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Abington

Meeting March 6 on school plans

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Residents are being encouraged to seek information and offer comments on plans being drawn up for a middle/high school that will serve grades 5 to 12. One opportunity to do that is at a meeting of the Abington School Building Committee March 6 at 6 p.m. in the Abington police station’s community meeting room. Committee members will be receiving reports and fine-tuning site plans in preparation for the town’s meeting with the Massachusetts School Building Authority at the end of March. School Superintendent Peter Schafer invited parents in an e-mail to also get more information at www.asbc.us

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