Welcome to Mt. Tabor Elementary School

The Parsippany Troy Hills Board of Education opened Mt. Tabor Elementary School in 1930. It served the educational needs of the children in the Mt. Tabor community until its closing in 1981 due to a dwindling student population. In September 1998, Mt. Tabor reopened its doors again to welcome the now increasing student population.

Today, Mt. Tabor continues the tradition of a neighborhood school striving for academic excellence in an atmosphere that encourages individuality within a close knit school community. Nestled high on a hill and supported by caring parents and a dedicated teaching staff, Mt. Tabor is an ideal place for children to grow and learn.

Schools are places that help students make sense of the world around them. Talking to students about issues like racism and protest can be difficult even in the best of times when we are actually with our students and not just looking at them through screens. Nonetheless, these are important conversations and important times. Should you wish, here are a few resources to assist in speaking with your children about these issues.  

NASP – National Association of School Psychologists

Chicago Public Schools – Say Their Names

Talking about Race (National Museum of African American History and Culture)


Attention Incoming Kindergarten Families
Kindergarten Orientation plans are currently on hold.  
More info to follow. 



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