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The Salk Wrestling Team has completed their 6th consecutive undefeated season.Salk Wrestling - 6 Years Undefeated
The Salk Wrestling Team has completed their 6th consecutive undefeated season.
Two seniors from the district were recognized as Senior Art Scholarship Award recipients during the Art Supervisors Association's annual All-County Art Exhibition at Farmingdale State College on March 10.Two Seniors Earn Art Scholarships
Two seniors from the district were recognized as Senior Art Scholarship Award recipients during the Art Supervisors Association's annual All-County Art Exhibition at Farmingdale State College on March 10.
Two seniors from the district were recognized as Senior Art Scholarship Award recipients during the Art Supervisors Association's annual All-County Art Exhibition at Farmingdale State College on March 10.Two Seniors Earn Art Scholarships
Two seniors from the district were recognized as Senior Art Scholarship Award recipients during the Art Supervisors Association's annual All-County Art Exhibition at Farmingdale State College on March 10.
Congratulations to Saajid Chowdhury for medaling at the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair Finals, which was held on March 14th (Pi Day) at the Crest Hollow Country Club.MacArthur Student Medals at LI Science and Engineering Fair
Congratulations to Saajid Chowdhury for medaling at the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair Finals, which was held on March 14th (Pi Day) at the Crest Hollow Country Club.
On Friday, March 15th, MacArthur Science Research freshmen participated in the Kathy Belton Science Fair at Molloy College. This is a competition specifically for 9th and 10th graders.MacArthur Freshmen Present at Kathy Belton Science Fair
On Friday, March 15th, MacArthur Science Research freshmen participated in the Kathy Belton Science Fair at Molloy College. This is a competition specifically for 9th and 10th graders.
Brandon Smith, a senior at Division Avenue High School, was recognized as a finalist in the 2019-2020 Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholarship Program.Senior Selected as Finalist in Scholarship Program
Brandon Smith, a senior at Division Avenue High School, was recognized as a finalist in the 2019-2020 Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholarship Program.
Members of Division Avenue High School's DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) chapter competed at the DECA State Career Conference in Rochester from March 6-8.DECA Students Compete at NYS Conference
Members of Division Avenue High School's DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) chapter competed at the DECA State Career Conference in Rochester from March 6-8.
It was an evening of recognition by the Levittown Public Schools' Board of Education and administration at its March 13 board meeting.An Evening of Excellence
It was an evening of recognition by the Levittown Public Schools' Board of Education and administration at its March 13 board meeting.
Are you brave like Sally Ride or creative like Mo Willems?  These second graders are!  The children from Mrs. Swint's class held a Red Carpet Event to celebrate becoming published authors!Abbey Lane Students Become Published Authors
Are you brave like Sally Ride or creative like Mo Willems? These second graders are! The children from Mrs. Swint's class held a Red Carpet Event to celebrate becoming published authors!
Ms. Furlong's class has been spending some time moving during math!  Through the hard work of one of our teachers, Gardiners received a grant for math mats.Math Mats
Ms. Furlong's class has been spending some time moving during math! Through the hard work of one of our teachers, Gardiners received a grant for math mats.
Computer Science Club is an introductory coding club. Students participating in the club are introduced to what coding is and provided real life examples of coding.Computer Science Club
Computer Science Club is an introductory coding club. Students participating in the club are introduced to what coding is and provided real life examples of coding.
Summit Lane Elementary School fourth-graders in Jennifer O'Brien's class recently celebrated Dr. Seuss's birthday, also known as Read Across America Day, with a full week of fun Seuss-inspired dress days.A Seussical Celebration at Summit Lane School
Summit Lane Elementary School fourth-graders in Jennifer O'Brien's class recently celebrated Dr. Seuss's birthday, also known as Read Across America Day, with a full week of fun Seuss-inspired dress days.
Wisdom Lane Middle School students immersed themselves in different cultures and traditions during World Language Week from March 4-8.A Week of Worldly Experiences
Wisdom Lane Middle School students immersed themselves in different cultures and traditions during World Language Week from March 4-8.
Lee Road Elementary School students invited guest readers into their classrooms on March 8 for Community DEAR (Drop Everything And Read) Time.Students and Community Take Pride in Reading
Lee Road Elementary School students invited guest readers into their classrooms on March 8 for Community DEAR (Drop Everything And Read) Time.
MacArthur High School math fair club members, freshman Ryan Castrillon and junior Zexaan "Clark" Zhang, showcased their research skills during the preliminary round of the Al Kalfus Long Island Math Fair on March 1MacArthur's Math Fair Club Sets Students Up For Success
MacArthur High School math fair club members, freshman Ryan Castrillon and junior Zexaan "Clark" Zhang, showcased their research skills during the preliminary round of the Al Kalfus Long Island Math Fair on March 1
The Peer Leadership Club at Northside School has twenty members from grades four and five.Peer Leaders At Northside
The Peer Leadership Club at Northside School has twenty members from grades four and five.
Mrs. Nikki Kessler, Art Teacher at Northside School, selected three students as "exceptional artists."Northside Students Selected As Exceptional Artists
Mrs. Nikki Kessler, Art Teacher at Northside School, selected three students as "exceptional artists."
On Saturday, March 9th, senior science research students: Isabella Coley, Hannah Kilmetis, Kayla King, Jessica Tolve, and Colin Wu took part in the 21st annual Nassau Community College Science Fair.MacArthur Science Research Students Attend Science Fair
On Saturday, March 9th, senior science research students: Isabella Coley, Hannah Kilmetis, Kayla King, Jessica Tolve, and Colin Wu took part in the 21st annual Nassau Community College Science Fair.
On Saturday, Feb. 2, MacArthur Science Olympiad teams participated in the Nassau East Regional Competition.MacArthur Students Participate in Science Olympiad
On Saturday, Feb. 2, MacArthur Science Olympiad teams participated in the Nassau East Regional Competition.
The students of Gardiners Avenue are extremely excited to be playing "The Survivor Islands" Game.The Survivor Islands Game at Gardiners Ave.
The students of Gardiners Avenue are extremely excited to be playing "The Survivor Islands" Game.
On Friday, March 1st, fifth grade students in Mrs. O'Connell's class celebrated Dr. Seuss's birthday and "Read Across America".Celebrating Dr. Seuss at Gardiners Ave.
On Friday, March 1st, fifth grade students in Mrs. O'Connell's class celebrated Dr. Seuss's birthday and "Read Across America".
Students in kindergarten, first and second grades at Northside School celebrated the 100th day of school with many activities to reinforce the numeral 100.Northside Students Celebrate the 100th Day of School
Students in kindergarten, first and second grades at Northside School celebrated the 100th day of school with many activities to reinforce the numeral 100.
Student council members at East Broadway Elementary School read Dr. Seuss books to students in grades K-2 on March 1 in honor of National Read Across America Day.East Broadway Students Celebrate Read Across America Day
Student council members at East Broadway Elementary School read Dr. Seuss books to students in grades K-2 on March 1 in honor of National Read Across America Day.
Shannon McCarthy, a string bass player at Northside School, and Laina Maggiulli, a violinist, were selected to play in the fifth grade orchestra at the 63rd annual concert of the Long Island String Festival.Northside Students Selected For Long Island String Festival
Shannon McCarthy, a string bass player at Northside School, and Laina Maggiulli, a violinist, were selected to play in the fifth grade orchestra at the 63rd annual concert of the Long Island String Festival.
Northside students in kindergarten through fifth grade learned about the conservation of energy when The National Theatre for Children presented a program sponsored by PSEGLI.Northside Students Learn About Energy Conservation
Northside students in kindergarten through fifth grade learned about the conservation of energy when The National Theatre for Children presented a program sponsored by PSEGLI.
Students at Northside School celebrated their 26th year of the PTA sponsored reading incentive program called PARP, an acronym for "Pick A Reading Partner."Northside Students Celebrate PARP
Students at Northside School celebrated their 26th year of the PTA sponsored reading incentive program called PARP, an acronym for "Pick A Reading Partner."
Members of the Summit Lane Elementary School Drama Club performed their musical production of Disney's "The Jungle Book KIDS" for students and family members on Feb. 27 and Feb. 28.Summit Lane Students Present "The Jungle Book KIDS"
Members of the Summit Lane Elementary School Drama Club performed their musical production of Disney's "The Jungle Book KIDS" for students and family members on Feb. 27 and Feb. 28.
On February 14th, General Douglas MacArthur High School's National Honor Society began its fundraising campaign for the YOLO Strong Foundation.MacArthur's NHS Supports YOLO
On February 14th, General Douglas MacArthur High School's National Honor Society began its fundraising campaign for the YOLO Strong Foundation.
February was a month rich with activity!  The kindergarten children were very busy completing many activities.Kindergartners Enjoy February at Gardiners Ave.
February was a month rich with activity! The kindergarten children were very busy completing many activities.
Samuel Tayor Coleridge said, "The happiness of life is made up of minute fractions- the little, soon forgotten charities of a kiss or a smile, a kind look or heartfelt compliment"'.All About Fractions
Samuel Tayor Coleridge said, "The happiness of life is made up of minute fractions- the little, soon forgotten charities of a kiss or a smile, a kind look or heartfelt compliment"'.
Our Theatre Club is attended by third, fourth, and fifth graders who love to perform.Theatre Club at Gardiners Ave.
Our Theatre Club is attended by third, fourth, and fifth graders who love to perform.
Mrs. Soriano's first grade class created their own pointillism finger painting!Pointillism Finger Painting at Gardiners Ave.
Mrs. Soriano's first grade class created their own pointillism finger painting!
Mrs. Cariddi's second grade class keeps the fun in learning.Math Manipulatives at Gardiners Ave.
Mrs. Cariddi's second grade class keeps the fun in learning.
