2017-2018 District News
Exploring the Earth and Beyond in Levittown
Language Learners Get A Head Start In Levittown
Board of Education Reorganizes for the 2017-2018 School Year
Girl Scout Erin Cassano Helps Beautify MacArthur
Abbey Lane Action News Team Visits News12
Division Avenue Graduates Pave Their Path to the Future
Hofstra University's David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex was a sea of blue and white caps and gowns as 254 Division Avenue High School graduates from the Class of 2017 took the next step toward new challenges during the 58th commencement exercises.
Shadows at Gardiners
Students in Ms. Vining's first grade class are enjoying the beautiful weather while learning about light, shadows, and how the Earth moves. Students worked cooperatively with partners to trace their shadows three times while standing in the same spot; once in the morning, noon, and later in the afternoon.
Northside Students Participate in "Piano Festival"
Northside School was represented by 28 entries this year at the Piano Festival in March, held at Nassau Community College, and at the Spring Solo Evaluation Festival in May, held in our own Levittown School District at Jonas Salk Middle School. These festivals are sponsored by the New York State School Music Association known as NYSSMA.
Wisdom Lane MS Students Take the Road Ahead
Excitement and pride resonated throughout Wisdom Lane Middle School's auditorium as parents and faculty celebrated the new academic chapter being taken by eighth-grade graduates during the annual moving up ceremony, held on June 12.
GC Tech Students Are Ready and Prepared
Faculty and parents applauded the 155 career and technical education students who received their certificates of completion from the Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center program on June 12.
Salk Graduates Begin a New Academic Chapter
Parents and faculty welcomed Salk Middle School students with great pride as they entered the gymnasium for the annual moving up ceremony. After class officer Julie Magliano led the salute to the flag, the eighth-grade chorus, under the baton of Lisa Levenberg, sang the national anthem.
Who Is Your Hero?
Tears of joy resonated through Summit Lane's cafeteria as second-graders in Christine Pace's class honored a VIP in their lives during the annual Hero Celebration. The students collectively sang songs to their guests and read a personalized letter about their hero's most impressive qualities and why he or she is important to them. After reading their report at the podium, the students presented their heroes with an elaborately designed booklet, which included photos pictured with their hero, the personalized letter and research.
Spanish Class-Here We Come
Fourth graders in Mrs. Cavanaugh's class, from East Broadway School, were treated to a Spanish lesson this morning.
Studying Nature's Greatest Decomposers
During their monthlong study of earthworms, kindergarten students in Christine Wilkinson's class at Lee Road School not only learned how to care for nature's greatest decomposers, they created an earthworm habitat by preparing a compost bin.