Abbott Elementary and Abbott Jr. High UIL teams earn 1st at this year's district contests.

News and Announcements

Notice of Meeting
Tuesday, December 16th from 5:30 to 8:30
Abbott Jr. High Students Win First at UIL
Fifty-one Abbott students competed in the 2014-2015 Junior High (Grades 6-8) District 20-A Zone 1 UIL Academic Meet held at Gholson School. Abbott placed first in competition. Other schools competing in the tournament were: Aquilla, Bynum, and Gholson.
Abbott Elementary Students Win UIL Academic Championship
Forty Abbott students competed in the 2014-2015 Elementary (Grades 2-5) Conference 1A, District 26 Zone 1 UIL Academic Meet held at Bynum School. Abbott placed first in competition and awarded the Zone 1 Championship. Other schools competing in the tournament were: Aquilla and Bynum.
Abbott ISD is accepting Transfer Applications
Abbott ISD is accepting transfer applications for students at all grade levels.
Student Council Sponsors Food Drive
The Abbott Student Council would like to thank everyone for their overwhelming support during our annual “Food for Families” food drive campaign. Abbott ISD delivered nonperishable food and cash donations for a total of 5,204 pounds of food to H.I.M., which is Hill county’s food pantry.
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Abbott ISD Facebook Page

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Tax Rate
ABBOTT ISD ADOPTED A TAX RATE THAT WILL RAISE MORE TAXES FOR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS THAN LAST YEAR'S TAX RATE;

THE TAX RATE WILL EFFECTIVELY BE RAISED BY 22.7089 PERCENT AND WILL RAISE TAXES FOR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS ON A $100,000 HOME BY APPROXIMATELY $40.00.
Abbott High School Students Earn 1st at UIL District 20-A Meet
Several Abbott High School students recently competed in the UIL District 20-A Meet at Navarro College in Corsicana. Abbott earned 1st place overall. Other schools competing in the meet were Aquilla, Blum, Bynum, Covington, Frost, Kopperl, Morgan, Mount Calm, Penelope, and Walnut Springs.
Dress Code for Abbott ISD
As of 12/11/13, the Abbott ISD School Board has approved the following dress code change:
No unnatural hair color, designs, or style will be allows that is deemed distracting by administration.
Click on the above link for the new dress code for Abbott ISD.
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