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Standing on the side of the field in his blue Division Avenue football jersey, beaming from ear to ear, was senior and football team/bench manager D.J. Stephens. Stephens, a 20-year-old student with Down syndrome, was recruited as an honorary member of the team at the beginning of the season and has helped ensure practices and games run smoothly every step of the way.
String Musicians to Attend LISFA Festivals
The district is pleased to announce that eight student-musicians have been selected to participate in the Long Island String Festival Association Junior High School and Senior High School festivals.
Connecting GC Tech Students to STEM in Action LIVE From a Working Aluminum Plant
To celebrate National Manufacturing Day, students in Mr. Samilo's Electrical Technology class participated in a Virtual Field Trip and Career Overview from one of Alcoa's largest U.S. plants located in Davenport, Iowa.
Dragon Pride Reigns at Division Avenue HS
A beautiful, clear blue sky was the perfect backdrop for Division Avenue High School's annual homecoming parade and game on Sept. 20.
Division Students Earn All-County Jazz Honors
Division Avenue High School proudly boasts of two talented music students, Kara Burke (12) and Anthony Anzano (11) who have been selected to perform with the 2015 NMEA All County Vocal Jazz ensemble. Only six students for each voice part are accepted each year to be in this elite group, which culls vocalists from across the county through rigorous auditions.
MacArthur's Science Research: Past, Present, Future
MacArthur's Science Research students continue to contribute to the understanding of the world around them, even after graduation. One of the responsibilities of scientists is to present their findings at symposiums and conferences and to eventually publish their research in peer reviewed science journals.
MacArthur Student Attends Cyber-Security Panel Discussion
Jake Iannacone, class of 2017, attended the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cyber-Security Panel Discussion and Tour of the United States Secret Service New York Field Office on October 7, 2014. The event included a panel with DHS experts who serve as the lead for the federal government for securing civilian government computer systems.
National Junior Honor Society Holds Food Drive
The National Junior Honor Society held a food drive at Stop and Shop in Levittown on Friday, October 3. Due to the generosity of so many shoppers, the Levittown Food Pantry received an SUV worth of donations. The Pantry, located at Wisdom Lane Middle School, helps members of the Levittown community. Thank you neighbors for your support.
Abbey Lane Students Learn About Fish
The fifth grade students at Abbey Lane Elementary have been studying crayfish and had live specimens in each classroom. Each student learned how crayfish eat and how they protect themselves.
East Broadway Recycling Club
Pictured are East Broadway students with new recycling bins from the Town of Hempstead. They were presented to East Broadway on September 23, 2014 when Mr. Gary Hudes and Kate Murray visited our school and discussed recycling in our community.
Lee Road Students Learn Bus Safety
Lee Road Elementary students recently received bus safety training from district bus drivers. All students, as per state guidelines, receive training regarding proper behavior as well as procedures in the event of an emergency. Finally, drivers then show the children how to safely exit from the rear of the bus.
Standing Up Against Drugs and Alcohol
Detective Pamela Stark, a community affairs representative with the Nassau County Police Department, visited students at Lee Road Elementary School to discuss the importance of healthy choices and the dangers of drugs and alcohol.
Fire Safety at Summit Lane
The school finalists for the Fire Safety Contest were presented with award certificates and gift cards to Friendly's at the October PTA meeting.
Summit Lane Students Learn About Fish
A representative from I Fish NY visited the 5th grade classes to present to the students about fish. Students learned about a variety of salt and fresh water fish.
Northside Students Learn Fire Prevention
Northside School students learned about fire prevention and precautions when members of the Levittown Fire Department gave an informative presentation. Firefighters included Fire Chief, Don Epple, Joel Bearman, who led the assembly, Ken Zwerling, Andy Booth, Howie Gersbeck, Tom Spreckels, Kevin Powell, Matt Sweeney, who demonstrated firefighter's clothing and gear, Matt Angelletta, Sean Conklin and Bryan Palmer.
Northside Students Plant Corn Stalks, Asters and Violas
Northside Students (pictured) were selected by fourth grade teachers, Ms. Alison Fleigner and Mrs. Debbie Libby, and fifth grade teacher Mrs. Linda Ungar to help plant corn stalks, asters and violas this fall.
New Phone System and Phone Numbers: Our new phone system is in place. Please click here for more information and new building numbers.
Heart Screen NY - Free Youth Heart Screening: Parents, don't pass up on an opportunity for a FREE non-invasive heart screening for children, age 12-24, on October 25, 2014 (9:00 AM - 3:00 PM). Cardiac screenings are an effective way to detect underlying conditions. Please click here for more information.

Parent Portal Update: Parents of high school and middle school students may now login to the Parent Portal to check your child's grades and any mid-quarter comments that may be posted by the teacher.

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.

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