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An accessible experience

Sesame Place renews

Certified Autism Center designation during National Autism Acceptance Month.

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Crime roundup

Bensalem Police are investigating retail thefts at the local Barnes & Noble and Kohl’s.

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Prestigious recognition

BHS junior Ethan Zhao, of The Fightin’ Robotic Owls, is a FIRST Robotics Dean’s List Finalist.

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Belmont Hills Elementary celebrates grand opening of new playground

 $25,000 was raised for the project in October, when Principal McGowan pledged to sleep on the roof

Students, teachers, parents and community members gathered earlier this month at Belmont Hills Elementary School in Bensalem to celebrate the grand opening of a much-needed, brand-new playground.

The kids were all smiles as they tested out the equipment, which includes navy blue slides, teal ladders and monkey bars. It replaces the old, outdated set, which would slightly squeak and shake if used by too many kids at once.

In total, the new playground cost approximately $60,000. While some money was already available for the project, $25,000 had to be raised last fall in order to bring it to fruition.

Thinking outside the box, Belmont Hills Principal Kelly McGowan decided to turn the fundraising process into an exciting one

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Sesame Place renews Certified Autism Center designation

This designation was first given in 2018 by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education

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In the midst of National Autism Acceptance Month, Sesame Place announced its renewed commitment to ensuring an enjoyable experience at the Langhorne theme park for autistic and sensory-sensitive visitors.

Recently, Sesame Place was recertified by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards as a Certified Autism Center. It first received this designation in 2018, becoming the first theme park in the world to do so.

Additionally, in 2022, Sesame Place San Diego became the first theme park in the world to open as a CAC and, this year, was also recertified.

To maintain its CAC designation, Sesame Place completes an onsite review by IBCCES every two years. Certification and renewal involves extensive specialized training for employees, focusing on sensory awareness, motor skills, program development, communication and emotional awareness, all of which helps them enhance the onsite experience for guests.

For 2024, Sesame Place Ambassadors completed additional certifications in neurodiversity, as well as related first

responder training to expand their skills and knowledge, supplementing IBCCES’ standard training for CACs.

Over the years, Sesame Place has expanded its amenities to better serve autistic attendees, including quiet rooms and low-sensory rooms; ride accessibility programs; sensory guides for various rides, attractions and shows; noise-canceling headphones for single-day use; low-sensory parade viewing and dining options; and family care centers and adult changing tables.

“We are proud of the partnership between our Sesame Place parks and IBCCES, which allows us to best sup-

port the needs of all guests,” said Cathy Valeriano, park president of Sesame Place Philadelphia. “We’ve made many enhancements to the park as a result of our partnership with IBCCES and are committed to providing a meaningful and memorable experience for everyone.”

During Autism Acceptance Month, Sesame Place is giving away free Sesame Street story books dedicated to showing that all children are special in their own ways. The titles include A Little Bit Different, A Little Bit the Same and We’re Amazing: 1,2,3!. Story books are available on operating days through the month of April, or while supplies last.

In addition to this, Julia, a 4-year-old autistic Muppet from Sesame Street and the face of Sesame Workshop’s “Sesame Street and Autism: Amazing in All Children” initiative, is available for meet & greets throughout April. The smiling, orange-haired Julia joined Elmo and friends on Sesame Street in 2015 and made her debut at Sesame Place in 2017.

Myron Pincomb, chairman of the IBCCES board, praised the park for its work: “Since 2018, Sesame Place has set a commendable example for other organizations in the industry, and we’re thrilled to see their team’s continued commitment and dedication. We take pride in continuing our partnership to promote a welcoming environment for all.” ••

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Submitted Photo All about acceptance: Julia, a 4-year-old autistic Muppet, is available for meet & greets throughout April at Sesame Place.
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Mind Body Soul Wellness Center announces new location, First Fridays

Mind Body Soul Wellness Center recently announced the opening of its new location in Bensalem’s Neshaminy Plaza, as well as the launch of its First Friday events.

First Fridays are held on the First Friday of each month, where MBSWC hosts an open house “meet & greet” in the new office in Neshaminy Plaza, 3070 Bristol Pike, Building 2, Suite 218, from 6 to 7 p.m. These events are a free and informal time where interested community members and prospective clients can tour the facility, meet the staff of MBSWC, learn about the unique approach they take to healing and enjoy light refreshments.

MBSWC, founded by owner Bonnie Jean Kane, LPC, LMT, has developed a holistic approach to health and healing. Skilled services for the mind, body and soul include mental health counseling, myofascial release, massage, reiki, chakra balancing and, through Bonnie’s unique gifts, spiritual communication/mediumship. All of this aims to allow clients to experience the motto of “finally well.”

