Abington Early Education Program/Pre-K

Grades: Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten

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Latest News

AEEP Playground Use
We are happy to see so many families making use of the playground outside of school hours, and we encourage you to visit during the summer months, as well. Active play is so important for young children. Please just take care to closely supervise your child and be certain that the equipment is being used appropriately (e.g. going down slides feet first, not arms first; not climbing up either the inside or outside of the slide; not sitting or standing on the center of the teeter-totter). We want everyone to have fun AND play safely. Thank you!
Lora Monachino, Early Childhood and Out of District Coordinator
AEEP June 2019 Parent Bulletin please click here for the AEEP June 2019 parent bulletin...
For Safety Sake
For safety reasons, we are asking that our children not use the turf playing fields after school if there is a High School practice or game taking place. As we certainly encourage physical activity, you may use the preschool play area after the P.M. PreK session. The children can run on the turf playing fields provided there are no high school students utilizing the fields, or if physical education classes are taking place earlier in the day. Thank you for your understanding.

A Message from the Principal

Dear Families:

Every year, each public school and school district in Massachusetts receives a report card. Just as your child’s report card shows how he/she is doing in different subjects; the school’s report card is designed to show families how our school is doing in different areas. A link to our school’s report card is available at AEEP School Links page. Please click here for the complete AEEPschool profile letter...

FROM THE SCHOOL NURSE - A happy summer vacation to all! Your student has learned many things this year including ways to be healthy and safe. They have learned about choosing healthy foods and snacks. Why not try a little garden at home? You can even grow some things like herbs and tomatoes in containers. Becoming involved in the process makes trying new foods easier. It is also fun. Summer brings with it the opportunity for relaxation and fun activities. Enjoy, but keep all those safety rules in mind! Parent/Guardians: If your student is returning to AEEP in September, please be sure to submit his/her updated physical to us now, or during the 2019-2020 school year. If your student is entering Kindergarten at BBES in September, I will be delivering medical files to their health office at the end of next week. All current students’ prescription medications, inhalers, and the like, will be returned to you on your student’s last day here next week. Donna Conso, RN, BSN

As always, thank you for sharing your children with us here at AEEP. We are excited to be working with all of you.

Lora Monachino