Abington Early Education Program/Pre-K

Grades: Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten

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Latest News

Resources to Discuss Race The Abington History Department has provided some resources your family can use to discuss racial disparities in America and give some context to this moment in time. Additionally, all of us will be offering a live question and answer session during one of our regularly scheduled office hours this week. This is intended to provide students a safe space to ask questions and discuss their thoughts on this tragedy. Please click here for details - Resources to Discuss Race...
A List of Helpful Resources
Because our building is not open, we are sharing these resources with you on our web page. We are hoping that there may be something of interest to you among the many links listed here.
Student and Family Resources Please click the link to find other links to instructions and step by step video guides to help students and families navigate APS distance learning options - Student and Family Resources...
Continuity of Learning Online Resources please click here for a list of online learning resources compiled by the Abington Public Schools...
Important Reminder
It is critical that you park in the parking lot and walk your student to the
building at drop off and pick up. There is to be no parking or idling in the driveway or van areas. This is a safety concern as well as a directive from the Fire Department. Please see the front desk with any questions or concerns.

A Message from the Principal

Dear Families:
Painted rocks have been popping up everywhere over the course of this pandemic. We thought it would be nice to have some at the AEEP! We welcome any decorated rocks you'd like to make. We will display them around the playground for now. When we return to in-school instruction, we will find a new home for them for safety reasons.

You can drop off any creations during our parade on the June 15, 2020. We will have a spot for you to do so to maintain social distancing parameters. 
We're very excited to see your decorated rocks!

Teachers and therapists have updated our school OneNote to reflect the new theme.
Please know that we fully understand the constraints you are facing. We are not looking to overwhelm anyone with information or communication. Please engage with this learning format in a way that works for your child and your family, and know that our teachers and therapists are always available to you for questions or individualized suggestions.

The platform for AEEP is a OneNote notebook. Your child’s teacher will have shared this link with you. I hope that the layout of the notebook is user-friendly, but, should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out either to the teacher or myself (
I know that all families are facing their own unique challenges with time and scheduling. Recognizing this, the teachers and I are making every effort as a program to not inundate you with updates, emails, and the like. That said, please contact us at any time. We are available to you for questions, ideas, support, and consistency. Staff will be offering “office hours” when they are readily available, but all of us will answer emails within 24 hours of receipt. It’s so important that we stay in touch!
All of us at the Abington Early Education Program are wishing you and your family health and wellness during this prolonged closure. We miss all of you tremendously and hope very much to once again see you in person very soon.
We are all thinking of and missing you. We hope you have a good week.
The AEEP Team