Kindergarten students in Mrs. Carpentier's class participated in a school-wide scavenger hunt with their third grade book buddies.
Students from kindergarten to fifth grade at Northside School learned about fire prevention and important precautions when members of the Levittown Fire Department gave an informative demonstration. Joel Bearman, Fire Commissioner, led the assembly.
Fall has arrived! With Halloween around the corner, it was a great time for the reading students to discuss the origin of chocolate and vanilla.
Students in Mrs. Suriano's 1st grade class conducted a science experiment with candy corn!
As part of their summer reading program, Fifth-graders at Abbey Lane read Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library.
Fifth-grade students in Mrs. Valentine's class at Abbey Lane became cartographers!
MacArthur High School senior Samuel Ruiz was recently recognized by the College Board's National Hispanic Recognition Program for his exceptional score on the 2017 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
Three seniors from the Levittown Public Schools were recently recognized as Commended Students in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Division Avenue High School seniors Holly Dukacz and Brandon Smith explored paths that would lead to a possible career during the summer as they attended a three-day National Leadership Academy.
The district in pleased to announce that Lauren Reganato, culinary arts instructor and Scott Downs, police science and emergency medical technician instructor, have joined the Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center family at the start of the 2018-2019 school year.
East Broadway's fourth graders in Mrs. Cavanaugh's class are practicing their math skills in a fun way. The children learned a new math game.
Congratulations to Salk 7th grader, Bradley Schwartz, who participated in the USA Football Middle School Bowl Game Series in Canton this summer.
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.
Northside School teachers and staff came together in hope and strength against breast cancer.
Northside Elementary School second-graders in Ryan Shaw's class honored Johnny Appleseed's birthday on Sept. 26 with a special Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics activity.
The students of Gardiners Avenue are extremely excited to have been playing scooter games.
Mrs. Donnelly's first graders have begun working in literacy centers. The children have been listening to fun and interesting books on tape as well as engaging in visual-tactile activities to enhance reading and writing skills.
The students are adjusting well to the new school year. They are working on strengthening their reading and writing skills.
During the month of September, the students in Ms. Borst's class learned about the scientific method. They conducted an experiment to see which cup of Skittles would lose its color quicker.
A new turf field and a cool, brisk evening was the perfect backdrop for Division Avenue High School's annual homecoming game against Glen Cove and festivities held on Sept. 28.
Nassau County Police Officer Robert Konik visited U.S. History classes at Division Avenue High School on Sept. 26 to discuss the Nassau County Law Enforcement Exploring Program.
Once a month Mrs. Stine's Cosmetology second year students visit the Jewel Quinn North Merrick Senior Community Center.
Fifth-graders throughout Northside Elementary School reflected on their summer reading book "Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library" by Chris Grabenstein on Sept. 26.
East Broadway Elementary School second-graders in Jennifer Nadolny and Marie Johnson's class celebrated the beginning of Fall with a trip to the Outdoor Learning Center, held at the Levittown Memorial Education Center, on Sept. 26.
With a spirited crowd behind them, the Generals continued their undefeated season with a 32-28 win over the Bellmore-JFK Cougars on Sept. 29. The varsity football game capped the Homecoming festivities at MacArthur High School in the Levittown Public Schools.
Sixth-grade students throughout the district are embracing their new role as middle schoolers with the help of Jonas E. Salk Middle School and Wisdom Lane Middle School's seven-week classroom push-in program, Middle School 101.
Last June, the Salk boys' lacrosse team won their final game of the year defeating Wisdom Lane Middle School 15 to 4, to cap an undefeated season of 9 wins and zero losses.
Please join us on Sunday, October 28, 2018 (Rain or Shine) for Levittown Schools Twenty First Annual LEADD (Levittown Education Against Destructive Decisions) Family Walk and Fair. This year's theme is "Fall in and LEADD."
Students at Summit Lane Elementary School are strengthening their script writing abilities with the school's new "Summit Script Fridays."
