ABERDEEN SCHOOL (PK-8)
Breakfast 8:10 a.m.
Start Time 8:30 a.m.
Dismissal 3:26 p.m.
Half Day Dismissal 11:40 a.m.
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Aberdeen School is a neighborhood school that offers a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere to support all students in meeting their goals.
Aberdeen School is proud to have an outstanding team of teachers and support staff. In fact, 100% of parents surveyed said they feel like the school’s staff cares about their child. Students enjoy a welcoming learning environment where staff works together to meet the needs of all children.
SAFE AND SECURE
A recent survey showed that 94% of students feel safe at Aberdeen School. Students participate in a program known as Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS). Students are recognized for making good choices and showing positive behavior. The number of students being recognized for good behavior at monthly PBIS celebrations has consistently increased, while referrals to the office for behavior issues have steadily decreased.
Parents are their child’s first teacher and Aberdeen recognizes how important it is for parents to be an active part of their child’s education. 100% of parents said they have regular opportunities to be involved at Aberdeen. Parents are welcomed as volunteers, at family nights, and in their child’s classroom.
Aberdeen School has shown a commitment to ensuring students experience an engaging curriculum and high achievement. Staff work with each student to identify their needs and help them take their learning to the next level. As a result, 94% of parents feel their child is challenged at Aberdeen.
Students at Aberdeen School are able to participate in many fun, engaging programs including free athletics, the LOOP after-school program, run/walk club, MSU’s Healthy Schools initiative, and the Terrific Kids Program.