Please join the Special Services Department for A Free Workshop for Parents and Professionals. Topic: Basic Rights: Understanding the IEP When: December 14, 2023, 6pm - 8pm Where: Agawam Junior High Library. Guest Speaker: Karen Mowry
2 days ago, Special Education Department
Presentation from the community forum for the proposed new high school building.
9 days ago, Collen DeGeorge
Agawam High School Building Project Update The “new” Agawam High School building project is moving quickly. Our next community forum will take place on November 27th at 6:00 pm in the Agawam High School Library. Please join us to learn more.. Check out for updates about the AHS Building Project
16 days ago, Collen DeGeorge
Textile Collection Day AGAWAM VS WEST SPRINGFIELD Agawam Department of Public Works Saturday, November 4th Saturday, December 2nd 10am - 1pm (no appointment needed) Please have all items in boxes or bags. Loose items will not be accepted. Acceptable items: • All cloth items • Clothing (all sizes, styles, ages, and genders) • Bedding and Draperies (NO BED PILLOWS) • Shoes The Town of Agawam is excited to announce its partnership with the Hartsprings Foundation and Town of West Springfield in a friendly competition to collect used unwanted textiles. The community that collects the most textiles in weight will win a $500 donation to a program within their community. The $500 donation will be made out to either the Agawam Municipal Scholarship Fund or West Springfield High’s Terrier Closet Program. A Hartsprings truck will be at the DPW for collection and the driver will help residents transfer donations from their vehicles. Hartsprings Foundation, Inc. is a registered non-profit that collects used goods and through the sale of those goods, financially supports Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring programs in Massachusetts and Connecticut.
about 1 month ago, Collen DeGeorge
Clothing Donation Challenge
Agawam Food Services is Hiring! Come join our team!
about 1 month ago, Elizabeth Moulton
Traffic and School bus alert: Silver St from Doane Ave to Shoemaker Lane will be closed today. Please plan accordingly. Thank you
about 1 month ago, Helen Marganti
BUS AND TRAFFIC ALERT Effective Monday October 23, 2023 North St will have closures in specific areas. Please adjust your travel routes accordingly. If you are traveling from Springfield St. up North St. the bus will stop at Colemore St and North St. If you are traveling from North Westfield St to North St the bus will stop at Sylvan St. and North St. Pick up and drop off times may vary daily. If you have any questions or concerns please email Helen Marganti at Thank you for your understanding and patience.
about 2 months ago, Helen Marganti
Free access for APS Families! To access this film, go to: Enter the following credentials when prompted to unlock the film. Email: Password: agawam Contact Marlene DeJesus if you have any questions at
about 2 months ago, Marlene DeJesus
Agawam Parent Advisory Council Meeting October 12, 2023 at 5pm Agawam Public Library - Peirce Room 750 Cooper St, Agawam The mission of the Agawam Parent Advisory Council is to facilitate communication and support to the families in our community in matters relative to special education.
3 months ago, Special Education Department
MIAA - 23rd Annual Sportsmanship Essay/Multimedia Contest - Due by 12:00 pm on Wednesday, October 11, 2023.
3 months ago, Collen DeGeorge
23rd Annual Sportsmanship Essay/Multimedia Contest
Superintendent - Sheila Hoffman, Mayor Sapelli, Assistant Superintendent - Cheryl Salomao, Business Manager - Rob Clickstein and School Committee members Shelley Reed and AJ Christopher visited schools around the district today. They were happy to welcome back staff and students on their first day of school. Looking forward to a great 2023-2024 school year.
3 months ago, Collen DeGeorge
Back to School 2023-2024
Back to School 2023-2024
Back to School 2023-2024
Back to School 2023-2024
Back to School 2023-2024
Back to School 2023-2024
Back to School 2023-2024
Back to School 2023-2024
Back to School 2023-2024
Welcome Back for the 2023-2024 School year. Thank you to all of our special guest speakers who welcomed back our staff at the Agawam Public Schools Convocation yesterday.
3 months ago, Collen DeGeorge
Welcome Back!
Agawam Food Services is HIRING!!! With students heading back to the classrooms soon, are you looking for a job that fits into their school schedules? Agawam Food Services has many openings including permanent and substitute positions. Send a letter of interest to Liz Moulton, We are always looking for fun, happy, and exciting people to join our team!
3 months ago, Elizabeth Moulton
Agawam Food Services is pleased to announce that meals will be FREE for all Agawam Students!!!!!!
4 months ago, Collen DeGeorge
Free Meals
Hello Agawam Families, We are excited to announce our walk-in OPEN ENROLLMENT EVENING! If you are new in town and still need to register your child for school, you are not late, and we are happy to help you and welcome your child to AGAWAM PUBLIC SCHOOLS. At this event, table toys and activities will be available for our newcomer students, and all our school and community resources will be available for the families. Registration will be held at the Agawam Public Library on August 17th from 6 pm to 7:30 pm. Thank you!
4 months ago, Ayla Alkan
Walk-In Open Enrollment Evening.
The Agawam Special Services Department is hiring! Come join our team. We're looking for BCBAs, Behavior Interventionists, Special Education Teachers, and Paraprofessionals. Check out SchoolSpring to apply!
4 months ago, Special Education Department
Dear Agawam Public School Community, We are pleased to partner with The Center for Leadership and Educational Equity to create Agawam Public School's Vision of a Graduate and next Strategic Plan. The Vision of a Graduate is a set of transferable skills and dispositions needed for post-secondary success, no matter what pathway they choose. It will serve as a North Star for our next Strategic Plan. Your input is needed and valued. Please complete this survey by 6/30/23. The link to the survey is included below. Thank you for your participation. Your feedback is very important to us. Sheila M. Hoffman Superintendent
6 months ago, Collen DeGeorge
Agawam High School Building Project Community Kickoff Forum The Agawam High School Building Committee (SBC) invites you to a community forum to discuss the current status and future of the Agawam High School Building Project. This is an opportunity for community members to become familiar with the project, understand the process, and learn about upcoming activities. Dates: Monday, June 12th, 2023 Monday, August 28th 2023 Thursday, September 28th 2023 Tuesday, October 17th 2023 Location & Time: Agawam High School Library 760 Cooper Street, Agawam 6:00pm to 8:00pm The Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) has partnered with the City of Agawam to conduct a Feasibility Study of the Agawam High School. The study will assess the existing school building and determine the educational needs of high school programs. The community is encouraged to come learn about the Feasibility Study, the project process and timeline, ask questions of the project consultants, and learn about future opportunities to engage and provide feedback on the project. Connect With Us E-mail questions to agawamhsproject@gmail. com Get Involved Attend upcoming forums, or watch recorded forums and presentations. Learn More The project website will be updated as information becomes available on timelines, educational visioning and programming, and preliminary option development.
6 months ago, Collen DeGeorge
Quick reminder! Join us at Doering at 6 pm TONIGHT in the auditorium to view Angst. This is a documentary that removes the stigma and opens up the conversation around anxiety. Open to APS families and their children who are in 5th grade and up. After the movie, there will be a discussion and answer questions from adults and students.
7 months ago, Marlene DeJesus
FREE parent support event. Please Join our Monthly Coffee & Conversation to discuss parenting and child behavior.
7 months ago, Ayla Alkan
Monthly Coffee & Conversation