District LogosThe logo art represented in the files below can be used for purposes related to Neshaminy School District including:Official district and school web sitesOfficial district and school social mediaApproved posters, flyers, bannersStudent projectsApproved premium items such as logo sportswear, fundraising items, notebooks, etc.Official PTO materials when approved by school principals and/or district officialsMedia use when related to content regarding Neshaminy School DistrictAny questions regarding the use of Neshaminy School District logos and images should be directed to Chris Stanley, Community Relations Coordinator (email@example.com, 215-809-6505). Larger file sizes are available on request.The files below are PNG with transparent backgrounds, appropriate for a variety of uses.
IMPORTANT DOWNLOAD INSTRUCTIONSFor Chrome and Firefox users:Click on the logos or on the file descriptions below to download them to your computer (files will be placed in the 'Downloads' folder by default on most computers).For Internet Explorer and Safari users:Click on the logos or file description below and the logo image will open in a new browser window.Next right-click that new image and choose 'save image as...' from the fly-out menu to save the file to your desktop.
NOTE: Do NOT copy/paste images from a web browser into an application such as Microsoft Word or Publisher. Instead save the image to your desktop as described above, then use the menu 'insert' commands to place the photo where desired. Copy / pasting images might result in low-resolution or stretched photos in your final document.ColorsThe blue and red color combination found throughout Neshaminy School District has a history going back to the formation of the district in the 1950's. The colors were chosen for their collegiate look, reminiscent of those found at the University of Pennsylvania. Due to the difficulty of rendering colors accurately across a wide variety of media and purposes over the years, many variations of these two colors exist throughout the district. In an effort to unify them, the following guidelines should be used whenever possible:
PANTONE = 484 CRGB = 153, 0, 0CMYK = 0, 100, 100, 40HEX = #990000
PANTONE = 2746 CRGB = 0, 50, 150CMYK = 100, 100, 8, 2HEX = #003296