Levittown School District Kicks Off An Exciting New School Year
September 07, 2017
Fourth-graders at Summit Lane Elementary School received a visit from Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tonie McDonald, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction Todd Winch and Principal Keith Squillacioti during their physical education class.
With backpacks and new school supplies in tow, students from throughout the Levittown School District entered the 2017-2018 school year on Sept. 6 with a warm welcome from administrators and faculty members.
Students were eager to learn as they met their new teachers, reunited with their peers, learned their schedules and grew accustomed to their new routines. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tonie McDonald and Assistant Superintendent for Instruction Todd Winch popped into classrooms throughout the day to greet students back for a new year.
"It's wonderful to see all the smiling faces of our children on the first day of school," said Dr. McDonald.
Division Avenue High School seniors kicked off their final year by representing their class in the color green.
MacArthur High School 10th-graders enjoyed lunch with their peers on the first day back to school.
First-graders at Abbey Lane Elementary School were eager to learn with their new classmates.
Wisdom Lane Middle School students followed their new schedules on Sept. 6.
Jonas E. Salk Middle School Principal John Zampaglione greeted students in the hallway during the first day of school.
Assistant Superintendent for Instruction Todd Winch welcomed students back at Summit Lane Elementary School.