AISD is excited to announce that Lela Taubert has been appointed elementary principal. Lela has served in education for fifteen years, most recently at the Region 17 Educational Service Center, Hale Center and Wharton College. She replaces Mr. Kelly Priest. He will assume the principal role at the middle school for AISD.
The Abernathy Masonic Lodge awarded Mr. Youngblood the Mirabeau B. Lamar Award at the recent School Board meeting. Mr. Youngblood is retiring this year after 30 years in education and leading Abernathy in 14 of those years. Congratulations and thank you Mr. Youngblood!
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"The Place Where Champions are Made!!" Girls: incoming 4th- 8th grade
Tuesday Aug 4th- Thursday Aug 6th
Time: 9:00am- 11:30am
Site: Abernathy Softball field
Cost: $25 per camper
The School Board named Glen Teal the lone finalist for the Superintendent position at AISD. Mr. Teal currently serves as an Assistant Superintendent at Andrews ISD. He is replacing Herb Youngblood who will be retiring and entering business in the private sector.
WAY TO GO LOPES AND LADY LOPES!!!!
Girls 4X100 Meter Relay Michaela McClenney, Haley Myatt, Madelyn Turner, Hailey Woodard 8th 51.85
200M Haley Myatt 3rd 26.56
Long Jump Haley Myatt 4th 16'10 1/2"
Boys Results-Xavier Rivera -2nd in Shot (Advances to State)
Luis Macias -2nd Place in 1600 (Advances to State)
Ryan Soliz will continue his football career next year at Southern Nazarene University in Oklahoma! Congratulations Ryan!!!
The AHS girls softball team defeated Clarendon to become district champions! Congratulations girls!!!
TEXAS Association of Future Educators Angela Palacios competed in Lesson Planning-STEM and was top finalist. Morgan Harkey competed in impromptu Speaking. Students competed against over 2000 students from across the nation! Way to go ladies!