Attention Parents: Please join us!!! Great opportunity to come with your children who are in the 5th grade and up to watch together and have positive conversations.
about 22 hours ago, Marlene DeJesus
Agawam Public Schools will be closed on Tuesday, March 14th. Enjoy the Snow Day!
7 days ago, Collen DeGeorge
Thank you to all of our "CELEBRITY" Servers who helped up DIG IN TO BREAKFAST while we celebrated National Breakfast Week!
11 days ago, Elizabeth Moulton
NSBW 2023
#SELday 2023
11 days ago, Marlene DeJesus
We saved the best for last, a fan favorite- STRAWBERRY PANCAKE YOGURT PARFAITS for breakfast on Friday.
12 days ago, Elizabeth Moulton
FYI- Open to all!
12 days ago, Marlene DeJesus
Congratulations to Joseph Buonagurio, Brooke Odunlami, Jessica Wall, Megan LaCroix and Arthur Robichaud who have been selected by Agawam Public Schools as the 2023 Pioneer Valley Excellence in Teaching Award Winners. They will be honored on Wednesday, May 3, 2023 at the Log Cabin in Holyoke. Joseph Buonagurio is a Science Teacher at Agawam High School. Joseph consistently demonstrates exemplary teaching every day in his classroom. Brooke Odunlami is a Special Education Teacher at Agawam Junior High School. Brooke tirelessly commits her time, energy, passion, focus and love of learning onto her students, her colleagues and the Agawam community. Jessica Wall is a Special Education Teacher at the Robert G. Doering Middle School. Jessica works collaboratively with colleagues to support her students in the inclusion setting, including and modifying the curriculum to meet the individual needs and abilities of each student. Megan LaCroix is a Special Education Teacher at Robinson Park Elementary School. The students that Megan teaches require a highly modified curriculum, smaller class size and a lower teacher/student ratio. Arthur Robichaud is a 4th Grade Teacher at Clark Elementary School. He is our First Year Teacher Winner. I n his first full year of teaching, Arthur has gone above and beyond to be fully immersed in building relationships with students and their learning.
12 days ago, Collen DeGeorge
Joseph Buonagurio
Brooke Odunlami
Jessica Wall
Megan LaCroix
Arthur Robichaud
Wednesday was another BIG success in Agawam as we celebrate National Breakfast Week. So many "Celebrity" servers provided 779 breakfast to our students. Tomorrow is another fan favorite meal, HOME MADE Warm French Toast Bake. Dig In To School Breakfast!
13 days ago, Elizabeth Moulton
WOW! What a great second day of National Breakfast Week in Agawam Schools. The kids LOVED the Strawberry Banana Smoothies. We served 831 Agawam students breakfast today!!! Get ready for day #3 tomorrow with a delicious Sausage and Egg Pancake Breakfast Sandwich!
14 days ago, Elizabeth Moulton
NSBW Wednesday
National Breakfast Week, Day #1= 613 Breakfasts served to Agawam Students! Tomorrow is day #2! Join us for a delicious smoothie and start your day off right!
15 days ago, Elizabeth Moulton
NSBW Tuesday
Please join Agawam Food Services as we celebrate National School Breakfast Week.
16 days ago, Elizabeth Moulton
20 days ago, Marlene DeJesus
FYI- Starting the Conversation- College and Your Mental Health When: Monday, March 27 (Zoom) Time: 7:00 – 8:30 pm Panelists include a current college student and a recent college graduate sharing details from their mental health journeys and three college administrators outlining considerations and preparations associated with attending school while living with a mental health condition. Topics include mental health friendly signs to look for when applying to college, life skills to master before the first term, family communication plans, and working with the disability office. Students, parents/guardians, and school counselors are welcome. Learn more and register for College and Your Mental Health at
20 days ago, Marlene DeJesus
FYI: Families for Depression Awareness: Helping Teens Heal From Trauma When: Tuesday, April 25 (Zoom) Time: 7:00 to 8:30 pm In this webinar, Deborah Vinall, LMFT, Psy-D, defines trauma and discusses its impact on long-term wellness. She will also cove the signs of trauma in teens, effective treatment approaches, and practical strategies that caring adults can use to encourage teen mental wellness. Register to join us for a live webinar discussion or watch on demand after it airs. Learn more about Helping Teens Heal from Trauma & register go to:
20 days ago, Marlene DeJesus
Agawam Public Schools will be closed on Tuesday February 28th.
22 days ago, Collen DeGeorge
Thank you school counselors for making a difference at APS!
about 1 month ago, Marlene DeJesus
Good Evening - With a Winter Storm potentially starting tomorrow at 11:00 am and continuing throughout the afternoon into the early evening, tomorrow Wednesday, January 25th will be an early dismissal. We will follow the ½ day dismissal times for each school. Please note that there will be no Night School, or pm Preschool or after school activities. Athletic events will be determined tomorrow through the Athletic Department. Please plan accordingly. ½ Day Dismissal times High School - 10:50 am Junior High School - 11:20 am Doering - 11:50 am Robinson - 12:20 pm Clark - 12:20 pm Phelps - 12:20 pm Granger - 11:50 am ECC (am preschool) - 11:00 am Thank you for your cooperation. We will be back to our normal schedule on Thursday, January 26th. Sheila M. Hoffman Superintendent
about 2 months ago, Collen DeGeorge
LPVEC is hiring Drivers & Monitors - Apply today!
5 months ago, Collen DeGeorge
LPVEC is Hiring Drivers & Monitors - Apply today!
Specialized transportation will resume tomorrow, Thursday, October 13, 2022. Please note it may be a different bus, the bus company has secured vans to replace yellow mini buses for the time being. Times should be consistent with normal pick-up times. Thank you for your patience.
5 months ago, Special Education Department
Happy Bus
Good morning. If your child receives specialized transportation via mini school bus to school, buses CANNOT pick up your students today due to a theft at the bus company. If your child receives specialized transportation to school and you want them to attend today, you will need to drop them off and pick them up. We will update you regarding the rest of the week and if this will impact other days. This does NOT impact the rest of the district at this time. Please contact the office of special services with any questions. Thank you.
5 months ago, Special Education Department
Mini Bus