Kayla Coradin, a senior at General Douglas MacArthur High School in the Levittown Public School District, has been named a 2021-22 scholar in both the College Board's National African American Recognition Program and National Hispanic Recognition Program.
More than a dozen middle school and high school students from the Levittown School District, who go above and beyond in their volunteer service, were honored at the Board of Education meeting on Jan. 12.
The Levittown Public School District boasts two seniors recognized as among the top 100 Basketball Players on Long Island for the 2021-22 season by Newsday.
After delivering an outstanding performance in 54 exciting rounds, the winner of the 2022 Spelling Bee at Wisdom Lane Middle School in the Levittown Public School District is eighth grader Nish Keer.
The kindergarten students have been participating in many different activities during the month of December.
Each new year brings an opportunity to reflect on the past year and resolve to set new goals.
Students in Mrs. O'Connell's 5th grade class recently published their very own picture book, "Somewhere In The World..."
What better way to start the new year off than with some friendly Bowling lessons at Gardiners Avenue!
Fourth graders in Pam Smith's class at Lee Road Elementary School in the Levittown Public School District recently constructed roller coaster to help in their study of energy.
To get into the holiday spirit, students in Stephanie DiMarco's second grade class at Lee Road Elementary School in the Levittown Public School District listened to stories about the Gingerbread Man.
Parents who have a child/children residing in the Levittown School District and have attained the age of four years on or before December 1, 2022 are invited to apply for admission, on behalf of their child, to the Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program during the 2022-2023 school year.
The General Douglas MacArthur High School cheer team in the Levittown Public School District qualified for the UCA National Competition in Orlando, FL, this coming February.
Kindergarteners at Lee Road Elementary School have had a busy December working on seasonal-themed projects.
Mrs. Liontonia's class participated in a STEAM Winter Wonderland project. Students were given a flat board, a milk carton for a foundation, frosting for glue, and tons of candy for decoration!
Fifth grade students recently attended a trip to Commerce Plaza. Students enjoyed working in the various businesses throughout the day, such as the Ikea Snack Shop, Capital One Bank and Hofstra University.
Mrs. Suriano and Mrs. Penna's Class read Reindeer of the Year by Greening Rosie.
Teachers at Summit Lane Elementary School in the Levittown Public School District hosted a toy collection drive-through on Dec. 14.
Congratulations to Tiffany Sorice on being selected as Teacher of the Month for December, presented by the Long Island Nets and Delta Airlines.
Sixth graders at Wisdom Lane Middle School in the Levittown Public School District attended a live performance of "Elf" on Dec. 8.
On Dec. 5, students in the chorus at Lee Road Elementary School in the Levittown Public School District performed at the Forest City Tree and Menorah Lighting ceremony at the Forest City clubhouse, an annual community tradition.
Several athletes who enjoyed successful seasons this year were honored at the Levittown Public School District board of education meeting on Dec. 8.
Emily Leicht, a Division Avenue High School senior in the Levittown Public School District, was named a semifinalist in the 2022 Coca-Cola Scholars Program.
On December 12th the MacArthur Varsity Cheerleading team attended UCA's Northeast Regional competition to earn a bid to nationals. Not only did they earn their bid, they were named Regional Champions! - Go Generals!
The Marching Band at Division Avenue High School in the Levittown Public School District has been hard at work with performances, including their participation in a championship in Syracuse, NY.
For the Thanksgiving holiday, students in Nicole Pappas's kindergarten class at Lee Road Elementary School in the Levittown Public School District shared what they were thankful for.
The Student Council at Division Avenue High School in the Levittown Public School District led a Thanksgiving food drive during the month of November to benefit local Levittown families in need.
If you have a child residing in the Levittown School District and they were born between December 2, 2016 and December 1, 2017 they will be eligible for kindergarten for the 2022-23 school year.
The fourth graders had a "Turkey in Disguise" project for the month of November.