Students at Wisdom Lane Middle School participated in a golf unit hosted by The First Tee of Nassau County during their physical education classes on Feb. 26.Students Learn Life Lessons Through Golf
Students at Wisdom Lane Middle School participated in a golf unit hosted by The First Tee of Nassau County during their physical education classes on Feb. 26.
The General Douglas MacArthur High School varsity cheerleading team came out victorious against their Division I small school competitors during the Nassau cheerleading championship at Hofstra University on Feb. 24.MacArthur Cheer Team Makes School History
The General Douglas MacArthur High School varsity cheerleading team came out victorious against their Division I small school competitors during the Nassau cheerleading championship at Hofstra University on Feb. 24.
Four students from the district are among 52 select spellers from Nassau and Suffolk counties who have qualified for the Long Island Regional Spelling Bee at St. Joseph's College on March 20.Four Exceptional Spellers Head to Regional Competition
Four students from the district are among 52 select spellers from Nassau and Suffolk counties who have qualified for the Long Island Regional Spelling Bee at St. Joseph's College on March 20.
The GC Tech Culinary Arts students alongside Chef Lauren Reganato and English teacher Kristina Cuomo bridged the gap between two disciplines of study.  An English research project was assigned to the senior culinary students.GC Tech English + Culinary Arts = Culinary Magic
The GC Tech Culinary Arts students alongside Chef Lauren Reganato and English teacher Kristina Cuomo bridged the gap between two disciplines of study. An English research project was assigned to the senior culinary students.
Mrs. Keane's second graders work very hard all week and are very deserving of some "Fun Friday" time!Making Math Fun at Gardiners Ave
Mrs. Keane's second graders work very hard all week and are very deserving of some "Fun Friday" time!
During the month of February, the students in Ms. Borst's class were busy preparing postcards for the curriculum fair.Tall Tales on a Postcard
During the month of February, the students in Ms. Borst's class were busy preparing postcards for the curriculum fair.
Division Avenue High School students in Jackie Donnellan's class participated in a creative U.S. history lesson on Feb. 25.DAHS Students Participate in Gallery Lesson
Division Avenue High School students in Jackie Donnellan's class participated in a creative U.S. history lesson on Feb. 25.
Science Olympiad teams from Jonas E. Salk Middle School and Wisdom Lane Middle School recently showcased their skills during the Western Long Island Division B Regionals at Wisdom Lane Middle School.Science Olympiad Teams Will Take Their Skills to States
Science Olympiad teams from Jonas E. Salk Middle School and Wisdom Lane Middle School recently showcased their skills during the Western Long Island Division B Regionals at Wisdom Lane Middle School.
Science Olympiad teams from Jonas E. Salk Middle School and Wisdom Lane Middle School recently showcased their skills during the Western Long Island Division B Regionals at Wisdom Lane Middle School.Science Olympiad Teams Will Take Their Skills to States
Science Olympiad teams from Jonas E. Salk Middle School and Wisdom Lane Middle School recently showcased their skills during the Western Long Island Division B Regionals at Wisdom Lane Middle School.
Senior Kimberly Mestizo from General Douglas MacArthur High School recently joined six former MacArthur High School students who have had their high school research published in a peer reviewed journal.Budding High School Scientist Gets Published
Senior Kimberly Mestizo from General Douglas MacArthur High School recently joined six former MacArthur High School students who have had their high school research published in a peer reviewed journal.
The varsity wrestling team at MacArthur High School recently finished their season at the Nassau County Wrestling Championships held at LIU Post.MacArthur Wrestler Heads to State Championships
The varsity wrestling team at MacArthur High School recently finished their season at the Nassau County Wrestling Championships held at LIU Post.
Gardiners Avenue Elementary School students recently celebrated the school's Pick A Reading Partner week with an array of special guests.Guest Readers Gather at Gardiners Avenue School
Gardiners Avenue Elementary School students recently celebrated the school's Pick A Reading Partner week with an array of special guests.
SkillsUSA members from Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center hosted the school's first carnival-themed Heads and Toes Valentine's Day fundraiser to give back to those in need on Feb. 14.SkillsUSA Members Host Fun-Filled Valentine's Day Fundraiser
SkillsUSA members from Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center hosted the school's first carnival-themed Heads and Toes Valentine's Day fundraiser to give back to those in need on Feb. 14.
Students at Division Avenue High School recently engaged in an Islanders Floorball unit with the help of the New York Islanders hockey team.Students Practice Skills with the Support of the NY Islanders
Students at Division Avenue High School recently engaged in an Islanders Floorball unit with the help of the New York Islanders hockey team.
Jonas E. Salk Middle School English as a New Language students celebrated International Day by sharing their country of origin in the school library with their peers on Feb. 15.Salk Students Travel Around the World
Jonas E. Salk Middle School English as a New Language students celebrated International Day by sharing their country of origin in the school library with their peers on Feb. 15.
Third-graders at Gardiners Avenue Elementary School in John Bencivenga's class learned about American signs and symbols with a virtual trip to the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C. on Feb. 11.Students Visit Art Museum with the Help of Technology
Third-graders at Gardiners Avenue Elementary School in John Bencivenga's class learned about American signs and symbols with a virtual trip to the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C. on Feb. 11.
Elementary school students throughout the district recently celebrated the 100th day of school in creative ways.100 Days Smarter in Levittown
Elementary school students throughout the district recently celebrated the 100th day of school in creative ways.
Abbey Lane Elementary School first-graders in Claudia Connor's and Jessica Kaufman's classes and fifth-graders in Richard Schwartz's and Eugenia Seo's classes presented their collaborative biography projects to family members on Feb. 15.Building Knowledge and Friendship with Biography Project
Abbey Lane Elementary School first-graders in Claudia Connor's and Jessica Kaufman's classes and fifth-graders in Richard Schwartz's and Eugenia Seo's classes presented their collaborative biography projects to family members on Feb. 15.
First graders in Mrs. Merkle's class at Northside School learned about Chinese New Year on February 5, 2019.Northside Students Learn About the Chinese New Year
First graders in Mrs. Merkle's class at Northside School learned about Chinese New Year on February 5, 2019.
The Student Council at Northside School sponsored its annual "Souper Bowl of Caring" that benefits the Wisdom Lane Food Pantry.Northside Student Council Sponsored Annual "Souper Bowl of Caring"
The Student Council at Northside School sponsored its annual "Souper Bowl of Caring" that benefits the Wisdom Lane Food Pantry.
Northside School PTA presented a "Story Faces" assembly program to students in kindergarten through fifth grade.Northside School PTA Presented "Story Faces"
Northside School PTA presented a "Story Faces" assembly program to students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
The boys and girls in Mr. San Filippo's class at Gardiners Ave are fine tuning their Bowling skills.Bowling at Gardiners Avenue
The boys and girls in Mr. San Filippo's class at Gardiners Ave are fine tuning their Bowling skills.
Lindsey Barr and Priya Dubey, freshmen in the MacArthur Science Research Program, represented MacArthur at the Long Island Brain Bee.MacArthur Freshmen Attend LI Brain Bee
Lindsey Barr and Priya Dubey, freshmen in the MacArthur Science Research Program, represented MacArthur at the Long Island Brain Bee.
MacArthur High School has been keeping the S.T.E.A.M. (Science , Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) going!MacArthur S.T.E.A.M - ing Ahead
MacArthur High School has been keeping the S.T.E.A.M. (Science , Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) going!
MacArthur High School students, under the direction of Dr. David Friedman and Matthew Zausin, took part in the Charles Duggan Long Island Science and Engineering Fair, on February 6th, at the Crest Hollow Country Club.MacArthur Students Present at LI Science and Engineering Fair
MacArthur High School students, under the direction of Dr. David Friedman and Matthew Zausin, took part in the Charles Duggan Long Island Science and Engineering Fair, on February 6th, at the Crest Hollow Country Club.
Students throughout East Broadway Elementary School celebrated P.S. I Love You Day with a heart craft on Feb. 8.East Broadway Students Spread Kindness for P.S. I Love You Day
Students throughout East Broadway Elementary School celebrated P.S. I Love You Day with a heart craft on Feb. 8.
Coach Steve Kissane, legendary Division Avenue High School Girls Varsity Basketball coach enjoyed his last home game on Friday, Feb. 8th.Legendary Coach Honored at His Last Game
Coach Steve Kissane, legendary Division Avenue High School Girls Varsity Basketball coach enjoyed his last home game on Friday, Feb. 8th.
Division Avenue High School hosted the Nassau East Regional Science Olympiad Tournament on Feb. 2, where Science Olympiad teams from Division and MacArthur competed with more than 600 students throughout Nassau County.Science Olympiad Students Make Strides at Tournament
Division Avenue High School hosted the Nassau East Regional Science Olympiad Tournament on Feb. 2, where Science Olympiad teams from Division and MacArthur competed with more than 600 students throughout Nassau County.
The Levittown community learned more about what is being done at the elementary level for social-emotional learning during the district's regular Board of Education meeting on Feb. 6.Abbey Lane Students Share SEL Programs with BOE
The Levittown community learned more about what is being done at the elementary level for social-emotional learning during the district's regular Board of Education meeting on Feb. 6.
This month, the second grade worked on many different things.  In Math, we continued to 
learn many different strategies to subtract numbers.Math and Science Skills in Second Grade
This month, the second grade worked on many different things. In Math, we continued to 
learn many different strategies to subtract numbers.
Administrators, staff and families filled the gymnasium of Levittown Memorial Education Center as Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center students put their skills to test for the school's annual student competition on Feb. 7.An Evening of Healthy Competition at GC Tech
Administrators, staff and families filled the gymnasium of Levittown Memorial Education Center as Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center students put their skills to test for the school's annual student competition on Feb. 7.
The Salk Connections Club, advised by Mrs. Papach, went on their fifth annual trip to The Arbors in Westbury.The Salk Connections Club Visits The Arbors
The Salk Connections Club, advised by Mrs. Papach, went on their fifth annual trip to The Arbors in Westbury.
