Welcome to Neshaminy Elementary Education
Elementary Education includes the eight elementary schools:

At the Elementary Level

Our school district has eight elementary schools which house over 3,700 students in grades kindergarten
through five. Kindergarten students attend during half-day sessions and must reach the age of five by
September first in order to enroll.

Our elementary schools offer a comprehensive curriculum, aligned in conjunction with current national
and state standards. Basic skill instruction, higher level thinking and reasoning skills are developed
through our district-wide literature based reading program.

Our process writing program begins in kindergarten and continues through a child's senior year in
writing skills.

Each elementary school houses a 30 station state of the art computer lab staffed with trained
personnel and equipped with Dell computers, and access to the Internet.

Our elementary libraries provide interactive web based computer technology and electronic
circulation. Every classroom also contains a computer with web based interactive software.

Our reading specialists provide a first grade Reading Intervention Program for children experiencing
reading difficulties. This program has proven effective in improving the skills these children need to

All elementary children will have the benefit of using the district's new kit-based science program
This program stresses "hands-on" learning and gives children the opportunity to explore and attain
science learning objectives through the use of inquiry.

One theme that is consistently present in each of our elementary schools is the high level of parent
and guardian support and involvement. Neshaminy School District is extremely fortunate to have
parents and guardians so willing to dedicate their time and resources to each of its schools

Responsibilities include:
  • Elementary educational programs
  • Supervision and evaluation of elementary level administrators
  • Professional development programs for elementary administrators
  • Elementary school budgets and staffing
  • Elementary intervention program
  • Elementary attendance exceptions
  • Sister schooling
  • Elementary summer camp
  • K-12 enrollment projections
  • District demographics
  • Board Policies Committee (Cabinet liaison)