Students at Abbey Lane Elementary School in the Levittown Public School District designed parade-style balloons in celebration of Thanksgiving and the annual parade in New York City.
Twelve athletes from Division Avenue High School and General Douglas MacArthur High School in the Levittown Public School District signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at a variety of colleges and universities.
The students of Gardiners Avenue are extremely excited to be playing Football. The students in grades K-5 have been working on the various skills of throwing, catching and hiking the ball.
General Douglas MacArthur High School is proud to announce that two students have been chosen as recipients of the 2022-23 Heisman High School Scholarship award.
October has been a busy month filled with fun activities for Mrs. Schadt's second graders. Every Friday during the month of October, the children dressed in pink to support breast Cancer awareness.
This fall, students in Ms. Corron's fifth grade class participated in the science unit, Spaceship Earth: Systems in Space. During this unit of study, students explored Earth's rotation, patterns of day and night, daily/seasonal shadow patterns and lengths, seasonal patterns and changes, planets and the solar system, and gravity.
Led by coach Greg Larkin, the Levittown District Girls Varsity High School Swim and Dive Team are the 2022 Conference 3 Champions. The team ended their dual meet season with a perfect 8-0 record. This was Levittown District's second Conference Championship in the last four years.
Division Avenue High School in the Levittown Public School District is proud to announce that two students have been chosen as a State Winner and the School Winner of the 2022-23 Heisman High School Scholarship award.
Performers from General Douglas MacArthur High School in the Levittown Public School District showcased a sneak peek at their upcoming presentation of "Mamma Mia!"
Is peace possible? Can artwork and the spoken word engage in questions about peace? Can art be used as a medium to foster dialogue and understanding? Division Avenue High School students affirmatively answered these questions in powerful and engaging ways at Adelphi University.
On Oct. 30, the Division Avenue High School Marching Band competed in the New York State Field Band Conference held at the Carrier Dome at Syracuse University.
On Oct. 29th, the Division Avenue High School Varsity Cheerleading team, coached by Cristen Ronzo and Liz Lynch, won the New York State Game Day East Invitational, which was held in Arlington, NY.
The fourth grade students combined Fall Fun and Reading into a project culminating with Pumpkin characters!
The Division Avenue High School marching band in the Levittown Public School District is enjoying an undefeated season as they soon head to Syracuse to compete in the New York State Championship.
During the month of October, the kindergarten children at Gardiners Avenue School explored the topic of pumpkins.
The Gardiners Avenue community celebrated the much anticipated grand opening of their first school store, the Mustang Market, on Oct. 21.
Students and staff at Gardiners Avenue Elementary School in the Levittown Public School District were dedicated to the cause of breast cancer awareness throughout the month of October by donning pink and raising more than $2,000.
Four seniors in the Levittown Public School District were named Commended Students in the prestigious 2023 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Ms. Lori Katcher, a Wisdom Lane Middle School music teacher of many years, reunited with some of her former students at the Boston College parents' weekend recently.
Senior Natalia Pszeniczny participated in the High School Research Program (HSRP) at Brookhaven National Laboratory as a summer research intern.
MacArthur senior Natalia Pszeniczny, alongside partners Daniel O'Connor of Long Beach High School, and Samantha Friedman of Oceanside High School, collaborated on a research project pertaining to marine ecology and human impacts.
It was a grand affair as the Division Avenue High School community participated in the annual homecoming parade and game against Valley Stream North on Sept. 17.
This summer, Ana Compton participated in the Simons Summer Research Program, where she worked in the Laser Teaching Center, which is a part of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Stony Brook University.
Previous research suggests that the media-primarily magazines, television, and film-have negatively and inaccurately depicted disordered eating.
On August 18, 19, 22 and 23, the MacArthur High School Marching Band, under the direction of Joseph Romano, held its annual summer "Marching Madness" program.
It was a celebratory day in Levittown Public Schools as students and staff returned to their respective school buildings on Sept. 6 ready to tackle a new year of learning.
The legacy of former Levittown Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Tonie McDonald will forever be a part of Division Avenue High School, now both in name and spirit.
It is with great enthusiasm and pride that I assume the role of Superintendent of Schools. Having started my career as a social studies teacher at Division Avenue High School in 1995, it is truly an honor to be selected to lead the district I have called home for most of my professional career.
Incoming sixth graders at Jonas E. Salk and Wisdom Lane middle schools in the Levittown Public School District stepped into a new chapter at their respective orientations on Aug. 24 and 29.
Ninth graders beginning their high school careers were welcomed to Division Avenue High School in the Levittown Public School District on Aug. 25.
Daniel Fazio has been announced as the new assistant principal at Division Avenue High School in the Levittown Public School District.
New teachers in the Levittown Public School District were welcomed during new teacher orientation at Levittown Memorial Education Center on Aug. 29-30.
Students in the Marine Biology summer program in the Levittown Public School District recently had the opportunity to explore Long Island's north shore marine environment through a variety of engaging activities.
Elementary English language learners from the Levittown Public School District are engaged in a four-week ENL Summer Jumpstart program held at Levittown Memorial Education Center, where students participate in hands-on activities to strengthen a variety of skills.
Students in the Adventures in Local History summer program in the Levittown Public School District have enjoyed trips to several nearby historical sites, helping shed light on the significance of these important landmarks.
Students are furthering their understanding of integral educational concepts while having fun and relying on imagination and innovation at the Levittown Public Schools and SCOPE Education Services Summer Enrichment program, hosted at Abbey Lane Elementary School and Wisdom Lane Middle School.
Wisdom Lane Middle School was chosen to receive a $1,500 grant courtesy of the Walmart Community Grant Program. The program receives more than 150,000 applications each year.
The Levittown School District Board of Education selected its officers for the 2022-2023 school year and officially welcomed its new superintendent at the July 5 reorganization meeting at the Levittown Memorial Education Center.