Believing that “healing is our birthright,” MBSWC’s mission statement is to make these services available, accessible and affordable to the entire community.

Visit MBSWC.net or call 267-332-6605 for more information. ••

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a pledge: if the remaining funds could be collected, she’d sleep on

the school for one night.

Within a mere four weeks, thanks to the efforts of the student body, local organizations and businesses, the $25,000 goal was surpassed.

While some students thought McGowan was only joking about her pledge, she was true to her word and, on Oct. 27, 2023, she packed a tent, sleeping bag, neon lights and other needed supplies.

With the assistance of the Cornwells Fire Company #1 and Bensalem Township Police Department, she made her way to the top of the building as her Belmont family cheered her on from below.

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On Facebook Live, McGowan chronicled her experience. She even got creative when it came to sustenance, with pizza raised up to her in a laundry basket. When it came time to head back down the

following morning, her Belmont students were on hand to greet her.

And McGowan couldn’t have been prouder of them.

“They’re community-oriented. They want to be successful,” McGowan told CBS News of her students prior to her ascent in October.

Now, the new playground serves as a reminder of not only McGowan’s impressive feat, but of how the Belmont community united as one to achieve a goal. ••

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CRIME ROUNDUP

Barnes and Noble retail theft

Bensalem Police are investigating a retail theft that occurred at Barnes and Noble, 3900 Neshaminy Mall, on April 5. It was reported that, at approximately 4:30 p.m., an unknown white male entered the store and stole a box of Legos valued at $100. The man fled the area without paying for the merchandise.

If you have any information regarding his identity, submit an anonymous tip online at bucks.crimewatchpa.com/ bensalempd/ or call Bensalem Police at 215-633-3719.

Fleeing and eluding

Bensalem Police are investigating a fleeing and eluding case that occurred on April 4, at approximately 11 p.m. Officers were in the area of Grove Avenue in Trevose, when they encountered a stolen black Nissan Murano, which was being operated by a white female with brown hair. The unknown female exited the vehicle and ran on foot toward the wooded area adjacent to Grove.

If you have any information regarding her identity, submit an anonymous tip online at bucks.crimewatchpa.com/ bensalempd/ or call Bensalem Police at 215-633-3719. ••

Kohl’s retail theft

Bensalem Police are investigating a retail theft that occurred at Kohl’s, located at 2325 Street Road, on April 8, at approximately 5:50 p.m. It was reported that two unknown black males and two unknown black females entered the Sephora section of the store and stole

about $1,000 worth of merchandise. They fled the area in a black SUV.

If you have any information regarding their identities, submit an anonymous tip online at bucks.crimewatchpa.com/ bensalempd/ or call Bensalem Police at 215-633-3719.

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PPH Is Bringing Back the Garden Party (And You’re

You’re invited to a Garden Party and Design Tour at The Philadelphia Protestant Home (PPH) on Wednesday, May 22, at 10:00 am. Enjoy spring-inspired refreshments. Then, tour the gardens, feed the koi fish and check out what is blooming in the greenhouse. From there, take a fun “insider’s tour” of stylish apartment homes at PPH. But first, join us the week before on Tuesday, May 14 at 12:00 pm for a special Lunch & Learn event called “Ted Talks Security” with former Philadelphia police officer and 20-year veteran of the PPH security team, Officer Ted! Avoid the latest scams and learn

how to safeguard yourself and your money. RSVP for one or both events. Space is limited.

A garden oasis in the Lawndale section of Northeast Philadelphia.

PPH is a non-profit Life Plan Community with one of the most affordable entrance fees in Philadelphia, with its own swimming pool and wellness center on par with a commercial health club. Plus, it hosts four dining venues and an array of amenities. It’s all securely tucked away on an expansive 13-acre campus, offering a full range

of options, including independent living, personal care, memory care, short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing. Our inclusive and diverse resident population is welcoming to those who identify as LGBTQ.

You’ll love this: As a non-profit, once you’re in, you’re IN. We love our residents, and it shows in all we do. We make moving to another facility unnecessary – even if you outlive your money. As a non-profit, PPH helps residents stay in the community.

What makes PPH so special?

• State-of-the-art fitness club, indoor heated pool, exercise classes

• Studio, one- or two-bedroom apartments at an excellent value

• On-site banking, gift shop, pharmacy, primary care medical practice and convenience store

• On-site dining with four different venues and menus

Join us at the Lunch & Learn or Garden Party. Are you age 62+ and considering a move? These events are for you! RSVP required. Space is limited.

