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Friday, Sep. 17, 2021
Today Is: Day 2
Levittown Public Schools
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Salk Clubs and Activities

Community Service

Many Salk students are involved in community service projects. Whether it is through their place of worship, scouts, community organization or family, the lessons taught by helping others are invaluable, and help to shape empathetic and caring individuals.

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Club Name

Club Description

Club Advisor Name

Art Club

Work with the students on a variety of mediums. This club is open to all students who wish to join.

Marion Attias

Buddy Program

Students work with the ABA population after school hours. Students will play games and do arts and crafts.

Richard Cirillo, Colleen Pacillo

Builders Club

Work with student population to help coordinate various fundraising activities.

Kim Welsch

Chamber Choir

Students must audition to participate in this performance-based club. The members practice challenging music that will be performed at the school concerts.

Lisa Grande


Students learn how to play the game of Chess.

Colleen Eck


Students participate doing daily on-air broadcasts over the "PA".

Richard Cirillo

Cooking Club

Students learn basic cooking techniques. These techniques are applied in the kitchen as students learn how to cook.

D. Camacho, Donna Kotowski, L. Sforza


Performance-based club.

Lisa Levenberg, Richard Cirillo

Early Bird Exercise Club

Students will have the opportunity to exercise before school in the morning.

Jeffrey Aiello


Work with the GO student officers in creating school-wide activities.

Dan Agovino, R. Essex, E. Tuccillo

Honor Society

The National Junior Honor Society is an organization open to 7 th and 8 th grade students. This organization promotes appropriate recognition for students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, character, leadership, and citizenship. NJHS is involved in many humanitarian activities throughout the school year.

Requirements of the National Junior Honor Society are maintained.

D. Cai-Hsiu, L. Ortega

Jazz Band

Students are exposed to a different music genre and as a result grow musically

Richard Alexander

Junior Leaders

Select group of 8th grade students take an active role in helping to support the traits of our RISE program.

M. Lyons, Noreen Williams

Lighting & Sound

Students learn how to utilize the sound board to help control the lights and microphones during performances.

Lisa Levenberg


High End mathematics students are prep to compete in the Math Olympiads at Hofstra.

Kelly DeCunzo

Movie Maker

Students use Movie Maker & Power Point programs to create their own topic movies using pictures & sounds found on the web or from pictures or videos taken themselves. Also make short videos for the school.

Julie Joshuakutty, Nectaria Kourkoumelis

Multi-Cultural Club

Introduces the club members to the variety of cultures that we offer in our school.

Linora Ortega

Newspaper Club

Students get to actively participate in the creation of the school newspapers.

Colleen Eck

Peer Tutoring

Formalized students-based tutoring.

Meghann Hodge


Encourages positive interaction among students

A. Fallo

Rec Night

Variety of activities were setup for students to participate in after-school hours.

Dan Agovino, Erica Tucillo


Club designed to help support our RISE characteristics and values.

Colleen Eck, Lisa Poggioli

Robotics Club

Prepares the students to compete in First Lego League competition.

Joseph Castelli, Joseph Giardina

Salk Sprouts Garden Club

Students will learn how to use a greenhouse to grow flowers and vegetables from seedlings.

Ronnie Attanasio, Kirsten Murphy

School Store

Students may purchase supplies during specified times.

Jeffrey Aiello

Spanish Language Club

National organization for community service.

V. Miller

String Ensemble

Students will be enriched in this field and provided with additional insight that goes beyond the classroom.

Angela Sposato

Student Connections

Club will foster positive relationships and good character among students and promote school spirit through various activities keeping in mind RISE principles.

JoAnn Papach

Tri-M Honor Society

A nationally recognized performance Honor Society.

Linda Plank

Visual Media

Students work and help maintain our information center.

William Kind


Students get to actively participate in the creation of the Yearbook.

Kathryn Marolachakis, Megan Walsh


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