Dr. Tabatha Ware


Dr. Ware earned a bachelor’s degree in Middle Grades Education with a concentration in Math and Literacy from Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah Georgia and a master's degree in education from Cameron University, Lawton, Oklahoma. Soon after, she attended Tennessee State University, Nashville, Tennessee, where she attained the degree of Specialist of Education in Administration and Supervision. She returned to school to earn a doctorate degree from Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia in Educational Leadership.

Dr. Ware began her teaching career at Lewis Fraizer Middle School in Hinesville, Georgia. She has served as the Educational Specialist of Early Childhood Education with Marie Detty Head Start in Lawton, Oklahoma. This is where she developed a love for educating young children. Dr. Ware’s educational journey with DoDEA includes serving as a kindergarten teacher for more than a decade. She has taught at Smith and Wetzel Elementary Schools in Baumholder, Germany, Marshall Elementary School, Fort Campbell, Kentucky and Humphreys Elementary School at Pyeongtaek, South Korea. Dr. Ware has served as Assistant Principal at André Lucas Elementary School and Fort Campbell High School, both at Fort Campbell Kentucky. She was principal at Marshall Elementary School and interim principal for Fort Campbell High School.

She understands the dynamics of the military lifestyle because she lived this life for over 20 years. Dr. Ware believes in building the foundation that bridges home and school life for students. She also believes in having a partnership with parents to create a safe learning experience for students. Therefore, she takes pride in serving the military affiliated students and their families.

Welcome Message


Welcome to the new school year. The charge for this school year is to be cognizant of student needs and provide social, emotional, behavioral, and academic support to our students. Students perform well and can experience academic achievement when the basic needs are met by the adults in their lives. As a family, school and community team, we can work together to make this a productive school year.

The Wolfpack faculty and staff are excited to provide rigorous instruction to our students. We will work hard to plan and deliver the best educational experiences using DoDEA’s College and Career Readiness standards. This school year we are working diligently to assist students with closing academic gaps caused by absenteeism due to the global pandemic or other unforeseen circumstances. Parents can assist with this challenge by minimizing absences and keeping track of your student’s absences.

The Wolfpack family is dedicated to providing a positive and collaborative educational environment for students. It is extremely important for families, school personnel, and community representatives to work as a collaborative team to make decisions for students based on sound judgment, various sources of data, and the basic understanding of the best practices for students. Therefore, the importance of having parents and community representatives present on the School Advisory Committee and the Parent Teacher Organization is imperative. Parent involvement is an advantageous strategy to secure student academic support.

Our doors are always open to stakeholders. We welcome you to come in and discuss school matters. We are anticipating building strong relationships and operating as a comprehensive Wolfpack family. We are impacting the lives of students one day at a time.

Assistant Principal

Sevilla Elementary Middle School

Assistant Principal

Dr. Tabatha Ware, DoDEA employees official photo.

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