New students settle in at Tabor

 

City Administrator Matt Stiles greets a new student as they check in at Tabor. Stiles and other city officials presented students with welcome bags from Hillsboro businesses put together by the CVB, Mayor Lou Thurston was also on hand to meet the students and their families and welcome them to Hillsboro. Tabor welcomed 152 freshman and 41 transfers this weekend.  Photo by Brendon Green.

Tabor’s new students participated in a color war on Saturday to kick off their weekend of orientation activities.Tabor welcomed 152 freshman and 41 transfers this weekend. Photo by Michael Klaassen.

 

A massive slip and slide was just one of many fun activities that new students enjoyed during the weekend of orientation at Tabor. Students moved in on Saturday and spent their first several days getting to know each other, Tabor and Hillsboro. Tabor welcomed 152 freshman and 41 transfers this weekend. Photo by Michael Klaassen.“We loved partnering with the Fire Department with the slip and side and the Chamber with the Cruise Night! City officials, Chamber of Commerce and the CVB came out to our check in to welcome and give welcome bags to our students,” said Tabor’s Digital Content Manager Michael Klaassen.

New Tabor students moved in on Saturday and enjoyed a weekend of activities getting to know each other, Tabor and Hillsboro. Tabor welcomed 152 freshman and 41 transfers this weekend. Photos by Michael Klaassen.

 

 

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