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Levittown schools have a longstanding tradition of distinction in music. The program contains elements not found in many Long Island districts. In addition to the traditional offerings of band, chorus and orchestra, Levittown offers piano, guitar and electronic music which includes digital recording technology.
Your Brain on Drugs
Dr. Stephen L. Dewey, Center for Behavioral and Molecular Imaging investigator at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, shared his research with Levittown School District's secondary-level students on the effect of drugs on the human brain's function and structure.
GC-Tech's Automotive Program Receives NATEF Certification
GC Tech has been officially NATEF Certified which means the Automotive Program at GC Tech will be nationally recognized on the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation registry.
Students Showcase Career and Technical Skills
Students enrolled at Levittown's Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center competed for awards during the annual skills showcase.
Division Avenue Students Go to the Supreme Court
On February 4th and February 11th Mrs. Crusco's Mock Trial Team participated in the New York State Mock Trial Tournament and went to the Nassau County Supreme Court to Litigate a Civil case.
Boys Varsity Swim Team goes Undefeated Winning the Conference III Championship
The 2014-15 season was a breakthrough year for the Levittown Boys' Varsity Swim Team as they went undefeated to win the Conference III Championship.
MacArthur HS Athletes Are Signed
Five MacArthur High School varsity athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to continue playing their sport on the college level.
MacArthur Senior - Semifinalist at Junior Science and Humanities Symposium
Sabrina Chasen, MacArthur Senior, was selected as a Semifinalist for the New York City and Long Island Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS) which was held at CUNY York College on Sunday, February 8th.
A Celebration of Culture
Salk Middle School students celebrated the various cultures and traditions of 17 English as a Second Language students, who displayed information about their countries' food, sports and traditions during International Day.
Salk Students Compete in the First Lego League Robotics Competition
On January 31, 2015, the Robotics club competed in the First Lego League Robotics Qualifying Competition. Teams of students are tasked with designing and building a robot to compete against other teams from around Long Island.
A Friendly Technology Competition
Levittown Middle School Science Olympiad students prepared themselves for the March 7 regional Science Olympiad competition by holding a friendly scrimmage against their cross-town rival Salk Middle School so each team could test its skills prior to the regional competition.
A Patriotic Pen at Wisdom Lane
Wisdom Lane Middle School students Aidan Santiago, Michael Mooney, Deanna Tomaselli and Adriana Lemieuz took first through fourth place, respectively, in the Levittown Veterans of Foreign Wars Patriot's Pen Essay Contest.
John Theissen Visits Abbey Lane
The Abbey Lane Student Council was honored to have Mr. John Theissen come talk to them about his wonderful foundation, The Children's Foundation.
Abbey Lane Holds Inaugural Spelling Bee
Third-grader Alex Gao was the first-place winner of the school's inaugural spelling bee; fourth-grader Cole Stellman took second place.
A Special Guest Presenter at East Broadway School
Mr. Lichter a science teacher and parent of one of our students came to teach the students about friction and static electricity.
East Broadway Terrific Kids
The fifth grade students of East Broadway proudly accepted their Terrific Kids Awards that were voted from their classmates. They received it from Mrs. Wink, Mr. Pappas and their fifth grade teachers for January and February. Terrific Job
Gardiners Ave. Students Enjoy Workshops From the Children's Museum
The Long Island Children's Museum provides opportunities for students to have fun and learn through exhibit exploration and participation . That's exactly what the Fourth Graders from Gardiners Avenue did.
Get A Voice Assembly at Gardiners Avenue
As part of the Gardiners Avenue Get.A.Voice program, we have been encouraging students to stand up for others and become 'a Defender' when they see bullying.
Lee Road Students Face Their Library's Monster
According to monster detective Jason Edwards, there was a monster residing in the Lee Road library. Mr. Edwards of Face Your Monsters made a special trip to help teams of junior student detectives find the lurking beast by solving clues and decoding messages that led them to an array of shelved library books.
Summit Lane Kindergarteners Celebrate the 100th Day in Style
Summit Lane's kindergarten classes strutted their stuff to show their families just how much they have learned in the first 100 days of school.
Abe Lincoln Comes to Life at Summit Lane
In celebration of Presidents Day, Summit Lane students became more acquainted with Civil War President Abraham Lincoln during an interactive dramatic program with actor and storyteller Lou Del Bianco.
Northside PARP Program Success
The Parents as Reading Partners program sponsored by the Northside School PTA and chaired by Linda Testamark and Virginia Silvestro was a big success in its two week duration in February. The 2015 PARP theme was Alice in Wonderland and its kick-off was a family movie night in which students and their parents watched the cartoon version of Lewis Carroll's famous book.
Northside PTA Parents as Reading Partners Tea Party
In keeping with the theme of "Alice in Wonderland", Northside's PTA held a tea party for students who read the most from each class and for the class with most minutes read during the two week span of the Parents as Reading Partners program in February.
Parent Portal Update: Course Requests for the 2015-2016 school year, for all 5th through 11th grade students, are now available on the Parent Portal.

Blackboard Connect-ED / Connect 5 Message Center Update: You can now replay Connect-ED messages at any time. To replay messages please call 1-855-4Replay (1-855-473-7529) from the phone in which the original message was received. Please click here for more information.

New Phone System and Phone Numbers: Our new phone system is in place. Please click here for more information and new building numbers.

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