The Salk Connections Club, advised by Mrs. Papach, went on their fifth annual trip to The Arbors in Westbury.
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.
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
Salk Middle School recently held its second Holiday Jamboree. Students were able to participate in holiday and winter themed games, activities, and gift making.
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.
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.
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.
Jonas E. Salk Middle School recently received a certificate from Character.org, recognizing the school's Challenger Athletic League as a 2018 Promising Practice.
Congratulations to Salk 7th grader, Bradley Schwartz, who participated in the USA Football Middle School Bowl Game Series in Canton this summer.
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.
The Levittown Public Schools is pleased to announce the appointment of Amy O'Grady, new assistant principal of Jonas E. Salk Middle School.
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.
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 gathered for an engaging literacy launch assembly to introduce the middle school's new summer reading book, "Because of Mr. Terupt" by Rob Buyea.