The Lee Road Elementary School unveiled the past as current and former students and staff opened the school's time capsule which was filled with letters and pictures from 10 years ago.
Lee Road Elementary School was recently recognized as a 2019 National School of Character by Character.org.
During the Levittown Public Schools Board of Education meeting on May 8, Lee Road Elementary School's interim principal Jami Anspach was officially appointed as the permanent principal of Lee Road Elementary School.
Members of the Lee Road Elementary School Chorus, along with music teacher Helen Papayannakos, performed at the Long Island Ducks game on May 3.
Lee Road Elementary School fourth graders expanded their knowledge of history with the help of author and professor Kathleen Velsor from SUNY College at Old Westbury on April 30.
Members of the Lee Road Elementary School Community Service Committee recently collected items for Bobbi & the Strays, an animal shelter.
Lee Road Elementary School students invited guest readers into their classrooms on March 8 for Community DEAR (Drop Everything And Read) Time.
Lee Road Elementary School students recently showed their appreciation by creating Valentine's Day cards for local veterans.
Congratulations to the 11 fourth- and fifth-grade students at Lee Road Elementary School who were recognized as Terrific Kids on Feb. 5!
In conjunction with Lee Road Elementary School's Community Service Committee, Lee Road musicians performed their winter concert for a cause on Jan. 22.
Lee Road Elementary School kindergartners in Rochelle Cascio's class concluded their unit on weather with a visit to the school's science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics room on Jan. 16.
Members of Lee Road Elementary School's Community Service Committee, advised by Julia Moore, recently hosted a holiday toy drive to support the John Theissen Children's Foundation with donations going to sick and underprivileged children.
The district is pleased to announce that Jami Anspach, formerly the district assistant director of elementary education, has been appointed as the new interim principal of Lee Road Elementary School.
Lee Road Elementary School kindergartners in Rochelle Cascio's class visited the Outdoor Learning Center at the Levittown Memorial Education Center on Nov. 27 to further their knowledge on weather.
At its Nov. 14 meeting, the Levittown Public School's Board of Education honored members of Lee Road School's new Digital Media Club.
Lee Road Elementary School students recently enjoyed the "Omegaman and Friends" assembly, an anti-bullying and character development program that teaches students to be an upstander and a positive member of the community.
Watch the video of Lee Road Students running for Student Council as they gave speeches to Students and Faculty in support of their candidacies.
Students and staff at Lee Road Elementary School embraced the start of the district's annual Levittown Education Against Destructive Decisions Week on Oct. 22 by walking together before the start of the school day.
Lee Road fifth-graders in Eileen Vogel's class read "A Package for Mrs. Jewls," which inspired a gravity experiment of their own.
Currently in their fourth year of mindfulness instruction, Lee Road Elementary School officially opened their new Mindfulness Room on Oct. 2 to help students and staff channel their emotions and observe their feelings.
After the tragic loss of beloved Lee Road Elementary School music teacher Dr. Brian LaClair last school year, Nicole Steiner, one of his long time students and a current sixth grader at Jonas E. Salk Middle School, wanted to keep his memory alive for the Levittown community in a special way.
Throughout the school year, Lee Road Elementary School students focused on the importance of teamwork and being an upstander through engaging classroom lessons, activities and assembly programs.
Third-graders at Lee Road Elementary School channeled famous figures from throughout history during their 2018 Third-Grade Wax Museum on May 31.
Lee Road Elementary School students and staff gathered in the school's gymnasium on May 16 to explore the careers of canine officers Washa Bachturidze, Anthony Moreno and Thomas Salvati.