Art Honors 2 - Visual Art Exhibit

"The following is a compilation of just some of the work the Seniors in the National ART HONORS 2 class created this year." - Click to view the Visual Art Exhibit PowerPoint

Agawam S.M.I.L.E.S. Project

Have you ever wanted to make a difference in your community for the better?  Click to find out how Agawam is making a difference and how you can join!  Make someone's heart SMILE today!

Agawam Newsletter

Read APS's Newsletter that was sent out on Monday, May 11th, 2020 - Click here to Read the Announcement

Pandemic-EBT Resources for Families

The Child Nutrition Outreach Program (CNOP) at Project Bread has created a webpage containing information and resources on school closure meals.  The webpage also includes information about Pandemic-Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT). The P-EBT resources were specifically created for schools and include an FAQ, P-EBT flyer for families, template emails to send to families, and promotional tools. You can view the resources here:

Families can qualify for P-EBT by completing the School Year 2019-2020 household school meal application. Even though school meals are currently free for all kids and teens through temporary USDA school closure waivers, a household school meal application approved right now does ensure the continuation of school meal benefits during the 30-day carryover period next school year. The approved school meal application also makes the household immediately eligible for P-EBT benefits. Therefore, DESE encourages school districts to approve School Year 2019-2020 household school meal applications received expeditiously and include those students in subsequent P-EBT student data submissions to DESE.

Pandemic-EBT Resources for Families

Happy Mothers' day to all our Agawam Moms!

APS Newsletter home to Agawam Families and Students on Monday, May 11th, 2020 - Click to read the News Letter

Important Announcements During Distance Learning

These are public announcements from the Superintendent of Agawam Public Schools on the current state and status of COVID-19.  This message is meant to show transparency with the district while we work with the Governor, Commissioner of Education, CDC, and Local Health Departments.

Please Read by clicking the link below:

3/11/2020 Letter to the Agawam Community

3/12/2020 Letter to the Agawam Community

3/13/2020 High School is closed Today - Letter to the Agawam Community

3/15/2020 Massachusetts Closes All Schools Until April 6th - Read the announcement

  • UPDATE: Schools Closed until May 4th. Please See Governor Baker's Announcement Below

3/17/2020 APS Distance Learning Plan - Read the Announcement

3/18/2020 APS COVID-19 FAQs updated 3/25/2020 - Read the Announcement

3/18/2020 Connect Ed Message - Read the Announcement

3/18/2020 Information on the Student/Parent Tech Pick-up - Read the Announcement

3/24/2020 Superintendent on working with DESE - Read the Announcement

3/25/2020 Message from the Director of Special Education - Read the Announcement

3/25/2020 Governor Baker Closes Schools until May 4thRead more details and watch the press conference here

3/30/2020 Commissioner's Update Message during COVID-19 and Resource Guide - Read the Announcement

3/30/2020 Superintendent's Message - Read the Announcement

4/15/2020 Superintendent's Message to Families - Read the Announcement


AHS Counseling Center Update

Please Click to Read the Announcement

An Announcement from the Superintendent on Guidelines for Remote Learning from the Agawam Public Schools.

"Agawam Public Schools has been working to address remote learning and have developed Grade Level guidelines under the guidance of the Commissioner of Education for Massachusetts.  The Commissioner's Guidelines are the framework for all Districts in Massachusetts and have been carefully developed to meet the needs of all children during the COVID-19 crisis.  I urge all to take a close look at the Commissioner's Guidelines and the specific guidelines for your child's school.  

As we continue to educate students to the best of our abilities, we will continue to refine remote learning to best meet the learning needs of ALL children.  Please remember, remote learning is not Virtual Learning.  Remote learning is a blend of various strategies for students to learn.  Practical experiences off of computer screens are very important for overall learning.  

Thank you for your patience and understanding.  We acknowledge this is a difficult time for families as we stay safe at home."

News from the Commissioner Jeffrey C. Riley on Remote Learning - Read the Announcement

April Break Distance Learning Survey

The School Committee voted to utilize the April Vacation which was scheduled for April 20th - 24th to continue student learning.  However, Patriots Day will be observed on Monday, April 20th.  Please take this time to try and disconnect from screens/devices and enjoy the day off. The new weekly menus in Google Classrooms will be posted on Tuesday, April 21st.  The school year is now projected to end on Friday, June 19, 2020.

Remote Learning Recommendations During COVID-19 School Closures

Following the Governor’s announcement that schools will not re-open before May 4, 2020, The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education issued additional guidance regarding district and school remote learning plans. 

With the extension of this closure, we believe students, families, educators, and staff in all communities will benefit from the clarity of statewide recommendations as educators and others continue to support their students during this crisis. 

Soon, I will provide you with a summary of the short set of guiding principles that were derived from the state and revised to fit the needs of the Agawam community in regards to remote learning over the next several weeks. 