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Lunch & Learn: Officer Ted Talks Security & Safety

Tuesday, May 14 || 12:00 pm || RSVP Required

Officer Ted, a former 17-year veteran of the PPD and head of security at PPH, will deliver the latest updates. In a wideranging presentation, he’ll discuss the latest scams targeting local seniors, online security and tips to stay safe that may be relevant to you. Lunch will be served.

Open House Garden & Tour of Homes

Wednesday, May 22 || 10:00 am || RSVP required

Nestled in the Lawndale neighborhood, springtime is the perfect season to tour PPH. Check out our showcase of model apartments, our design studio and our blossoming gardens.

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Bensalem Township School District announces February Students of the Month

Belmont Hills Elementary School “STARS”

• Kindergarten: Luna Rodebaugh, Mila Taynor, Adrienne Ramirez, Samuel Sankin

• First Grade: Oleksandra Meshko, Yasmin Solikhova, Liana Garcia

• Second Grade: Harper Cookson, Jack Schum, Arianna Harvey, Bradley

Crowther, Sofia Zaccairo

• Third Grade: Landyn Wenig, Christian Camacho, Emily Barnhart, Aiden Fath

• Fourth Grade: Charlene Li, Lena Campbell, Rosally Caban, Joy Borbor

• Fifth Grade: Logan Schum, Olya

Deshko, Nina Kosichkina, Blaze Diegidio, Alec Morales

• Sixth Grade: Madison Provenzano, Joycee Mendez, Emmett Flynn-Marrero, Landon Kerbert-Estrada

Cornwells Elementary School

Students of the Month

• Kindergarten: Ryder Herbert & Layne Patrick

• First Grade: Manav Sah

• Second Grade: Jayden Luo

• Third Grade: Kylie Fernandez

• Fourth Grade: Stephanie Lim

• Fifth Grade: Kevin Mano Hernandez

• Sixth Grade: Damian MonteroMurillo

Samuel K. Faust Elementary School

Citizens of the Month

• Kindergarten: Adaline Trung, Kaylanie Lugo, Dylan Yanza

• First Grade: Anisa Azamova, Morgan Valentine, Brianna Ochoa Morocho

• Second Grade: Jazlyn Moore, Jostin Cunin Guasco, Aaliyah Cephas, Devonta Johnson

• Third Grade: Alexa QuinteroMorales, Shazain Syed, David Ramirez Torres

• Fourth Grade: Asher Webb, Angelo Trotta, Evelyn Merchan, Aahan Patel

• Fifth Grade: Tiffany Cuna, Jacqueline Teelan, Samiyah Brown

• Sixth Grade: Zaire Frisby, Isaiah Carrasquillo, Faith Knowlden, Emma Deeley

Benjamin Rush Elementary School

Citizens of the Month

• Kindergarten: Abolade Lajumoke, Arshiv Singh, Diana Tsukan

• First Grade: Hailie Berger, Kenedy Salguero Garcia

• Second Grade: Alannah Dupree, Saleem Hellams, Luna Perez Santiago

• Third Grade: Daniel Gonzalez

Sanchez, Nayleani Ortiz Torres, Cameron

Stimson, Yarenis Velez-White

• Fourth Grade: Mokshitha

Yemineni, Elijah Senador

• Fifth Grade: Jimit Rao, Ismael

Duran-Alvarracin

• Sixth Grade: Isiah Johnson, Celia Solis

Russell C. Struble Elementary School “CHAMPS”

• Kindergarten: Gianni Dajti

• First Grade: Gabriel Velazquez

• Second Grade: Arya Stokes

• Third Grade: Nadia Szarko

• Fourth Grade: Greyson Miller

• Fifth Grade: Olivia Otto

• Sixth Grade: Vladyslav

Duzinkevych

• Special Areas (Computers): Anthony Colacicco

Valley Elementary School

“Leadership Awards”

• Kindergarten: Peyton Hordijenko, Nicole Rafferty, Liam Zelner

• First Grade: Ruhi Patel, Nathan Pettola, Grace Tran

• Second Grade: Layla Lopez, Ismail Numan, Pari Patel, Charlotte Zelner

• Third Grade: Kylie Barbus, Brie

Bonsera, Bianca McGonigal, Lydia Nguyen

• Fourth Grade: Draven Allen, Reyansh Jaiswal, Aaron Materson, Ethan

Sarker

• Fifth Grade: Ian Miller, Alexa Trobman, Diana Umarova

• Sixth Grade: Alyssa Cavallo, Aubrey Mitchell, Julia Scutchings, Gabe Szafran

• Related Arts: Colton Domal (Library), Lydia Nguyen (Art), Jillian Orr (Computers), Rivix Ramirez-Colindres (Music), Ava Walker (Gym)

