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We are excited to announce our Levittown Hall of Fame project. Levittown School District is looking to honor the best and brightest who have graduated from our schools and become leaders in their fields. If you would like to nominate someone for the Levittown Hall of Fame, click here for additional information on the Hall of Fame Project.
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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.
Superintendent Dr. Tonie McDonald Receives Town's Pathfinder AwardIn this photo: Superintendent Dr. Tonie McDonald Receives Town's Pathfinder Award
The District is pleased to announce that Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tonie McDonald received a 2017 Town of Hempstead Pathfinder Award in the category of community affairs during a special ceremony at Hempstead Town Hall on March 7.
Levittown Students Explore the Nation's WondersIn this photo: Levittown Students Explore the Nation's Wonders
Twenty-one Division Avenue and MacArthur High School students recently accompanied Director of Social Studies and World Languages Steve Costello on a trip to the Grand Canyon and San Francisco.
Medical Assisting and Police Science/EMT Students Dissect a Deer Heart at GC TechIn this photo: Medical Assisting and Police Science/EMT Students Dissect a Deer Heart at GC Tech
GC Tech's Medical Assisting and Police Science/ EMT students participated in the dissection of a fresh deer heart as a part of their Anatomy and Physiology curriculum.
A Showcase of Career and Technical SkillsIn this photo: A Showcase of Career and Technical Skills
GC Tech students competed for awards during the annual skills showcase held at Levittown Memorial Education Center on Feb. 13. Orchestrated by the center's teachers and staff, the event provided students with the opportunity to demonstrate acquired skills for potential employers and colleges, as well as parents and administrators.
Division Students Recognized for Public Service AnnouncementsIn this photo: Division Students Recognized for Public Service Announcements
Nine students in Mr. Engels' Digital Media Productions class were recognized for their outstanding work. Students were asked to create a public service announcement focusing on the negative impact drugs has on people's lives.
Handmade Emojis at Division AvenueIn this photo: Handmade Emojis at Division Avenue
Students in Ms. Ciano's Life Management class recently completed their culminating project. The unit, focusing on relating to others, asked students to create emoji keychains.
MacArthur Science Research Students Attend FairIn this photo: MacArthur Science Research Students Attend Fair
On Friday, March 17th, the following MacArthur Science Research students participated in the Molloy Science Research Fair: Saajid Chowdhury, Thomas McDermott, Rory Myles, Jennifer Taggart, Brady Peterson, and Evan Peters.
MacArthur Seniors Participate in Long Island Science and Engineering FairIn this photo: MacArthur Seniors Participate in Long Island Science and Engineering Fair
MacArthur seniors, Jake Iannacone and Madison Kleppan-Mella, participated in the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair on February 8th.
Joe Hess Makes the Shot and Earns Free LunchIn this photo: Joe Hess Makes the Shot and Earns Free Lunch
During the Salk/MacArthur Final Home Game, Joe Hess a 6th grade student athlete celebrating his birthday took it upon himself to see if he could make a shot for a chance to earn a free lunch. Not only did he make the shot but he did it in dramatic fashion.
Salk Hosted Its Sixth Annual, "March Madness", Basketball TournamentIn this photo: Salk Hosted Its Sixth Annual, "March Madness", Basketball Tournament
Salk's annual Recreation Night was a huge success. On Wednesday, March 15, 2017 Salk hosted 16 teams, approx. 70, 7th and 8th graders for a 3 v 3 March Madness basketball tournament.
The America They Believe InIn this photo: The America They Believe In
A patriotic tone and love of country resulted in four Wisdom Lane Middle School students receiving awards in the annual Veterans of Foreign Wars Patriot Pen Essay Contest. First-place winner Isabel Gallego, second-place winner Vincent Giordano, third-place winner Ashley Dwyer and fourth-place winner Alexander Genovese were recognized during a recent Board of Education meeting for their winning essays titled "The America I Believe In."
Abbey Lane Faculty to Present at Teach to Lead SummitIn this photo: Abbey Lane Faculty to Present at Teach to Lead Summit
Abbey Lane Elementary School faculty members Jessica Kaufman, Dr. Edel McCarville, Jennifer Pignataro, Rich Schwartz and Diana Taormina were invited to present a proposal on Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports during the Teach to Lead Summit held at LIU Post on Jan. 12.
Abbey Lane Students Learn to be MACHOIn this photo: Abbey Lane Students Learn to be MACHO
