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Summer School Registration Forms Summer School Registration

This year’s summer school will run from July 6-July 31.  These weeks have bus service in the morning as well as at 3:00pm.  There is no bus at 1:00pm.   

Courses are open to 2019-20 Kindergarten to 12th grade students unless otherwise noted.  Summer school will take place at the elementary school with a few courses being held in high school classrooms.


Schools of Recognition Announcement Award

MADISON — State Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor recognizes the School District of Abbotsford as being among 107 schools in the state that received Wisconsin Title I School of Recognition honors in the 2019-20 school year.

            The Schools of Recognition award is presented to schools leveraging federal Title I funding to provide additional resources and services to economically disadvantaged students. The staff and students of Abbotsford earned an award for BEATING THE ODDS. Criteria for receiving a Schools of Recognition award includes reaching goals for test participation, attendance, and graduation rates. Additional criteria, and a full description of award categories can be found on the DPI’s website.

Parent / Student Resource Student Resource

When you are learning offsite,  you will need to check your District Email account every day for information from your teachers and other adults about coursework, lessons, and/or content.   All elementary-aged students should access their teacher’s webpage (link here), for assignments and communications. All middle school and high school students should check their teacher’s webpage (link here) as well as their District Gmail account throughout the day. Gmail is going to be an important tool for getting the information you need to successfully learn in the cloud.  And if you need help using Gmail, School District of Abbotsford educators can support you.

School Closing Update Covid 19 Update

REVISED 3-31-2020

Tuesday, March 31, 2020


Happy Tuesday afternoon everyone!  It's time for another community update.  As more and more questions surface regarding 'when' we might return to school, I am compelled to remain honest with all of you.  Based on this morning's internet conversation with numerous Superintendents around the state, we are hearing that returning to school before the end of the academic school year is not looking good.  As you know, Wisconsin is still on a steep incline in regards to ever increasing positive COVID-19 cases. What I can tell you is that the School District of Abbotsford will remain true to its academic calendar; meaning, classes will end on June 5th.  In the meantime, your district leaders and our extremely dedicated teaching and support staffs are working tirelessly to provide your students ongoing learning opportunities. 

Covid-19 Parent Letter Coronavirus

As our state grapples with the spread of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus), I wanted to share how our district is closely monitoring the spread of the virus and preparing for any necessary response while prioritizing the health, safety, and well-being of our students and staff. We continue to take guidance from the Wisconsin Department of Health, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and our local county health services. Our leadership and safety personnel have reviewed and updated our Abbotsford School District pandemic plan, as well as reviewed and revised procedures should long-term school closure become necessary.

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Visitor Management System Visitor Badge

We currently are using the Raptor Visitor Management System in all of our schools to strengthen our program of campus safety for students and faculty. Part of keeping students and faculty safe is knowing who is in our buildings at all times, and the Raptor system allows us to screen visitors, contractors, and volunteers who intend to move about our schools and provide us with a safer environment for our students and staff.