Our Administrators

Anna Harwood
, Principal
Nicole Lantz, Assistant Principal
Dear Abingdon Families,

We are well on our way into the 2021-2022 school year! Abingdon is filled with positive energy and excitement. We love seeing your children’s smiling faces (even with the masks) and watching them grow academically , emotionally and socially.

Attendance continues to be a priority at Abingdon!
  • We want our students here every day, as long as they are able to pass the screener.
  • Students are expected to be in the building prior to the tardy bell at 9:00 am. Just a reminder that 3 unexcused tardies is equal to one absence.
  • Afternoon dismissal starts at 3:40 for car riders and 3:45 for our buses. Unexcused early dismissals also add up to absences.
  • Doctor and dental appointments result in excused tardies or early dismissals as long a note is provided.
  • We understand that sometimes students will be late or need to leave early. Just remember others are still working and learning from bell to bell and your student is missing out.
  • We are excited about our new Attendance Incentive Program. Ask your student about their attendance stamp card. Three random lucky winners will be drawn for a free Frosty or Slurpee each month.
Report Cards are coming soon! The last day of the first quarter is November 1st and report cards are available November 15th.
  • Students in PK-2nd will receive printed report cards.
  • Students in 3-5 will access their report cards through Power School and will not receive a printed copy. A printed copy will go home at the end of the year.
  • Make sure you have your Power School account set up!!! Directions went home earlier this month. Please contact the school if you need help.
The safety of our students and staff is a priority!
  • Students must wear a mask on the bus and during the school day. Masks must cover their mouths and noses.
  • It is a good idea to have an extra mask in their backpacks.
  • Mask breaks are safely given throughout the day, during breakfast and lunch, and at recess.
  • Please talk to your student about being safe on the bus. They need to remain seated, facing forward, masked up, and have quiet voices.
As we start getting ready for the holiday season, take time to reflect on the things you are thankful for and the many gifts in your life. Abingdon is thankful for our families, our community, our students and staff. We hope you have a wonderful holiday season!

Your partners in education,
Mrs. Anna Harwood and Mrs. Nicole Lantz

Celebrating our schools, our students and our community!