Division Avenue High School senior Madison Gillis achieved her goal by breaking the school's basketball record on Feb. 1 during the girls varsity basketball game against Roslyn High School.Division Avenue Student-Athlete Shatters School Record
Division Avenue High School senior Madison Gillis achieved her goal by breaking the school's basketball record on Feb. 1 during the girls varsity basketball game against Roslyn High School.
Math teacher Joanna Sanford from General Douglas MacArthur High School proudly showcased her nontraditional classroom setup to a special visitor, her former fourth grade teacher, Theresa Travers, on Feb. 5.The Student Becomes the Teacher
Math teacher Joanna Sanford from General Douglas MacArthur High School proudly showcased her nontraditional classroom setup to a special visitor, her former fourth grade teacher, Theresa Travers, on Feb. 5.
Wisdom Lane Middle School sixth-graders recently reviewed their unit on the states of matter by watching sublimation, or a solid turning to gas, take place in their classroom.Students Put Their Minds to Matter
Wisdom Lane Middle School sixth-graders recently reviewed their unit on the states of matter by watching sublimation, or a solid turning to gas, take place in their classroom.
It was a touching moment at Division Avenue High School as Air Force Technical Sergeant Kelvin Rodriguez surprised his son, freshman Amani Rodriguez, after returning home from a 7-month deployment on Feb. 5Air Force Father Reunites with Son at Division Avenue High School
It was a touching moment at Division Avenue High School as Air Force Technical Sergeant Kelvin Rodriguez surprised his son, freshman Amani Rodriguez, after returning home from a 7-month deployment on Feb. 5
The Wisdom Lane Middle School community gathered together to support a beloved former Wisdom Lane teacher, Rosemary Daly and her recent cancer battle on Feb. 1.Volleying for a Cause at Wisdom Lane
The Wisdom Lane Middle School community gathered together to support a beloved former Wisdom Lane teacher, Rosemary Daly and her recent cancer battle on Feb. 1.
Lee Road Elementary School students recently showed their appreciation by creating Valentine's Day cards for local veterans.Lee Road Students Spread Love to Local Veterans
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!Lee Road Students Recognized as Terrific Kids
Congratulations to the 11 fourth- and fifth-grade students at Lee Road Elementary School who were recognized as Terrific Kids on Feb. 5!
Six student-athletes from Division Avenue High School recently participated in the 16th annual Student Athletes as School Leaders Conference at Hofstra University.Student-Athletes Attend Leadership Conference
Six student-athletes from Division Avenue High School recently participated in the 16th annual Student Athletes as School Leaders Conference at Hofstra University.
Dream catchers - When the weather gets bad. Mrs. Grams class gets to crafting! The class decides on a craft to do together during indoor recess and this month it was a dream catcher.Dream Catchers at Gardiners Ave.
Dream catchers - When the weather gets bad. Mrs. Grams class gets to crafting! The class decides on a craft to do together during indoor recess and this month it was a dream catcher.
Fourth-graders in Kathleen Ulmschneider, Dana Dunleavy and Dawn Petrillo's class at Gardiners Avenue Elementary School participated in a unique video conference program, "Around the State of New York in 60 Minutes" .Students Use Distance Learning to Explore New York State
Fourth-graders in Kathleen Ulmschneider, Dana Dunleavy and Dawn Petrillo's class at Gardiners Avenue Elementary School participated in a unique video conference program, "Around the State of New York in 60 Minutes" .
As part of their Pick A Reading Partner program, students at Abbey Lane Elementary School heard from children's book author Brian Heinz on Jan. 28.Abbey Lane Students Celebrate PARP with Children's Author
As part of their Pick A Reading Partner program, students at Abbey Lane Elementary School heard from children's book author Brian Heinz on Jan. 28.
Who doesn't love getting cozy with a book by the fire?!  Mrs. Donnelly's class spent an afternoon (in their pajamas!) reading their favorite books by the glow of the "firelight".Reading Books in Your Pajamas
Who doesn't love getting cozy with a book by the fire?! Mrs. Donnelly's class spent an afternoon (in their pajamas!) reading their favorite books by the glow of the "firelight".
Fourth grade students at Gardiners Avenue are using interactive Smart Board games, such as Jeopardy, to reinforce mathematics concepts.Math Jeopardy at Gardiners Ave.
Fourth grade students at Gardiners Avenue are using interactive Smart Board games, such as Jeopardy, to reinforce mathematics concepts.
Mrs. Donnelly's first graders went to visit science research teacher Dr. Friedman at MacArthur High School.Gardiners First Graders Learn About Insects
Mrs. Donnelly's first graders went to visit science research teacher Dr. Friedman at MacArthur High School.
Mrs. Suriano's class has been studying seahorses as an extension of the Journeys' story, "At Home in the Ocean".Seahorse Studies at Gardiners
Mrs. Suriano's class has been studying seahorses as an extension of the Journeys' story, "At Home in the Ocean".
During the month of January, the kindergarten students at Gardiners Avenue School completed a STEAM project related to the story, The Three Billy Goats Gruff.Billy Goats Gruff at Gardiners
During the month of January, the kindergarten students at Gardiners Avenue School completed a STEAM project related to the story, The Three Billy Goats Gruff.
Students in Ms. D'Aquila's fourth grade class participated in a research project, which focused on various, diverse holidays celebrated around the world.Holidays Around the World at Gardiners Ave.
Students in Ms. D'Aquila's fourth grade class participated in a research project, which focused on various, diverse holidays celebrated around the world.
Gardiners Avenue Elementary School held their Terrific Kids Ceremony on Friday January 18, 2018. The 4th and 5th grade students who received the Terrific Kids Award were selected by their individual classroom teachers.Gardiners' Terrific Kids
Gardiners Avenue Elementary School held their Terrific Kids Ceremony on Friday January 18, 2018. The 4th and 5th grade students who received the Terrific Kids Award were selected by their individual classroom teachers.
Congratulations to Komal Wasim, a MacArthur science research senior, who was named as a semifinalist in the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium competition.MacArthur's Komal Wasim is a Semifinalist
Congratulations to Komal Wasim, a MacArthur science research senior, who was named as a semifinalist in the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium competition.
The MacArthur select Chamber Ensemble, under the direction of Mrs. Iris Bastone, had the pleasure of performing for elementary students and staff at Lee Road and East Broadway Elementary schools just before the holiday break.MacArthur Makes Musical Merriment for Elementary Students
The MacArthur select Chamber Ensemble, under the direction of Mrs. Iris Bastone, had the pleasure of performing for elementary students and staff at Lee Road and East Broadway Elementary schools just before the holiday break.
GC Tech's Annual Competition will be held in the gym of Levittown Memorial Education Center on Thursday, February 7th at 6PM. The entire Levittown community and our extended GC Tech families from across the Long Island region are all welcome to attend this magnificent event.GC Tech's Annual Competition
GC Tech's Annual Competition will be held in the gym of Levittown Memorial Education Center on Thursday, February 7th at 6PM. The entire Levittown community and our extended GC Tech families from across the Long Island region are all welcome to attend this magnificent event.
The Division Avenue High School Science Olympiad team competed at the annual Science Olympiad Division C Invitational Tournament at Yale University on Jan. 26 and took home numerous awards.Science Olympiad Team Continues to Make Its Mark
The Division Avenue High School Science Olympiad team competed at the annual Science Olympiad Division C Invitational Tournament at Yale University on Jan. 26 and took home numerous awards.
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 Turns Music into Meals
In conjunction with Lee Road Elementary School's Community Service Committee, Lee Road musicians performed their winter concert for a cause on Jan. 22.
Gardiners Avenue Elementary School fifth-graders in Nicole Corron's class recently learned about what it means to be mindful.Gardiners Avenue Students Tap into Mindfulness
Gardiners Avenue Elementary School fifth-graders in Nicole Corron's class recently learned about what it means to be mindful.
Thirty East Broadway Elementary School fourth- and fifth-graders are practicing their problem solving and sportsmanship skills each week with the help of the after-school East Broadway Chess Club.East Broadway Students Take on the World of Chess
Thirty East Broadway Elementary School fourth- and fifth-graders are practicing their problem solving and sportsmanship skills each week with the help of the after-school East Broadway Chess Club.
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.Kindergartners Embrace STEAM with Snowflake Activity
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.
Northside School held its fourth annual Spelling Bee on January 10, 2019.  It was facilitated by 5th grade teacher, Mr. Kevin Vilbig, and attended by parents, teachers, and all fourth and fifth grade students.Northside Holds Fourth Annual Spelling Bee
Northside School held its fourth annual Spelling Bee on January 10, 2019. It was facilitated by 5th grade teacher, Mr. Kevin Vilbig, and attended by parents, teachers, and all fourth and fifth grade students.
Families, students, board members and central and building administrators gathered at Levittown Memorial Education Center for an evening of delicious food and fun during Levittown's Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center's SkillsUSA Fundraiser Dinner.SkillsUSA Brings Community Together with Annual Dinner
Families, students, board members and central and building administrators gathered at Levittown Memorial Education Center for an evening of delicious food and fun during Levittown's Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center's SkillsUSA Fundraiser Dinner.
James Pizaro, a senior at Division Avenue High School, was honored by the Boys Scouts of America as an Eagle Scout during his Eagle Scout Court of Honor on Jan. 8.Division Avenue Senior Earns Prestigious Eagle Scout Distinction
James Pizaro, a senior at Division Avenue High School, was honored by the Boys Scouts of America as an Eagle Scout during his Eagle Scout Court of Honor on Jan. 8.
On Saturday, December 8th GC Tech's Police Science classes had the opportunity to visit the Police Youth Academy in Massapequa.GC Tech's Police Science Class Visits the Police Youth Academy
On Saturday, December 8th GC Tech's Police Science classes had the opportunity to visit the Police Youth Academy in Massapequa.
