- Anonymous Bullying Report Form
- Grading Scale
- Leader in Me Parents Guide
- Media Center
- Supply List
Welcome to the Amy Beverland Family Association! Did you know all parents and caregivers of current students are members of the ABFA? There is no time commitment required and we encourage you to participate, and volunteer based on what your schedule will allow. There is no cost nor formal process to joining – just help when you can, come meet new people and have FUN!
The ABFA is the Parent-Teacher Organization for Amy Beverland. The purpose of the Amy Beverland Family Association is to promote cooperation and understanding between parents, students, and faculty at Amy Beverland Elementary School. This mission is achieved through exchanging ideas, experiences, information and other matters of mutual interest and concern, and to support and improve the school environment through positive actions.
The ABFA is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes. As such, the ABFA qualifies as an exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The ABFA is comprised of an executive board along with several standing committees.
The Amy Beverland Dads’ Club is the largest and longest standing committee within the ABFA. The Dads’ Club hosts a variety of different events for the students, families, and staff of Amy Beverland. The Dads’ Club operates with their own independent budget, holds regular monthly meetings, and shares a mutual interest of supporting the students, families, and staff of Amy Beverland.
We make fundraising fun! Throughout the year, the ABFA hosts several family-friendly and dine-to-donate events that raise money for our school, including skate parties, family fun night, pancake breakfast, and our annual Susan Jordan golf outing. These are a wonderful way to meet other families! Click here to see our events calendar.
The ABFA and Dads’ Club meet for one hour per month in the Susan Jordan Media Center. During the ABFA meetings a school update will be provided from Principal Pennington, the ABFA officers will report out on upcoming activities and needs, including a financial update from the Treasurer. We encourage you to join us for any or all meetings that fit your schedule! Click here to view upcoming meeting dates.
If you are not able to join in-person, click here for the current school year’s Meeting Minutes
Current Volunteer Needs
There are many ways to participate with the ABFA or Dads’ Club, as well as several volunteer needs within our school. Click here for current sign-up links to see how you can help.
The ABE Spirit Wear store is open throughout the school year!
2022-2023 ABFA Leadership Team
President – Scott Maskel, Scott.Maskel@morganstanley.com
Vice President – Erin Maskel, firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President – Jessica Harlan-York, email@example.com
Treasurer – Randy Working, firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary – Shelly Litherland, email@example.com
Dads’ Club President – Joe Hodson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Room Parent Coordinator – Autumn Andress – email@example.com
Anonymous Bullying Reporting Form
Upon submission of this form, Mr. Pennington and Mrs. Osborn will receive a notification and investigate the report as appropriate.
The health of your child is important to us. The MSD of Lawrence Township recognizes that good health is essential to effective learning. Each of our schools is staffed with a registered nurse equipped to meet the needs of our students.
The Leader In Me - Parent's Guide
Learn how to use Stephen R. Covey’s proven 7 Habits to create a leadership program for kids of all ages so they can be more effective, more goal oriented, and more successful. The guide shares easy-to-understand ideas and activities, and a reading list to help parents teach and model powerful 7 Habits to their child at home. Click here to download the The Leader In Me: Parent's Guide.
Use AR BookFinder to create customized AR quiz lists for your child! Amy Beverland has access to all of the 100,000+ quizzes that are listed in AR Bookfinder. New quizzes are added weekly. We have over 7,000 AR titles in the library. You may find other books at the public library, bookstores or in your own home collection. You can easily track your child's progress toward his/her goals on AR Home Connect. You can enter your e-mail address and be notified each time your child takes a quiz or passes a level of Math Facts in a Flash.
Stay Connected with ParentSquare
MSD of Lawrence Township uses ParentSquare for school communication, primarily with email, text and app notifications. ParentSquare automatically generates an account for each parent, using their preferred email address and phone number. We encourage parents to access their accounts so they can download the mobile app and update their preferences on when and how they are notified.
We promise to only send you information closely related to school. You can opt-out at anytime. Contact your child's school for more information about opting-out from our communications.
After the first two weeks of school, we welcome your visit to your child's classroom. Pre-arranged classroom visits by parents are encouraged and welcomed.
We also welcome parents to come and eat lunch with their student in the All Star Cafe. Parents may either eat hot lunch from the cafeteria or bring a sack lunch from home. Please do not bring in food from a restaurant for you and your child.
All visitors should sign in at the office and wear a guest or volunteer badge.
For your child's safety and education, we cannot allow parents to just walk into the classroom unexpectedly. Thank you for your support in providing a safe environment for our children.
All visitors to school buildings are required to complete a SafeSolutions background check upon entry.
- All visitors must report to the school office to provide identification, sign in, and receive a visitor’s badge before entering the school.
- Visitors should not park in the bus lanes. Visitors are welcome for lunch, but a reservation must be made by 9 a.m. on the morning of the visit.
- Although classroom visits are encouraged, mutually agreed upon times must be coordinated between the teacher and the visitor.
- Volunteers should not use the visit as a time to meet or talk with the teacher about a student’s progress. The teacher must keep his/her attention focused on the entire class. Appointments should be scheduled for family / teacher conferences.
- Volunteers are welcomed and appreciated. A wide variety of opportunities are available at your child’s school. Please check with your child’s school or teacher to learn more about the volunteering opportunities.
- Volunteers are at school to complete a certain task within a predetermined time limit. Volunteers must only participate in what was arranged with the teacher or school.
- Volunteers who work with students will be required to complete and have an approved criminal history background check prior to working in the school.
Volunteer forms are accessible by clicking the links MSDLT Volunteer Forms in the Quick Links to the right.
*A NEW Volunteer from will need to be completed EVERY Year
If you have questions, please contact your child's school.