Abington Early Education Program/Pre-K

Grades: Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten

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Latest News

District School Calendars The 2017-2018 district school calendar has been revised. Please click here for the revised version...
The 2018-2019 school calendar has been approved by the school committee. Please click here for the 2018-2019 school calendar...
Abington Early Education Program (AEEP)/Pre-K Upcoming Events

05/28 - NO SCHOOL, MEMORIAL DAY
06/11 - EARLY RELEASE/STAFF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY, NO AFTERNOON PRE-K (ADDITIONAL RELEASE DAY FOR EMERGENCY RESPONSE TRAINING)
06/19 - APS SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEETING, 7:00 PM. AHS/AMS LIBRARY

06/20 - TENTATIVE LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
07/01 - 2018-2019 BUS FORMS DUE

PreK-8 Summer Academic Program

With the support of federal and local special education funding, the Abington Public Schools invites some students on an Individual Education Plan to attend the PreK-8 Summer Academic Program. Please click here for more information about the PreK-8 Summer Program...

News

A Message from the Principal

Dear Families,

The new facility is feeling like home, there is a little snow on the ground, and everyone is scrambling with shopping. It must be the week before the holiday break! A very big and genuine thank you to everyone for working so closely and patiently with us as we've worked through many of the kinks that are involved in opening a new building. It's been an exciting start to the year. Faculty, staff and children have made the Abington Early Education Program a fantastic, warm, and caring environment in which to learn and grow.

With all the parking now available, the fire department is looking to eliminate people using the fire lane for drop off and pick up. Please take advantage of the many spaces in the lot to park your car and walk your child to/from the building. If there continue to be any questions about parking, the traffic pattern, or other building issues, please contact our office. We will look to answer you as quickly as possible and resolve any concerns.

Because we recognize the importance of movement and fresh air for young, growing bodies and as such are making every effort to get outside, if even for a brief walk. Please be sure to send your child in with appropriate outdoor clothing: coat, hat, mittens, and scarf. Snow boots are a great idea, too, as they tend to keep feet warmer than shoes. 

Again, thank you for all you have done to make the Abington Early Education Program such a terrific program.

Lora Monachino, principal