High school students interested in law and health are exploring the career fields of public safety, emergency medical services, emergency management and fire rescue through Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center.
Jordan Coene, a senior at General Douglas MacArthur High School, was recently recognized as a 2018-2019 Award of Merit recipient for theater during the Long Island Scholar Artist Program's gala at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts.
Saajid Chowdhury, a senior at General Douglas MacArthur High School has recently been recognized as one of 16,000 National Merit Semifinalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Students in the culinary arts program at the Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center recently began learning about the importance of knowing where their food comes from.
Joining the ranks of top student-musicians from throughout New York State, Division Avenue and MacArthur High School seniors were selected to perform at the annual New York State School Music Association All-State Conference in Rochester from Nov. 29-Dec. 2.
Upperclassman throughout the district are looking to a bright future as many recently attended their respective high school's mini-college fair.
Setting his sights on a career as an oncologist one day, Division Avenue High School senior Brandon Smith attended the 10-day National Student Leadership Conference in Washington, DC during the summer where he was enrolled in the medicine and health care program.
High school students from Division Avenue High School and General Douglas MacArthur High School recently displayed their college readiness level as a total of 237 students were recognized as Advanced Placement Scholars.
Twelve students from Northside School took part in the Levittown Summer Music Program 2018.
Parents of Northside students were invited to "Back to School Night" on September 17, 2018.
Mrs.Cariddi's second grade class has been focusing on the importance of positivity and spreading their own positivity in the classroom, at home and in the community.
Long time Division Avenue High School science teacher Jeff Miller was recently selected as a recipient of the University of Chicago's Outstanding Educator Award.
Fourth-graders at Summit Lane Elementary School in Christine Pase and Michelle Matos' class participated in a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Tower Challenge on Sept. 14 where students were tasked to work together to construct a cup tower without using their hands.
The district invites friends, families and community members to join in Division Avenue High School's annual homecoming festivities on Sept. 28. The Blue Dragons will play the Glen Cove High School Big Red during the school's big football game at 7:30 p.m.
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.
This past summer, two science research students, Saajid Chowdhury and Kimberly Mestizo, each participated in a prestigious research program in order to build their knowledge in science and conduct scientific research in a laboratory setting.
Sean Breves' English class at Division Avenue High School recently participated in a cooperative lesson to introduce the Positive Behavior Interventions Supports framework, a set of ideas and tools that schools use to improve the behavior of students.
The Levittown Public Schools held its first Board of Education meeting for the new school year on Sept. 12.
Continuing its longstanding tradition of success, Levittown Public Schools is proud to announce the Class of 2018 inductees into its Hall of Fame.
The Levittown Public Schools is pleased to announce the appointment of Amy O'Grady, new assistant principal of Jonas E. Salk Middle School.
The Levittown Public Schools is thrilled to announce the appointment of Milton Josephs, the new assistant principal of Abbey Lane Elementary School and East Broadway Elementary School.
The Levittown Public Schools is pleased to welcome Dyanne Case as the new assistant principal of Gardiners Avenue Elementary School and Northside Elementary School. She previously served as a reading specialist in the district for five years.
Marching band students from General Douglas MacArthur High School lined the football field of the school at the end of August for the high school's annual "Marching Madness" program.
Students from grades K-12 throughout the Levittown Public Schools entered the 2018-2019 school year on Sept. 5, excited for the year ahead. Administrators, teachers and faculty members welcomed the students back with open arms as they learned their new routines, organized their school supplies, navigated their schedules and got to know their fellow classmates.
Forty-four new faculty members received a warm welcome from the Levittown Public Schools' central administration and Board of Education during a two-day New Teacher Orientation program on Aug. 22 and 23, held at Levittown Memorial Education Center.
The Levittown Public Schools is pleased to welcome Jaclyn Guidice, new assistant principal of Division Avenue High School.
I hope the summer months have provided everyone with some well-deserved relaxation and fun, as well as valuable time with loved ones.