First grade teacher Claudia Connor from Abbey Lane Elementary School was recognized as "Teacher of the Month" during November on Long Island's K 98.3.Abbey Lane Teacher Honored as "Teacher of the Month"
First grade teacher Claudia Connor from Abbey Lane Elementary School was recognized as "Teacher of the Month" during November on Long Island's K 98.3.
Division Avenue High School's Science Olympiad team, advised by Gerard Marzigliano, traveled to Conestoga High School in Berwyn, Pennsylvania to compete at the Battle at Valley Forge C-Division Invitational on Jan. 12.Science Olympiad Team Medals in Out-of-State Tournament
Division Avenue High School's Science Olympiad team, advised by Gerard Marzigliano, traveled to Conestoga High School in Berwyn, Pennsylvania to compete at the Battle at Valley Forge C-Division Invitational on Jan. 12.
Mrs. Minogue's kindergarten students set out to design a table made out of construction paper. Our goal was to build a table made out of paper that was strong enough to hold a book.Kindergartners Build a Table
Mrs. Minogue's kindergarten students set out to design a table made out of construction paper. Our goal was to build a table made out of paper that was strong enough to hold a book.
Members of the General Douglas MacArthur High School acapella group, MacApella, along with the school's guitar ensemble and six select chamber choir students from Jonas E. Salk Middle School, entertained students at the Hagedorn Little Village School.Levittown Students Spread Holiday Cheer
Members of the General Douglas MacArthur High School acapella group, MacApella, along with the school's guitar ensemble and six select chamber choir students from Jonas E. Salk Middle School, entertained students at the Hagedorn Little Village School.
Members of the General Douglas MacArthur High School acapella group, MacApella, along with the school's guitar ensemble and six select chamber choir students from Jonas E. Salk Middle School, entertained students at the Hagedorn Little Village School.Levittown Students Spread Holiday Cheer
Members of the General Douglas MacArthur High School acapella group, MacApella, along with the school's guitar ensemble and six select chamber choir students from Jonas E. Salk Middle School, entertained students at the Hagedorn Little Village School.
Student council members at Summit Lane Elementary School promoted facilitated a toy drive to support the John Theissen Children's Foundation, a Silly Sweater Contest to raise money for the Kids for Kids Fund at Summit Lane School and a 10 Days of Kindness challenge.Student Council Kicks Up Kindness
Student council members at Summit Lane Elementary School promoted facilitated a toy drive to support the John Theissen Children's Foundation, a Silly Sweater Contest to raise money for the Kids for Kids Fund at Summit Lane School and a 10 Days of Kindness challenge.
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.Lee Road Students Give Back to the Community
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.
Board Approves Reporting of Appointed Officials
Pursuant to Section 315.4 of the regulations of the NYCRR (New York Codes, Rules and Regulations), the Levittown Public Schools hereby establishes the following as Standard Work Days for appointed officials...
As part of their unit on crayfish, fifth-graders at Summit Lane Elementary School recently worked together to observe live crayfish in their classrooms.Crayfish Experts at Summit Lane School
As part of their unit on crayfish, fifth-graders at Summit Lane Elementary School recently worked together to observe live crayfish in their classrooms.
Science Olympiad students from Jonas E. Salk Middle School and Wisdom Lane Middle School prepared for their upcoming Science Olympiad regional competition by participating in a hands-on scrimmage event on Jan. 9Science Olympiad Students Get Ready for Competition
Science Olympiad students from Jonas E. Salk Middle School and Wisdom Lane Middle School prepared for their upcoming Science Olympiad regional competition by participating in a hands-on scrimmage event on Jan. 9
Science Olympiad students from Jonas E. Salk Middle School and Wisdom Lane Middle School prepared for their upcoming Science Olympiad regional competition by participating in a hands-on scrimmage event on Jan. 9Science Olympiad Students Get Ready for Competition
Science Olympiad students from Jonas E. Salk Middle School and Wisdom Lane Middle School prepared for their upcoming Science Olympiad regional competition by participating in a hands-on scrimmage event on Jan. 9
Members of the Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) chapter participated in the Nassau County Regional Competition where fourteen Division Avenue students qualified to compete at the New York State Conference in Rochester in March.Fourteen DECA Students Qualify for States
Members of the Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) chapter participated in the Nassau County Regional Competition where fourteen Division Avenue students qualified to compete at the New York State Conference in Rochester in March.
On Tuesday, December 18, 2018, Division Avenue High School hosted their Winter Captain's breakfast.Division Avenue Honors their Winter Captains
On Tuesday, December 18, 2018, Division Avenue High School hosted their Winter Captain's breakfast.
At its Jan. 9 meeting, the Levittown Public Schools Board of Education received a special presentation from students and staff representing both Division Avenue and MacArthur High Schools.District Pilots New Classroom Designs, Honors Award Winner
At its Jan. 9 meeting, the Levittown Public Schools Board of Education received a special presentation from students and staff representing both Division Avenue and MacArthur High Schools.
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 Lands New Principal
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.
Madison Gillis, a senior on the Division Avenue High School girls basketball team, made school history during a home game against Roosevelt High School on Jan. 5, as the second student to ever score 1,000 points in her high school basketball career.Division Avenue Senior Reaches 1,000th Point Milestone
Madison Gillis, a senior on the Division Avenue High School girls basketball team, made school history during a home game against Roosevelt High School on Jan. 5, as the second student to ever score 1,000 points in her high school basketball career.
Two seniors from Division Avenue High School and two seniors from General Douglas MacArthur High School were selected as semifinalists in the 2019 Coca-Cola Scholars Program.Four Levittown Seniors Selected as Semifinalists
Two seniors from Division Avenue High School and two seniors from General Douglas MacArthur High School were selected as semifinalists in the 2019 Coca-Cola Scholars Program.
Members of the Division Avenue Business Honor Society, under the guidance of advisor Alice LoGiudice, sponsored a Toys for Tots campaign last month, collecting new, unwrapped toys in conjunction with the United States Marine Corps.Business Honor Society Students Collect Toys for Those in Need
Members of the Division Avenue Business Honor Society, under the guidance of advisor Alice LoGiudice, sponsored a Toys for Tots campaign last month, collecting new, unwrapped toys in conjunction with the United States Marine Corps.
Salk Middle School recently held its second Holiday Jamboree.  Students were able to participate in holiday and winter themed games, activities, and gift making.Salk Raises $2,400 for the Make A Wish Foundation
Salk Middle School recently held its second Holiday Jamboree. Students were able to participate in holiday and winter themed games, activities, and gift making.
Throughout the month of December, the General Douglas MacArthur High School Winter Wind Ensemble continued its long-standing tradition of holiday concerts in and around the Levittown community.MacArthur's Winter Wind Ensemble Gives the Gift of Music
Throughout the month of December, the General Douglas MacArthur High School Winter Wind Ensemble continued its long-standing tradition of holiday concerts in and around the Levittown community.
Seventy-two of General Douglas MacArthur High School's top seniors were recognized for their exceptional academic accomplishments during the school's annual Generals Breakfast on Jan. 4.High Achieving Seniors Honored at MacArthur High School
Seventy-two of General Douglas MacArthur High School's top seniors were recognized for their exceptional academic accomplishments during the school's annual Generals Breakfast on Jan. 4.
Northside School students from kindergarten through grade five were privileged to participate in the "National Circus Project," sponsored by the PTA.Northside Students Participate in the "National Circus Project"
Northside School students from kindergarten through grade five were privileged to participate in the "National Circus Project," sponsored by the PTA.
First graders in Mrs. Farley and Mrs. Penna's class are jumping for joy while learning their math facts!Math and Movement at Gardiners Avenue
First graders in Mrs. Farley and Mrs. Penna's class are jumping for joy while learning their math facts!
Seven music students from Northside School were selected to perform at Nassau Music Educators Association's All-County Music festival.Northside Students Selected to Perform at All-County Festival
Seven music students from Northside School were selected to perform at Nassau Music Educators Association's All-County Music festival.
Surrounded by proud coaches and families, seniors Colin Diez, Madyson Nuzzi and Daniella Roselli from Division Avenue High School signed their National Letter of Intent to play their sport of choice at their desired educational institutions.Student-Athletes Set Their Sights on College
Surrounded by proud coaches and families, seniors Colin Diez, Madyson Nuzzi and Daniella Roselli from Division Avenue High School signed their National Letter of Intent to play their sport of choice at their desired educational institutions.
Rosita Bohorquez, a junior at General Douglas MacArthur High School was recently selected as the grade 11 winner in the Shanti Fund Peace Art Calendar contest.MacArthur Student Wins Shanti Fund Calendar Contest
Rosita Bohorquez, a junior at General Douglas MacArthur High School was recently selected as the grade 11 winner in the Shanti Fund Peace Art Calendar contest.
Students, staff and administrators at Jonas E. Salk Middle School and General Douglas MacArthur High School gathered together to collect toys this holiday season for children being treated at Columbia Presbyterian Children's Hospital and their siblings.School Community Collects Toys in Honor of Late Student
Students, staff and administrators at Jonas E. Salk Middle School and General Douglas MacArthur High School gathered together to collect toys this holiday season for children being treated at Columbia Presbyterian Children's Hospital and their siblings.
Northside Elementary School students in grades K-5 perfected their own circus acts with the help of the hands-on program, the National Circus Project from Dec. 10-14.Northside Students Learn Circus Skills
Northside Elementary School students in grades K-5 perfected their own circus acts with the help of the hands-on program, the National Circus Project from Dec. 10-14.
Cosmetology students enrolled at Levittown's GC Tech Center received a closer look into furthering their education and pursuing a career in the beauty industry.Cosmetology Students Learn Tips and Tricks from Beauty Professionals
Cosmetology students enrolled at Levittown's GC Tech Center received a closer look into furthering their education and pursuing a career in the beauty industry.
