The Levittown Public Schools is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrea Ferrari, the new assistant director of elementary education.
The district kicked off its annual Summer Reading Extravaganza during the month of June.
Before the end of the school year, Lee Road Elementary School students and staff explored the careers of canine officers during an engaging presentation in the school gymnasium.
Levittown Public Schools held it's annual Board of Education reorganization meeting on July 1.
Division Avenue High School and General Douglas MacArthur High School were recently designated by the New York State Education Department as 2018-2019 Recognition Schools for high achievement and high progress during the 2017-2018 school year under New York State's Every Student Succeeds Act Plan.
Fifth graders across the Levittown Public Schools celebrated the end of their elementary school careers during their respective moving up ceremonies from June 18-25.
Students and staff throughout the district gave back during the month of June for Hair We Share, a Long Island-based organization that creates wigs for those suffering from medical hair loss.
It was a morning of celebration as more than 200 students from Division Avenue High School's Class of 2019 entered the David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Center at Hofstra University for the high school's 60th commencement ceremony on June 22.
Division Avenue High School senior Elaina Braverman is quite the accomplished young woman with an impressive resume to prove it.
Two hundred and seventy-two members of General Douglas MacArthur High School's Class of 2019 marked a milestone in their lives as they successfully completed their high school careers during MacArthur's 58th commencement ceremony on June 22.
Director of Physical Education, Health and Athletics J. Keith Snyder was honored with the Athletic Administrator Award for Chapter 8 of the New York State Athletic Administrators Association.
Nine Northside School Students and three parents participated in the "Hair We Share" program.
Students from the Northside School showed their spirit and unity when they took part in the 2019 Levittown-Island Trees Memorial Day Parade on May 27th.
The gymnasium at Jonas E. Salk Middle School was filled with proud families, central and building administrators, board members, staff and special guests for the school's annual eighth grade moving up ceremony on June 14.
Dressed in blue gowns, 254 Wisdom Lane Middle School eighth graders entered the school auditorium surrounded by loved ones, central and building administrators, board members and staff for Wisdom Lane's eighth grade moving up ceremony on June 17.
At its June 12 meeting, the Levittown Public Schools Board of Education and district administration honored the many successful artists and athletes across each of the district's schools.
Lee Road Elementary School third graders in Melanie Anderson's and Tina Vrachnas' classes recently hosted their 2019 Third Grade Wax Museum as a culmination of their biography project.
Fourth graders in Christine Pase and Michelle Matos' class at Summit Lane Elementary School honored the heroes in their lives with a special hero celebration on June 6.
MacArthur High School junior John Hanna recently earned the SHIELD Award given by Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas.
Fifth graders from East Broadway Elementary School recently participated in Dancing Classrooms Long Island's Nassau Spring Colors of the Rainbow Team Match.
The fifth grade students at Gardiners Avenue School experienced nature in the classroom!
Trees are wonderful, cool, epic, fantastic and even legendary!
One hundred and forty-one members of Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center's Class of 2019 received their diplomas during the school's commencement ceremony at Wisdom Lane Middle School on June 10.
Jonas E. Salk's Student Government hosted its first ever color run under the supervision of Mrs. Tuccillo, Mrs. Essex & Mr. Agovino.
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.
Several music ensembles from the district recently participated in the New York State School Music Association Majors Festival at Hofstra University where three ensembles took top spots in the competition.
Summit Lane's Kindergarten spent the morning of June 5th spreading good cheer to their families during their annual Kindergarten Celebration.
The rain did not keep Abbey Lane Elementary School students, staff and families away as the Abbey Lane Student Council hosted its first "Unplugged Night" to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation on May 30.
It was a blast from the past as seniors from Division Avenue High School and General Douglas MacArthur High School returned to their former elementary schools to walk the halls for one last time on May 30.
Several students from East Broadway Elementary School had their creative stories published in the book, "Spooky Sagas, New York Stories."
Wisdom Lane eighth graders in Carla Herbert's Studio Art A classes participated in the Memory Project, a non-profit organization that encourages young artists around the world to use their creativity and talents to create portraits to give as gifts to children facing challenges in the world.
Division Avenue High School junior Jacob Kahl, who is also enrolled in the electrical technology program at Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center, will compete at the 55th annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville, Kentucky from June 24-28.
The Abbey Lane Get A Voice Club members took part in a program called "Unity Murals."