The week prior to the first day of school, Levittown Public Schools' middle schools and high schools welcomed incoming sixth- and ninth- graders during special orientation programs.
Marching band students from both Division Avenue High School and General Douglas MacArthur High School gathered together to participate in a week-long recreational marching band camp from Aug.
Students throughout the Levittown Public Schools filled the Levittown Public Library for the district's Summer Reading Extravaganza discussion days during summer break.
A number of elementary and middle school students in the Levittown Public Schools received a head start on the 2018-19 school year with the district's four-week Summer Tutorial Program held at Levittown Memorial Education Center.
Problem-solving, collaboration and creativity are encompassed into one during the Levittown Public Schools' brand new Middle School Robotics Camp at Wisdom Lane Middle School.
More than 100 Levittown students entering grades 3-5 have embraced the Levittown Public Schools' Camp Invention this summer from July 16-27 at Wisdom Lane Middle School.
Approximately 65 students from the Levittown Public Schools are utilizing their time this summer to begin a new instrument or enhance their musical abilities with the district's Summer Instrumental Music Program from July 2 through Aug. 9 at Abbey Lane Elementary School.
Learning continues during the summer months as approximately 60 English Language Learners throughout the Levittown Public Schools engaged in the district's annual English as a New Language Jumpstart Program for three weeks.
The Levittown Public Schools is pleased to announce the recent appointment of John Towers, the district's new director of mathematics and business, effective July 1. This upcoming school year will be Towers' eighth year serving the Levittown Public Schools.
The Levittown Public Schools is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Christopher Dillon as the new assistant superintendent for business and finance.
During the Levittown Public Schools' annual Board of Education reorganization meeting on July 2, the board reelected Peggy Marenghi as board president and Marianne Adrian as board vice-president. In addition, trustee James Moran was nominated as temporary chairperson and Elizabeth Appelbaum was reappointed as district clerk for the 2018-19 school year.
Incoming fifth- and sixth-graders throughout the Levittown Public Schools participated in literacy launches throughout the month of June to kick off their 2018 Summer Reading Extravaganza. This summer, fifth-graders will read the book "Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library" by Chris Grabenstein while sixth-graders will read "Because of Mr. Terupt" by Rob Buyea.
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.
It was a celebratory month for fifth-graders across the Levittown Public Schools as they set their sights on middle school during their respective moving up ceremonies from June 14-21.
The Levittown Public Schools is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Susan Farber as the new director of pupil services. She will advance from her six-year position as the district's assistant director of special education, effective July 1.
East Broadway Elementary School students recently celebrated the end of a great school year with their peers during Field Day.
Levittown Public Schools' Division Avenue High School and MacArthur High School musicians participated in the New York State School Music Association's Majors Festival last month at Hofstra University, earning top designations.
The Levittown Public Schools Board of Education honored 50 faculty members from across the district who will be retiring at the end of the school year, during the district's board of education meeting on June 13.
First-graders throughout Abbey Lane Elementary School donned red, white and blue for their annual Flag Day Celebration on June 14. Family members were invited to the special event which took place in the school's all purpose room.
The students in Mrs. Farley's first grade class at Gardiners Avenue School are authors! As a culminating activity of the school year, students utilized all the skills they learned this year to write a fiction book.
Northside School's Student Council 2017-2018 had a very successful year. Meetings were held monthly before school and facilitated by Mrs. Janet Nizinski and Mr. Kevin Vilbig.
On May 31, 2018, Northside presented it's Spring Concert in the Wisdom Lane Middle School Auditorium.
Third Graders celebrated the end of the year by reflecting on all the Get.A.Voice lessons and activities we shared throughout the year.
The fifth grade students of East Broadway proudly accepted their Terrific Kids Awards that were voted from their classmates.
Two-hundred and fifty-two members of Division Avenue High School's Class of 2018 proudly entered the David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex at Hofstra University dressed in blue and white caps and gowns on June 16.
Anticipation and excitement filled the David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex at Hofstra University on June 16 as 301 students from General Douglas MacArthur High School's Class of 2018 prepared to commemorate the next chapter of their lives.
Proudly dressed in their red caps and gowns, 161 students from the Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center's Class of 2018 entered the auditorium of Wisdom Lane Middle School for GC Tech's commencement ceremony on June 11.
Students in Mrs. Alt's 3rd grade class at Gardiners Avenue School participated in the Quail Pilot Program thanks to the planning and hard work of Jessica Mills from the Outdoor Learning Center at LMEC.
Students from Northside School showed their spirit, unity, and pride on Memorial Day. The students marched in the Memorial Day Parade on May 28, 2018
There is a Finch loose at Jonas E. Salk Middle School! But it's not a bird, it's a robot! This year Salk has introduced computer science topics to the one semester Computer Literacy class for sixth graders.
There was not a dry eye in the house as second-graders in Christine Pase and Michelle Matos' class at Summit Lane Elementary School hosted their hero celebration on June 7 for the special loved ones in their lives.
Wisdom Lane's Challenger Team participated in the Empire State Victory Challenge Games at the Mitchell Field Complex on Friday, June 1st.
Surrounded by proud district administrators, board members, faculty, family and friends, approximately 240 eighth-graders at Wisdom Lane Middle School were welcomed into the next chapter of their academic careers.
It was an evening of well-deserved recognitions as General Douglas MacArthur High School seniors were presented with scholarships and awards for their positive contributions.
Wisdom Lane Middle School sixth-grader Armaan Singh was recognized as a winner in the Nassau Reading Council's Young Authors' Contest during the organization's award ceremony at Molloy College on June 4.
Jonas E. Salk Middle School eighth-graders are now ready to take on the academic challenges of high school.
To kick off Levittown Public Schools' annual Summer Reading Extravaganza, students in grades 6-8 at both Jonas E. Salk Middle School and Wisdom Lane Middle School gathered for an engaging literacy launch assembly.
To kick off Levittown Public Schools' annual Summer Reading Extravaganza, students gathered for an engaging literacy launch assembly to introduce the middle school's new summer reading book, "Because of Mr. Terupt" by Rob Buyea.
General Douglas MacArthur High School junior Saajid Chowdhury was recently honored with the Rensselaer Medal Award from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute for his outstanding academic achievement in mathematics and science.
Junior Jason Barr from General Douglas MacArthur High School was recently awarded with the Computing Medal Award from the Rochester Institute of Technology for his outstanding achievement in computing.
Accolades abounded as Division Avenue High School seniors from the Class of 2018 were recognized in front of administrators, board of education members, faculty and loved ones during the school's annual Senior Awards Night on June 5.
A total of 32 seniors from both Division Avenue High School and General Douglas MacArthur High School made their college commitments on May 29 to play their sport of choice at the collegiate level.
Third-graders at Lee Road Elementary School channeled famous figures from throughout history during their 2018 Third-Grade Wax Museum on May 31.
Fourth graders from East Broadway, in Mrs. Cavanaugh's class, are adopting a kangaroo!
Second-graders at Summit Lane Elementary School visited the Levittown History Museum at the Levittown Memorial Education Center on May 25 to uncover the history behind the town they live in.
Abbey Lane Elementary School students had the unique opportunity to learn circus skills during a week-long residency with Ray Grins and his wife Erin Grins from Cirque Du Jour from May 21-25.
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.
SkillsUSA members in Levittown Public Schools' Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center took home numerous medals in both the regional and New York State SkillsUSA competitions for their designated areas of study.
Miss Connor's first grade class just learned about matter! They learned all about solids, liquids, and gases.
Students and staff at Summit Lane Elementary School celebrated the end of their Hoops for Heart fundraiser on March 16 by honoring top student donors and sliming Principal Keith Squillacioti in the school gymnasium.
Students at Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center gathered for an evening of healthy competition during the school's annual student competition on Feb. 8 at the Levittown Memorial Education Center.