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  • Morning Arrival

    Welcome to the 2017-2018 school year!

    Please do your part in making morning arrival smooth and safe for all children. Please have your children take the bus to school as much as possible. When your vhildren are not taking the bus to school, please do the following:

    • Drive up as far as you can go. Mr. Wright stands where the 1st car should stop.
    • Stay in your car. There is no need to park or get out of your car.
    • Have your children ready and waiting inside the car on the curb side.
    • Have your children exit the curb side of the car.


    Thank you for cooperating. These procedures will help keep things moving and help prevent blockages at the intersection.


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  • Remind Me App.

    Get the latest reminders on school news and happenings. Just text @Tawanka to 81010 or email Tawanka@mail.remind.com to join!


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  • Tawanka Orchestra & Band Sign Up 2017-2018

    9/8/2017 we will have an assembly for the 3rd and 4th graders for Orchestra & Band Recuitment.

    If your child is interestd in being in our Orchestra please contact Mrs. Kirsch at hkirsch@neshaminy.org

    If your child is interested in being in our band please contact Mr. O'Neill at soneill@neshaminy.org

    Mrs. Kirsch & Mr. O'Neill will be meeting with our students on Monday 9/11/2017 and will be sending home paperwork also.


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  • Parent University: New Progress Reports

    The progress reports used in Neshaminy elementary schools are changing for the 2017-2018 school year. The district will be offering four informational sessions to allow parents and guardians the opportunity to learn about these changes in person and have their questions answered. In addition, a video of this presentation will be recorded and shared with our elementary school families for those that cannot attend.

    Wednesday August 23 and Tuesday September 19, 2:30 pm, Maple Point Middle School District Board Room

    Wednesday August 23 and Tuesday September 19, 6 pm, Maple Point Middle School Auditorium

    Presenters: Peg Monahan, Supervisor of STEM K-12 and Bob Boffa, Supervisor of English Language Arts & Literacy K-12


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  • Tawanka welcomes a new principal!

    Neshaminy is very pleased to welcome Robin Klaiber as the new Principal of Tawanka Elementary School effective July 1. She will be replacing Acting Principal Donald Palmer, who is returning to his former position as Assistant Principal at Poquessing Middle School.

    Robin comes to Tawanka from her current position as Assistant Principal at Penn Valley Elementary School and Cynwyd Elementary School in Narberth, PA. Previously she held administrative positions in North Carolina and New Mexico, and was a classroom teacher in New Jersey. She is a graduate of Muhlenberg College in Allentown and received her MA in School Administration, Supervision and Curriculum Planning from Georgian Court University in Lakewood, NJ.


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  • New vaccination requirements

    The vaccination requirements for all students in Pennsylvania have changed, and these changes could potentially affect all students. Students in grades K-12 now must have received four doses of polio vaccine, and in addition the fourth dose has to be administered on or after the 4th birthday and at least 6 months after the previous dose given. Please review these and other changes by reading this document from the PA Department of Health. If you have further questions, please consult your family healthcare provider.



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  • We're hiring!

    Neshaminy has a number of opportunities for employment available for certified and non-certified positions throughout the district. Visit our employment web page for information on current vacancies and application materials.


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  • Supplemental Medical Insurance

     Neshaminy is offering parents and guardians the opportunity to purchase a low-cost primary excess group insurance plan for students to supplement their family medical insurance.  The district does not carry medical insurance on students, and student accident insurance can help you eliminate the possibility of out-of-pocket expenses, since many group insurance policies no longer pay full hospital and medical expenses and may require a deductible or co-insurance. For more information and enrollment forms, click here.


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