Academic Award assemblies are held after each report card period to acknowledge and recognize the efforts and successes of all students. Students receive certificates highlighting their excellent scholarship. Graduating eighth graders are eligible for a variety of awards which include the following:
This monetary award is given to deserving eighth graders who have consistently displayed exemplary citizenship, integrity, kindness and honesty toward all fellow students and staff. It is not based on financial need or academic success. The Abbott staff nominates and votes for the recipients of this award.
Three Landucci Awards are given in the areas of Outstanding Academic Achievement, Outstanding Service, and Outstanding Math/Science Achievement.
A contribution to a college scholarship given to deserving Black students.
A contribution to strive toward higher education at a community or four-year college given to deserving Latino students.
A contribution given to encourage deserving students to continue their education beyond high school.
A contribution given to deserving students who strive to continue their education beyond high school.
The Superintendent’s Award for Perfect Attendance is given to those eighth grade graduates who have an exemplary record of attendance (no excused or unexcused absences, or independent study) and have had no tardies for all three years at the same middle school. Students absent due to a religious holiday will not be disqualified.
The Turnbull Award given to the student who has the best combined outstanding service and academic achievement. This award is rotated among all four middle schools on an annual basis.