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Best Buddy Award
Abington High School Senior Brian Cashman and the 2017-18 Abington High School Hockey team have been named the 2018 recipient of The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM)/Team Surge Best Buddy Award. Please click here for the full story...
District School Calendars The 2017-2018 district school calendar has been revised. Please click here for the revised version...
The 2018-2019 school calendar has been approved by the school committee. Please click here for the 2018-2019 school calendar...
School Committee Meeting
The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Abington School Committee is Tuesday, Tuesday, April 24, 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Abington High/Middle School library.
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Message from the Superintendent

Dear Parents/Guardians:

The best way to be and feel as safe as possible in our schools is to be ever vigilant. Therefore, last night the School Committee approved two additional half days for the full implementation of ALICE training for this school year for the Abington Public Schools. ALICE training is a response to the threat of a violent intruder in schools, businesses or public areas. It is a universal response that provides people with options in the event that they are in danger.  
 
The attached PowerPoint provides some information regarding ALICE training.
ALICE stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate. More information will be forthcoming in the weeks and months ahead including an evening for parents and guardians to get information and ask questions.
 
Although nationally only about 25% of schools have shifted from traditional Lockdown to ALICE, it is the predominantly recommended program among emergency agencies and safety task forces around the country. The goal is to complete the training across the district and with students by the close of this school year.

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

Sincerely,
Peter Schafer, Superintendent of Schools
Abington Public Schools
1071 Washington St.
Abington, MA  02351
781-982-2150
On Twitter: @AbingtonSupt