Neshaminy celebrates Constitution Day

Neshaminy schools cel­e­brat­ed Constitution Day on Monday, September 17 with sev­er­al activ­i­ties. That date is the 231st anniver­sary of the sign­ing of the U.S. Constitution, and any school receiv­ing fed­er­al fund­ing is man­dat­ed to teach the his­to­ry and con­tent of the Constitution around that date.

The Constitution Day speak­er series at Maple Point Middle School includ­ed vis­its from PA Rep. Frank Farry, US Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick and Middletown Township Board of Supervisors Chairperson Amy Strouse. Tom Sofield from LevittownNow also spoke to a small­er group in the library. What a bet­ter way to learn about our Constitution than from those that live it every day?
Strouse and Fitzpatrick speak to studens

Rep. Fitzpatrick and Supervisor Strouse speak to students

Rep. Frank Farry

Rep. Frank Farry


Third and fourth grade stu­dents at Pearl S. Buck Elementary School in Levittown gath­ered in the cafe­te­ria (rain pre­clud­ed a gath­er­ing around the flag pole out­side) to sing patri­ot­ic songs and recite the Pledge of Allegiance: