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 February 2016: Survey information for parents and guardians of 5th-grade students can be found here
 
  
 Resources for parents, staff and the community about the transition to the new 5th-8th grade configuration at the three Neshaminy District middle schools set to begin in the 2015 - 2016 school year.  If you cannot find the information you need on these pages, please use the form at the bottom of this page to submit a question. This section will be updated on a constant basis, and questions will be answered as soon as possible.
   
 
Librarians  
Middle school librarians sort 5th-grade books to be distributed to their schools in June, 2015. 
Fifth-grade reading  
Fifth-grade teachers examine new reading materials during a professional development class in June, 2015. 
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 Assistant Superintendent Dr. Gloria Hancock speaks at Sandburg Middle School March 19.  Carl Sandburg Middle School principal Dawn Kelly speaks at a PTO 5-8 informational meeting March 19.
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 Maple Point principal Andy Sokol speaks during a PTO 5-8 informational meeting March 23.  Parents take a tour of Maple Point Middle School following a PTO 5-8 informational meeting March 23.
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Maple Point Principal Joann Holland joins members of the staff at Poquessing Middle School and Dr. Gloria Hancock for an information meeting April 13 Parents walk through Poquessing Middle School following a 5-8 informational PTO meeting April 13. 

 
VIDEO: A videographer from the Bucks County Courier Times visited Lower Southampton ES during a Q&A assembly for fourth-graders about the middle school transition. View the video by clicking HERE.
 
 
sandburg staff  
Carl Sandburg Middle School principal Dawn Kelly answers questions
along with other staff members for fourth-grade students
at Everitt Elementary School in December, 2014.
 
Maple Point  
Maple Point MS principal Andy Sokol and guidance counselor Dr. Rosemary
Horsley speak to fourth and fifth-graders at Herbert Hoover ES in December. 
 

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