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New Parent Portal is Here

On the afternoon of January 22nd, Abernathy ISD will be rolling out our updated Parent Portal, also known as ASCENDER ParentPortal. This site provides web access to school-related information about your students, including attendance and grades. The new program will work similarly to our previous Parent Portal system, with a new and improved look and some additional features. If you have any questions regarding this program, please contact your child's campus secretary.
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High School Band Honors

Super proud of Jacalin Raelyn Biggs, Keelan Knight, Craig Schueler, and Joe Villa. Saturday they competed at the area level on their respective instruments. Jackie and Craig made a return trip. Both improved from previous years! Joe, a first time auditioned, is the ATSSB Area West 1st alternate to the All State Band for the trumpet section. Keelan will be returning for his second time to San Antonio in February as member of the ATSSB All-State Band in the percussion section as he finished 1st at Area for the second year in a row. We'd also like to congratulate the Abernathy Band students who earned a spot in the 3A/4A High School All Region Band. Special thanks to Mrs. Knight working with the students the last two weeks.
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Students Honor Fallen First Responders

Abernathy High School students wore blue clothing to honor Officer Nicholas Reyna who lost his life this weekend. On Tuesday students dressed in red to honor Lt. Eric Hill, the Lubbock firefighter who lost his life on Saturday, and Matt Dawson, Lubbock firefighter/paramedic, who was injured on Saturday.
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Abernathy ISD Blood Drive

Abernathy ISD will be hosting a blood drive on January 27th from 2:30 to 6 p.m. Please click this article for more details.


About Us

Abernathy Independent School District encompasses 179 square miles in Hale and Lubbock Counties. The district has an enrollment of a little over 780 students. AISD offers a half-day Pre-K program, full day Kindergarten, a school-wide Title I program, vocational programs, dual credit courses, band, athletics, special education, and gifted/talented classes. Abernathy ISD students have the opportunity to graduate with 36 hours of college credit.
The mission of the Abernathy ISD is to provide a challenging environment for students to become prepared, confident, and well-rounded men and women of integrity.
AISD has been recognized by TEA for its attendance rate, number of graduates on the Recommended Program, college preparedness in English-Language Arts and Math. In prior years all 3 campuses have been recognized for their test scores in writing, reading, math and science. Abernathy High School has been identified as one of the top schools in the state in English-Language Arts by Texas Monthly.
AISD stresses technology on all campuses. Currently, the district has approximately 600 computers including two labs on each campus all connected to the internet via a 100 Mb connection to Region 17 for Internet and Distance Learning. AISD also maintains a wireless network on all campuses, including wireless laptop carts. Each classroom is also equipped with a Promethean interactive board and projector, and all Elementary classrooms have at least 4 student computers.
The district and campuses continue to meet the standards of the new more rigorous accountability system with distinctions. 
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