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.
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.
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.
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.
During the month of November, the third graders at Gardiners Avenue learned about the United States Government. One of the highlights was completing a flip book.
Lee Road Elementary School fourth graders recently engaged in a hands-on lesson all about energy. The students learned about what an electric circuit is and were provided with materials to build a simple circuit of their own.
STEAM is in the Air in Ms. Corron's fifth grade class! The fifth grade students in Ms. Corron's class applied what they learned about gravity from the Science Dimensions unit titled, "Systems in Space," to create models of parachutes.
Two seniors from Division Avenue High School were recognized as QuestBridge National College Match finalists.
To celebrate the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, third grade students in Susan O'Daly's class at Northside Elementary School read "Balloons Over Broadway: The True Story of the Puppeteer of Macy's Parade" by Melissa Sweet.
Three high school seniors recently committed to college teams post-graduation. Division Avenue High School's Nick Roselli will play Division I baseball at Sacred Heart University.
The Northside Elementary School community recently organized its annual Thanksgiving Food Drive to support Northside families in need for the holidays.
Four seniors were recognized as 2020 All-State participants and/or alternates by the New York State School Music Association.
Students and staff celebrated Veterans Day throughout the district on Nov. 10. Classes found creative ways to recognize and appreciate all those who have served in the military for our freedom.
Mrs. Suriano and Mrs. Porr's class has been very busy celebrating Veterans Day! First, they listened to a history video that taught them about the holiday and why it is celebrated.
Remote and hybrid students from Wisdom Lane Middle School are uniting through the power of exercise, thanks to the school's physical education department.
Each year the Levittown Public Schools celebrates literature through its Summer Reading Extravaganza program.
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.
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 fourth graders have been learning about the engineering process. The students participated in an Index Card Structure Challenge.
After Ms. Lynch's class read Diary of A Spider by Doreen Cronin, the children constructed a huge spider web, using social distancing. The student's also pretended to be one of the characters in the story (Grandpa) and wrote postcards to Spider telling about their adventures.
During the month of October, the kindergarten students at Gardiners Avenue School learned about pumpkins.
Remote and hybrid students from Wisdom Lane Middle School in John Lipani and Edward Moore's sixth grade class recently transformed into scribes from Ancient Mesopotamia.
Seventh graders, both remote and in-person, in Leslie Maynard's science class at Wisdom Lane Middle School recently participated in a weather project about clouds while studying weather variables.
Due to their exceptional scores on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, four high school seniors from the Levittown Public Schools were recently honored in the College Board National Recognition Programs.
Division Avenue High School senior Tarangini Arunachalam was selected as a finalist in the 2020 Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship Program.
Over the summer and through the fall, Mia Frattura worked collaboratively with another student and an expert in the field of Historical Climatology.
Two hundred eighty-eight students from both Division Avenue High School and General Douglas MacArthur High School were recognized as Advanced Placement Scholars by the College Board for their scores on college-level Advanced Placement exams.
Four seniors from Division Avenue High School, along with a junior from Hicksville High School, recently started Patterns for Patients, a small non-profit organization that sends care packages filled with handmade bracelets, toys, stickers and masks (if allowed) to pediatric hospitals.
The Levittown Public Schools Board of Education gathered at Levittown Memorial Education Center on Oct. 14 for its regular board of education meeting.
If you have a child/children residing in the Levittown School District and was born between December 2, 2015 and December 1, 2016 they will be eligible for kindergarten for the 2021-22 school year.
For some 33 years, Levittown has implemented a highly successful program in drug education/prevention program. Traditionally, we have had many activities. This year, we have had to make changes to the program due to Covid-19.
First graders in Kristen Merkle's class from Northside Elementary School recently participated in an engaging lesson that not only tested their imaginations but their knowledge of nouns.
Neither the summer nor the pandemic could slow down MacArthur's science research students.
The district is pleased to announce that nine seniors from Division Avenue High School and General Douglas MacArthur High School earned the title of Commended Student in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program.
MacArthur High School senior Nicholas Logozzo received the Computing Medal Award from the Rochester Institute of Technology for outstanding achievement in computing during the 2019-2020 academic year.
Senior Cole Parmentier from MacArthur High School was presented with the Rensselaer Medal for academic excellence in math and science.
Fifth grade students from Lee Road Elementary School observed International Dot Day on Sept. 15. The special day was created based on Peter H. Reynolds' book "The Dot."
Emily Zhang, a senior from General Douglas MacArthur High School, has recently been recognized as one of 16,000 National Merit semifinalists in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program.
The Levittown Public Schools Board of Education held its first regular meeting since the start of the new school year on Sept. 16.
After being away from school for months due to the pandemic and summer break, students from the Levittown Public Schools received a warm welcome back on Sept. 8.