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Joseph Ferderbar

Elementary School

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  • Website Redesign

    Our Neshaminy websites have a new look! Over the weekend of March 17-20, 2017, the template for each district web page was updated with a clean, modern design and simplified navigation that will make finding the information you need easier. It will also highlight the achievements of our students and staff through bold use of articles, photography and video. 

    The new design is dynamic, which means it will scale properly on any device, from the largest desktop monitor to a smart phone screen, automatically.

    We welcome your feedback! Please email Community Relations Coordinator Chris Stanley with comments, suggestions or to report errors. Our website is the front door to our district and a vital connection between our staff, students, their families and the community. We will continue to look for ways to improve to make it work as effectively as possible.


     

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  • PSSA preparation

    The annual PSSA tests will begin in April. We ask all our parents and guardians to please read the information posted on the left side of this page to help prepare your children for these important evaluations.


     

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  • Car safety

    Even though we're well into our school year, we would like to remind everybody to please follow all parking lot procedures for the safety of our students and staff. Check out the safety video we made earlier in the year here.


     

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  • Ferderbar earns a SWPBIS banner! 

    Congratulations to our School Wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (SWPBIS) team! SWPBIS is teaching behavioral expectations in the same manner as any core curriculum subject. The Ferderbar program was evaluated to determine if use of SWPBIS procedures is related to valued change in the safety, social culture, and violent behavior in schools. Ferderbar passed with flying colors. The team will be recognized this spring in Hershey at the annual State conference on SWPBIS.


     

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