Levittown Public Schools Administrative and Instructional Departments


Administrative Departments

Business & Finance

The Business Office provides support for the wide breadth of instructional services and extracurricular activities afforded the students of Levittown as well as provide support for achieving the District's mission.

Centralized Registration

Registration for all new students takes place at Levittown Memorial. Kindergarten registration takes place in the late winter, early spring of the year prior to enrollment. All other transfer students can be registered by calling (516) 434-7058.

Computer & Media Services

The Computer Technology Department at the Levittown Schools concentrates on supporting the most current technological tools available to increase student achievement and teacher productivity.

Data and Instruction

The Levittown Public Schools Office of Assessments and Data provides a variety of services for the students of the district.

Guidance
(School Counselors)

The role of the school counselor includes course planning, career counseling, college selection and applications, programming and scheduling as well as addressing any social and emotional needs your child may be experiencing.

Human Resources

The Levittown Union Free School District is in compliance with the U.S. Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Title IX Educational Amendments of 1972, Part 86.

Curriculum and Instruction

The Office of Instruction is dedicated to providing outstanding teaching and learning opportunities for students in the Levittown Public Schools.

Security

The number one priority of the Levittown School District is the safety and security of all students, staff members and visitors.

Special Education

The Levittown School District operates one of the most comprehensive special education programs in New York State serving the needs of over 1200 children with disabilities.

Transportation

The Levittown School District transports nearly 4,000 students per day. Additionally, bus service is provided for a wide range of co-curricular activities throughout the school year.


Instructional Departments

Business

The Business Department in Levittown Public Schools offers courses designed to meet a variety of student interests and needs and to introduce students to this rapidly growing area, which begins with the Computer Literacy program at the middle schools.

Elementary Education

The mission of the Levittown Public Schools Elementary Program is to provide a safe and nurturing environment that fosters the cognitive, social, and personal development of each child in our school community.

English Language Arts

The English program in Levittown Schools provides students with opportunities to develop language arts skills, especially in the instruction of grammar and the writing process.

Fine Arts

The Fine Arts department is committed to insuring that every child has an opportunity to experience, to create, and to learn about meaningful artworks through various mediums and music.

Mathematics

The goals of the Mathematics Department in Levittown Public Schools are to inspire a keen interest in mathematics, promote the enjoyment of mathematics, and develop strong scholarship in the subject so that students can connect classroom mathematics and statistics to everyday life, work, and decision-making.

Music

We in the Levittown Public Schools District Music Program have as our primary goal the sharing of the extraordinary gift of music with as many students and members of the Levittown community as is possible.

Physical Education, Health and Athletics

Our programs offer the youth of Levittown a wide variety of opportunities. The educational programs in both Health and Physical Education remain an integral part of the total education of the Levittown student.

Social Studies and Family Consumer Science

The Social Studies Department provides a strong background in the social sciences and encourages good citizenship and an awareness of local, national, and world affairs.

Science and Technology

The Science Department offers programs in the state-mandated courses of Earth Science, Living Environment, Chemistry, and Physics at the Accelerated and Regents level. In addition, we have AP courses in Physics, Biology, Chemistry, and Environmental Science as well as a College Level Biology Course. The science Department also prepares students for meaningful STEM careers.

World Language and ENL

The study of World Languages plays an important role in preparing students to interact successfully in the global community.