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Lower Southampton Elementary School
7 School Lane
Feasterville, PA 19053

Mrs. Michelle Burkholder, Principal
Office:  215-809-6350 / Fax:  215-809-6353
 
SCHOOL HOURS: 8:50 A.M. - 3:15 P.M.
Doors open daily at 8:35 A.M.  
Breakfast may be purchased from 8:35-8:50.
 
 
The First Day of School for KINDERGARTEN AND FIRST GRADE ONLY is Wednesday, August 27th.
 
ALL STUDENTS REPORT for school on
Thursday, August 28th.
  

Busing and Homeroom Assignment Information

Home Access is now available for viewing busing and homeroom assignment information for the 2014-15 school year. Slight adjustments continue to be made; therefore, please verify your bus and stop information prior to the start of school.  Kindergarten and new students will be receiving post cards with this information in the next few days.

**Please be reminded that students should be at the bus stop at least five (5) minutes
before the scheduled bus arrival time.**
Thank you in advance for your patience during the first two weeks of school, where buses may be late to stops due to heavier traffic and delays with loading and unloading students.

Please click HERE to view bus route information
or to locate the school your student is eligible to attend.

 
 
BREAKFAST WITH THE SUPERINTENDENT IS BACK!   
CLICK HERE FOR THE LIST OF DATES AND TIMES.
 
The Neshaminy School District and Lower Southampton Elementary School believes that we must work to create and maintain safe schools which leads to a positive and effective place of learning. We believe that this work is best done with the help of school safety partners.  That is why we are very pleased to announce that we are partnering with the Lower Southampton Police Department with daily visits to the schools by our local law enforcement. LSPD officers will routinely visit the school throughout the day and be a visual presence for our staff and students.  So do not be alarmed if your child comes home and tells you an officer was in the school or parked outside of the schol for part of the day.  This is just our way of promoting a safe and trouble-free environment. If you have more questions about this, please do not hesitate to contact the school. 
 
 
Hands on Learning at Lower Southampton        
 
  
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM THE NURSE! THERE ARE SOME IMPORTANT CHANGES TO IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS.
 


Announcements

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  • SummerMath
    Summer Math Packets
    & Answer Keys 
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  • OnlineResources Elementary Online Resources
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    Click HERE for the words to the Lower South School Song, written by Jeff Blum and the Students of Lower South.
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  • . Click for August/September Lunch Menu,  August/September Newsletter, August/September Calendar.
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  • HOME ACCESS INFORMATION
    Click HERE for a helpful tutorial.
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  • MAP at a glance click HERE!
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  • ATTENTION PARENTS!
    Please review your child's lunch PIN number with them!  This will move our lunch lines more quickly!  Also, please remind your child they may only purchase two snacks each lunch period.
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  • Pest Notification Letter
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  • ATTENDANCE REMINDER!

     

    Compulsory school age is defined as the period of a child’s life from the time the child’s parents elect to have their child enter school, until the age of seventeen (17) years. Each child of compulsory school age is required to attend school and they should be on time. Each child shall attend school continuously through the entire term, during which the public elementary schools in their respective districts shall be in session. These statements are taken directly from sections 1326 and 1327 of state law.

    NSD School Board Policy #552  (Student Attendance) states that “Habitual tardiness for reasons that clearly constitute unjustified partial absence from school will be treated with the same seriousness as an unexcused or unlawful absence with similar consequences. An accumulation of time missed from school due to tardiness can equate to whole days of truancy. Etc.”  

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