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Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow: Students Take the Chop For Breast Cancer Awareness
Dozens of students in the Levittown School District donated more than 330 inches of hair that will be made into wigs for cancer patients through Pantene's Beautiful Lengths organization. (FiOS 1 News)
Register Now for the Summer Instrumental Program!
Does your child want to either begin a new instrument or continue his/her lessons on their present one? Please follow this link to download the Summer Music Registration Form.

Deadline Extended! Note: Instruments must be obtained from the registrants home school, before the end of the term - contact the teacher on the maintenance contract form as soon as possible.
Award Logo Levittown Schools Designated "Best Communities For Music Education" Award Recipient
Levittown schools have a longstanding tradition of distinction in music. The program contains elements not found in many Long Island districts. In addition to the traditional offerings of band, chorus and orchestra, Levittown offers piano, guitar and electronic music which includes digital recording technology.
In this photo: Planting a Field of HonorPlanting a Field of Honor
Division Avenue and MacArthur high school students, as well as Gardiners Avenue fourth-graders, collaborated in the planting of American flags to prepare the district's second annual Field of Honor.
In this photo: Levittown Hosts NYSSMA Area 9 FestivalLevittown Hosts NYSSMA Area 9 Festival
On May 23 and 24, 2017 Levittown hosted the NYSSMA Area 9 Solo and Ensemble Festival at Jonas E. Salk Middle School. 1860 students from our area (East Meadow, Kellenberg, Levittown and Uniondale as well as all of Nassau County for Classical Guitar) were evaluated by NYSSMA adjudicators. Several Levittown Music teachers volunteered to fill rooms where a judge was unable.
In this photo: SkillsUSA Members Medal at State CompetitionSkillsUSA Members Medal at State Competition
Four SkillsUSA students who attend GC Tech medaled during the New York State competition, held in Syracuse, New York in April.
In this photo: Ready and PreparedReady and Prepared
Faculty and parents applauded the 155 career and technical education students who received their certificates of completion from the Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center program on June 12.
In this photo: A Celebration of Success for DAHSA Celebration of Success for DAHS
Division Avenue High School celebrated the accomplishments and achievements of the Class of 2017's top students during the annual Senior Awards Night on June 6.
In this photo: Division Avenue Graduates Pave Their Path to the FutureDivision Avenue Graduates Pave Their Path to the Future
Hofstra University's David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex was a sea of blue and white caps and gowns as 254 Division Avenue High School graduates from the Class of 2017 took the next step toward new challenges during the 58th commencement exercises.
In this photo: MacArthur HS Class of 2017 Embraces New BeginningsMacArthur HS Class of 2017 Embraces New Beginnings
Pride and excitement resonated throughout the Hofstra University's David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex as 332 MacArthur High School graduating seniors from the Class of 2017 celebrated a long-awaited academic milestone during the school's 56th commencement ceremony.
In this photo: MacARThur's Students on DisplayMacARThur's Students on Display
Each year, the Art Department at MacArthur High School proudly hosts an Art Show to acknowledge the hard work and artistic endeavors of their students. This year, the students of MacArthur High School filled the C-wing with artwork including fine art, photography, ceramics, graphic design, fashion illustration, and crafts.
In this photo: Artwork Displayed at All County Art ExhibitionArtwork Displayed at All County Art Exhibition
On Sunday, March 12th, 9 Salk students showed off their incredible artistic talents at one of the largest and most prestigious art shows of the year. The Art Supervisors Association hosted its 12th annual All-County Art Exhibition at Farmingdale College.
In this photo: Salk Graduates Begin a New Academic ChapterSalk Graduates Begin a New Academic Chapter
Prents and faculty welcomed Salk Middle School students with great pride as they entered the gymnasium for the annual moving up ceremony.
In this photo: Tops in Poetry ContestTops in Poetry Contest
Wisdom Lane Middle School sixth-grade student Muskan Kumar was a grand champion winner in the 31st annual Walt Whitman Student Poetry Contest, sponsored by the Walt Whitman Birthplace Association. Caleigh Bradley and Jack Pendergrass were also winners in their category among this year's 2,700 entries.
In this photo: Wisdom Lane MS Students Take the Road AheadWisdom Lane MS Students Take the Road Ahead
Excitement and pride resonated throughout Wisdom Lane Middle School's auditorium as parents and faculty celebrated the new academic chapter being taken by eighth-grade graduates during the annual moving up ceremony, held on June 12.
