Albert Schweitzer

Elementary School

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  • Schweitzer C.A.R.E.S!

    We are proud of our students and have developed a School Wide Positive Behavioral Support program to encourage a child-centered learning community. CARES is our Code of conduct, what does that stand for?

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  • Reminder! Drop-off and pick-up procedures

    Please review our transportation procedures outlined here. It is very important that we follow these rules for the safety of our children and staff.


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  • New Safety Procedures

    Effective 2/10/17, there are new safety procedures for Schweitzer Elementary School. Visitors will NOT be permitted into the building during school hours without a state-issued photo driver's license or a state-issued photo I.D. Please be prepared.


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  • PSSA Test time!

     The annual standardized testing will start in early April. Please check the information provided at the left side of this page to help us help our students prepare for this important evaluation that will be used to improve our program here at Albert Schweitzer Elementary. Attendance is critical for success, and we ask that you help us prepare for this important evaluation by following these recommendations:

    · Make sure your child comes to school well rested.
    · Students should arrive on time!
    · Children should eat a nutritious breakfast — at home or available here in our cafeteria before the start of school.
    · Encourage your child to do his or her best!


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  • PSSA Testing Dates

    April 3, 4, 5, 6  - ELA (Grade 3, 4)
    April 24, 25, 26 - Math (Grade 3, 4)
    May 2 & 3 - Science (Grade 4) 
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  • Title 1 Newsletter

    Please enjoy the March 2017 Title 1 Newsletter by clicking here.


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  • Neshaminy District Art Show

    The Neshaminy District Art Show will be held in Gym 1 at Neshaminy High School on Wednesday May 24 and Thursday May 25 from 7-9 pm each night. There will be an opening reception on Wednesday. Over 1,000 works of art will be on display from throughout the district! Each night will also feature a concert in Theodore Kloos Auditorium at the same time. On Wednesday it's the Select Choir and Wind Ensemble. On Thursday it's the Symphonic Band, Concert Choir and Freshman Choir.


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