June 1, 2020
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM MP In School Dress Rehearsal 4th Grade performance 5th & 6th Grade Musical
July 25, 2020
July 26, 2020
July 27, 2020
All Neshaminy schools will be closed from March 13, 2020 until the end of the 2019-2020 school year. Please see the Neshaminy Coronavirus information page below for updates, resources and additional updates during this closure.
"Bravery and Resilience During Covid-19" webcast
Click here to view the archived video of a special live webcast for Neshaminy families featuring Dr. Katherine Dahlsgaard from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. "Bravery and Resilience During Covid-19" is the title of her presentation on handling the every day challenges parents and their children are facing during this pandemic.
To request an addtional Chromebook or repair of an exisiting Chromebook
For online curriculum, meal distribution, technology and family resource information please visit
Illness Policy Guidelines
Sometimes you are faced with the difficult decision of whether or not your child is well enough to attend school. You child should be kept home if they have any of the following symptoms until they have resolved or been medically treated:
- Has a fever of 100.0 degrees or higher-After illness, temperature should be normal for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medicine before returning to school.
- Has been vomiting or has diarrhea
- Thick mucus or green nasal discharge
- Red, itchy eyes with drainage
- Suspected head lice. The student may return to school after being treated with shampoo, such as Nix.
Please notify the nurse’s office 215-809-6376 of any health incident, such as strep throat, conjunctivitis, broken bones, or surgery.
Title 1 Parent and Family Engagement
Dear Parents and Guardians,
The Neshaminy School District is committed to providing our students with the best education possible. The elementary school your child(ren) currently attends receives Title I federal funding. Title I provides funding to districts for improving the Academic Achievement of students that have disadvantages. This funding allows our district to provide supplementary reading and or math support. Title I requires that schools seek parent input as well as provide parent and family engagement activities. We would like your input in developing, for each school, parent and family engagement activities that promote student learning and that, strengthen home-school connections.
If you have not already completed the survey, please help us plan by taking a few minutes to answer the 10 item survey using the below link. This information will be used to help us develop parent and family engagement activities throughout the school year. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact your building representatives and or Michelle Burkholder, Director of Elementary Education, firstname.lastname@example.org .
Summer Stock 2020
Due to restrictions related to the Covid-19 pandemic, the 2020 Neshaminy Summer Stock program will not be held this year. Families who have already registered will be contacted with refund information. The Summer Stock staff is organizing a virtual gala of performances, please visit www.neshaminysummerstock.com for information on how to participate (the submission deadline is June 19).
Free & Reduced Price Meal Program at Neshaminy
- Letter to Neshaminy families about the Free & Reduced Meal Program (PDF)
- Informational video (YouTube)
- Free & Reduced Meal Program information & application web page
Volunteer information (new procedures)
All school volunteers must complete background checks to ensure the safety of our students and comply with Pennsylvania law. For new volunteers this process can take 2-4 weeks, so we encourage all potential volunteers to complete this process in advance to avoid being left out of field trips or in-school volunteer activities. Please visit the Neshaminy volunteer web page for more information on this process.
Get the Neshaminy app!
The Neshaminy app is available for Apple and Android and can be downloaded for FREE at their online app stores. The app is a great way to connect with the District, receive important alerts, see information about your child and their school, and contact our staff.
Safe2Say Something app
Neshaminy is introducing the Safe2Say app on Thursday, April 10 in the middle schools and Neshaminy High School. Please click on the links below for more information about this important safety tool: