2020

Let me begin by thanking you for the overwhelming emails and calls of thanks, encouragement, and support as we have been working through this process from beginning to end.  We could have simply said we were following Jefferson County and closing our doors to everyone, but there is a reason our families don’t attend these public schools.  You expect more, and you deserve more.  If there is a way for us to deliver that, we can and we will.  We could have told all our parents that we were continuing with class for everyone, but that would not have been responsive to the needs of our families.  Again, you deserve more.


School Update 4/4/2020

Our plan to update our families on Friday regarding the remainder of the year was preempted by Kay Ivey’s Shelter-in-Place Order. We have met to discuss the details of that Order and its effects on school. Thankfully, the Governor has recognized educators as part of an essential operation for purposes of distance learning and education continuity plans [Section 2(j)]. This means that our students do not have to end the year short of that goal we had the first day we walked into the school in August.


School Update 4/2/2020

Tabernacle Family,

It has certainly been an unprecedented time that has required us to take some unprecedented actions.  We met with all of our faculty and staff this week to discuss what the end of the year looks like.  Even a simple endeavor like a staff meeting turned into a 3-day event as we scheduled separate meetings with small, spread out groups, with enough time in between meetings to clean surfaces.  It wasn’t our typical staff meeting, but it worked without putting our people at unnecessary risk.


Re-Enrollment Update

Tabernacle Family,
 
The best thing about online Enrollment is that Re-Enrollment no longer requires coming into the office.  You can still quickly and safely complete Re-Enrollment during this time.


Update on School Closure

Governor Ivey has extended the physical closure of schools for the remainder of the year. All things considered, we believe it is best to do the same.