Abbey Lane students are challenging the stereotype of being "macho." During an assembly with MACHO Man Foundation founder Cary Epstein, the students learned that MACHO is an acronym, which spelled out, means my actions can help others.
Mixing It Up at East BroadwayIn this photo: Mixing It Up at East Broadway
East Broadway students are trying to cross the lines of divide that often occur in school lunchrooms across the country. The school hosted Mix It Up at Lunch Day as part of its character education program, so that students can meet new friends by sitting at different tables in the cafeteria.
Using Simple Machines to Trap a LeprechaunIn this photo: Using Simple Machines to Trap a Leprechaun
East Broadway fourth-grade students used their recently acquired knowledge of simple machines and leprechauns to build traps to catch these elusive fictional characters.
Gardiner's Avenue Stands Up Against BullyingIn this photo: Gardiner's Avenue Stands Up Against Bullying
Social worker Lindsay Grand spoke with Mrs. Gorske's fourth graders on the important topic of bullying. After taking part in a lesson and working together, students signed a promise card to "Stand Up Against Bullying." All students agreed just how important it is to have a bully-free school!
PARP Week at Gardiners Ave.In this photo: PARP Week at Gardiners Ave.
Students at Gardiners Ave. celebrated PARP (Pick a Reading Partner) during the week of February 6th. Our theme for this year was "Reading is Sweet."
Lee Road Students Showcased at ASA All County Art ExhibitIn this photo: Lee Road Students Showcased at ASA All County Art Exhibit
The ASA All County art exhibit honors the most talented young visual artists in Nassau County and was held at Farmingdale State College's Roosevelt Hall on Sunday, March 12, 2017.
Lee Road Donations Benefit Boots on the Ground NYIn this photo: Lee Road Donations Benefit Boots on the Ground NY
The Lee Road Community Service Committee collected supplies for troops serving abroad, which benefitted the Long Island non-profit organization Boots on the Ground NY.
SOCKtober at Summit LaneIn this photo: SOCKtober at Summit Lane
Student Council held its first fundraiser for the 2016-2017 school year for The Long Island Coalition for the Homeless. Throughout the month, Summit Lane collected donations of new socks.
Gingerbread STEAM's its way into Summit LaneIn this photo: Gingerbread STEAM's its way into Summit Lane
The children in Mrs. McLaughlin's First Grade class and the children in Mrs. Pase's Second Grade class worked collaboratively to create a giant gingerbread house using the power of cross-disciplinary learning. The acronym STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math.
Northside Students Participate in Reflections ProgramIn this photo: Northside Students Participate in Reflections Program
Ten Northside School students participated with eleven entries in the Reflections Program, a statewide arts contest sponsored by the PTA. Children from kindergarten through fifth grade explored their "inner artist" in the areas of Visual Arts, Literature and Music Composition. This year's theme was "What Is your Story?"
Northside Students Celebrate St. Patrick's DayIn this photo: Northside Students Celebrate St. Patrick's Day
Students at Northside School celebrated St. Patrick's Day by wearing green shirts, dresses or blouses, green jewelry, scarves and hats and some even wore orange colored beards to look like leprechauns, the elf of Irish folklore.
Zoning Update For Abbey Lane School: All of the students from our elementary schools move together to either Salk Middle School or Wisdom Lane Middle School, except for Abbey Lane, where most go to Wisdom and some go to Salk. Earlier this year the Board of Education and Administration of the Levittown Schools decided to study the feasibility of sending all Abbey Lane students to Wisdom upon completion of their course of study at Abbey. After careful consideration and a review of all available data, including input from residents, as well as a current demographic study performed by Western Suffolk BOCES, the Levittown School District has decided to leave the zoning catchment area for Abbey Lane as it currently exists.

AS A RESULT, THE MEETINGS SET FOR THIS PURPOSE ON MARCH 22 AND MAY 10 HAVE BEEN CANCELLED.

If you have any questions, kindly contact Dr. Maurer at Abbey Lane at (516) 434-7400.
Parent Portal Update: Elementary Report Cards for the 2nd Trimester are now available.
Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program Update: This is to advise that the time frame for accepting Interest forms for the Universal Pre-K for the 2017-2018 school year has expired. Any questions please contact Arlene Mege at 516-434-7058.
Calendar Reminder: Due to the use of the two snow days, school will be in session on May 26th.

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