Approximately 40 Jonas E. Salk Middle School students from Michele Witte's seventh- and eighth-grade classes recently participated in the Tyler's Teddies movement, raising approximately $300 for Kids In Danger, a nonprofit organization dedicated to child consumer safety products.A Teddy Towards Kindness at Salk
Approximately 40 Jonas E. Salk Middle School students from Michele Witte's seventh- and eighth-grade classes recently participated in the Tyler's Teddies movement, raising approximately $300 for Kids In Danger, a nonprofit organization dedicated to child consumer safety products.
Fifth-graders throughout the district received a visit from best-selling author Chris Grabenstein.Students Open Their Minds to Storytelling with Best-Selling Author
Fifth-graders throughout the district received a visit from best-selling author Chris Grabenstein.
East Broadway Elementary School students, staff and administrators engaged in a friendly competition of holiday hallway decorating prior to winter break.'Tis the Season for Hallway Decorating
East Broadway Elementary School students, staff and administrators engaged in a friendly competition of holiday hallway decorating prior to winter break.
Administrators, board of education members, students, staff and families once again showed their generosity as they wrapped and filled tables with gifts for 220 individuals in the large board room of Levittown Memorial Education Center on Dec. 17.District Gives Back This Holiday Season
Administrators, board of education members, students, staff and families once again showed their generosity as they wrapped and filled tables with gifts for 220 individuals in the large board room of Levittown Memorial Education Center on Dec. 17.
At its Dec. 12 meeting of the board of education, the Levittown Public Schools honored the district's four Coca-Cola Scholars Program Semifinalists.December Recognitions for Levittown BOE
At its Dec. 12 meeting of the board of education, the Levittown Public Schools honored the district's four Coca-Cola Scholars Program Semifinalists.
Levittown School District is one of five districts on Long Island that is piloting a special program produced by Lumigo introducing "Virtual Reality" to the students.Northside Pilots Virtual Reality Program
Levittown School District is one of five districts on Long Island that is piloting a special program produced by Lumigo introducing "Virtual Reality" to the students.
Third graders at Gardiners Ave have spent the last month learning about forces and interactions.Third Graders Create an Electromagnet
Third graders at Gardiners Ave have spent the last month learning about forces and interactions.
Holiday time and the approaching New Year always evoke excitement and wonder amongst our students.Holiday Time Reading at Gardiners Ave.
Holiday time and the approaching New Year always evoke excitement and wonder amongst our students.
Approximately 20 fifth-graders in the Gardiners Avenue School Robotics Club started their morning by collaborating, building and coding robots on Dec. 11.Students Show Their Enthusiasm for Robotics
Approximately 20 fifth-graders in the Gardiners Avenue School Robotics Club started their morning by collaborating, building and coding robots on Dec. 11.
Seniors Madison Gillis and Thomas Heslin from Division Avenue High School and seniors Dylan Loades and Annie Zielinski from General Douglas MacArthur High School were recently honored with the 2018-2019 Outstanding Physical Education Student of the Year Award.Seniors Earn Nassau Zone Awards
Seniors Madison Gillis and Thomas Heslin from Division Avenue High School and seniors Dylan Loades and Annie Zielinski from General Douglas MacArthur High School were recently honored with the 2018-2019 Outstanding Physical Education Student of the Year Award.
GC Tech's largest club, Skills USA, held a Color for Care fundraiser for Golisano's Children's Hospital.Skills USA Rally's GC Tech Students for Golisano's Children's Hospital
GC Tech's largest club, Skills USA, held a Color for Care fundraiser for Golisano's Children's Hospital.
Attention Parents Of 4-Year-Olds: Universal Pre-K Interest Form
Parents who have a child/children residing in the Levittown School District and have attained the age of four years on or before December 1, 2017 are invited to apply for admission, on behalf of their child, to the Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program during the 2017-18 school year.
Mr. Centonze, Mrs. Dunleavy, and Mrs. Geiger's 5th grade class enjoyed creating and sharing "Chunky Comics" based on an excerpt from the story "Lunch Money" by Andrew Clements.Chunky Comics
Mr. Centonze, Mrs. Dunleavy, and Mrs. Geiger's 5th grade class enjoyed creating and sharing "Chunky Comics" based on an excerpt from the story "Lunch Money" by Andrew Clements.
During the month of December, our fourth grade students answered questions to historical documents and used the documents to write a Document-Based Essay (DBQ) about Native Americans.Native American Essays
During the month of December, our fourth grade students answered questions to historical documents and used the documents to write a Document-Based Essay (DBQ) about Native Americans.
Top high school fall athletes from across the district were recognized by the Board of Education and administration during the Dec. 12 public meeting held at Levittown Memorial Education Center.Exceptional Student Athletes Honored
Top high school fall athletes from across the district were recognized by the Board of Education and administration during the Dec. 12 public meeting held at Levittown Memorial Education Center.
Top high school fall athletes from across the district were recognized by the Board of Education and administration during the Dec. 12 public meeting held at Levittown Memorial Education Center.Exceptional Student Athletes Honored
Top high school fall athletes from across the district were recognized by the Board of Education and administration during the Dec. 12 public meeting held at Levittown Memorial Education Center.
The fifth grade students dove into their new Phenomenon based learning with their Science unit on Matter this month. .Fifth Grade Scientists at Gardiners
The fifth grade students dove into their new Phenomenon based learning with their Science unit on Matter this month. .
GC Tech cosmetology alumna Amanda Schifflin  returned to her "roots" - this time as a professional consultant presenting to both cosmetology senior classes on November 19th.GC Tech Alumni Returns to Demonstrate and Educate
GC Tech cosmetology alumna Amanda Schifflin returned to her "roots" - this time as a professional consultant presenting to both cosmetology senior classes on November 19th.
The Northside Instrumental Ensemble, shared their gifts of music with the Levittown Community when they performed at the Holiday Tree Lighting at Veteran's Memorial Park.Northside Ensemble Performs at Holiday Tree Lighting
The Northside Instrumental Ensemble, shared their gifts of music with the Levittown Community when they performed at the Holiday Tree Lighting at Veteran's Memorial Park.
Students at Northside School, parents, and staff participated in its 27th year of the annual "Toys for Children" Holiday Drive organized by John Theissen and coordinated with the PTA.Northside Participates in Annual "Toys For Children" Holiday Drive
Students at Northside School, parents, and staff participated in its 27th year of the annual "Toys for Children" Holiday Drive organized by John Theissen and coordinated with the PTA.
Fourth graders in Mrs. Libby, Mrs. Marissa Shapiro, and Mrs. Geri Butler's class at Northside School were given a special treat when they participated in a very unique and exciting "Book Tasting" event cooked up by their teachers.Northside Book "Tasting" Event
Fourth graders in Mrs. Libby, Mrs. Marissa Shapiro, and Mrs. Geri Butler's class at Northside School were given a special treat when they participated in a very unique and exciting "Book Tasting" event cooked up by their teachers.
5 Summit Lane 4th graders  have  been  selected  to  participate  in  the 2018  All  County  PEAK  Music  Festival,  sponsored  by  the  Nassau  County  Music  Educators Association  (NMEA).Summit Lane Performs at P.E.A.K.
5 Summit Lane 4th graders have been selected to participate in the 2018 All County PEAK Music Festival, sponsored by the Nassau County Music Educators Association (NMEA).
Andrew Smith, a sophomore at Division Avenue High School, showcased his impressive teaching abilities in Nicole Negron's Global History 2 class.Student Transforms into History Teacher
Andrew Smith, a sophomore at Division Avenue High School, showcased his impressive teaching abilities in Nicole Negron's Global History 2 class.
The auditorium of General Douglas MacArthur High School was transformed into 1890 New York City as the Generals opened the curtains to its musical production of "Hello, Dolly!"MacArthur High School Dazzles in "Hello, Dolly!"
The auditorium of General Douglas MacArthur High School was transformed into 1890 New York City as the Generals opened the curtains to its musical production of "Hello, Dolly!"
On Wednesday, December 5th, Tammy Mayer and Nicole Savage attended the Susan G. Komen of Greater New York Thank-a-Thon.Susan G. Komen Awards MacArthur as a Top Fundraiser
On Wednesday, December 5th, Tammy Mayer and Nicole Savage attended the Susan G. Komen of Greater New York Thank-a-Thon.
MacArthur Science Olympiads competed in the Long Island Science Olympiad Invitational at Kellenberg High School.MacArthur Science Olympiads Head to Regionals
MacArthur Science Olympiads competed in the Long Island Science Olympiad Invitational at Kellenberg High School.
Three high school students from the district recently performed at the New York State School Music Association All-State Conference in Rochester, New York.Student-Musicians Shine at All-State
Three high school students from the district recently performed at the New York State School Music Association All-State Conference in Rochester, New York.
On Nov. 19, seniors from the Division Avenue High School National Honor Society had the opportunity to teach Summit Lane Elementary School students about the importance of economics.Division Avenue Students Spend the Day Teaching at Summit Lane
On Nov. 19, seniors from the Division Avenue High School National Honor Society had the opportunity to teach Summit Lane Elementary School students about the importance of economics.
Levittown United Teachers Union received a donation of 11,000 books from New York State.GC Tech National Technical Honor Society Teams Up With Levittown United Teachers Union for a Massive Book Drive
Levittown United Teachers Union received a donation of 11,000 books from New York State.
The district is pleased to announce that sophomores Natalie Chua and Danielle Tear from Division Avenue High School and Nick Bonavita and Emily Zhang from General Douglas MacArthur High School have recently been selected to represent the district at the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Seminar.Student Leaders Selected for Seminar
The district is pleased to announce that sophomores Natalie Chua and Danielle Tear from Division Avenue High School and Nick Bonavita and Emily Zhang from General Douglas MacArthur High School have recently been selected to represent the district at the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Seminar.
