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...
AEEP Preschool Celebration Parade
Please join the AEEP on Monday, June 15, 2020 from 10:45 AM to 12:15 PM for a celebration parade. Click the link for the parade details and map...
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 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! Thank you.
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.
In an effort to help the families of Abington during these unprecedented times, the Abington Public Schools Food Service Program will be providing grab-and-go breakfast and lunch meals to families in need of food assistance.
If your family is in need of assistance, please contact Bernie Darcy, Food Service Director, at email@example.com
or at 781-982-2156 to make arrangements for meals.
Felicia Moschella, Ph.D.
Assistant Superintendent for Business and Finance Abington Public Schools