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: