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Grades: Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten

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Abington Early Education Program (AEEP)/Pre-K Upcoming Events

02/25 - PRE-SCHOOL AND PRE-K FALL REGISTRATION, 4:00 PM TO 7:00 PM
02/26 - JOE'S CRAZ-ZY CRITTERS VISITS THE AEEP, 9:00 AM AND NOON
02/26 - SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEETING, TOWN HALL, 7:00 PM
03/07 - EARLY RELEASE/STAFF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY, 10:55 AM DISMISSAL, NO AFTERNOON PRE-K
03/13 - SCHOOL COUNCIL MEETING, 2:30 PM
03/13 - PTO MEETING, 10:15 AM - 10:45 AM, COPELAND ROOM ABINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
03/14 - AHS DRAMA CLUB PRESENTS "GREASE"
03/15 - AHS DRAMA CLUB PRESENTS "GREASE"

03/29 - EARLY RELEASE/STAFF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY, 10:55 AM DISMISSAL, NO AFTERNOON PRE-K
04/10 - PTO MEETING, 10:15 AM - 10:45 AM, COPELAND ROOM ABINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
04/13 - SCHOOL COUNCIL MEETING, 2:30 PM
04/15 TO 04/19 - SPRING BREAK, NO SCHOOL
05/08 - SCHOOL COUNCIL MEETING, 2:30 PM
05/08 - PTO MEETING, 10:15 AM - 10:45 AM, COPELAND ROOM ABINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
05/09 - EARLY RELEASE/STAFF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY, 10:55 AM DISMISSAL, NO AFTERNOON PRE-K
05/27 - NO SCHOOL, MEMORIAL DAY
06/12 - PTO MEETING, 10:15 AM - 10:45 AM, COPELAND ROOM ABINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY

AEEP Pre-School and Pre-K Fall Registration
 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2019, FROM 4:00-7:00 P.M.
Prior to registration, pick up your New Student Enrollment packets at AEEP Preschool, Door 25, 201 Gliniewicz Way. Bring back completed paperwork with required documents referred to on packet. Click here for registration details...
AEEP February 2019 Parent Bulletin please click here for the AEEP February 2019 parent bulletin...
Home-School Connection to Teaching and Learning Resource please click here for more information about this Home-School Connection from the Department of Education...
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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 AEEP school profile letter...

For the safety of all, please remember that passing a school bus or van when the lights are flashing is illegal. When you drop off or pick up your child, either exit around the back of the facility or using the driveway at the top (closest to Gliniwicz Way) exit. DO NOT TURN LEFT and pass any van while the lights are flashing. This will be strictly enforced and violators may be ticketed and/or fined. Thank you in advance for your compliance with this important matter.


Now that the weather is consistently cold, please remember to send your child with appropriate clothes for outdoor play. We are also in full swing with our bucket filler program. We encourage you to use the bucket filling and bucket dipping language at home, as well. This really helps reinforce social awareness skills across all settings.

NOTES FROM THE SCHOOL NURSE
A little sniffle. A bit of a cough. Should you send your child to school, or stay home? If he/she has mild cold symptoms with no fever and feels well otherwise, it’s OK to attend school.
Here are a few guidelines, but when in doubt, you should always call your pediatric care provider for advice:
Fever: If your child’s temperature is 100 degrees or higher, keep him/ her at home. Encourage your child to drink plenty of fluids while at home. You may send your child back to school when he/she has been fever free (without medicine, i.e., Tylenol or Motrin) for 24 hours.
Diarrhea or vomiting: Keep your child at home until the illness is over, and 24 hours after the last episode (without medicine).
Bad cough/Cold: Children with a bad cough should stay home and possibly see the doctor to rule out bronchitis, flu, or pneumonia. When the cough improves and your child is feeling better, it’s fine to attend school. Don’t wait for the cough to disappear entirely as it may take a week or longer. As cough drops present a choking hazard, please provide your child with a bottle of water to help sooth a cough.
Sore throat: A minor sore throat is usually not a problem. However, a severe sore throat, even one without a fever, could be strep throat. Symptoms associated with strep in children include headache, stomach upset and even foul breath. You need to keep your child home and take him/her to your care provider. If it is determined that it is strep they need to remain at home until 24 hours after antibiotic treatment has begun.
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.

Fondly,

Lora Monachino