Scenes from Neshaminy High School Homecoming

Neshaminy High School held its Homecoming festivities on Friday, October 7th, with a game against Central Bucks High School South. Photos by Chris Allen.

  1. Parents helping out at the merchandise table, front row from left, Jen Mace, Dianne Kelly, Crissy Whitlock and Denise DiFrancesco; back row, Joyce Jackson, Debbie Lapergola, and Cindy OConnell.
  1. Pictured from left are Homecoming King Ryan Reed, Homecoming Queen Cali Tomko, and the Queen’s Court, Tessa Kane, Megan Campbell, and Francessa Marvern.
  1. Ford Bowman (left) and Dan Grindrod dressed for the occasion.
  1. Faculty and staff on hand included, from left, Donna Pirrone, David Fink, Devin Shennard, Lori Shennard, and Shawn DeLosAngeles.

Scenes from “The Day We Remember”

  1. Members of the Penndel Police Department, John Hesdon, Kathy Bevans, Chief Joe Sciscio, Sean Perry, and Al Sigafoos, at the event.
  1. Members of the NHS Cheerleaders were on hand to support participants.
  1. Race winner, Mike Daigeaun, crosses the finish line.

Scenes from the Maple Point Art Show

The middle school held its annual art show last month, with students exhibiting creativity galore.

  1. Hannah Cieszkowski with something called a “radial paper relief” sculpture.
  1. Batman “zentangles” were popular this year. Here’s Gabby Gutierrez’ version.
  1. Mary Milorey worked on pottery.
  1. Julia Ponticiello with her pottery sculpture.
  1. Nicolette Heddie with her zentangle.
  1. Not to be outdone, Connor Bergholt created a Superman zentangle.

Scenes from the LBBA Car Show

  1. James Siuta, of Lambertville, NJ, with his ‘32 Ford 3-Window Coupe.
  1. Linda Mecutchen, of Langhorne, shows off her ‘67 Shoebox Chevy Nova.
  1. John Fitzgerald, of Langhorne, next to his ‘57 Chevy Bel-Air 4 Door Hardtop.

Scenes from the Senior Citizen Ball

Last month senior citizens attended a free prom in the Neshaminy High School gymnasium, which was decorated for the occasion by NHS students, who hosted the event.

  1. Doing the “Macarena!”
  1. Latrice Morgan and Evie Gutekunst dazzle the attendees with their moves.
  1. Emil and Rita Nekoranik had a great time!

Scenes from the Neshaminy STEAM Expo

Neshaminy School District held it’s second annual district-wide STEAM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Art, and Math) Expo at the high school on April 7th.

  1. Maria and Julianna Exner created foam monsters.
  1. Logan Collins coded a videogame with the Scratch programming language.
  1. Avery Boorse, Evan Bower, and Cameron Krauss with vehicles they created.

Scenes from Neshaminy High School’s Gym Night