Seniors enrolled in Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Education Center heard from admission representatives from various institutes and colleges on Nov. 28 and Nov. 30 as part of GC Tech's college days.GC Tech Seniors Make Post-Grad Plans
Seniors enrolled in Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Education Center heard from admission representatives from various institutes and colleges on Nov. 28 and Nov. 30 as part of GC Tech's college days.
Members of Wisdom Lane Middle School's garden club have showcased their continued love of the environment and ecology into the winter months as the students have been watering their geraniums inside the classroom and taking trips outside to the school's greenhouse.A Knack for Nature at Wisdom Lane Middle School
Members of Wisdom Lane Middle School's garden club have showcased their continued love of the environment and ecology into the winter months as the students have been watering their geraniums inside the classroom and taking trips outside to the school's greenhouse.
It was an afternoon of celebration as 40 of Division Avenue High School's top achievers from the Class of 2019 were commended during the school's annual Blue and Silver Luncheon on Nov. 29.Top 40 Seniors Honored at Blue and Silver Luncheon
It was an afternoon of celebration as 40 of Division Avenue High School's top achievers from the Class of 2019 were commended during the school's annual Blue and Silver Luncheon on Nov. 29.
Wisdom Lane Middle School students in the school's Peer Buddies club enjoyed an afternoon of making friends and playing board games on Nov. 27.Board Game Buddies at Wisdom Lane
Wisdom Lane Middle School students in the school's Peer Buddies club enjoyed an afternoon of making friends and playing board games on Nov. 27.
Students in Mrs. Bergersen's First Grade class made patriotic paper chains for a STEAM activity.Patriotic Chains for Veteran's Day
Students in Mrs. Bergersen's First Grade class made patriotic paper chains for a STEAM activity.
Our school's social worker, Ms. Flannery shared an activity about things that can be a "big deal" or a "little deal" with first grade students.Big and Little Deals in First Grade
Our school's social worker, Ms. Flannery shared an activity about things that can be a "big deal" or a "little deal" with first grade students.
MacArthur High School Research Students were invited, by Director Eric Alexander, to attend the Vision Long 2018 Island Smart Growth Summit.MacArthur's Science Research Students Attend Smart Growth Summit
MacArthur High School Research Students were invited, by Director Eric Alexander, to attend the Vision Long 2018 Island Smart Growth Summit.
This past November, MacArthur's ABC Club (athletes for a better community), run by Mr. and Mrs. Nessler, hosted its annual Operation Christmas Child project.The ABCs of the Holiday Season
This past November, MacArthur's ABC Club (athletes for a better community), run by Mr. and Mrs. Nessler, hosted its annual Operation Christmas Child project.
Science and the arts united again at MacArthur, as science research  and graphic design students attended the Spark! Challenge with Mrs. Gomes-Vance, Dr. Friedman, and Mr. Zausin at Northwell's Office of the Chief Information Officer.MacArthur Students Attend the Spark! Challenge
Science and the arts united again at MacArthur, as science research and graphic design students attended the Spark! Challenge with Mrs. Gomes-Vance, Dr. Friedman, and Mr. Zausin at Northwell's Office of the Chief Information Officer.
October 26th was a busy day for the MacArthur Science Research team, as three students contributed to their respective fields in professional settings.MacArthur Science Research Students Shine
October 26th was a busy day for the MacArthur Science Research team, as three students contributed to their respective fields in professional settings.
Students and staff throughout the district showed their gratitude and appreciation for deployed service members and veterans by recently participating in Nash FM's annual "100,000 Thank Yous" letter writing campaign.Students Pen Hundreds of Letters to American Heroes
Students and staff throughout the district showed their gratitude and appreciation for deployed service members and veterans by recently participating in Nash FM's annual "100,000 Thank Yous" letter writing campaign.
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.Lee Road Kindergartners Dive Into Weather
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.
Members of the Division Avenue High School Chamber Choir performed at the Long Island Festival of Trees under the direction of music teacher Alison Sellars on Nov. 25.DAHS Chamber Choir Performs Songs of the Season
Members of the Division Avenue High School Chamber Choir performed at the Long Island Festival of Trees under the direction of music teacher Alison Sellars on Nov. 25.
During the month of November, the students in Literacy Center have been working very hard.  Some of the skills we focused on were: Sequencing, Compare/Contrast and Cause and Effect.Literacy Center Activities At Gardiners Ave.
During the month of November, the students in Literacy Center have been working very hard. Some of the skills we focused on were: Sequencing, Compare/Contrast and Cause and Effect.
Fifth-graders at Summit Lane Elementary School are furthering their research on cells with the help of General Douglas MacArthur High School science teacher Dr. David Friedman.Elementary Students Talk Cells at MacArthur High School
Fifth-graders at Summit Lane Elementary School are furthering their research on cells with the help of General Douglas MacArthur High School science teacher Dr. David Friedman.
Fifth-grade classes at Summit Lane Elementary School created Thanksgiving collages to show the many things for which they are thankful.Summit Lane Students Give Thanks
Fifth-grade classes at Summit Lane Elementary School created Thanksgiving collages to show the many things for which they are thankful.
Northside Elementary School fifth-graders celebrated the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday by reading Thanksgiving-related stories to therapy dogs Ginger, Joey and Toby on Nov. 20.Thanksgiving Stories with Canine Friends
Northside Elementary School fifth-graders celebrated the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday by reading Thanksgiving-related stories to therapy dogs Ginger, Joey and Toby on Nov. 20.
General Douglas MacArthur High School students enrolled in one of the four ceramics I courses led by teacher Lynn Spinnato, put their competition faces on for the school's annual ceramic mug competition.Firing Up Creativity with Ceramics
General Douglas MacArthur High School students enrolled in one of the four ceramics I courses led by teacher Lynn Spinnato, put their competition faces on for the school's annual ceramic mug competition.
Students in grades two, three, four, and five at Northside School, engaged in the democratic process this month.  Many students from the fourth and fifth grades campaigned for positions on the Student Council for the School year 2018-2019.Northside Students Engage In The Democratic Process
Students in grades two, three, four, and five at Northside School, engaged in the democratic process this month. Many students from the fourth and fifth grades campaigned for positions on the Student Council for the School year 2018-2019.
It has been a tradition for the students from kindergarten through fifth grade at Northside School to create thank you cards for veterans in our area.Northside Students Create Thank You Cards For Veterans
It has been a tradition for the students from kindergarten through fifth grade at Northside School to create thank you cards for veterans in our area.
Northside School welcomed Zenon Zach who presented a "Mad Science" assembly program to students from kindergarten to fifth grade.Northside School Welcomed Zenon Zach
Northside School welcomed Zenon Zach who presented a "Mad Science" assembly program to students from kindergarten to fifth grade.
Thirteen students enrolled in Division Avenue High School's trial law class and DECA club attended a Career Day at Northwell Health's Legal Affairs Office, as part of Northwell Health's Spark! Challenge on Nov. 9.Career Day Sparks Student Interest in Healthcare Fields
Thirteen students enrolled in Division Avenue High School's trial law class and DECA club attended a Career Day at Northwell Health's Legal Affairs Office, as part of Northwell Health's Spark! Challenge on Nov. 9.
With the need for blood never taking a day off, members of Division Avenue High School's Peer Leaders joined forces with the New York Blood Center for the school's annual blood drive on Nov. 8.Division Avenue High School Strives to Save Lives
With the need for blood never taking a day off, members of Division Avenue High School's Peer Leaders joined forces with the New York Blood Center for the school's annual blood drive on Nov. 8.
At its Nov. 14 meeting, the Levittown Public School's Board of Education honored members of Lee Road School's new Digital Media Club.Digital Media Club Launches at Lee Road
At its Nov. 14 meeting, the Levittown Public School's Board of Education honored members of Lee Road School's new Digital Media Club.
Eleven students from both the elementary and middle school level were recently selected to perform in the Long Island String Festival Association's 2019 Nassau County Intermediate Festival.11 Student-Musicians Selected for Music Festival
Eleven students from both the elementary and middle school level were recently selected to perform in the Long Island String Festival Association's 2019 Nassau County Intermediate Festival.
General Douglas MacArthur High School senior Saajid Chowdhury was honored at the Long Island Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Fall Conference last month as the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement AwardMacArthur General Earns Lifetime Achievement Award
General Douglas MacArthur High School senior Saajid Chowdhury was honored at the Long Island Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Fall Conference last month as the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award
The district is pleased to announce that Michael Gunn, head custodian at General Douglas MacArthur High School, was recently selected as the recipient of the 2018 Excelsior Award from the New York State Public High School Athletic Association and the Civil Service Employees Association.Beloved Head Custodian Earns 2018 Excelsior Award
The district is pleased to announce that Michael Gunn, head custodian at General Douglas MacArthur High School, was recently selected as the recipient of the 2018 Excelsior Award from the New York State Public High School Athletic Association and the Civil Service Employees Association.
In honor of Veterans Day, seventh-graders at Jonas E. Salk Middle School received a visit from veterans Frank Colon Jr. and Lenny Goldstein of the United Veterans Organization of Nassau County on Nov. 9.Veterans Educate Salk Students on the Flag of Freedom
In honor of Veterans Day, seventh-graders at Jonas E. Salk Middle School received a visit from veterans Frank Colon Jr. and Lenny Goldstein of the United Veterans Organization of Nassau County on Nov. 9.
Students and staff at Gardiners Avenue Elementary School kicked off a new year of the district's character education program, Get A Voice, during World Kindness Day on Nov. 13.Promoting Positive Actions at Gardiners Avenue School
Students and staff at Gardiners Avenue Elementary School kicked off a new year of the district's character education program, Get A Voice, during World Kindness Day on Nov. 13.
