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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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Latest News

Chester J. Millett, Jr. Outstanding Teacher Award
Nomination packets are available on the Abington Public Schools' web site:  Click here for nomination packet for the 2015 Chester J. Millett, Jr. Outstanding Teacher Award for parents and students.  The deadline has been extended to Wednesday, April 8, 2015.
Good Friday There will be no school in all schools on Friday, April 3, 2015.
Kindergarten Registration
Abington Public Schools are in the process of registering kindergarten students for the 2015-2016 school year. If your child, or a child you know, will be 5 years old on or before August 31, 2015, he or she is eligible for kindergarten. Please click here for more information...

A Message from the Superintendent

Dear Abington Community,

As we say goodbye to the cold dark winter days, we say hello to the warmer longer days of the spring season.  Unfortunately, that also means that we are in testing season.  School departments across Massachusetts will be administering the required state assessments. 

Please remember these tests are a culmination of work completed in and out of school over years.  Therefore, students should not try and “cram” or stay up studying for the exams.  However, they should get enough sleep, eat right and simply try to do their best.  It is similar to performance in sports or the arts.  You cannot over train before the big game or practice a musical instrument all night before a performance.  Doing these things will only impede success. 

Although the right amount of stress to be successful can be a powerful motivator, too much is a hindrance.  The pressure of these tests can be detriment to even well prepared students.  Student nervousness and anxiety can result in lost sleep, irritability, physical discomforts and interfere with performance.  Nobody wants a child to feel this way and we all want them to be successful.  Again, students should get enough sleep, eat right and simply try to do their best. 

Thank you for your support of your child’s education.

Peter Schafer, Superintendent of Abington Public Schools