Announcing the 2021 "I Love Neshaminy" Alumni campaign!
February is “Love” month and there is no better time to show your love for your alma mater! This month, we’re asking for help from our alumni.
The Covid pandemic has created many challenges for our schools, teachers and students. There are many added expenses to providing lessons virtually and creating a safe environment within the schools. The non-profit Neshaminy Education Foundation is dedicated to supporting staff and students. In the past we have provided teacher grants for innovative projects, many of these have become part of the established curriculum. Many of you have benefited from these projects. We have also given scholarships to students seeking higher education.
This year we chose to use our funds to provide headset microphones to staff as they simultaneously taught in their classrooms and virtually. We hope to do more, but cannot without your support.
Please show your love for Neshaminy by donating to our campaign, and indicate your class year when donating. The NEF plans to recognize the class giving the most funds on our Endowment Wall outside Theodore Kloos Auditorium at Neshaminy HS. A tile will be dedicated to the class that raises the most money.
You can donate quickly and securely at the Givebutter website below. Please show your love for Neshaminy by giving and sharing this information with your classmates and other alumni!
For the Dr. David J. Marrington Memorial donation page, please navigate here.
Thanks to the our generous year-end campaign community donors:
Keystone Tax Preparation (Feasterville)
Dr. David J. Ramella (Levittown)
Neshaminy Kids Club
Clare M. Shaw, CPA (Langhorne)
Rick Steele's Gulf Service (Newtown)
GMG Insurance (Langhorne)
Rita's of Penndel
Hearing Center of Bucks County (Morrisville)
Michael Antolino Construction
Shirt Gallery (Feasterville)
Hank Ricci Agency / Allstate Insurance (Levittown)
Neshaminy School District is committed to maintaining educational excellence while ensuring the safest environment possible during the Covid-19 pandemic. The cost of accomplishing these goals is astronomical -- everything from extra staff and cleaning supplies to technology and educational materials that support learning both online and in the classroom.
The non-profit Neshaminy Education Foundation is ready to support these efforts by providing funding. In lieu of the annual teacher grant program, the NEF donated $18,000 to provide bluetooth microphone headsets to teachers to enhance their communication with students joining classes remotely from home.
Neshaminy Education Foundation President Susan Weber (left) presents a ceremonial check to Neshaminy School District Assistant to the Superintendent Michelle Burkholder and Superintendent Dr. Rob McGee in October, 2020
Questions about the NEF or this campaign can be directed to email@example.com. Neshaminy Education Foundation is an IRS-registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Please consult with a qualified tax advisor for information about the possibility Federal and State tax deductions for contributions to the NEF.
Thanks to a 2017-2018 NEF grant, two second grade classes at Tawanka Elementary have been piloting the use of the Dreambox iPad app which promotes the building of individualized math skills and offers teachers valuable tools to identify areas of need.The Neshaminy Education Foundation, established in 1993, is an independent, nonprofit, community organization, developed through the Neshaminy School District Strategic Plan. The Foundation represents the Neshaminy community's pride, commitment, and enthusiasm for its schools. Volunteers working to enhance the education of Neshaminy students, comprise the Foundation board.Financial support for the Foundation is provided through Neshaminy Employee payroll deduction and through generous gifts and donations from individuals and groups as well as through fund-raising activities.
What We DoThe Neshaminy Education Foundation is designed to provide resources to our schools that are not otherwise provided within the school budget or from other sources.By using our economic resources to supplement and enrich the educational experiences of students in the District, the Foundation hopes to increase educational opportunities for all students. The Foundation hopes to increase educational opportunities for all students. The Foundation channels its resources towards strengthening our community's public schools.
Video: NEF grant funds robots at Schweitzer ElementaryStudents at Albert Schweitzer Elementary School are programming 2 robots using their iPads and participating in an international online competition (December 2016).