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FBLA Host Color Fun Run/Walk Color Run

October - The Abbotsford Future Business Leaders of America chapter hosted their 1st annual 5K Color Fun Run/Walk on October 14th.  Over 50 racers participated in the event which was a fundraiser to help with costs associated with business competitions, community services activities, and leadership development opportunities.  A huge thank you goes out to all of those who participated and the exceptional local businesses that sponsored the event.  Thank you!

FCCLA Participates in Leadership Lab FCCLA Leadership Lab Students

October - The Abbotsford FCCLA chapter joined 20 other schools to be "Inspired by FCCLA".  They listened to a keynote speaker on cyberbullying and then participated in breakout sessions on leadership skills, competition events, networking, and how to create a strong foundation for their FCCLA organization.  

Car Decals for Sale

 

Decals for Sale - Abby Pride car decals are for sale to help support the victims of the recent hurricanes.  Live sales will occur before the Homecoming football game on Friday 9/22 from 6:30 - 7:00 pm or you can click here for an order form.  Contact Ally Meserole with questions.

2017 Homecoming Celebration Abby Homecoming

2017 Abbotsford Homecoming
September 18 - 22

Celebrate by helping the district raise money for hurricane victims in the southern states. Community Members are welcome to drop money off at the HS office. 

Homecoming week dress up days are as follows:

  • Monday - Nerd/Video Game Day
  • ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Tuesday – America Day
  • Wednesday - Twin Day
  • Thursday - Class Color Day
    • Seniors – Black
    • Juniors – Red
    • Sophomores – Blue
    • Freshmen – Green
    • Middle School – Yellow
    • Staff – White
  • Friday – School Spirit Day
FCCLA Competes at Nationals FCCLA

Five FCCLA members attended the national convention in Nashville, TN this past summer.  Congrations on your success!   Sadie Gunderson, Anna Schraufnagel, and Morgan Wogernese earned a silver in Life Event Planning - Occupational.  Dylana Schreiner and Julia Otten earned a silver in Entrepreneurship.  

Staff Inservice Dr. Michael Weber

Thank you to Dr. Michael Weber for the great presentation at the Abbotsford School District inservice.  

Abbotsford Youth Boys Basketball Basketball

Any boy in grades 3 through 8, who is interested in participating in organized basketball this fall/winter
and would like information about our programs, contact Coach Dean Bellanti at dbellanti@abbotsford.k12.wi.us.

Stay Connected SchoolPointe

Download the SchoolPointe Stay Connected App and search for Abbotsford School District.  Use our app to stay up-to date with news and events, access sports and event calendars, receive notifications, and more.  It is free and compatible with iOS 9.0 and later.

American Red Cross Blood Drive American Red Cross

Join us for an American Red Cross Blood Drive on Monday, September 18.  The blood drive will run from Noon - 6:00 pm in the North Gym.  Visit redcrossblood.org or click here to register to donate.  

FBLA 5K Color Fun Run FBLA Fun Run

Join the Abbotsford High School Future Business Leaders of America chapter for a 5k Color FUN RUN on Saturday, October 14, 2017. This event will raise money to pay for the costs associated with attending business competitions, attending local chapter events, acquiring professional development opportunities, and organizing community service projects for the members of Abbotsford High School’s FBLA chapter.

To find out more and register, go to goo.gl/uKa6xA.

Countdown to Kickoff: Abbotsford hopes to reload after losing top two rushers Countdown to Kickoff

ABBOTSFORD (WAOW) -

Abbotsford shocked the state in 2016, backing up its second-straight Cloverwood title by winning three playoff games and advancing all the way to the state semifinals.

After losing their top two rushers and all of their offensive linemen, the Falcons are hoping this season is more "reload" than "rebuild."

Gone are top rushers Brock Halopka and Ethan Kramas, who together combined for 2,800 yards of total offense.

In their absence, head coach Jacob Knapmiller will put a lot of weight on the shoulders of returning quarterback Ean Rau. Not only will he make the calls on offense, but defense as well - where he'll play middle linebacker in his senior season.

Rau is looked at as the leader, but even he admits he can't do it all by himself.

"We feel we have guys coming back that can do the same thing (Kramas and Halopka did) if we block for them," he said. "Our offensive line is definitely talented enough and I think we can do the same thing."

Knapmiller said that not only does the playoff experience help his returning players, but the added practice time is a benefit. The team grow from the fact that those four playoff games led to four extra weeks of practice.

"We rushed for five thousand yards last year and only three thousand of those were (Halopka and Kramas)," Knapmiller said. "Just being a team and collectively working together

"I think these guys believe in it but they also have individual goals that are awesome and they've worked to achieve them."

Abbotsford opens the season on the road at Crandon on August 18.

 

Youth Girls Basketball Informational Meeting

Parents interested in having their 3rd - 8th grade daughter play organized basketball this Fall, please attend an informational meeting on Wednesday, August 2 at 6:00 pm in the Abbotsford High School Community Room.  If you cannot make the meeting but would like the information, contact Head Coach Kelsey Anderson at kanderson@abbotsford.k12.wi.us.

Wisconsin Title I Schools of Recognition Wisconsin Title I School

MADISON — State Superintendent Tony Evers praised Abbotsford Middle/Senior High for being among 178 schools in the state that received Wisconsin Title I School of Recognition honors for the 2016-17 school year during a special May 1 ceremony at the State Capitol in Madison.

Evers welcomed, elementary principal Gary Gunderson and middle/senior high principal Ryan Bargender to the recognition event. The state superintendent recognized 21 High-Achieving schools and 21 High-Progress schools as identified by results from 2015-16 statewide assessments; nine schools earned both High-Achieving and High-Progress honors. Four schools earned the award for a 10th consecutive year, while nine schools earned the award for a fifth consecutive year.
 

“Our Schools of Recognition are staffed by dedicated educators,” Evers said. “Their success is something to celebrate; it serves as an example of the importance of schools, families, and communities working together to ensure that every child graduates ready for college and careers.”

This is the 12th consecutive year Abbotsford Middle/Senior High has won the award in the category of “Beating the Odds.”

Abbotsford Wellness Center Abby Fitness Center

Consider a fitness membership!

If you would like information about the Abbotsford Wellness Center, please contact Selenia Espino, AWC Director at
715-223-8524 or sespino@abbotsford.k12.wi.us


Click HERE for further information.

Status of Nondiscrimination and Equality of Educational Opportunity

The report of the Status of Nondiscrimination and Equality of Educational Opportunity for the School District of Abbotsford is available for all residents of the school district to review.
Please inquire at the District Office, Elementary School Office or the Middle/High School Office.