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  • Pre-K Counts

    Neshaminy Pre-K Counts is offering a FREE quality preschool program at identified schools in the district for the 2019-2020 school year.

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  • 2019 Student Council Application

    The selection process for the 2019-2020 Maple Point Student Council begins today. All students in grades 5-7 are elegible to apply.  The timeline will be as follows:

    May 13 - May 20 - Applications Accepted

    A completed APPLICATION consists of a written personal statement supporting your candidacy accompanied by the Student Council cover sheet containing the signatures of three staff members willing to vouch for your qualifications.  Please read the bullet points on the cover sheet carefully. Applications are due in Room C214 by 2:55 p.m. on Monday, May 20th.  There will be no extensions or excpetions.

    May 20 - May 21 - Stage 1 (Application Screening/Staff Feedback)

    Applications will be reviewed by the co-advisors and staff member from a different grade level.  The names of all applicants will also be released to their respective grade level teachers, all specialist area teachers and the Coordinator of Student Affairs in an attempt to obtain additional background information about each candidate's academic performance, leadership potential and demonstration of MP3 behaviors throughout the school year. Candidates will advance to Stage 2 of the selection process based on the strength of their personal statement and the feedback received from staff.  

    May 22 - June 7 - Stage 2 (Candidate Interviews)

    Beginning Wednesday, May 22, candidates will be interviewed by the co-advisors and various staff members based on availability. Questions will focus on commitment, leadership and the expectations we have for our members. Interviews will be approximately 8-10 minutes in length.

    June 10 - Ballot Announced

    Following Stage 2 interviews, a ballot containing a managebable number of students in each grade level will be created and posted in Social Studies classes. 

    June 11 - Student Council Elections

    Student Council Members represent the student body as a whole and therefore, the voices of our students must be heard. Elections will take place in Social Studies classes and students will have the opportunity to vote for eight candidates in their respective grade level.

    June 13 - Results Announced

    The 2019-2020 Student Council will be announced via the PA on Thursday, June 13th.

    Please keep in mind that in a school of this size, a proces like this is very difficult and competitive. Over the last nine years we have nearly doubled the size of Student Council to accomodate more students.  However, there comes a point where we must consider logistics and supervision.  We have a great respect for everyone who applies and realize that each year there are some very deserving students who do not get elected.  We are not perfect but are doing the best we can to create an inclusive but fair process.

    Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns.


    Jason Pienta/Neil French

    Student Council Co-Advisors


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  • PSSA / Keystone testing information 

    Schedule for Maple Point MS

    • English Language Arts: April 23, 24 & 25, AM (all students in grades 5-8)
    • Mathematics: April 30, May 1, AM (all students in grades 5-8)
    • Science: May 2, 3, AM (all students in grade 8)
    • Keystone Algebra: May 20 & 22, AM (all students in Algebra 1)


    All parents and guardians are urged to read the following documents regarding the upcoming Pennsylvania PSSA tests.


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  • New 1:1 Technology summer policy for grades 5-9

    Starting this year, students in grades 5-9 will be taking their 1:1 Chromebooks/iPADS home for the summer. This will allow the students to continue work on their devices. The Neshaminy Technology Department has issued guidelines for summer use and support which can be found here: 1:1 Summer Take Home Information


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  • Teen Cuisine at Maple Point Middle School

    Teen Cuisine is an interactive enrichment class for middle school students to build skills to live well for a lifetime. 

    Click HERE for additional information or to sign up! There is no cost for students.



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    Lindsay Binder, Keira Callahan, Jack Evans, Ariel Garcia, Quinn Goldberg, Zowie Krzywonos, Isabella Lackey, Jake Lolli, Jonatan Lopez, Lindsay Mace, Owen Major, Jack Massam, James McCool, Isabella Paone, Bhakti Patel, Finneas Pfluger, Gianna Reeves, Mia Sermarini, Kaelynn Snyder, Tim Wilson



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    For the 6th straight year, Maple Point is collecting items to ship to our troops deployed at outposts in Afghanistan and Syria.  Last year, we were able to collect and ship 40 boxes of those items most requested by our great men and women of the military and they were able to experience a taste of home!  There are two collection bins located in Maple Point. One is by the 2nd floor stairwell adjacent to Mrs. Hagedorn's room and the other is in the main office.  Click HERE to see a list of items that you can donate.  Thank you for all you do for our brave soldiers!


