As Mrs. Schadt's second grade class was winding down their unit study on "Change and Interdependence in Communities," they enjoyed a visit from Mr. Bob.
The Levittown Board of Education met at Levittown Memorial Education Center on May 5 for its regular meeting.
Staff members from Division Avenue High School and General Douglas MacArthur High School received a special visit from Nassau County Executive Laura Curran on National Teachers Day.
First graders in Tracy Smith's class at Summit Lane Elementary School recently participated in a special brain break which incorporated International Dance Day and Cinco de Mayo.
Several student-athletes from Division Avenue High School were recognized by Town of Hempstead officials outside of the school on April 27 for their athletic achievements.
In celebration of Earth Day, 5th grade students at Gardiners Avenue completed a unit based on "The Lorax" by Dr. Seuss.
Third graders from Summit Lane Elementary School in Nicole Wolfe's remote class recently engaged in a creative project which correlated to their unit on quadrilaterals.
Summit Lane second graders in Lori McGill's class recently learned about Navajo rug weaving through their Journeys text.
The Levittown Board of Education held its regular meeting on April 20 at Levittown Memorial Education Center where several outstanding students and staff were honored.
Despite the pandemic, Jonas E. Salk and Wisdom Lane middle school students have found a way to connect each week.
Blue Dragon pride was on full display during Division Avenue High School's annual homecoming football game and festivities on April 17.
School spirit was in the air outside of General Douglas MacArthur High School on April 17.
Two talented orchestra students from General Douglas MacArthur High School were recently selected to perform in a virtual master class held by the Long Island String Festival Association on April 17.
This year's Science Olympiad season was another successful one for MacArthur High School. This season, MacArthur participated in the North Pocono Invitational and Duke University Invitational.
Ten MacArthur Research students were selected as Finalists and invited to participate in the 2021 Long Island Youth Summit.
David DeRienzo, a senior from General Douglas MacArthur High School, was recently recognized for his outstanding community service.
Kindergarten classes from Gardiners Avenue Elementary School held their annual Teddy Bear Parade on April 14.
For the eighth consecutive year, the Levittown Public Schools was recognized as one of the nation's Best Communities for Music Education by the NAMM Foundation.
In honor of Earth Day, fourth grade classes at East Broadway Elementary School wrote persuasive essays to explain the reasons why people need to work together to save the planet.
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.
Division Avenue senior Christopher Smith was recently recognized by the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership organization as a HOBY Academic All-Star.
Nicolette Kenney, a senior from Division Avenue High School, recently earned her Girl Scout Gold Award after working diligently for more than a year on a passion project of hers.
Students and staff across the district found creative ways to celebrate Music In Our Schools Month throughout March.
Lee Road Elementary School students and staff have found a new, positive way to connect and learn despite social distancing guidelines.
Sabaa Khan, a freshman from Division Avenue High School, made her mark in the coding world by taking home first place with her team in the level one category of a virtual Code-A-Thon, sponsored by the non-profit, We Connect The Dots.
Students in fourth grade are diving into GEOMETRY! The students are learning about the characteristics of two dimensional shapes as well as the types and properties of angles.
As part of the district's Summer Reading Extravaganza, the English department hosted its 2021 winter showcase for summer reading entitled Lights! Camera! Kindness!
Levittown Memorial Education Center, the board and community learned about the instructional apps and websites that are being utilized at the elementary level.
The Levittown Public Schools is thrilled to announce the Class of 2021 Valedictorian and Salutatorian for Division Avenue High School and General Douglas MacArthur High School. Nikhil Keer has been recognized as Division Avenue's valedictorian and Colin Muessig was selected as salutatorian.
Upon completion of our social studies unit on China and in celebration of reading Year of the Panda, the students in Ms. Furlong's class built pencil holders from recycled boxes, craft sticks, and glue.
Summit Lane Elementary School fifth graders in Jennifer O'Brien and Parbatee Chucheong's class celebrated Read Across America Week from March 1-5.
Senior Abani Ahmed from Division Avenue High School was recently selected as a finalist for the Gates Scholarship.
Valerie Bonavita, Michael Cassano, Ana Compton, Rylie Lubliner, Natalia Pszeniczny, and Grace Ryan participated in the Medical Marvels Conference, hosted by Northwell Health.
The students in Mrs. Liontonia's class love using their Chromebook in the classroom! For a spring writing activity, the class used details from their Journeys story, "Luke Goes to Bat", to put events in sequential order.
