To pay for high school classes during summer learning, please
contact the following:
Abilene High & ATEMS students: Alicia Reyes Gomez at 677-1731 ext. 2215,
Cooper students: Ruby Prado at 691-1000 ext. 4363.

ABILENE – The Abilene ISD rolled out its Summer Learning Plan for 2020 on Friday, and it includes 16 days of instruction spread out over June and July to aid students going into the 2020-21 school year.

Summer learning options are available for all students. However, students who are in need of recapturing credit to be promoted to the next grade level or students in need of recovering individual course credits may choose one of the following three options:

  1. direct teacher instruction on summer learning campuses
  2. online learning for K-8th grade (see Texas Home Learning link below)
  3. paper packets mailed directly to the home

All summer learning in the AISD will occur over four weeks, Monday thru Thursday, 8 a.m.-12 p.m., on four different campuses: Bowie Elementary School, Johnston Elementary School, Craig Middle School, and Abilene High School.

The first two weeks will be June 15-18, followed by June 22-25. After a week off leading into the July 4 holiday, the final two weeks will be July 6-9 and July 13-16.

Registration is required to receive credit and the registration deadline is June 9. Contact Your home campus to register.

Due to social distancing requirements; students in need of recovering credit, students in the special ed program, students in the ESL program, and students receiving 504 services will receive priority for direct teacher instruction.  All other students may access summer learning online or request the option of having learning packets delivered directly to their homes. Contact your home campus to request packets.

For more information on AISD summer learning, click on the information link below.

Summer School Information
Texas Home Learning (Online Home Instruction)