AEEP Registration for 2022-2023 Information

AEEP Registration for 2022-2023 Information
Posted on 03/14/2022

 Dear Family: 

There are still some classroom spots available for the 2022-2023 school year. We encourage those who may be interested to sign up now to secure a spot.

Registration forms are located in the outer foyer, Monday through Friday (except holidays), from 8:15-2:45.  You may also access forms on-line at  AEEP - Registration...  Select schools, then Abington Early Education Program.

Documentation, paperwork, and a deposit check can be dropped off at the AEEP office, where the secretary will assist you with next steps. 

 The following materials will be included in the packet: 

  1. Health History, Student Emergency Information Form, Home Language Survey, Developmental History Forms, and

  Abington Public Schools Registration Form (*enrollment packet)

2. Proof of Residency (see list below)

3. Birth Certificate (bring a copy of birth certificate to leave in child's folder)

4. Report of Physical Examination within the past 14 months 

5. Report of Lead Testing

6. Certificates of Immunization (all of the following must be documented):

DTaP:  4 or more doses      

Mumps, Measles, Rubella Vaccine: 1 dose                             

Polio Vaccine: 3 or more doses   Hepatitis B: 3 doses                           

Varicella: 1 dose or Physician’s documentation of disease   

Hib: 1 to 4 doses 

Immunization records for the above are required by State Law before a child is allowed to enter school.  These requirements shall not apply (1) upon presentation of written documentation that the child meets the standards for medical or religious exemption set forth in Mass General Laws or (2) in the case of measles, mumps, or rubella upon presentation of laboratory evidence of immunity, which can be obtained from your physician.  Your child will not be allowed to begin school without proof of immunization or an explanation on file with us. All requirements must be completed prior to your child entering school in September.

Screenings for new students usually take place in March, April and June, prior to the new school year.  You will be given a screening appointment at drop in registration.   The results of the screening will assist in classroom placement with Special Education students. You will be notified if there is a need for further testing.           

Parents sometimes question whether or not their child is ready to begin school. They may be concerned about maturity, language issues, or other factors.  If you would like to speak with someone about your child’s school readiness, please notify us at registration.  If you have any questions, please telephone the AEEP at 781-982-2195.                                                                     

  • Proof of Residency (one example from EACH category)
  • Evidence of Residency (provide one (1) of the following):
    • Record of recent mortgage payments and/or property tax bill
    • Fully signed and executed Lease and/or Rental Agreement
    • Landlord/Owner of Property Affidavit
    • Fully signed and executed Purchase and Sale (P&S) Agreement (occupancy dates must occur within 30 days of student enrollment)
    • Section 8 Agreement

      AND

  • Evidence of Occupancy (provide one (1) of the following):
  • Gas/Oil Bill, Electric Bill, Home (not cell) Telephone Bill, Cable/Internet Provider Bill, Water Bill (note: bill must be dated within the past 45 days and include both your name and address)
  • Recent bill dated within the past 45 days showing both your name and address (note: a Residency Statement/Affidavit is required with this option)
  • Occupancy Statement/Affidavit must be notarized if a bill cannot be provided prior to student’s enrollment.