Fourth graders from Lee Road Elementary School in Pamela Smith's class recently transformed into scientists while participating in hands-on learning projects in the classroom.
Lee Road Elementary School students and staff have found a new, positive way to connect and learn despite social distancing guidelines.
In honor of Black History Month, Lee Road Elementary School students in Eileen Vogel's fifth grade class recently explored influential civil rights leaders.
In honor of Valentine's Day, Lee Road Elementary School third graders in Jennifer Lores' class focused on the meaning of friendship. To strengthen their writing skills, each student wrote an opinion piece
about what being a good friend means to them.
During the Levittown Public Schools virtual board of education meeting on Feb. 10, Assistant Director of Special Education Milton Josephs, along with building principals, students and staff from East Broadway Elementary School and Lee Road Elementary School,
presented on what both schools are doing to promote social and emotional learning. The video presentation featured why social and emotional learning is an important part of education.
Lee Road third graders in Jennifer Lores' class recently celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day with an important lesson on character.