In this photo: Abbey Lane Students - Tops in MusicAbbey Lane Students - Tops in Music
During the May 3 Board of Education meeting, Abbey Lane music students Michael Draluck, Tiffany Guzman, Leah Librizzi, Savanna Mendez Andy Murillo, Ceyda Nazli, Julianna Newman and Demetrios Zirogiannis were recognized for their participation in the Nassau Music Educators Association All-County festival held in January.
In this photo: Our Community HelpersOur Community Helpers
Abbey Lane students attended school dressed like firefighter, police officers, doctors, nurses, teachers and more as a culmination to a unit on community helpers. For several weeks, the first-graders have been learning about the various roles of workers in the community and how they assist in making the community a better place to live.
In this photo: East Broadway Terrific Kids AwardsEast Broadway Terrific Kids Awards
As the school year ends the fifth grade students proudly received their last terrific kids awards here at East Broadway School.
In this photo: Spanish Class-Here We ComeSpanish Class-Here We Come
Fourth graders in Mrs. Cavanaugh's class, from East Broadway School, were treated to a Spanish lesson this morning.
In this photo: Gardiners Ave. Musicians Perform at NYSSMAGardiners Ave. Musicians Perform at NYSSMA
This spring, thirty-two musicians from Gardiners Ave. School participated in the NYSSMA (New York State School Music Assoc.) solo festival and earned medals for their fine performances! Congratulations to these band, chorus, and orchestra members!
In this photo: Shadows at GardinersShadows at Gardiners
Students in Ms. Vining's first grade class are enjoying the beautiful weather while learning about light, shadows, and how the Earth moves.
In this photo: Lee Road Students - Tops in MusicLee Road Students - Tops in Music
During the May 3 Board of education meeting, Lee Road students Jessica Cassella, Ava Conway, Mikaela DiNorcia, Isabelle Duffy, Maya Morales, Samantha Mulieri and Elizabeth Parascondola were recognized for their participation in the Nassau Music Educators Association All-County festival held in January.
In this photo: Studying Nature's Greatest DecomposersStudying Nature's Greatest Decomposers
During their monthlong study of earthworms, kindergarten students in Christine Wilkinson's class at Lee Road School not only learned how to care for nature's greatest decomposers, they created an earthworm habitat by preparing a compost bin.
In this photo: Summit Lane Fifth Grade Book ClubSummit Lane Fifth Grade Book Club
In the beginning of the year, the Fifth Grade read "The Lemonade War" by Jacqueline Davies. In this story, a brother and sister compete to see who can earn more money by having a lemonade stand.
In this photo: Who Is Your Hero?Who Is Your Hero?
Tears of joy resonated through Summit Lane's cafeteria as second-graders in Christine Pace's class honored a VIP in their lives during the annual Hero Celebration.
In this photo: Northside Students Participate in "Piano Festival"Northside Students Participate in "Piano Festival"
Northside School was represented by 28 entries this year at the Piano Festival in March, held at Nassau Community College, and at the Spring Solo Evaluation Festival in May, held in our own Levittown School District at Jonas Salk Middle School. These festivals are sponsored by the New York State School Music Association known as NYSSMA.
In this photo: Northside Student Council Bagel and Fruit BreakfastNorthside Student Council Bagel and Fruit Breakfast
Members of Northside's student council 2016-2017, their Executive Board and outgoing 5th grade members, pictured with facilitators Mrs. Nizinski (R) and Mrs. Cosgrove (L), celebrated a successful year together with a bagel and fruit breakfast at which awards were presented.
Parent Portal Update: The Parent Portal and iPad/Android Apps will be down on Monday, June 26th from 8am-3pm while Final Report Cards are being stored for all grades.
LAP and LAMP Registration: Applications for the Levittown After-School Program (LAP) and the Levittown A.M. Program (LAMP) are now being accepted for the 2017-2018 school year. All applications must be submitted online. For more information on these programs and to register your child please visit the links above. Returning LAP program applicants, please complete the application before 8/15/17 to reserve your child's placement. The LAP and LAMP applications are temporarily offline due to system maintenance. The applications should be operational by the end of the day today.
Instrumental Music Registration: Registrations for new students in the district's instrumental program are now online. Hard copy registration form are still be available via your child's music teacher. Please use the following link to register your child (going into grades 3-5) for a musical instrument.

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