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Students to Enter Lubbock County Fair Competition

This trailer was built by Jayden Taylor, Cody Henson, Kaden Lance, Antonio Mendez, Michael Trevino, Dante and George Flores, Hayden Rexrode and Russell Rexrode in Mr. Howe's Ag Mechanics class. The trailer was entered into the San Antonio Ag Mechanics competition and will be entered in the Lubbock County Fair competition.
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Basketball Area Match-up

The area basketball game will be our Abernathy Antelopes (Home) vs. Wall at Lamesa O.W. Follis Gymnasium on Friday, February 22nd at 7 p.m. The adult entrance fee will be $5 and the student fee will be $3. Come and support our Abernathy Antelopes!
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Matt Knight Elected President-Elect for ATSSB

Matt Knight has been elected to the Association of Texas Small School Small School Bands (ATSSB) President-Elect for the state of Texas. This is an overall commitment of six years. He will serve as president for 2 years, and as past-president for two years. Matt will be on the ground floor of small school band decisions that affect students all over the state of Texas.

Congratulations Mr. Knight for representing Abernathy ISD in such a positive way! Always a great day to be a Lope!
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Martinez, Biggs Take District

CONGRATUALTIONS to Jackie Biggs and Novelei Martinez. They are DISTRICT CHAMPS in CX Debate and are coached by Suzanne Hamilton. It’s a great day to be a Lope!
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Board Recognizes Students

Students were recognized at the regularly scheduled board meeting Thursday night, January 24th.

Superintendent Glen Teal presented certificates to students for achieving All-State and All-State Academic in Football and Cross Country. Congratulations students! Always a great day to be a Lope!
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ATSSB All-State Auditions

Super proud of these students who auditioned at the Area Level of the ATSSB All-State auditions. They competed with the Best of the Best and did an out standing job. They were excellent representatives for an awesome school and an awesome community!

Congratulations to Keelan Knight for finishing first at the Area West ATSSB Auditions on Saturday. He will perform with the ATSSB A-3A All-State Band in San Antonio on February 16, 2019 at the Texas Music Educators Association convention. Thanks for representing Abernathy High School at the highest level!

Left to right—back row
Grant Moore, Keelan Knight, Cade Simmons, Craig Schueler

Jacalin Raelyn Biggs, Gia Gonzales
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Weather Delay

Abernathy ISD will have a delayed 10am start on Monday, December 10th, due to freezing snow melt on our roads and around our school grounds. The safety of our students, families, and staff is of utmost importance to us. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
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Antelopes Conclude a Great Football Season

Congratulations to our awesome Abernathy Antelope football team on an incredible run in the playoffs in our first year in 3A! Making it to the State Quarterfinal round speaks very highly of all of the hard work in the off-season and during the season by our players, coaches, managers, & trainers. We are also incredibly proud of the wonderful community support as our crowds were always larger & louder than our opponents! Special thanks to our phenomenal seniors for their leadership as well as our first-class, top-shelf coaching staff!! Very well done, Lopes!!
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Antelopes Advance to State Quarterfinals

ANTELOPE GAME CHANGE. PLEASE MAKE NOTE OF CHANGES IN LOPE FOOTBALL! Due to worsening weather forecasts on Friday in the Amarillo area, we are moving the State Quarterfinal game vs Canadian to Thursday, December 6th @ 7pm at Dick Bivins. AISD will dismiss at 3pm. All ticket info is the same. Please SHARE!
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JH Basketball Update

The Junior high basketball tournament has been rescheduled to Saturday, December 15th, due to football playoffs and chances of bad weather this weekend.
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Lopes advance to Regional Football Playoff - Nov. 30

Abernathy Antelopes vs. Tulia Hornets Nov. 30 at 7:00pm in Plainview! Additional info to post on Friday's football game:

Abernathy (Home) vs Tulia (Visitors)
Greg Sherwood Memorial Stadium, Plainview, Texas
November 30th 7:00pm
$6 -Adults $ 4-Students
Passes: District, THSCA, & Senior Citizen
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AHS Students Vote for the First Time

A group of seniors from Abernathy High School took a field trip to the polls Tuesday morning. It was the first time they got the chance to exercise their right to vote thanks to their teacher and principal. More than 332,000 Texans between the ages of 18 and 29 voted early marking a 477% increase from the 2014 midterm elections, according to a survey by the data company Target Smart. Follow the link to see the interviews. Way to go Antelopes!
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UIL Regional Congress Meet Results

Abernathy successfully competed in the UIL Regional Congress meet in Lubbock on November 1. Cade Simmons, Jackie Biggs and Avery Myatt were the three team members. Novelei Martinez and Elizabeth Bloys were alternates.
Jackie placed first; Cade placed second and Avery placed second alternate to state.
State competition for Congress will be held in Austin in January.
Practice started in August with the submitting of bills/resolutions for the contest. Two of Abernathy's bills were accepted and research began for the twenty bills for the contest. The contest was two three hour sessions ran in the format of Congress. 3A and 6A (Frenship) were in the same chamber. 3A also had Denver City and Muleshoe competing.
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Football Send-Off

We will have a sendoff for the football team at 2:30 on December 6th. Come out and show your support for the Antelopes as they head to Amarillo to take on Canadian! Go Lopes!
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Abernathy Elementary Gets Recognition from TASP

Abernathy Elementary was spotlighted by the Texas Association of School Psychologists for their school theme this year: "Do Good Together". They have implemented social and emotional learning concepts and school-wide behavior supports to foster a pro-social school climate. Teachers have shared reasons why they continue to contribute to public education. Great work, Abernathy Elementary!
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