Abington Middle School

Grades: 5-8     Hours: 7:50 AM - 2:22 PM

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Latest News

PreK - 8 Summer Academic Program With the support of federal and local special education funding, the Abington Public Schools invites some students on an Individual Education Plan to attend the PreK-8 Summer Academic Program. Please click here for more information about the PreK-8 Summer Program...
Dare Summer Program please click here for more information about the Summer Dare Program...
Abington Public Schools Summer Retreat new programs for the summer of 2018, Improv... and Cooking...
Secondary Summer School Program 2018 for grades 7 - 12, runs from July 9, 2018 to August 2, 2018, registration at AHS Library June 27 and 28, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM, for summer school details, please click here...
Abington Middle Upcoming Events

06/27 - REGISTRATION FOR SECONDARY SUMMER SCHOOL AND SUMMER RETREAT, AHS LIBRARY, 5:00 PM TO 7:00 PM
06/28 - REGISTRATION FOR SECONDARY SUMMER SCHOOL AND SUMMER RETREAT, AHS LIBRARY, 5:00 PM TO 7:00 PM
07/09 - SUMMER SCHOOL AND SUMMER RETREAT OPEN
07/23 TO 07/27 - DARE SUMMER PROGRAM
08/27 - BACK TO SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE, GRADES 5 AND 6, 5:00 PM TO 7:00 PM
08/29 - OPENING DAY OF SCHOOL
09/06 - BACK TO SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE GRADES 7 AND 8, 6:00 PM TO 8;30 PM

News

Message from the Principal

Good Afternoon,

 Over the past two months the staff at Abington Middle School has taken part in ALICE training including online e-learning, in person instruction and response drills. Today all Abington Middle School students learned about ALICE. The experience for students included a forty-five minute presentation delivered by Ms. Nali and myself consisting of a PowerPoint presentation and a video demonstrating the steps in ALICE. This is a sensitive, but important topic to discuss with students. Having been trained as an ALICE trainer myself, I can share that while speaking about these things can be unsettling, after my training I wanted nothing more than to share the information I had learned with my loved ones at home, and to make sure my students here at AMS had all of the information they needed to be as safe as possible.  Following the presentations today students returned to homerooms for a brief conversation with teachers.  I expect that students may come home from school today with questions or wanting to share information that they learned today. Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions you may have. 

Have a great weekend, three days to go!

Mr. MacCurtain, Principal

Erica Nali, Assistant Principal