The Neshaminy Education Foundation recently awarded over $8,000.00 in grants to 11 teachers throughout the district in winter 2015. Grants ranged from $239.00 for a classroom organizational system for Ferderbar Elementary School to $1499.55 for a team of art teachers from Walter Miller Elementary School and Albert Schweitzer Elementary School who wish to implement The Watercolor Monotype – Working with Artistic Styles.
2014-2015 Grant Recipients
Theresa O’Neill: $311.79 Neshaminy High School Senior Art Digital Portfolios
Amanda Henry: $1,000.00 Neshaminy High School Nearpod Premium Accounts
Joanne Strack, Sharon White and all certified nurses: $175.00 Neshaminy High School Spring Health Fair
Ashley Hall: $1095.00 Neshaminy High School Virtual Business – Restaurant Simulation
Sharon Gianni: $287.60 Neshaminy High School Current Events Model in the Classroom: Dateline: Troy
Janine Kearns: $228.00 Maple Point Middle School Six Minutes to Fluency
Janine Kearns: $890.40 Maple Point Middle School Shared Reading in a Balanced Literacy Framework
Kris Troxell, Stacy Potter, Karen McGuigan, Katie Storck, Justin Bursk: $1499.55 Albert Schweitzer & Walter Miller Elementary Schools, The Watercolor Monotype – Working with Artistic Styles
Mary McGinly: $239.00 Ferderbar Elementary School Organization for Quick Student Response and Accountability
Jeff Rodos, Leanne Raab, Cindy Rutledge: $725.90 Pearl S. Buck Elementary Problem Based Learning Through STEM
The Neshaminy Education Foundation was established in 1993 to represent the Neshaminy community’s pride, commitment, and enthusiasm for its schools. Financial support for the Foundation is provided through Neshaminy Employee payroll deduction and through generous gifts and donations from individuals and groups. Additional monies are raised through a variety of fund-raising activities.