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  •  1:1 Technology Information

    Just as this school year, each 5th, 6th, and 8th grade students will receive a Chromebook, while students in 7th grade will continue to use iPads for the 2018 - 2019 school year.  Families will again be asked to pay a modest technology usage fee of $30, (maximun of $90 for families with multiple students), to cover insurance before the device can be taken home. The following links will provide the information about the 1:1 Iniatitive and the forms needed to be completed and returned with the fee to Maple Point.

    Link to view how to connect Chromebooks to WiFi at home


     

     

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  • Canvas Information & Instructions

    Canvas is our new online learning management system. Information and instructions for students and parents can be found here.


     

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  • New Attendance Policy

     

    In keeping with changes to Pennsylvania law, the Neshaminy School Board has adopted an updated attendance poliicy which takes effect starting with the 2018-2019 school year.  A letter describing this policy can be found by navigating to the link below:

    New Attendance Policy

     

    If you have any questions regarding this policy, please contact the main office at your child's school.


     

     

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  • Follow Mr. Sokol on Twitter

    Follow Mr. Sokol on Twitter for information, news, pictures and events at:

    Twitter Maple Point MS@MP_MrSokol


     

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  • From the SWPBIS Committee

    We are excited to announce that Maple Point Middle School has kicked off their SWPBIS program this school year.  SWPBIS stands for School Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports.  The philosophy behind this program includes reducing problem behavior, increasing student engagement, improving a academic performance and improving family involvement within the school district.  We are looking for donation to reward positive behavior in students and staff.  The SWPBIS program can only achieve its goals with the generosity from members of our community.  Without these donations, creating the SWPBIS program would not be possible.

    Since the start of the SWPBIS program relies on the generosity of individuals like you, we ask you to consider a donation to our program.  Any contribution is welcome, as students are constantly being rewarded for their MP3 behavior.  (Examples of gift cards: Five Below, ITunes, Chick-Fil-A, Amazon, etc...)  Checks made out to Maple Point and cash are also welcome.  We hope that you will support our efforts.  Any donations can be brought to school with your child and delivered to the main office during the school day.

    Thank you in advance for your generosity.


     

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  • Constitution Day Assemblies         .

    September 17  - 6th Grade - Speaker PA Senator Tommy Tomlinson

                           - 8th Grade - Speaker Middletown Twp. Police Chief Joe Bartorilla

    September 18 - 5th Grade - Speaker PA  Rep. Frank Farry 

                         - 7th Grade - Speaker US Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick and Middletown Supervisor Amy Strouse

    September 21 - 8th Grade (small groups) - Speaker Tom Sofield (levittownnow.com)

    TBD               - Speaker US Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick 

     


     

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     Supplemental Medical Insurance

     

    Click HERE for more information on Student Accident Insurance.

     

     


     

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  • Weather Delay Schedules

    2 hr delay schedule Grade 5

    2 hr delay schedule Grades 6,7,8

    Early Dismissal Schedule


     

     

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  • #StandUp Neshaminy

    All families are encouraged to visit a new website, www.standupneshaminy.org, created by a coalition of Neshaminy educators, parents, rehabilitation professionals and community members to fight the opioid epidemic and the stigma of addiction. This site offers help resources, prevention tips, informational videos and other vital information which will be updated frequently.


     

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  • Free & Reduced Meals

    Healthy meals are essential to learning! If your family could use help with your school meal costs, we encourage to apply for the Free & Reduced meal program. If you received benefits last year, you must apply again each year. Applications should be filled out online here or if you need assistance please contact Food Services at 215-809-6542.


     

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  • Come work with us!

     

    Guest Teacher Program

    The Guest Teacher program will also be offered each month from July through October. If you have a Bachelors degree and are interested in substitute teaching, please see the information here about these two-day seminars which provide training and emergency certification.

    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.


     

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