Members of Lee Road Elementary School's Community Service Committee recently collected donations for Last Hope Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation in Wantagh.
Congratulations to Division Avenue High School senior, Emily Gillis, for earning a spot on Newsday's All-Long Island second team for girls basketball!
It was an evening of celebration as the Levittown Public Schools recently honored its 10 newest Hall of Fame inductees during the district's annual Hall of Fame Recognition Night at Domenico's Restaurant.
MacArthur High School junior Luoxian He considers music a major part of his life. The talented student-musician has been playing the French horn since the fourth grade and is involved in the prestigious Music Advancement Program at the Juilliard School.
Members of Division Avenue High School's DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) chapter in the Levittown Public Schools, recently competed at the DECA State Career Conference in Rochester.
Fourth grade classes at Lee Road Elementary School created "Doodle Bots" that reinforced the concept of electrical energy being converted into kinetic, heat, and sound energy.
Lee Road Elementary School kindergartners in Christina Wilkinson and Nicole Bischof's class formed a reading connection with a class across New York State on March 9.
Members of Summit Lane Elementary School's drama club presented their production of Disney's "Cinderella KIDS" to students, families and community members on March 4 and 5.
East Broadway Elementary School students recently celebrated Dr. Seuss's birthday, also known as Read Across America Day.
Budding student-writers from Jonas E. Salk Middle School and Wisdom Lane Middle School learned tips and tricks to enhance their writing skills during the Levittown Public Schools' first Writer Con event on March 9.
Students in grades K-5 in the Levittown Public Schools participated in a literacy scavenger hunt throughout the month of February.
Emily Gillis, a senior from Division Avenue High School, is making school history.
Abbey Lane Elementary School fifth graders in Krista Beasley's class took their coding skills to new heights during a visit with district technology specialist Corie Cosgrove on March 2.
MacArthur Junior, Emily Zhang, was accepted to the Perry Outreach Program at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine
February was a busy month for our second graders. They learned how to count money and learned how to tell time on an analogue clock to the nearest hour and minute.
Science Research Freshmen Natalia Pszeniczny, Mia Frattura, and Grace Ryan, were accepted to the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Women in Science and Engineering (CSHL WiSE) Coding Camp.
After learning about forces, the students in Mr. Bencivenga and Mrs. Porr's class experimented to see if the strength of a force determined how much motion it had.
On Thursday, Feb. 27, Division Avenue High School students from Personal Wellness and Health learned about the benefits of Pet Therapy.
Senior Omar Pineiro from General Douglas MacArthur High School was recently selected as a recipient of the Dr. Jong Pil Lee Memorial Scholarship from the Long Island Mathematics Conference Board.
Five outstanding student-athletes from General Douglas MacArthur High School recently received Class A All-State honors.
Lee Road Elementary School kindergartners in Christina Wilkinson and Nicole Bischof's class celebrated the 100th day of school with a tasty trail mix activity on Feb. 24.
Fourth and fifth grade students at Gardiners Avenue Elementary School are thinking outside the box during the school's new after-school Critical Thinking Club.
Summit Lane First Graders in Mrs. Nally's and Mrs. Siebert's classes participated in The Mitten videoconference with schools located in other parts of New York State.
The fifth grade students in Ms. Corron's class immersed themselves in the study of Greek mythology through the shared reading of a Storyworks play, The Revenge of the Gods.
The students of Gardiners Avenue are extremely excited to be playing Hockey.
This month, Mrs. Donnelly's and Ms. Madigan's first graders celebrated the 100th Day of School.
February is known as the month of LOVE, and that was evident in our reading/intervention programs. During the February literacy initiative, our students were involved in a Dr. Seuss QR Code Scavenger Hunt.
Division's Avenue High School's club, PosiDiv, advised by Mrs. Grace Wheeler, is all about making positive contributions both in school and throughout the community.
Tarangini Arunachalam, a junior from Division Avenue High School, was recently elected as Key Club Division 6 Lieutenant Governor for the 2020-21 Key Club Year.
Members of Abbey Lane Elementary School's Get A Voice Club recently educated the student body on the power of kindness through a pay-it-forward video that they created.
Abbey Lane Elementary School fourth graders in Siobhan Schneider's class shared their love this Valentine's Day with their annual event, VIP Day.
Kindergarten students at Northside Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school on Feb. 13 by dressing as 100-year-olds.
Summit Lane Elementary School students are connecting math to movement with a new program called Math "Motor"vation.
On Feb. 1, Division Avenue High School hosted the Nassau East Science Olympiad Regional Competition.
Wisdom Lane Middle School teachers Kathleen Auer and Carole Going were recognized as two of 97 accomplished educators from New York State to receive the National Board Certification from the National Board for Professional Standards.
Jonas E. Salk Middle School was recently selected as one of 81 state schools and only one of four New York schools to be recognized as a 2020 State School of Character by Character.org.
The General Douglas MacArthur High School varsity wrestling team recently earned the title of Nassau Division I dual meet champions.
The Division Avenue High School girls varsity bowling team recently earned the title of Nassau County Champions for Division 1.
Division Avenue High School English teacher Dave Goldman is turning his heartbreak into an inspiring story.
This month, several third grade classes worked with Corie Cosgrove on programming.
Mrs. Ulmschneider and Mrs. Dunleavy's class is studying Energy in science.
Congratulations to MacArthur Science Research students Lindsey Barr, Priya Dubey, and Natalia Pszeniczny.
On Saturday, February 1, MacArthur Science Olympiad teams participated in the Nassau East Regional Competition.
On February 6th, Cindy Kalb, Desiree Mendoza and Diann Sciulla represented the MacArthur ABA Program at the YOLO Strong Foundation Get-Together of Giving.
What is Writer Con 2020? It is a time for middle school students, grades 6-8, and their families, to join in a community event where we all become authors and members of a larger writing community.
More than 20 Jonas E. Salk Middle School students celebrated their love for the Harry Potter book series and films with the school's second annual Harry Potter Night on Jan 30.
Prior to the MacArthur High School winter concert on Jan. 30, the district unveiled the school's completely renovated auditorium to the community.
As part of the district's 2019-2020 literacy initiative, elementary school students across the district focused on characters during January.
Ms. Miller's Culinary Arts class at Division Avenue High School recently had special guests from Spain
After hearing about his father's memorable Division Avenue High School experience from 31 years ago, Pablo Magdalena Fernandez knew he wanted to follow in his father's footsteps.
First graders in Mrs. Farley's class at Gardiners Avenue had a fun time learning about light at the Outdoor Learning Center!
MacArthur High School students in Christine Paprocky's physical education classes recently participated in a floorball unit with the help of the New York Islanders hockey team.
Lee Road Elementary School students in grades 3-5 met children's book author Amy McCoy on Jan. 27 as part of the school's Parents as Reading Partners week.
Members of the Lee Road Elementary School Community Service Committee, with the help of teacher Pamela Smith, recently collected various items for those affected by the recent earthquakes in Puerto Rico.