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    The mission of the Abington Public Schools is to provide all students with relevant, challenging educational experiences to prepare them to be engaged, responsible citizens and members of the global community.

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Sidewalk Advisory please click here for the "Sidewalk Advisory"...
Kindergarten Registration Parent Informational Flyer, please click here...
New School/Early Release Day Update As a result of the very good news that out new Pre-Kindergarten, 5-8 Middle School and 9-12 High School will be opening for the 2017-18 school year, the half-day Professional Development Day previously scheduled on Thursday, May 4, 2017, has been moved to Wednesday, June 7, 2017in order to provide time for some of the classroom logistical needs.
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Message from the Superintendent

Dear Abington School Community:

I am pleased to announce that the school construction project has gone so well that it is anticipated we will begin the 2017-18 school year in the new building. This means exciting changes and improvements across all grade levels for all students.

Grades PreK-12 will benefit from improved technology resources and spaces for learning.

Pre-Kindergarten: Students will be in the new state-of-the-art school building, with their own  learning area.

Grades K-2: Students will be at the Beaver Brook Elementary School. This will reduce the student population in what is now an overcrowded grades 1-4 building. Improved technology resources will be added from across the district.

Please click here for the complete "Message from the Superintendent"...

Peter Schafer, Superintendent of APS