Home Page Logo
About Abbott Contact Teachers/Staff
Programs No Bully Academics After-School Sports Electives Spanish Immersion
News & Events Abbott Adviser Stay Informed Flyers & Forms Health News District News Calendar
Abbott PTA Fundraising Committees PTA Membership PTA Flyers/Forms Volunteers PTA FAQS
Parents School Loop After School Care Bell Schedule Bus Transportation For 8th Grade Parents School Meals School Site Council Teacher Wish Lists Help Wanted Health Services Emergency En Espanol
Students Library Clubs

Abbott Handbook

The 2014-15 Abbott MS Handbook is viewable here.

District Parent Handbook

The 2014-15 SMFCSD Parent Handbook is here for you.

Parent Bulletin News will be on School Loop beginning July 2014!

The Parent Bulletin will NOT be distributed as a separate email blast after this June 2014. Parent Bulletin and all other information is and will continue to be available on the School loop site. Please scroll to the right of the student grades for school, PTA and other event happenings at Abbott. Questions? Contact president@abbottpta.org

Falcons flag

Abbott Adviser

For Nov-Dec is here

SMFCSD Ed Foundation

Music Program Donations:

English                Spanish

Campus Climate needs your help

The Campus Climate Committee is looking for community volunteers to help with this very important group. If you are interested in volunteering some time please contact Jordan Sher at jsher@smfc.k12.ca.us.

School Climate Change Initiative

What we are seeing in the culture taking hold is a shared vision with students, parents, staff and administration to support finding new ways of making our campus safe for all students to learn.

In the third year of our initiative, we have crafted a Vision Statement, Teacher Promise Statement, a student-centered model for addressing students targeted for bullying, and a teacher-facilitated, student run Campus Climate Committee that has created numerous activities, events, and even videos to address the culture change we seek.

In a recent survey, students overwhelmingly agreed that empathy has increased at our school.

safekids.jpg

Top Pedestrian Safety Tips for Students

1. Cross streets at corners, using traffic signals and crosswalks.
2. Look left, right and left again when crossing the street.
3. Never run or dart out into the street or cross between parked cars.
4. Make eye contact with drivers before crossing in front of them and watch out for cars that are turning or backing up.

Click here more information.

main_column_rule.png

Abbott Swarm Round Up

 

Many thanks to all those of you who participated in the Abbott Swarm of 25th Ave, which took place on September 25th.  We achieved our objective of raising $500 to help with the costs of the 60th anniversary celebration of our school.  The Swarm was a fun day, eating out with friends, getting nails done, or dropping off laundry, and it benefited our school to the sum of $548.50.  Thank you students, parents, and teachers!

This event could not have been a success without the help of our 25th Ave. vendors who were very generous towards us.  Kudos to the following:

 



If you have time, please go to these businesses and thank them for their support.  

See you at the next Swarm!!!

Sandra Wong, PTA Fundraising

main_column_rule.png

Happy 60th Anniversary Abbott Middle School!

 

60thAnn.JPG
 

Principal Ennon with three 8th graduates from the first graduating class of 1954. The 60th Anniversary Celebration on Sunday, November 2nd brought out alumni, former and current administrators, former and current staff, community and neighborhood friends. A fun time was had by all.

main_column_rule.png

main_column_rule.png

News

No news posted

main_column_rule.png

Principal Ennon and parent Mrs. Ivich receiving recognition from

the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors for

60 stellar years of Abbott!

School Loop login button

Welcome to the Abbott Middle School Community!

Ennon_Cathy246.JPGWith the change in the weather and the approach of the winter season, I'd like to remind parents about making sure students are getting the proper rest, following hygiene procedures to keep colds and flu at a distance, and eating foods that add to the quality of life. In addition to the physical needs of students, there is also a need to pay attention to the mental state of our students. Mental state for me means how they feel about themselves, their families, their friends, and their school achievement.  After over thirty years in education, these two entities, the physical and the mental, form the basis from where our students draw their attitudes and beliefs about themselves and the world around them. The glue that keeps these two areas in balance are the relationships students have with their families, teachers, friends, school achievement and their physical well-being. When students are in harmony in all of these areas, they are in a positive frame of mind and will work really hard to keep the balance. My point is that we need our village to work together to make sure all students have the best possible opportunities to be successful in school now and later in life. I encourage all parents to keep moving toward the prize of producing a well-rounded citizen of the 21st Century.

 
Happy Holidays!
 
Cathy A. Ennon
Principal
 
 
pencils.jpg

The Principal's

Essential Theme

for November and December is "Demonstrate Mutual Respect" which was taken from our school’s Vision Statement. At Abbott mutual respect means to treat others the way you want to be treated. Respect is a two-way street and it can take a person a long way when practiced consistently.

rypewritter.jpg

Student essays . . .

Promoción de 5to Grado
By Nicole Baez

Not Looking
By Angelica Bennett

read them here

PARENTSDDposterX.jpg
 

Download the form here!