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Principal's Message

Graduation Message:
Due to the current restrictions that prohibit gatherings of more than 50 people during Phase II of the Phase Guidance for Virginia Schools, we are not permitted to provide a traditional graduation experience on June 19. 
Additionally, with a limit of 50 individuals, we do not feel we could successfully accomplish any graduation type event that would be any more significant than the individual graduations that took place in May.  We sincerely apologize that we are not able to provide the Class of 2020 with a large group graduation experience given the current guidelines.     
 
 
Zoom attached - April 1st-Upcoming 9th grade scheduling forms (PowerPoint and forms located below in Latest News)
Video attached - March 25th -Instruction Moving Forward
Video attached - March 23rd-School remains closed & Seniors
Video attached - March 20th-K-12 Educational Resources
Video attached - March 17th-Current Events
Video attached - March 16th-Moving Forward

Beliefs

We believe:
  • Each student is a valued individual.
  • All students can learn.
  • Students learn best in an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust.
  • Everyone associated with Abingdon High School should be accountable.
  • Student attendance is crucial for learning.
  • Students' health and well-being affect learning.
  • Students deserve a safe and supportive environment.
  • Learning is a cooperative endeavor between the school and community.
  • Extracurricular activities enhance learning.

Mission

The mission of Abingdon High School is to prepare students to be productive, responsible citizens of the global community.
 

Vision

Abingdon High School's vision is to be a community in which all students are receptive to learning, all teachers are committed to the success of every student, and all parents are supportive of the educational process.

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Chromebook or Technology Help

Technology Help Hours Tuesday and Thursday 9:00am-3:00pm Academic Assistance Hours (including Social Emotional Wellness) Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 4:00pm-7:00p Saturday 10:00am-2:00pm Open for In-person help or internet access For remote assistance, call the Help Center: 276-739-3115 Help Center phone 276-739-3115

Meal Distribution Information

MEAL DISTRIBUTION INFORMATION Beginning Tuesday August 25th Meals Distribution Service (Pick-up Only) will be as follows: Meal Distribution will be held on Tuesday and Thursday at all Washington County Virginia Schools Meals may be pick-up between the hours of 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm Meals are at no cost. To ensure meal provisions for the entire week: Tuesday distribution will include Tues. & Wed. – breakfast & lunch Thursday distribution will include Thurs., Fri., & Mon., - breakfast & lunch Please remain in your vehicle, this is a drive-thru service. In the event you have children attending more than one school, meals may be picked up at one location. Under the School Breakfast and National School Lunch Programs, Child Nutrition is only allowed to provide meals to Enrolled Students of Washington County Virginia Schools. Enrolled students do not have to be present in the vehicle for meals pick-up. Enrolled Students names/ID number will be used to claim daily meals received. Meal distribution schedules will change, when our District transitions from all virtual learning to the in-person hybrid model of instruction for students.