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Remote Learning Throughout April vacation Period
In order to provide and maintain most consistent routines and continuous engagement for our students and families during these stressful and challenging times, the Abington Public Schools will be providing remote learning through the previously scheduled April Vacation period on Tuesday, April 21 - Friday, April , 2020.. 
These changes to the school calendar mean that the Abington Public Schools last day of school will now be June 15, 2020.  
Special Education Documentation During the COVID-19 Closure please click here for an update regarding Special Education documentation during the COVID-19 closure...
School Committee Meeting
The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Abington School Committee will be determined at a later date.
Update on Remote Learning in Abington Please click here to read our latest Update on Remote Learning in Abington.
Food Assistance
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 meals@abingtonps.org or at 781-982-2156 to make arrangements for meals.
Felicia Moschella, Ph.D.
Assistant Superintendent for Business and Finance Abington Public Schools
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Message from the Superintendent

April 3, 2020
Dear Abington School Community,
 I hope this finds you safe and well. These are undoubtedly chaotic and challenging times. We are all doing our best to take care of our loved ones and modifying our personal and professional lives as best we can; we have all had to make significant changes. There will be a day, in the not so distant future, that things will get better.
It has been difficult to keep pace with the constantly evolving situation. However, as adults in the lives of children, we have an obligation to do everything that we can for them no matter what the circumstance. Although we know the benefit of being in a classroom with educators and peers cannot be replaced, we must stay connected now, more than ever, and provide the best remote learning program possible for our students. It is also a stressful time for families, students and educators; we ask that everyone please engage in the remote teaching and learning to the best of their ability based on their own circumstances.

As we pivot to a remote learning environment, the district will maintain the following priorities:
• Maintain and nurture strong connections with students and families
• Implement remote learning to provide instructional content in a thoughtful and measured way so all students can learn and grow
• Provide information on Remote Learning Expectations
• Provide services and supports to help meet the many needs of all students

REMOTE LEARNING: What You and Your Child Can Expect
Students and families can access our online learning platforms via your child’s log-in:
o Grades K-2 OneNote- Via link provided by educators
o Grades 3-12 Canvas- Via your child’s log-in
All educators are available via email, should you have any questions, concerns or comments.

Students Grades K-4
• Each week, classroom teachers will provide a “Week-At-A-Glace" schedule of assignments, activities and experiences
o Grades K-2 lessons will be posted in OneNote
o Grades 3-4 lessons will be posted in Canvas
• Lessons shall provide deeper coverage of existing content, review materials and be standards based
• Teachers will provide feedback on assignments in a timely fashion
• Assignments, activities and experiences are anticipated to take approximately three (3) hours per day/fifteen (15) hours per week
• Teachers shall make available 2 synchronous or live "check-in" opportunities per week for the purpose of maintaining personal contact with students through district approved platforms (Microsoft Teams)
• Teachers will hold online “office hours” at least one hour each day
• Specialist teachers will provide one assignment per week

Students Grades 5-6
• Each week, by grade level, teachers will provide a “Week-At-A-Glace" schedule of assignments, activities and experiences in Canvas
• Lessons shall provide deeper coverage of existing content, review materials and be standards based
• Teachers will provide feedback on assignments in a timely fashion
• Teachers will hold online “office hours” at least one hour each day
• Assignments, activities and experiences are anticipated to take approximately three (3) hours per day/fifteen (15) hours per week
• Teachers shall make available 2 synchronous or live "check-in" opportunities per week for the purpose of maintaining personal contact with students through district approved platforms (Microsoft Teams)
• Teachers will hold online “office hours” at least one hour each day
• Specialist teachers will provide one assignment per week

Students Grades 7-12
• Each week, teachers will provide a “Week-At-A-Glace" schedule of assignments, activities and experiences
• Lessons shall provide deeper coverage of existing content, review materials and be standards based. Additionally, new curricular content may be presented to students as mutually determined by teachers and their respective administrator(s)
• Teachers will provide feedback on assignments in a timely fashion
• Assignments, activities and experiences are anticipated to take approximately three (3) hours per week, or thirty-six (36) minutes per day, per subject area
• Teachers will hold online “office hours” at least one hour each day
• Specialist teachers will provide one assignment per week

Availability of Guidance Counselors/Adjustment Counselors/High School Psychologist
• "Office hours” will be held three (3) hours per day/fifteen (15) hours per week, and will be communicated via email to their students

Nurses/Librarian
• Will provide resources to teachers, families and students weekly
• "Office hours” will be held three (3) hours a day, fifteen (15) hours a week

If your child receives Special Education services:
• Each week, your child’s Special Education Teacher and Related Service Providers will develop an individualized plan to address the goals on your child’s IEP in a remote format
• The Special Education Teachers and Service Providers’ service-delivery may consist of assignments at your child’s instructional level, provision of family resources to help support your child, telephone or email consultations with the Special Education Teacher and Related Service Provider, and virtual service-delivery to your child
• Special Education Teachers and Related Service Providers will initiate service-delivery by reviewing previously-learned skills to minimize the regression that your child may be experiencing due to missed instruction and changes in routines
• Maintaining the connection between your family and your child’s Special Education Teacher and Related Service Providers is of the utmost importance. Special Education Teachers and Related Service Providers will check-in with your family at least once per week. Additionally, Special Education Teachers and Related Service Providers will maintain one virtual “Office Hour” per week when you may drop in for supplemental support
• IEP Meetings will resume during the closure in a virtual format. An IEP Team Chairperson will contact your family if it is time for your Annual Review Meeting. You may elect to postpone your meeting until normal school operations resume
Thank you for your continued patience and understanding as we work to transform education in a very short period of time. Throughout this challenge it will be stressful, mistakes will be made, and it will be frustrating. Abington is a strong and resilient community with a proud history of care and support. What is most important is that we continue to be there one another and stay safe and well.
Sincerely,
Peter Schafer, Superintendent

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