The Division Avenue High School marching band recently earned fifth place in the Small School 2 category at the 45th annual New York State Field Band Conference Championships at the Carrier Dome at Syracuse University.Marching Band Makes its Mark with Original Performance
The Division Avenue High School marching band recently earned fifth place in the Small School 2 category at the 45th annual New York State Field Band Conference Championships at the Carrier Dome at Syracuse University.
Third graders at Gardiners Avenue School take their STEAM work very seriously.Third Graders Design Steam Patches
Third graders at Gardiners Avenue School take their STEAM work very seriously.
Following our annual Halloween parade, the students in Ms. Furlong's class worked collaboratively to build Math Monsters!Third Graders Build Math Monsters
Following our annual Halloween parade, the students in Ms. Furlong's class worked collaboratively to build Math Monsters!
During the month of October, the fourth grade students went on a field trip to the Science Center for Teaching and Learning in Rockville Centre.Science Center for Teaching and Learning
During the month of October, the fourth grade students went on a field trip to the Science Center for Teaching and Learning in Rockville Centre.
October was a fun month for our second graders. One of Mrs. Schadt's class highlights was visiting "The Outdoor Learning Center," at LMEC.October Fun in Second Grade
October was a fun month for our second graders. One of Mrs. Schadt's class highlights was visiting "The Outdoor Learning Center," at LMEC.
The Kindergarten students had a great time on their field trip to the Restoration Farm in Old Bethpage! Students learned about different parts of plants and the important role of a farmer.Kindergartners Go to Restoration Farm
The Kindergarten students had a great time on their field trip to the Restoration Farm in Old Bethpage! Students learned about different parts of plants and the important role of a farmer.
In October, the 5th grade students attended a trip to Commerce Plaza.  Students enjoyed working in the various businesses throughout the day, such as the Ikea Snack Shop, Capital One Bank and Hofstra University.Gardiners Ave. Students Visit Commerce Plaza
In October, the 5th grade students attended a trip to Commerce Plaza. Students enjoyed working in the various businesses throughout the day, such as the Ikea Snack Shop, Capital One Bank and Hofstra University.
This month Ms. Manzi's second grade class took a trip back in time when they visited the Levittown Historical Society.Gardiners Ave. Second Grade Visits Levittown's Past
This month Ms. Manzi's second grade class took a trip back in time when they visited the Levittown Historical Society.
It's that time of year!  We should all be thankful for the tremendous service our military performs on a daily basis!  Caileigh O'Shea in Mrs. Grams' class will send, to her older brother Danny O'Shea, the loving student letters and treats from our class.Fifth Grade Gives Thanks to Our Military
It's that time of year! We should all be thankful for the tremendous service our military performs on a daily basis! Caileigh O'Shea in Mrs. Grams' class will send, to her older brother Danny O'Shea, the loving student letters and treats from our class.
The GC Tech Key Club members held their annual Back to School Night bake sale.  Many of the beautifully packaged baked goods were donated by Key Club members.GC Tech Key Club Bakes for the Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Center
The GC Tech Key Club members held their annual Back to School Night bake sale. Many of the beautifully packaged baked goods were donated by Key Club members.
Administrators, board of education members, faculty and families gathered at the Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Education Center in Levittown for the induction of 28 new members into the National Technical Honor Society on Nov. 13.28 Seniors Inducted Into GC Tech's National Technical Honor Society
Administrators, board of education members, faculty and families gathered at the Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Education Center in Levittown for the induction of 28 new members into the National Technical Honor Society on Nov. 13.
Attention Parents of 5 Year Olds - Kindergarten Registration
If you have a child/children residing in the Levittown School District and was born between 
December 2, 2013 and December 1, 2014 they will be eligible for kindergarten for the 2019-2020 school year.
Students from kindergarten through grade five enjoyed a very special day at Northside on Halloween.Northside Students Enjoy Halloween
Students from kindergarten through grade five enjoyed a very special day at Northside on Halloween.
On Wednesday, November 14, six Salk students were recognized by our Terrific Kids program for their volunteer work outside of school.Terrific Kids at Salk
On Wednesday, November 14, six Salk students were recognized by our Terrific Kids program for their volunteer work outside of school.
Jonas E. Salk Recreation Club hosted it fifth annual, Turkey Bowl on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 under the supervision of Mr. Agovino & Mrs. Tuccillo.Fifth Annual "Turkey Bowl"
Jonas E. Salk Recreation Club hosted it fifth annual, Turkey Bowl on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 under the supervision of Mr. Agovino & Mrs. Tuccillo.
World Language teacher Debbie Sumano was honored by Stanford University and Susquehanna University for making an impact on two of her former students' lives.World Language Teacher Earns High Praises
World Language teacher Debbie Sumano was honored by Stanford University and Susquehanna University for making an impact on two of her former students' lives.
Ninety-four students from grades 5-12 were recently selected to perform in the Nassau Music Educators' Association All-County festivals across Nassau County in Jan. 2019.Talented Student-Musicians Selected for All-County
Ninety-four students from grades 5-12 were recently selected to perform in the Nassau Music Educators' Association All-County festivals across Nassau County in Jan. 2019.
Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center students enrolled in the Culinary Arts program recently picked pumpkins from the school's garden at the Levittown Memorial Education Center and transformed them into delicious meals.Culinary Arts Students Dish Up Pumpkin Recipe
Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center students enrolled in the Culinary Arts program recently picked pumpkins from the school's garden at the Levittown Memorial Education Center and transformed them into delicious meals.
During the month of October, students and faculty at Division Avenue High School devoted both time and effort in bringing awareness to breast cancer through a variety of breast cancer awareness festivities.Division Avenue High School Unites for Breast Cancer Awareness
During the month of October, students and faculty at Division Avenue High School devoted both time and effort in bringing awareness to breast cancer through a variety of breast cancer awareness festivities.
The fourth and fifth grade students voted to elect an all girl staff this year for student council at East Broadway School.Girl Power at East Broadway
The fourth and fifth grade students voted to elect an all girl staff this year for student council at East Broadway School.
MacArthur's Art department took 78 Photography and Graphic Design Students to Central Park on a Photography Field Trip on October 19th. Students visited the Central Park Zoo and were able to take a walk to Bethesda Fountain.MacArthur's Photography Students Zoom in on Central Park
MacArthur's Art department took 78 Photography and Graphic Design Students to Central Park on a Photography Field Trip on October 19th. Students visited the Central Park Zoo and were able to take a walk to Bethesda Fountain.
Richard Schwartz's fifth grade class at Abbey Lane Elementary School wanted to give back in a big way during Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October.Spreading Smiles One Letter at a Time
Richard Schwartz's fifth grade class at Abbey Lane Elementary School wanted to give back in a big way during Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October.
Students, families, administrators, board members and faculty members of the Levittown Public Schools headed to the Levittown Memorial Education Center after school on Oct. 30 for a chance to pick up new books for free, courtesy of the Levittown United Teachers and First Book.Levittown Teachers Provide the Gift of Reading
Students, families, administrators, board members and faculty members of the Levittown Public Schools headed to the Levittown Memorial Education Center after school on Oct. 30 for a chance to pick up new books for free, courtesy of the Levittown United Teachers and First Book.
Kindergarten students at Northside School learned about the season of fall in their science study unit.Northside Students Learn About The Season of Fall
Kindergarten students at Northside School learned about the season of fall in their science study unit.
MacArthur High School was busy last week with LEADD (Levittown Educates Against Destructive Decisions) and getting ready for the annual LEADD walk this past Sunday.MacArthur LEADDs the Way
MacArthur High School was busy last week with LEADD (Levittown Educates Against Destructive Decisions) and getting ready for the annual LEADD walk this past Sunday.
With blue skies above them, the district hosted their annual Levittown Education Against Destructive Decisions Walk and Community Fair at the Levittown Memorial Education Center on Oct. 28.Levittown Goes the Distance for Health and Wellness
With blue skies above them, the district hosted their annual Levittown Education Against Destructive Decisions Walk and Community Fair at the Levittown Memorial Education Center on Oct. 28.
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.Lee Road Students Learn the Power of their Character
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.
On Saturday, October 5th, 2018, MacArthur High School hosted its annual Pink Out football game.Pink Out Pride at MacArthur High School
On Saturday, October 5th, 2018, MacArthur High School hosted its annual Pink Out football game.
MacArthur High School AP Biology students perform a Restriction Analysis Lab and a Bacterial Transformation Lab at the Dolan DNA Learning Center in Cold Spring Harbor.MacArthur High School AP Bio Students Take the Interactive Approach
MacArthur High School AP Biology students perform a Restriction Analysis Lab and a Bacterial Transformation Lab at the Dolan DNA Learning Center in Cold Spring Harbor.
Levittown High School French students visited Montreal, Canada, from October 4-6 2018.French Students Visit our Neighbors to the North
Levittown High School French students visited Montreal, Canada, from October 4-6 2018.
On September 28, the Family and Consumer Sciences department of MacArthur High School welcomed Savannah Campbell from Johnson and Wales University to talk to the students in the Culinary Arts and Food Investigation classes.A Danish Dish Demonstration at MacArthur High School
On September 28, the Family and Consumer Sciences department of MacArthur High School welcomed Savannah Campbell from Johnson and Wales University to talk to the students in the Culinary Arts and Food Investigation classes.
Watch the video of Lee Road Students running for Student Council as they gave speeches to Students and Faculty in support of their candidacies.Student Council Election Speeches
Watch the video of Lee Road Students running for Student Council as they gave speeches to Students and Faculty in support of their candidacies.
Mr. Schwartz's class at Abbey Lane Elementary School hosted a letter-writing campaign for 5th grade students to mail letters of support to breast cancer survivors.Abbey Lane Students Write Letters to Cancer Survivors
Mr. Schwartz's class at Abbey Lane Elementary School hosted a letter-writing campaign for 5th grade students to mail letters of support to breast cancer survivors.
