One way we provide support for students is through Lunch Bunches. Your child may be the Guest of Honor to have lunch with a few friends in the Guidance Office. It is a fun way to get to know one another and can help children form and strengthen friendships. These meetings are also an opportunity to check in with students who are going through a difficult time at school or at home. These groups are formed based on parent and teacher referrals. Parent permission is required to participate in Peer Support Groups. These groups meet once a week at lunch, generally for 6-8 weeks. It is an excellent opportunity for students to learn skills that will benefit them for life. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at 215-809-6365 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
Inclement Weather Procedures
Winter weather is upon us and we urge all Neshaminy families to review their inclement weather plans and familiarize themselves with District weather procedures, which can be found here. Also please review your contact information in Home Access Center so you receive important emergency information in the event of a closure, early dismissal or delayed start.
Confronting the Crisis: Presentation at NHS Dec. 5
#StandUp Neshaminy and Neshaminy HS SPIN will present an important program on the addiction prevention for famlies of middle and high school students (though all parents and guardians are welcome to attend). The program starts at 7 pm Wednesday, December 5 in Theodore Kloos Auditorium at NHS. Click here for details.
Substitute teacher & support staff hiring events November 2, 30 and December 14
If you want to jump-start a career in education, join us for one of three hiring events to be held at Maple Point Middle School. For more information please download an invitation here.
District Employment Information
For information about all other positions at Neshaminy, please visit our employment web page for information on current vacancies and application materials.