Administrators, teachers and staff members from the Levittown Public Schools greeted students back with open arms on the first day of school on Sept. 4. Students across the district in grades K-12 met their new teachers and peers, got acclimated to their new classrooms and for some, their new school buildings.
At the elementary level, the students unpacked their supplies, while middle and high school students memorized their new schedules and adjusted to a new routine. Students and staff throughout the district also received a warm welcome back with special visits from Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tonie McDonald, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction Todd Winch, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources Debbie Rifkin and Assistant Superintendent for Business Dr. Christopher Dillon.
"It was so wonderful to welcome our students and teachers back to school," said Dr. McDonald. "We spent the day touring all of our buildings and loved every minute of it. I am so happy that when our students were asked, 'Are you happy to be back at school?' the overwhelming response was an enthusiastic 'YES!'"