Supporters and detractors of a proposed plan to close several neighborhood schools throughout the Neshaminy School District listened to Superintendent Ritchie Webb explain why the plan must be revised. At Tuesday's school board meeting, Webb said the economy and the cost of the project have forced the committee studying it to go back to the drawing board, according to a story on LevittownNow.com. "The district was considering a plan that would close Samuel Everitt, Oliver Heckman and Lower Southampton elementary schools in favor of a $35 million “super” school at the Tawanka site, which could house 1,200 students," it said. "A large addition to Pearl S. Buck Elementary School in Middletown and needed renovations to the remaining buildings would round out the $50 million project. If the plan moved forward, redistricting and an extension of the district’s debt service would be necessary." Parents discussed it Wednesday morning on the Levittown Patch Facebook page. While some felt that closing neighborhood schools would lower their property values, others conceded that all school districts are doing whatever they can to save money, and that the consolidation plan might not be as bad as some are making it out to be.