Mr. Schwartz's class at Abbey Lane Elementary School hosted a letter-writing campaign for 5th grade students to mail letters of support to breast cancer survivors.Abbey Lane Students Write Letters to Cancer Survivors
Mr. Schwartz's class at Abbey Lane Elementary School hosted a letter-writing campaign for 5th grade students to mail letters of support to breast cancer survivors.
As part of a science unit, the students in Mrs. Dionisio's third grade class constructed sailboats.Abbey Lane Students Construct Sailboats
As part of a science unit, the students in Mrs. Dionisio's third grade class constructed sailboats.
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.Stepping Into A Healthy Lifestyle
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.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, cosmetology students at the Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center hosted their annual "Pink Nail for Hope" fundraiser on Oct. 16th and 17th.A Polish of Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, cosmetology students at the Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center hosted their annual "Pink Nail for Hope" fundraiser on Oct. 16th and 17th.
For the second consecutive year, Wisdom Lane Middle School was selected as one of the top 100 public middle schools in New York.Wisdom Lane Ranked a Top NYS Middle School
For the second consecutive year, Wisdom Lane Middle School was selected as one of the top 100 public middle schools in New York.
A total of six high school orchestra students from throughout the district were recently selected for the Long Island String Festival Association Nassau County Secondary Festival at Wisdom Lane Middle School from Nov. 16-18.Top String Students Selected for Festival
A total of six high school orchestra students from throughout the district were recently selected for the Long Island String Festival Association Nassau County Secondary Festival at Wisdom Lane Middle School from Nov. 16-18.
Furthering their unit on the anatomy of a fish, fifth grade classes at Summit Lane Elementary School received a visit from biologist Walter Burak and environmental education assistant Francis McParland of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.Summit Students Get Hooked on Fish
Furthering their unit on the anatomy of a fish, fifth grade classes at Summit Lane Elementary School received a visit from biologist Walter Burak and environmental education assistant Francis McParland of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
The board room at Levittown Memorial Education Center was packed with administrators, staff, students, families and community members for the district's board of education meeting on Oct. 17.Levittown BOE and Top Students Honored
The board room at Levittown Memorial Education Center was packed with administrators, staff, students, families and community members for the district's board of education meeting on Oct. 17.
In honor of Levittown Education Against Destructive Decisions Week, students throughout Gardiners Avenue School enjoyed a healthy snack on Oct. 22, courtesy of the school PTA.A Healthy Treat for LEADD Week
In honor of Levittown Education Against Destructive Decisions Week, students throughout Gardiners Avenue School enjoyed a healthy snack on Oct. 22, courtesy of the school PTA.
East Broadway's fourth graders, in Mrs. Cavanaugh's class, are practicing their inferencing skills.  Students in their guided reading centers are discussing appropriate inferences.East Broadway Students Practice Inference Skills
East Broadway's fourth graders, in Mrs. Cavanaugh's class, are practicing their inferencing skills. Students in their guided reading centers are discussing appropriate inferences.
Division Avenue High School recently hosted their first Captain's Breakfast of the 2018-19 school year to honor the captains of Division Avenue's fall varsity teams.Team Captains Earn Praises at Division Avenue High School
Division Avenue High School recently hosted their first Captain's Breakfast of the 2018-19 school year to honor the captains of Division Avenue's fall varsity teams.
Lee Road fifth-graders in Eileen Vogel's class read "A Package for Mrs. Jewls," which inspired a gravity experiment of their own.Incorporating Literacy With STEM
Lee Road fifth-graders in Eileen Vogel's class read "A Package for Mrs. Jewls," which inspired a gravity experiment of their own.
Jonas E. Salk Middle School recently received a certificate from Character.org, recognizing the school's Challenger Athletic League as a 2018 Promising Practice.Salk's Challenger League Earns Promising Practice Award
Jonas E. Salk Middle School recently received a certificate from Character.org, recognizing the school's Challenger Athletic League as a 2018 Promising Practice.
The auditoriums were packed with students at Jonas E. Salk Middle School and Wisdom Lane Middle School as each grade level waited to hear from their summer reading author Rob Buyea, writer of "Because of Mr. Terupt," on Oct. 11 and 12.Students Get A Glimpse Into The Life Of An Author
The auditoriums were packed with students at Jonas E. Salk Middle School and Wisdom Lane Middle School as each grade level waited to hear from their summer reading author Rob Buyea, writer of "Because of Mr. Terupt," on Oct. 11 and 12.
Kindergarten students in Mrs. Carpentier's class participated in a school-wide scavenger hunt with their third grade book buddies.Northside Students Participate In A Scavenger Hunt
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.Northside Students Learn Fire Prevention
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.Chocolate and Vanilla Treats at Gardiners Ave.
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!Candy Corn Science at Gardiners Ave.
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.Abbey Lane Students Read Escape From Mr. Lemoncello's Library
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!Abbey Lane Students Become Cartographers
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.High Scoring Senior Earns National Academic Honor
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.Three Seniors Earn Commended Student Honor
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.A Future in Science, Technology and Medicine
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.New Faculty Joins GC Tech Family
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.Capture That Array
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.Salk Student Participates in USA Football Middle School Bowl Game Series
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.Lee Road Provides Calming Space for Students
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 Has Hope
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.Students Tackle Fun-Filled Fruit Challenge
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.Scooter Games at Gardiners
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.Literacy Centers Celebrate Johnny Appleseed
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.Super Readers at Gardiners Ave.
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.Skittle Research At Gardiners Ave.
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.Dragon Pride Reigns at Homecoming
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.Division Students Get a Glance into Law Enforcement Program
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.GC Tech's Cosmetology Students Share Their Talent with Seniors
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.Northside Students Focus on Character
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.Exploring the Wonders of Fall
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.A Generally Perfect Day at MacArthur
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.Middle School 101 Prepares Students for Success
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.Salk Boys' Lacrosse Marks Undefeated Season
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."It's LEADD Family Walk Time!
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."Students Strengthen Writing Skills with STEM Activity
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.GC Tech Students Take on Fire Safety
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.MacArthur Senior Shines as Award of Merit Winner
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.MacArthur Senior Honored as National Merit Semifinalist
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.Culinary Students Embrace the Farm-to-Table Approach
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.Student-Musicians Earn All-State Honors
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.Levittown Students Explore College Opportunities
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.Senior Gains Insight into the Medical Field
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.Advanced Placement Scholars Recognized in Levittown
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.Northside Students Participate in the Summer Music Program
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.Back to School Night at Northside
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.Marigolds in the Classroom
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.Outstanding Science Teacher Earns Educator Award
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.Building Innovators at Summit Lane School
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.Division Avenue High School Announces Homecoming 2018
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.Student Keeps Music Teacher's Memory Alive
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.MacArthur Science Research Continues Throughout Summer
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.Spreading Positivity For The New School Year
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.Levittown Welcomes Student Liaisons
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.District Announces Hall of Fame Inductees
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.Jonas E. Salk Middle School Welcomes New Assistant Principal
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.New Elementary Assistant Principal Appointed
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.New Assistant Principal Joins Gardiners Avenue and Northside Elementary Schools
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.Marching Madness at MacArthur
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.A Great Start to the New School Year
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.New Faculty Join the Levittown Public Schools
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.District Appoints New Division Avenue Assistant Principal
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.Welcome Back From the Superintendent
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.Orientations Ease Transitions In Levittown
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.Marching Towards Competition Season
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.Levittown Students Embrace District's Summer Reading Extravaganza
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.Summer Tutorial Program Prepares Students for September
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.Student Innovators Shine in New Robotics Camp
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.Soaking Up Knowledge at Levittown's Camp Invention
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.Music Skills Soar During Summer Months
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.A Sizzlin' Summer of Study for English Language Learners
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.District Appoints New Director of Mathematics and Business
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.District Appoints Assistant Superintendent for Business and Finance
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.Officers Elected for 2018-19 School Year
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.Ready, Set, Read
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.Celebrating A Year of Excellent Character
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.Ready for the World of Middle School
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.District Appoints Director of Pupil Services
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.Students Engage in Field Day Fun
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.Levittown Musicians Earn Top Honors at Music Festival
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.District Bids Farewell to 50 Faculty Members
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.Abbey Lane Shines Light on Flag Day
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.First Grade Authors at Gardiners
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.Northside Student Council
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.Northside Spring Concert
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.Gardiners Ave. Get.A.Voice Update
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.East Broadway Terrific Kids Awards
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.A New Chapter Begins for Division's Class of 2018
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.MacArthur's Class of 2018 Sets Sights on the Future
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.Career and Technical Students Look Onward Toward the Future
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.Quails Grow at Gardiners
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, 2018Northside Students Show Spirit on Memorial Day
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.Computer Science At Salk
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.Summit Lane Students Honor Their Heroes
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.Wisdom Lane Challengers Brave the Elements at the Empire State Victory Challenge Games
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.Wisdom Lane Students Embark On Next Educational Journey
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.High Achieving Seniors Honored for Success
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.Wisdom Writer Touches Hearts with Personal Narrative
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.Salk MS Students Ready for the Future
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.Summer Reading Takes Flight for Middle School Students
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.Summer Reading Takes Flight for Middle School Students
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.MacArthur General Selected as Rensselaer Medalist
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.MacArthur Computer Whiz Earns RIT Medal
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.Division Avenue's Class of 2018 Honored for Success
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.Levittown Student-Athletes Commit to College
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.Lee Road Students Bring History to Life
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!A HOPPING Good Cause at East Broadway
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.Summit Students Receive a Glimpse of History
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.Abbey Lane Clowns Around
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.A Paw Towards Protection at Lee Road School
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.SkillsUSA Students Earn High Marks
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.Abbey Lane Students Learn All About Matter
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.Summit Lane Students Slime Away After Raising 15K
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.GC Tech Students Showcase Their Skills
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.

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