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  •  1:1 Technology Information

    Just as this school year, each 5th,and 8th grade students will receive a Chromebook,  New devices are asked to pay a modest technology usage fee of $30, (maximun of $90 for families with multiple students), to cover insurance before the device can be taken home. The following links will provide the information about the 1:1 Iniatitive and the forms needed to be completed and returned with the fee to Maple Point.




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  • Follow Mr. Sokol on Twitter

    Follow Mr. Sokol on Twitter for information, news, pictures and events at:

    Twitter Maple Point MS@MP_MrSokol


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  • Canvas Information & Instructions

    Canvas is our new online learning management system. Information and instructions for students and parents can be found here.


    Parent access information to Canvas can be found here.


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  • New Attendance Policy

    In keeping with changes to Pennsylvania law, the Neshaminy School Board has adopted an updated attendance policy which takes effect starting with the 2018-2019 school year.  A letter describing this policy can be found by navigating to the link below:

    New Attendance Policy 

    If you have any questions regarding this policy, please contact the main office at your child's school.



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    Our Box Tops for Education contest is back!  This year we will be collecting in the homerooms.  The homeroom that collects the most Box Tops will win a special prize.  Students may turn Box Tops in to their homeroom teacher or they may turn them in at the library.  Make sure your homeroom teacher's name is on the bag or envelope when you turn them in so your homeroom will receive the credit!


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  • From the SWPBIS Committee

    We are excited to announce that Maple Point Middle School has kicked off their SWPBIS program this school year.  SWPBIS stands for School Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports.  The philosophy behind this program includes reducing problem behavior, increasing student engagement, improving academic performance and improving family involvement within the school district.  We are looking for donations to reward positive behavior in students and staff.  The SWPBIS program can only achieve its goals with the generosity from members of our community.  Without these donations, creating the SWPBIS program would not be possible.

    Since the start of the SWPBIS program, we have relied on the generosity of individuals like you.  We ask you to consider a donation to our program.  Any contribution is welcome, as students are constantly being rewarded for their MP3 behavior.  (Examples of gift cards: Five Below, ITunes, Chick-Fil-A, Amazon, etc...)  Checks made out to Maple Point and cash are also welcome.  We hope that you will support our efforts.  Any donations can be brought to school with your child and delivered to the main office during the school day.

    Thank you in advance for your generosity.


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  •  Supplemental Medical Insurance


    Click HERE for more information on Student Accident Insurance.




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  • Weather Delay Schedules

    2 hr delay schedule Grade 5

    2 hr Delay 6,7,8 revised

    Early Dismissal 2018-19 revised



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  • 1:1 Technology Summer Policy for grades 5-9

    This year, students in grades 5-9 will be taking their 1:1 Chromebooks/iPADS home for the summer. This will allow them to continue school projects and explore their devices.  For more information please read the 1:1 Summer Take Home


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  • 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:


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  • Help us Build Futures!

    District Employment Information

    For information about all other positions at Neshaminy, please visit our employment web page for information on current vacancies and application materials.


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  • 2018-2019 year-end schedule

    On March 26, the Neshaminy School Board approved changes to the 2018-2019 calendar to account for weather and other school closures. The schedule for students will not change while teachers at Maple Point, Buck and Hoover will have one additional Professional Development day.


    • NHS Comencement: Wednesday, June 12 (rain dates 6/13, 6/14)
    • Half-days for students: Wednesday, Thursday & Friday June 12, 13 & 14
    • Final day for students: Friday, June 14
    • Teacher Professional Development Days: Monday & Tuesday, June 17 & 18
    • Additional Teacher Professional Development Day for Hoover, Buck & Maple Point only: Wednesday, June 19


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  • Summer Stock 2019 registration now open

    Once again, Neshaminy Summer Stock will be offering a professional-level theater program for students entering grades 2-12. Information and registration materials can be found here.


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