For many parents, students, and educators the recent tragedy involving a violent act on a high school campus in Winston-Salem has our hearts saddened. Anytime there is harm brought against innocent students and staff it is heart-breaking; Even more so when it hits close to home. Our prayers go out to the Mount Tabor School Community. Greensboro College takes the safety of everyone on campus very seriously. Security is often visible and patrolling campus throughout the day. However, you can help us continue to provide a safe school environment by continuing to adhere to the following:
1). Parents and visitors, be sure you check in the front office anytime visiting campus.
2). Students be sure you have your HS one cards (preferably on a lanyard around your neck)
3). Students should be aware of their surrounding. If you see something strange or out of the ordinary, say something to campus safety, a teacher or administrator.
4). If you hear of any rumors or discussions of threats of violence, tell someone.
4). All students should lock in the number to Campus Safety into their phone #336-312-9911 and the number to the school office 336-370-8300.
College Books- there are still several college books in my office that students have not picked up.
Attending college classes- remember the number one reason why students fail a college class is because they do not attend. Students must attend college classes everyday. If students are having any trouble in their college class, they need to meet with Mrs. Horton or Ms. Keels
Laptops-we still have students who have not picked up their laptops, please see Mr. Walters (located in the basement of the Main Building) for assistance.
September 6th – No HS School and College Classes in observance of Labor Day.
Yearbook- There will be a short interest meeting for students wishing to join the Yearbook Staff on Wednesday at 10:55 (lunch) in Ms. Stephenson’s room. Yearbooks are already on sale! Secure the lowest price possible by ordering yours today! Click here to order!
September 17th- Guilford Schools Workday- no high school classes.
September 22nd- College Assessment Day- No college classes.
Picture Day for Juniors and Seniors- Coming Soon!!!!