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Free Summer Lunch Program

Abernathy ISD is providing free lunch to all children under the age of 18 this summer. Lunch service will begin Tuesday, June 1 and will run through Wednesday, June 30 and will be served 11:30am-12:00pm daily in the cafeteria. Meals must be consumed on site. Curbside service will not be available this summer. We hope you will join us during this time!
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This Year's STAAR

This year’s STAAR results will help families, schools and teachers understand how disruptions to instruction impacted student learning. These results, along with report card grades, can help teachers and families co-create learning plans for next school year. Starting June 28th you will learn more about how to access this information at Starting on June 28th: 1) Find the unique access code on your child’s paper STAAR report card. 2) Visit TexasAssessment.Gov and enter the access code and date of birth. 3) Review your child’s STAAR results and the personalized resources to support learning at home. 4) At the beginning of the school year, discuss the results with your child’s teacher and work together to support your child’s learning
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Abernathy Lopes Baseball Camp

Update: Lope Baseball Camp will be moved to the Football Field Turf for tomorrow 6/1, times will remain the same. No metal cleats will be aloud on the turf. The Abernathy Lope Baseball Camp will be June 1st-3rd for incoming 1st through 9th graders. See the attached flyer 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.