These cards were created by the Summit Lane staff and students to show their appreciation for the PTA's generosity in donating a pumpkin to each student for Fall Spirit Day.
Seniors at Division Avenue High School and General Douglas MacArthur High School in the Levittown Public School District signed letters of intent on Nov. 15, pledging to continue their athletic careers at a variety of colleges and universities.
On Tuesday, Nov. 16, Division Avenue High School counselors hosted their annual "Meet Your Counselor" evening workshop for the parents of freshman and sophomore students.
The students of Gardiners Avenue are extremely excited to be learning/re-learning Volleyball Skills.
Fifth grade students participated in a Fall Clinic run by the coaches and team members of MacArthur High School.
Students in Grade 5 worked with Ms. Sorice and experimented with SnapCircuits to learn about how electrical circuits work to power everyday objects.
Armaan Singh, a sophomore at Division Avenue High School in Levittown, was recently presented with a Commendation Award from the New York State Senate.
As part of the Levittown Public Schools' collaboration with Jovia Financial Federal Credit Union, students in Alice LoGiudice's personal money management class at Division Avenue High School received a real-world lesson from a local professional.
On October 28, 2021, students from Mrs. Fritch's Facing History and Ourselves class had the opportunity to engage in a virtual two part presentation from the Long Island Holocaust and Tolerance Museum.
During the past year, science research students Matthew LaSusa, Summer Looney and Erin Lung worked on research projects related to the implications of COVID-19 and NY Pause.
October is a great time to pick a pumpkin and a new book! The reading department teachers have all settled into their schedules and are busily preparing motivating and interesting reading lessons for their students.
The Levittown Public Schools Board of Education has appointed Todd Winch, current assistant superintendent for instruction, as its next superintendent of schools.
Mrs. Tavella's class and the other fifth grade classes learned about character traits.
During the month of October, the students in Literacy Center have been working really hard. Some of the skills we reviewed are: letter sounds, main idea, facts/details and sequencing.
During the month of October, the kindergarten students at Gardiners Avenue School learned about pumpkins.
Division Avenue High School honored an historic football feat and its retiring superintendent and had a resounding homecoming victory on Friday, Oct. 28.
Students from Jonas E. Salk Middle School and Wisdom Lane Middle School received a visit from Rob Buyea, author of their summer reading book, "Because of Mr. Terupt."
Simar Parmar, a senior captain on the Division Avenue High School varsity soccer team, has been awarded the 2021 Triple Impact Competitor Scholarship.
The fourth graders at Lee Road worked as engineers on an index card challenge.
Throughout September and October, the kindergarten classes at Lee Road Elementary School celebrated all things fall!
Through exploration of physics, aerodynamics and engineering, fifth graders at Levittown Public School's Lee Road Elementary School created paper airplanes and held a flight challenge on Oct. 15.
To mark School Board Recognition Week, students from the Levittown Public Schools personally thanked the seven volunteers who comprise the Board of Education for giving them a wealth of opportunities.
Students in grades 6-12 in the Levittown Public Schools are learning what it means to be digital citizens.
More than 250 Levittown students from both Division Avenue and General Douglas MacArthur high school were recognized by College Board for their outstanding scores on the college-level Advanced Placement exams.
This October, the students in Ms. Lynch's second grade class made Place Value Spiders.
Lee Road Elementary School third graders in Jennifer Lores, Stephanie Ottomano and Rachel Flanagan's class recently got into the Halloween spirit with an interactive writing activity and math lesson.
The Division Avenue High School Guidance and Counseling Department hosted its annual 9th grade "meet-and greet" event on Oct. 6.
Three high school seniors were recently recognized as Commended Students in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program.
On Thursday, Sep. 29, 2021, students at Division Avenue High School participated in a club fair during lunch periods.
Lee Road Elementary School fifth graders in Ms. Vitacco's Literacy class created and presented "All About Me" Google Slides to kick off the school year.