During the May 3 Board of Education meeting, Summit Lane students Elizabeth Albrecht, Ariana Chong, Camdon Davidson, Marizabel Espinoza, James Gregoretti, Evangeline Guerra, Raffaele Imperato, Jaspal Kaur, Caroline Keegan, Samantha Keegan, Catherine Myers, Christopher Pelletier, Patricia Reetz, Hailee Rohman-Higgins, Brooke Livoti and Steven Tiemer were recognized for their participation in the Nassau Music Educators Association All-County festival held in January.
The Kindergarten Classes at Summit Lane School have been busy designing and constructing a Family Homework Project for April called a "Recyclebot." The students had to draw their design on a brochure, list the recycled materials they used to construct the Recyclebot and give their creation a name!
The children in Mrs. McLaughlin's First Grade class and the children in Mrs. Pase's Second Grade class worked collaboratively to create a giant gingerbread house using the power of cross-disciplinary learning. The acronym STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math.
In conjunction with the Levittown Education Against Destructive Decisions Community Walk and Fair held on Oct. 31, Summit Lane first-grade students learned about nutrition during a workshop presented by the LIU Post Nutrition Club.
In conjunction with LEADD Week, Summit Lane's first graders in Mrs. Lamendola's, Mrs. McLaughlin's, Mrs. Nally's, Mrs. Podell's and Mrs. Siebert's classes participated in a nutrition assembly presented by LIU Post Nutrition Club.
During a special presentation by I Fish New York representatives Bob McCormack and Francis McParland, Summit Lane fifth-graders learned about the varieties of fish that lurk within the salt and fresh waters of Long Island.
Summit Lane Elementary School was named a Long Island "Top Ten" school for its 2015-16 fundraising efforts for Hoops for Heart, a program provided by the American Heart Association and SHAPE America - Society of Health and Physical Educators.