Abington's WEEK AHEAD: School plans, Town Elections, 9-1-1 dispatching, fish chowder, football season starts
Abington School Superintendent Peter Schafer says there’s a growing likelihood students will be able to return to classrooms full time before the end of this school year.
Abington's week ahead features continued unhappiness over vaccinations, discussions about town elections, a boosters fundraiser, and meetings with the selectmen, finance, and school boards.
Teachers should be considered front line workers and made eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine immediately, Abington Schools Superintendent Peter Schafer and Abington Education Association President Steve Shannon argue in a letter sent to Gov. Charlie Baker yesterday.
Abington's classrooms are too small to host a full roster of students with current social distancing ruled im place, Schools Superintendent Peter Schafer said during a recent epsiode of Abigton Community Access & Media's Community Chat
An update from the January 26 meeting of the Abington School Committee.
Final plans are being made for a shift in Abington's hybrid learning model that will result in those students spending significantly more time watching classroom lessons live during their at home days.
This week in Abington includes students returning back to school; health, planning, and school board meetings, and more.
Abington's students will return to the classroom Jan. 4 as planned, Schools Superintendent Peter Schafer announced Friday.
Abington's classes are moving back to full remote as the the town's climbing COVID-19 case load is resulting in a growing number of empty chairs in school classrooms.