Neshaminy School District announces administrative changes

The Central Office Administrative team at Neshaminy School District has announced the following administrative appointments and reassignments, all effective July 1st, 2016:

Mr. Troy Bodolus has been appointed as the Principal of Walter Miller Elementary School in Levittown. Mr. Bodolus is completing an Acting Principal role at Oliver Heckman Elementary School. Prior to his assignment at Oliver Heckman, Mr. Bodolus served as an assistant principal at Maple Point Middle School, and also served in various administrative and teaching capacities in both the Allentown and Reading School Districts.

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Letter from the Superintendent

As the newly appointed superintendent of the Neshaminy School District, I am excited to join the many teachers, administrators and support staff in the District who work together to accomplish all that is necessary to uphold our motto: “We Build Futures.”

This year, the District is pleased to take another step along its “Road Map” project with the opening of Tawanka Elementary School.  We are excited to welcome students to the new school, as well as those moved to Pearl S. Buck Elementary School this year.

No matter where our elementary students attend classes, each will be greeted by faculty and staff ready to make this school year exciting and fulfilling. Students and staff at Ferderbar Elementary School and Poquessing Middle School will also enjoy facilities upgrades that took place over the summer to improve heating, air conditioning systems, and more.

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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.
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Senior Tax Assistance Program available now

The 2015 Neshaminy School District Property Tax Assistance Program begins this month. The purpose of the program is to provide property tax relief to our senior citizens. The program is available to homeowners who will reach the age of 65 by December 31st, 2015, and will provide tax rebates of up to $650 for senior citizens whose household income is less than $20,000. This includes reporting half of Social Security or Railroad Retirement Benefits, and 100% of any other income.

If a senior has received a rebate in the past, the district makes every effort to send a rebate application for them to complete each year. If they did not receive a rebate in the past, rebate application forms will be available beginning this month.

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