Thursday, December 6, 2012
It was reported to Lower Southampton Police that a suspicious person was seen looking into a boy's bathroom window at Lower Southampton Elementary.
On Monday, Dec. 3, Lower Southampton Police received a report of a suspicious person looking into an open window in the Lower Southampton Elementary School boy's bathroom at about 12:45 p.m. Although the four male students gave police conflicting descriptions, the subject is described as a white male, possibly wearing glasses, a green or black shirt, brown or blonde hair and jeans. He was last seen running up a hill toward Herman Street. For more news like this, Like us on Facebook or Sign up for our newsletter. Lower Southampton Police Lieutenant Ted Krimmel there is a SEPTA bus stop right near this location that employees from various local businesses use. The police department regularly receives suspicious persons/vehicle reports in the…
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
A Lower Southampton Elementary first grade class welcomed home a retired colonel from Afghanistan.
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
The students of Miss Masulis’s first grade class at Lower Southampton Elementary were recently visited by retired Colonel Jeffry S. Williams, a father of one of the students in the class. Williams had recently come home from Afghanistan where he was working with the Ministerial Advisory Group working for the NATO Training Mission in Afghanistan. Their mission was to coach, teach and mentor the Afghan Military and government. He shared with the students the local customs and background on the Afghani people through a slide show and answered students’ questions. He also brought traditional scarves and bracelets foreach of the children.
Thursday, October 25, 2012
A Lower Southampton Elementary Teacher was recently named the Teacher of the Month by the Feasterville Acme.
Lower Southampton Elementary teacher Randy Nesbitt was selected by the Feasterville Acme as Teacher of the Month. One of Nesbitt's first grade students nominated him for the Acme's Teacher of the Month program. He will be presented with a $50 Acme gift card, a pizza lunch, a cake or cupcakes and fruit to share with his class Oct. 30.
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Today, September 5, is the first day of school for Neshaminy students. So mark down these important dates on your calendars.
Neshaminy students returned to classrooms today for the first day of school. Now begins the rat race of making lunches, after school activities, athletics and driving the kids all over the place. To help, Patch has compiled important September events for you to mark on your calendar: Is there an event you don't see? Add your own to our Patch calendar.
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
Lower Southampton and Joseph Ferderbar Elementary schools have put together lists of suggested school supplies for each grade level.
With the first day of school a little less than a month away, it might be time to start thinking about school supplies. Lower Southampton and Joseph Ferderbar elementary schools have put together lists of suggested school supplies for each grade level. Click on the links below to view the list of supplies. Lower Southampton Elementary: Joseph Ferderbar Elementary:
Thursday, June 7, 2012
The Lower Southampton Elementary students raised money for Smart Boards for the school.
On May 25, Lower Southampton Elementary students participated in the school's first "Race for Education." According to the school district's website, sponsors of this "health and wellness" experience for students helped raise $26,900. This money will allow Lower Southampton Elementary to purchase additional Smart Boards for its classrooms. "We are truly grateful to all who supported our mission in the Race for Smart Boards! A big thank you to the Race Committee members and PTO for their support with this event," as stated on the district website.
Monday, February 13, 2012
A Lower Southampton Elementary teacher received the Teacher of the Month award from the Feasterville Acme.
Lower Southampton Elementary School's pre-first grade teacher Allison Crisp received the Teacher of the Month award from the Feasterville Acme Friday, February 10. As the recipient of Feasterville Acme's Teacher of the Month award, Crisp was presented with a $50 ACME gift card, a bouquet of flowers and a cake. In addition, Crisp's class received a pizza party lunch with cupcakes and goodie bags. While at the class party, Acme staff talked to students about healthy fruits and vegetables. According to Crisp's biography on the school district's website, she graduated from the University of Redlands in California with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies and a minor in Social Studies. She also holds a Master of Education degree from Holy …
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
In honor of Flag Day on June 14, Lower Southampton Elementary's first grade held a patriotic song festival for friends and family.
Friday, May 20, 2011
Lower Southampton PTO held its 2011 Spring Fair May 7.
When last year's spring fair ended, planning for this year's Lower Southampton Elementary PTO hosted event began. Though rain threatened to wash out the event, it held off long enough for the community to come out and enjoy the games, rides, basket raffles and more May 7. "The rain gods were shining on us," PTO spring fair co-chair Sue Brookes said of the event day weather. The spring fair, planned by Brookes and co-chair Cheryl Errico, is a social event, not a fundraiser, Brookes said. PTO members raffled off themed baskets to cover the cost of the event. Children and parents alike enjoyed massive inflatables, games, prizes, a dunk tank, tours of a Lower Southampton Fire Department engine and carnival-style fare.