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.
To help students grow acclimated to their new learning environments, many classes participated in icebreaker games to start the year off on a high note. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tonie McDonald reported a successful start to the year as she visited students.
"I was so happy to greet our students this new school year," said Dr. McDonald. "We have plenty of fun activities in store for them as our administrative team has been working all summer to make their year special."