Robert K. Shafer Middle School

Nathan Burger

Sophia Grayo

Gabriel Mangene

Jeremy Numa

Mahi Patel

Heidi Baffour

Abigail Lucera

Yesha Patel

Desire Roman McConnell

Katherina Yurchenko

Cecelia Snyder Middle School

Bryce Carty

Avery Torres

William L’Heureux

Rimas Moursi

Jaylyn Burd

Patrick Marks

Avery Cruz

Adrian Gonzalez

Bensalem High School

Maxwell Gormley

Aryanna Rodriguez

Emma Baar

Karen Mathew

Vanessa Shay

Paul Hernandez

Justin McDowell

Peyton Miller

Olena Alandareva

Mohamed Islam

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Bensalem student named FIRST Robotics Dean’s List Finalist

Bensalem High School junior Ethan Zhao, member of the BHS robotics team The Fightin’ Robotic Owls, was recently named a Dean’s List Finalist at FIRST Mid-Atlantic District Championships.

Named after FIRST Robotics founder Dean Kamen, the FIRST Robotics

Dean’s List recognizes outstanding student leaders within the FIRST community who demonstrate exceptional technical expertise, leadership and a commitment to spreading STEM education. Being nominated for the Dean’s List signifies recognition for one’s significant contributions to the FIRST program, serving as a role model and inspiring others in the pursuit of robotics and innovation. Zhao was nominated for this prestigious award by his robotics teammates.

In his nomination essay, Zhao’s teammates said about him: “Ethan is a pas-

sionate leader who leaves his mark on those he meets. His voice bellows through the lab and his charisma, knowledge and confidence carry with it. Throughout any [team] meeting he can be found engaging with other subteams, driving conversations and demonstrating the value of asking questions … He understands a team is only as strong as its members, and pushes every student to be their best.”

In addition to the written essay submitted by his teammates, Zhao also had to participate in two rounds of interviews. He said, “Becoming a Dean’s List Finalist would not have been possible without all the support behind me from my friends and mentors on the amazing robotics team. Even though it’s an individual award, I am honored to represent Team 5401 at FIRST World Championships.”

Zhao, along with three other finalists

in the region, will find out at a special luncheon this month at FIRST Robotics World Championships in Houston, Texas if he has been selected as one of the 10 Dean’s List Award Winners. As a winner, he would receive:

• A unique trophy and recognition at FIRST World Championships

• A written letter of recommendation from FIRST Robotics leadership to the college(s) or employer(s) of his choice

• A team registration credit toward next season’s $5,000 registration fee

• Invitation to a Dean’s List Award Summit at FIRST Robotics HQ in Manchester, New Hampshire

• Exclusive access to the Woodie Flowers Memorial Grant, an annually-renewable $10,000 grant toward college tuition

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Andalusia hosting Garden Symposium May 3

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Andalusia Historic House, Gardens & Arboretum announced the return of its Andalusia Garden Symposium. This year’s day-long event on Friday, May 3, features four world-renowned horticulturists speaking in Bucks County.

The Garden Symposium brings together garden enthusiasts from near and far to hear from some of the most influential and innovative voices in the global gardening community. The four speakers are:

• Troy Scott Smith, head gardener from Sissinghurst Castle Garden in England

• Dan Hinkley, the famed plantsman, garden writer and nurseryman

• Lucy Hunter, a landscape and floral designer best known for her Flower Hunter books on seasonal floral displays

• Stefani Bittner, an edible landscape designer and author of Harvest and The

Fragrant Flower Garden

The day begins with a coffee reception and welcome, followed by lectures from the four horticulturists and then lunch. This portion of the day takes place at The Holt Center at Holy Ghost Prep to accommodate more attendees.

The Garden Symposium then continues at Andalusia Historic House, Gardens & Arboretum, where guests can enjoy an afternoon tea, book signings with the speakers, and an opportunity to explore the 50-acre gardens and grounds located on the banks of the Delaware River.

Tickets for the all-day event are $300 and are available at andalusia.org

The Garden Symposium is presented by The Letitia Glenn Briddle Society. All proceeds go toward funding summer internships in horticulture for aspiring professionals working in the field. ••

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