Remote learning cannot replace students’ experiences in school communities with their teachers, administrators, and support staff. We must all pull together – parents and caregivers, students, the community, and of course, our educators and staff – to help students continue their learning over this extended period. 

As a school district, Agawam Public Schools will take the direction from the state and work to put forth more specific guidelines according to our contexts, capacities, and needs. 

We will continue to issue guidance to support districts and schools in their implementation of remote learning, including specific recommendations related to students with disabilities, English learners, and high school students. 

We are all working hard in this effort and appreciate your continued feedback, support and understanding.

Current District News & Announcements

Corona Virus Letter Translations:

Corona Virus - English

Corona Virus - Spanish

Corona Virus - Russian

Corona Virus - Albanian

Corona Virus - Urdu

Corona Virus - Turkish

Corona Virus - Ukrainian

Search for Agawam Public Schools Superintendent has been Suspended for the Time Being

Photos of the final products of our interdisciplinary STEAM project with Sculpture 1 and Welding classes.
Click on Parents & Guardians then Health Information page above for more information.
Congratulations to the staff members who were selected as the Excellence in Teaching Award Winners. Click here to see who they are.
Information on ALICE Training and Video are located in the Parents & Guardians section under Safety Information

Picture of Mr. Lemanski, Superintendent  Superintendent's Message


Welcome to the Agawam Public Schools website.  Our school district is a wonderful place for families to grow and learn together.  We are excited to be able to use this website to better communicate with students, parents, and the community-at-large.

The goal of this website is to keep our families and residents informed about the amazing things taking place in our eight schools.  Because we are proud of our website, we are working diligently to improve how information important to all stakeholders is delivered.  Consequently, we utilize an information system which allows us to highlight special programs and events.  In addition, it provides access to the school calendar, sport schedules, and significant announcements.  Moreover, we will continue to develop individual classroom and program web pages and to provide important links to other educational sites.  Your patience, as we grow our website, is greatly appreciated.

Our district appreciates the assistance of volunteers and encourages parents/guardians to become members of our individual school Parent Teacher Organizations and School Improvement Councils.  We also invite parents and guardians to attend our Back-To-School Nights, Parent-Teacher Conferences, sporting events, as well as special events held throughout the school year.

Whether or not you are able to volunteer or attend events in the district, we ask that you keep in contact with your child’s teacher and school principal.  It is only by keeping the lines of communication open that we can continue to do what is in the best interest of the children placed in our care.  We value your input and welcome your support of our schools.


Steven P. Lemanski
Superintendent of Schools

Resources for Families & Students During Distance Learning:

Agawam Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources: Click Here

To Submit an IT Support Ticket for Your Device: Click Here

Parents Guide to Google Classroom Quick Guide (Click to Open)

APS COVID-19 FAQs updated 3/25/2020 - Read the Announcement

How to Translate Documents using Google Translate - Read the Guide

Access to National Digital Services - Read the Announcement

APS Remote Learning Plan

Below is a link to view APS three Phase Plan during this Remote Learning.  Please Click to read the announcement 

College Prep

Looking for some helpful information regarding college applications, scholarships, preparation? Check out the high school's Counseling Team's Webpage for information.  Their "Weekly Counseling Bulletin" is always a great place to start!  Click here to hear their latest from April 27th!

Announcement on Food Opportunities

This is a resource dedicated to Students and Families within the area of Agawam and/or West Springfield - Read more Details


Agawam Public Schools Lunch Service

Monday - Pick up for Monday and Tuesday

Wednesday - Pick up for Wednesday and Thursday

Friday - Pick up for Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Staff Self-care Tools:

This is an ongoing list that is dedicated to helping educators (or all adults really) practice self-care and how to deal with stress at this emotional time for us all:

District Calendar

Jun 9
School Committee Meeting
Starts: 06/09/2020 @ 7:00 pm
Ends: 06/09/2020 @ 8:00 pm
Agawam Junior High School Auditorium
Jun 19
Last Day of School / Half Day
Starts: 06/19/2020
Jun 23
School Committee Meeting
Starts: 06/23/2020 @ 7:00 pm
Ends: 06/23/2020 @ 8:00 pm
Agawam Junior High School Auditorium

School Info

Agawam Public Schools
1305 Springfield Street, Suite 1
Feeding Hills, MA 01030
Phone: 413-821-0551 | Fax: 413-789-1835 

Summer Hours:
Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

During the school year:
Central Office is open Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

District Calendar 2019-2020 (pdf)

District Calendar 2020-2021 (pdf)

Important Announcements

Agawam Public Schools currently has no Announcements

Event Updates during School Closure ending May 4h:

  • Canceled - Kindergarten Information Night scheduled for March 26th 

  • Canceled - Kindergarten screenings at the elementary schools. You will be notified of future dates for these events as they become available.