Levelland ABC is honored to be 1 of 5 finalists for the H-E-B Excellence in Education Award!
Welcome to Levelland Academic Beginnings Center where we work hard to build a foundation of excellence in learning, character and independence. Levelland ABC was built in 2005-2006 as a state of the art early childhood center. We currently serve approximately 450 students through 3 PPCD (Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities) classrooms, 10 Pre-Kindergarten classrooms, and 11 Kindergarten classrooms, 2 classrooms of which serve our English Language Learners. Students enjoy physical education, music, technology, and library
while attending LABC.
At Levelland ABC we pride ourselves on making learning fun with various school wide activities including: Positive Behavior Support Assemblies, 50th and 100th Day Celebrations, Reading Enrichment, Texas Celebration, When I Grow Up Day, SPC Kindergarten College Day, Pre-K Transportation Parade, Kindergarten UIL and Destination Imagination just to name a few.
As a parent, you have many opportunities to get involved, such as being a member of our Parents In Action Club, volunteering in your child's classroom, joining the classes on field trips, and volunteering to help with school-wide events.
Again, we believe in excellence and will work together to build a strong foundation necessary for life-long success. Thank you for entrusting us with the opportunity to educate your child.
We are great kids
We love our school!
This is why we follow rules:
To be respectful, responsible,
and safe each day!
It’s the Lobo Way!
Levelland Academic Beginnings Center:
We are building a foundation of excellence in learning, character, and independence.
Levelland ABC staff members set the tone for our building through our actions and attitudes. Knowing this, we will demonstrate our continuous support and encouragement of students in these four important ways:
We will commit to the following beliefs:
All children are valuable and can learn.
School should be fun.
Every child is responsible for his/her actions.
The family unit has the primary responsibility for the support system of their children’s education.
We will provide each child with the opportunity to reach his/her potential through a variety of teaching strategies, which reflect unique learning styles and abilities.
We will provide positive feedback to students who are meeting expectations and following the Guidelines for Success.
We will work as a team (home and school) to solve behavior problems that are chronic and/or severe in nature.