We’re excited to introduce Attleboro Public Schools’s new mobile communication tool - Rooms! Coming soon to the Attleboro Public Schools app, Rooms will be built into our district app so you have one app for everything Attleboro Public Schools.
Kiera Chetlen and Margaret Macalister, two of our Middle School STEAM teachers, participated in Buttonwood Park Zoo’s weekend professional development event entitled “Extreme Zoo Makeover: A STEM Approach to Habitat Design.” They will be bringing this knowledge back to their students during MA STEM Week (October 17-21). Check out the program: https://naaee.org/eepro/learning/workshops-training/extreme-zoo-makeover-stem-approach
2022-2023 Bus Routes now available here: https://www.attleboroschools.com/documents/central-office/business-and-operations/transportation-office/bus-routes-22-23/367476 For more information, please contact the transportation department at: email@example.com Please note, our bus route listing will continue to be updated as routes become available for publication.
Here’s a sneak peek at our new high school. We look forward to welcoming students on August 29. https://www.google.com/amp/s/turnto10.com/amp/news/local/a-look-inside-the-new-attleboro-high-school
Welcome Center - Now Open!
Registration & Transportation Updates
Dear APS Families, Due to ongoing construction, starting Monday, July 18, 2022, APS Transportation and Registration departments will be temporarily relocated. If any APS family needs support with registration, transportation, or work permits, please visit: Studley Elementary School 299 Rathbun Willard Drive Attleboro, MA 02703 Monday-Friday 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM During this time, families are encouraged to complete all registrations and work permits online. Please note that the best way to contact all Central Office departments is email: Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org Transportation: email@example.com Work permits: firstname.lastname@example.org Please see below for more information: Online Registration All APS Registrations must be completed online. Visit the link below and click ‘online registration’ for detailed instructions and more information. Please note that registration must be completed on a laptop or desktop computer. https://www.attleboroschools.com/page/registration Work Permits All minors working for an Attleboro business and in need of a work permit should visit the link below to download and complete a work permit. This permit can then be emailed to: email@example.com Download work permit application here: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/3035/APS/2159957/Work_Permit_Application.pdfv We appreciate your understanding during this time.
Thank you all for your patience and understanding as Central Office prepares to reopen next week. If you have tried to call or email, please know that our phones and internet will be back online by early next week. We are working to access messages and respond to everyone as soon as possible.
APS Community Flyers: As Attleboro Public Schools (APS) transitions to a new website platform, you can find the Community Fliers for this week using the link below: https://www.smore.com/09hzd
Attleboro Public Schools' Central Office is Moving
APS is in the process of upgrading how we communicate. The District has recently contracted with Apptegy, an internet content provider and communication service. As a result of this new contract, we will be shifting to new tools and will no longer be using Remind. You will also notice that our website will have a fresh, new look. Please stay-tuned for more information on how to use our new communication platforms. In the meantime, if you need to contact a teacher or your child’s school, please call the school’s main office or email them directly. Have a wonderful summer vacation.
In November, fourth graders in Ms. Morin’s class and Ms. Adler’s class wrote letters to Veterans. Recipients of these letters included Veterans from the VFW who served in the Vietnam and the Korean Wars, as well as, a soldier who was received his letter while serving in Iraq! Today, a group of officers who received these letters came to meet and thank the students who wrote to them. We are so proud of our students and the impact their letters had!
Last night, sixteen of our retirees were honored at what we hope to be the first annual APS Recognition Celebration. Next week, be on the lookout for a Facebook tribute to all of our retirees.
Students from Ms. Reingold’s class traveled to the EMK institute in Boston to present their action civics projects at the Massachusetts Civics Day hosted by Generation Citizen. Students advocating for clean water in schools earned the Open-Mindedness Award for their thoughtful reflection on the future implications of their findings.