We are excited to announce our Levittown Hall of Fame project. Levittown School District is looking to honor the best and brightest who have graduated from our schools and become leaders in their fields. If you would like to nominate someone for the Levittown Hall of Fame, click here for additional information on the Hall of Fame Project.
Music is everywhere! We hear it at home, in the car, at the mall, on television, in concert halls, and even at sporting events.
It is one of the most pervasive experiences in today's world.
Students will soon be registering for instrumental music for the 2017-2018 school year. To help children select an appropriate instrument and to provide parents with details about our program, we would like to invite you and your child to attend our annual District Instrumental Music Night on Monday May 1, 2017.
Camp Invention is the only nationally recognized, non-profit summer enrichment program that is inspired by the brightest thinkers around-the Inductees of the National Inventors Hall of Fame. Open to all Levittown Students entering 3rd, 4th , 5th grade in the upcoming 2017-2018 school year. Students will engage in hands-on activities that promote engagement with STEM through the lenses of invention and entrepreneurship.
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.
Students from Wisdom Lane and Jonas E. Salk middle schools who are members of the National History Day Club entered research papers and visual presentations for the regional competition held at Hofstra University on March 19.
GC Tech students competed for awards during the annual skills showcase held at Levittown Memorial Education Center on Feb. 13. Orchestrated by the center's teachers and staff, the event provided students with the opportunity to demonstrate acquired skills for potential employers and colleges, as well as parents and administrators.
On April 4, 2017, MacArthur's Business Ownership and Marketing students Joseph Apollo, Ryan O'Shea, Joseph Razza, Jake Sarni, and Ryan Wall were first place winners in the 5th annual Nassau County Comptroller's Entrepreneurial Challenge.
The District is pleased to announce that Jonas E. Salk Middle School Assistant Principal Patrick Mulligan received the national Teacher Leadership Award from the Academy for Character Education at the Sage Colleges.
Congratulations to the 8th grade Science Research team who competed in the NYS Science Olympiad Tournament in Syracuse over spring break. They earned their spot once again, keeping the tradition alive with our 14 year streak competing at the state level.
Wisdom Lane's seventh grade Science and English teachers would like to congratulate Gary Nepravishta, Madison Loscalzo, Agnes Wilson and Nikhil Keer on winning awards in the Long Island Stage of the 2017 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Space Systems Technical Committee Essay Contest.
Abbey Lane Elementary School faculty members Jessica Kaufman, Dr. Edel McCarville, Jennifer Pignataro, Rich Schwartz and Diana Taormina were invited to present a proposal on Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports during the Teach to Lead Summit held at LIU Post on Jan. 12.
Abbey Lane students are challenging the stereotype of being "macho." During an assembly with MACHO Man Foundation founder Cary Epstein, the students learned that MACHO is an acronym, which spelled out, means my actions can help others.
East Broadway students have added ballroom dance to their list of educational skills. The students have been learning the tango, merengue, fox trot and rumba during a ten-week workshop with dance instructor Jessica Salvesen of Dancing Classroom of Long Island.
First Grade students at Gardiners Avenue School continue to build autism awareness by creating a poster designed with unique puzzle pieces. Each student used a word as a focal point in the center of the puzzle piece to show how we should treat one another.
This month the fifth grade students were actively engaged in science lessons that centered on the study of matter. Through many hands on activities in the NYS Mystery Matter science kits, the students gained an understanding of molecular structure, atoms, phases of matter, physical changes and chemical changes.
The children in Mrs. McLaughlin's First Grade class and the children in Mrs. Pase's Second Grade class worked collaboratively to create a giant gingerbread house using the power of cross-disciplinary learning. The acronym STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math.
Students and teachers at Northside School participated in "Healthy Snack Day" and discussed developing healthier attitudes towards food. PTA chairpersons Diane Maiorana and Jill Pinner organized the annual event at which many parents prepared trays filled with assorted fruits and vegetables for all the students, staff and teachers.
The Northside Peer Leadership Club, facilitated by teacher, Ms. Ryan Shaw, has twenty members from the fourth and fifth grades who help others and make a difference in the school community.
Gardiners Avenue School Hosts 2nd Annual Field of Honor Hundreds of U.S. flags will once again fly at Gardiners Avenue School as the Levittown School District hosts the 2nd Annual Field of Honor display honoring all veterans for their service and sacrifice given in defense of our nation.
Please visit our Field of Honor Event Page for more information.
Parent Portal Update:
Report Cards for the 3rd Marking Period, are now available on the Parent Portal, for High School and Middle School students.