On Friday, April 5, 2019 we practiced the safety drill of how to evacuate from the cafeteria as a large group and move through a doorway independently rather than waiting for someone to hold the door. Our students rose to the occasion of a quick and safe evacuation to our waiting area. Thanks also goes to our staff and police department for their participation in this step by step safety drill.
Look for a blue letter in your child’s backpack on Friday, April 12, 2019. It is your opportunity to share information that will help us as we begin next year’s class list development later in May at BBES and Woodsdale
We are pleased that the hard work and effort of our library volunteers who coded all our books into the computer has led to an automated check in/check out system available for use. Staff can take their classes to the library and scan books in or out. This has been a collaborative effort between the technology department, volunteers, and administrators. In addition to our school library, grades K and 1 visit the Abington Public Library each year. The Public Library librarian also visits kindergarten to read to each class.
Kindergarten 2019-2020 If you know someone who has a child who will be 5 years old by August 31, 2019; please share that paperwork and a program overview can be found on our website Abingtonps.org. or you can pick up a packet to complete the registration process. If you have any other questions, please call our office at 781-982-2185.
Mrs. Zinni and Mrs. Gover
Guardians/Parents who sign up in My Bucks to pay or add money to their child’s lunch account may follow the directions under Food Service (on website www.myschoolbucks.com) so you can receive an electronic alert when the account is low on funds.
Please sign up for Constant Contact to get our newsletter by email. Go to abingtonps.org then click Join Our Mailing List at the top of the screen.