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Please join us for our first annual Levittown Schools Parent University Expo featuring a variety of topics on Wednesday, November 9th from 6:30-9:00pm at LMEC. This evening event helps expand upon our already fantastic Parent University offerings, all of which are designed to assist parents in supporting their children and preparing them for success. Click here to check out the workshops and to register for classes that are being offered for parents. We hope to see you there!
On September 20th the Division Avenue and MacArthur High School Choruses once again came together to perform the National Anthem for the New York Mets and their fans.
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.
High Praise for Levittown Students
During the Oct. 19 public meeting of the Board of Education, board trustees, Central Office administrators and faculty congratulated eight students from Division Avenue and MacArthur high schools who were recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program as Commended Students.
Community Extends Words and Tokens of Appreciation to Board
In celebration of School Board Recognition Week, students, district unions, PTA representatives and local politicians honored the Levittown School District's trustees for their voluntary service and commitment to students with tokens of appreciation during the Oct. 19 meeting of the Board of Education.
GC Tech Quilt Honors 9/11 Victims
The Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center Key Club unveiled a memorial quilt commemorating the 15th anniversary of 9/11 at the Sept. 21 Board of Education meeting.
DAHS: Now We're Cooking!
On Monday October 17th, Ms. Galterio's Family and Consumer Science classes hosted a special guest. David Allen, a student-chef from Johnson & Wales University, presented to Division Avenue students both the educational and career-based opportunities offered by the University.
Top Strings at Division Ave.
The district is pleased to announce that Eileen Cha (Cello), Dawn Kim (violin) and Joy Kim (violin) from Division Avenue High School have been selected to participate in the 2016 Long Island String Festival Association Secondary Festival, to be held at Munsey Park Elementary School in Manhasset on Nov. 20.
Always A General
MacArthur High School's Class of 1966 received a warm welcome home during their 50th reunion on Sept. 10.
MacArthur Students Visit with Johnson and Wales Professor
On Wednesday, October 19th, the Family and Consumer Science department (FCS) of MacArthur High School invited presenter David Allen from Johnson and Wales University to talk to students in the Culinary Arts, Food investigations, and International Foods classes.
Salk Welcomes Incoming Sixth-Graders
In preparation for the first day of school on Sept. 7, incoming sixth-grade students filed into Salk Middle School's auditorium on Aug. 30 for the annual sixth-grade orientation.
Salk accepts National School of Character Award in Washington D.C.
On Saturday, October 15 2016, members of Jonas E. Salk's character education committee, RISE, attended a ceremony in Washington DC to accept the award for Salk being named a National School of Character by character.org.
Wisdom Lane Welcomes Officers to Discuss Students Role in the Community
On Thursday, October 13, Wisdom Lane Middle School welcomed Officer David Brohman and Officer Michael Cammarata from the Problem Oriented Policing Unit, Second Precinct South.
VFW, Patriot's Pen Essay Contest
Once again the students at Wisdom Lane have demonstrated their willingness to contribute to their school's annual participation in the VFW, Patriot's Pen Essay Contest.
American Indian Heritage Comes Alive
Fourth-graders at Abbey Lane took an in-house field trip courtesy of Journeys into American Indian Territory, a program that complemented the students' social studies curriculum about native peoples.
Linking STEAM with Physical Education
Science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics were the focus of a physical education unit at East Broadway. The weeklong centers included cup stacking, building structures with tiles, domino challenges, and creating creatures with K'Nex. As each student rotated through the stations, they improved eye and hand coordination, honed cooperation and communication skills, participated in teamwork and fostered creativity.
Community Helpers Visit East Broadway
After learning about Community Helpers, the students in Mrs. Pokalsky's and Mrs.Schuman's kindergarten class wanted to say thank you to the helpers in our community who keep us safe.
A Celebration of Healthy Eating
Gardiners Avenue students rocked out to the music of the Brady Rymer Band in celebration of Healthy Snack Day. Sponsored by the PTA, the event was one of two annual events aimed at teaching and reinforcing lessons on healthy lifestyle habits.
Pumpkin Math at Gardiners Ave.
A trip to the pumpkin patch, sponsored by the PTA, resulted in Tamara Vining's first-graders participating in a variety of pumpkin math activities at Gardiners Avenue.
Get.A.Voice Kickoff at Lee Road
Green leaves trimmed with gold and red swirled outside the windows of Lee Road Elementary School.
National Anthem Girl Visits Lee Road School
For two years, Ms. Jannine Stange criss-crossed the country on a historic journey to became the first person to sing the national anthem in all fifty states in honor of our brave military.
Winning Fire Prevention Messages
In celebration of Fire Prevention Month, Summit Lane students in grades K-5 participated in the annual poster and essay contest sponsored by the Levittown Fire Department.
Fishing Long Island Waters
During a special presentation by I Fish New York representatives Bob McCormack and Francis McParland, Summit Lane fifth-graders learned about the varieties of fish that lurk within the salt and fresh waters of Long Island.
Beyond the Naked Eye at the Outdoor Learning Center
Recording observations of living specimens found in pond water and not readily seen with the naked eye resulted in excitement and awe for Northside School fourth-grade students.
Northside Students Learn Fire Prevention
Northside School students learned about fire prevention and precautions when members of the Levittown Fire Department gave an informative demonstration.

Parent Portal Update: PowerSchool and Parent Portal Update: PowerSchool and the Parent Portal will be down for system maintenance from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM on Friday, October 28th. We apologize for the inconvenience.
State Review Announcement: The New York State Education Department's Office of Special Education has initiated a Special Education Programs and Services Focused Review in Levittown School District during the 2016-2017 school year. Please click here to review the State Review Announcement.
Microsoft Office365 with OneDrive: Microsoft Office365 with OneDrive is free, it's powerful and it's linked to your Levittown network ID. It is for all teachers, students and staff. Your OneDrive includes 1 Terabyte of storage, a free version of Microsoft Office suite for your home computer and much more! Check out all of the features (including how to download your free copy of Microsoft Office Suite) and get started using OneDrive today!
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 2016-2017 school year. All applications must be submitted online. This year, there will be no paper forms. For more information on these programs and to register your child please visit the links above.

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