ABILENE – The Abilene ISD has announced that Reagan Elementary School will close at the end of the 2020-21 school year and is hosting two more informational meetings for parents at four elementary schools that will take in Reagan students.
The first meeting between district administrators and Reagan parents was Tuesday night (Sept. 15) at the Clack Middle School cafeteria, giving Reagan parents a chance to look at the proposed boundary plan and ask questions of both AISD and campus leaders. The next two meetings are set for Tuesday, Sept. 22, and Thursday, Sept. 24, both at 6 p.m. in the Clack Middle School cafeteria.
The Sept. 22 meeting is scheduled for parents whose children currently or will attend Austin or Bassetti elementary schools, while the Sept. 24 meeting is for parents whose children currently or will attend Lee or Dyess elementary schools. However, if parents are unable to make their designated meeting, they can attend the other scheduled meeting.
If Reagan parents missed the Sept. 15 meeting, they are welcome to attend one of the other two informational meetings. The AISD Board of Trustees will vote Oct. 5 on whether or not to accept the district’s recommended attendance zone plan for the 2021-22 school year and beyond.
If parents can’t make any of the three meetings, they can view the presentation on the new attendance zones at the link above.