• 2015-2016 Neshaminy Education Foundation Grants

     The Board of the Neshaminy Education Foundation is pleased to announce the 2015-2016 grant recipients. Each year the staff of Neshaminy School District can apply for these grants in December, the awards are announced in January and the funds must be used by May.  
     The goal of the NEF grant program is to promote innovation in all Neshaminy schools and to purchase items that might not otherwise be available through the traditional budget process. 
     This year the Foudation approved $11,578 in grants. Congratulations to our 2015-2016 winners!

    Video: 2016 Neshaminy Health Fair

    Supported by a 2016 NEF grant 

     Flocabulary  Read Naturally Live  Dot and Dash  Vernier probe
    Cara Buttari, Pearl Buck: iCanRead Program $1289 
    Jeff Rodos, Pearl S. Buck Elementary: Read Naturally Live Reading Program $599
    Lauren Miller, Oliver Heckman Elementary: Nonfiction Notice and Note signposts for 3rd and 4th grade $1,485
    Patricia Kropp, Lower Southampton Elementary: Osmo robots $1,385
    Yazmine Adamson, Albert Schweitzer Elementary: Dash and Dot robots $1,500
    Kathleen Kenney, Carl Sandburg Middle School: Bosu fitness / exercise balls $654
    David Wert, Poquessing Middle School: Video cameras for student projects $500
    William H. Lever, Maple Point Middle School: Flocabulary video subscription $96
    William H. Lever, Maple Point Middle School: Camtasia software to create video tutorials $198
    Joanne Strack and Neshaminy Certified School Nurses: Funds to support the 2016 Neshaminy School District Health Fair $500
    Gail Park, Neshaminy High School, American Reading Company subscription for 9th-grade reading program, $500
     Janet Dougherty, Neshaminy High School BCIT Department: Virtual Business – accounting simulation software $1,295
    James Maloney and Matt Thompson, Neshaminy High School: Digital Probeware for HS Science Department $1,577