All-Star activities

Abbett squads meet before or after school one day a week.  These enrichment clubs offer students a chance to explore new activities and build their skills.  

The maker and creator squad led by the Librarian, Mrs. Tanguy, meets each week to explore new building techniques and design. 

2 girls designing a house with blocks
students building with STEM materials


The safety squad led by Mrs. Rowland meets each morning before school to assist with arrival and raising the flags.

safety squad students pose for picture


Abbett's soccer team has been working hard after school to learn new skills with Mr. Macarty and Ms. Crystal.  They are still looking for more girls to join the team.  If interested, please contact Mr. Macarty. 

student weaves the ball through cones at soccer team practice


The Abbett dance squad has been stepping to the beat with Mrs. Murray.  These members meet in the gym to learn beginning dance technique. 

dance club members pose for photo


The robotics squad led by Mrs. Fivash and Mrs. Hernandez is off to a great start.  They are excited to be building their first robot.

students building a robot
students in robotics club pose with their teacher


Other Abbett squads include honors choir, art club, and beginning coding. 

Annual activities at Abbett 

Seuss and Seeds Day 

Seuss and Seeds Day is a celebration of reading and outdoor learning.  Community members visit classrooms to read to the students and encourage lifelong learning.  In the Abbett Patch, volunteers lead lessons on gardening and sustainability. 

Scholastic Book Fair 

The Abbett Library hosts the Scholastic book fair each fall and spring.  The book fair allows students the opportunity to purchase books at discounted prices and helps raise funds for new library books. 

Turkey Trot

Every November, the PE department sponsors the Abbett Turkey Trot which combines charitable giving and fitness.  All students participate in a fun run around Abbett.  Students that donate canned food for the food drive earn official race numbers and compete for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.