During the month of February, the fifth grade students studied Earth's Spheres through the program Science Dimensions.
East Broadway Elementary School students recently participated in Random Acts of Kindness Week.
Eighteen students from Jonas E. Salk Middle School put their creativity and kindness to the test during the school's Tyler's Teddies Virtual Art Night.
First grade students from Karen Vaiano's class at East Broadway Elementary School recently learned about the importance of self-love during an engaging lesson with substitute Brittany McNally.
In honor of Black History Month, Lee Road Elementary School students in Eileen Vogel's fifth grade class recently explored influential civil rights leaders.
Student council members from Gardiners Avenue Elementary School recently raised $297 for the Wounded Warrior Project through a Valentines-themed fundraiser.
The students in Ms. Manzi's first grade class are crazy about their Chromebooks! Each day we find new and exciting ways to build upon the skills we are learning in class.
Jason Yevin's Black Lives Matter and coronavirus-inspired "Show your voice!" theme won the National PTA 2022-2023 Theme Search Contest.
Sixth, seventh and eighth grade students in Holly Grabowski's orchestra classes at Jonas E. Salk Middle School recently commemorated Black History Month by exploring prominent Black composers.
Visit the Autism Awareness Apparel website before midnight on March 5, 2021 to order t-shirts, sweatshirts, masks and more.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, members of Jonas E. Salk Middle School's Connections Club continued their mission of bridging the school community together just in time for Valentine's Day.
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.
Kahoot is a game-based learning platform. All of the students log onto the game using their Chromebooks.
Each question is timed and the students get points based on submitting the right answer along with how long it takes the player to answer. The sooner the player answers, the more points they get!
During the month of January, Ms. Garibaldi's class studied Civil Rights. Once they finished the unit, they worked on a research project for Black History month.
Students used their Chromebooks to complete their research and then created a Google Slides presentation. Lastly, students presented their projects to the whole class.
Despite the snow day, a handful of Wisdom Lane Middle School students from Leslie Maynard's seventh grade science class woke up extra early to celebrate Groundhog Day on Feb. 2. Prior to the big day, the students had learned about the seasons,
discussed the tradition of Groundhog Day and the events that usually take place in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, a spot known for its large Groundhog Day celebration.
Lee Road third graders in Jennifer Lores' class recently celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day with an important lesson on character.
Andrea Mortillaro, a special education teacher from Wisdom Lane Middle School, was selected as one of 15 individuals to receive the 2020 Nassau BOCES Education Partner Award.
East Broadway fifth graders in Brittany Roaldsen's class recently concluded their unit on matter with a hands-on science experiment.
Jason Yevin, a sophomore from General Douglas MacArthur High School, was recently selected as the 2022-2023 PTA Reflections Theme Search Contest winner.
Northside Elementary School first graders in Mrs. Merkle's class recently celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy.
Division Avenue High School senior Nikhil Keer was recently selected as one of 25 high school seniors from New York State to be nominated for the 2021 United States Presidential Scholars Program.
Four seniors from the Levittown Public Schools were recognized with the Outstanding Physical Education Student Award from the Nassau Zone of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance.
On Friday, December 18th, the Abbey Lane Student Council hosted a "Night of Lights" event to collect toys for the John Theissen Children Foundation.
On Saturday, November 7th, Gardiners Avenue 5th grader Alesia Vargas, playing the euphonium, participated in Suffolk County Music Educator Association's (SCMEA) 40th Annual Day of Tuba and Euphonium.
Kindergarten students measure snow accumulations and use magnifying glasses to examine snow crystals just like Mr. Bentley from the picture book Snowflake Bentley written by Jacqueline Briggs Martin and illustrated by Mary Azarian.
The fourth graders have been researching a variety of different animals to produce an Animal Research Report. The students used the information they learned from Lesson 24 in Journeys and their Chromebooks to discover the animal's life cycle, habitat, interesting facts, adaptations and many more!
K-2 students in Ms. Herbert's art class learned about Abstract art and how it differs from other types of art.
Four sophomores from the Levittown Public Schools were recently selected as ambassadors for their high schools in the virtual New York Metro Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Seminar on June 5 and 6.
Jonas E. Salk Middle School students showcased their creativity in the school cafeteria on Dec. 10 with a paint night, sponsored by the school's recreation club.
The Division Avenue High School community participated in Spirit Week from Dec. 7-11. In the middle of the week, the Student Council hosted a field goal kick event.
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, 2017 are invited to apply for admission, on behalf of their child, to the Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program during the 2017-18 school year.