Welcome to Abbeville Elementary

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  • Arrival Time: 7:20 AM / Dismissal Time: 2:40 PM (Car)/ 2:45 PM (Bus)

    Bell Schedule

    Homeroom/1st: 7:20 AM- 8:40 AM Core

    2nd: 8:41 AM-9:33 AM Core

    3rd: 9:34 AM-10:26 AM Core

    4th: 10:27 AM-11:44 AM Core

    5th: 11:45 AM-12:43 PM Core

    6th: 12:44 PM-1:26 PM Core

    7th/Break: 1:27 PM- 2:40 PM


  • Contact Us

    Phone: (334) 585-3679

    Fax: (334) 585-1122

    School Records Request may be faxed or emailed to:

  • Grades The STI InformationNOW Parent Portal is available to guardians. This tool allows guardians to view up-to-date information on their child's progress, grades, attendance, etc.  

    • You must have a password (which changes every year)  in order to access the website.

    • AES will not be mailing this information to guardians.

    • Because of the confidentiality of information, students will not bring this information home.

    • The guardian must come in person and sign for his/her password.

    • After you receive your login information, if you have any difficulty logging on or using INOW, please contact the counselor, Scharona Dawkins.

    To log into the portal, click the A+ gray colored icon named "Grades" at the top of the website (example below).

  • Mission Statement

    The mission of Henry County School System is to produce confident, self-directed life long learners that will become productive citizens in our global community.

    Vision Statement:

    Abbeville Elementary School is a school where students THINK, LEARN, AND GROW which will lead them to be self-directed, lifelong, productive citizens in our global society!


  • Henry County Schools Belief Statements:

    • A safe and physically comfortable environment promotes student learning.
    • Facilitating open communication between school staff, learners, parents, and community promotes a sense of involvement and commitment to the entire educational process.
    • A student’s education is enhanced by positive relationships, extra-curricular activities and a system of academic, emotional and spiritual support.
    • Student learning needs should be the primary focus of all decisions impacting the work of the school.
    • Students learn in different ways and should be provided with a variety of instructional approaches, including the use of technology, to support their learning.
    • Students should be encouraged to participate in extra -curricular activities in order to develop leadership and teamwork skills outside the classroom.
    • The school staff’s commitment to continuous improvement is imperative if our schools are to enable students to become confident, self-directed, lifelong learners.
    • Faculty members should commit themselves daily to implement best instructional practices to reach each individual student.
    • All Henry County School System employees should strive to become better each day in meeting the needs of the student.