Levittown community members, friends and families packed the auditorium at Wisdom Lane Middle School for the school's drama club production of Into the Woods Jr. on Jan. 10 and 11.
The guidance department at General Douglas MacArthur High School was recognized with the Office of The Week award from the radio station KJOY 98.3 during the week of Jan. 6-10.
Elementary school students throughout the district recently competed in their school's annual Spelling Bee!
Summit Lane Elementary School fifth graders in Jennifer O'Brien's class rang in the new year with a specia "Noon Years" celebration in their classroom on Jan. 8.
Jacquelyn Devaney, a senior from Division Avenue High School, was recently recognized as one of 1,928 students to be selected as a semifinalist in the 2020 Coca-Cola Scholars Program.
At its Jan. 8 meeting, the Levittown Public Schools Board of Education received a special presentation from students and staff highlighting the new programs that had been offered during summer 2019.
Dr. David Fryling, a music professor at Hofstra University, led a conducting workshop for Tri-M Music Honor Society students from Division Avenue and MacArthur High School.
The Division Avenue High School varsity cheerleading team earned first place in the coed division during their cheer competition on Jan. 4.
Seventy-five of General Douglas MacArthur High School's top seniors were recognized for their exceptional academic accomplishments during the school's annual Generals Breakfast on Jan. 3.
This December, Ms. Manzi's second grade class visited the Levittown Public Library
Wisdom Lane sixth graders enrolled in the Family and Consumer Science course, recently received a special visit from Nassau Financial Federal Credit Union representatives.
Eighty-two seventh and eighth grade students from Salk Middle School recently raised $400 for the nonprofit organization, Kids In Danger, during the school's annual Tyler's Teddies fundraiser.
Students and staff from Salk Middle School dressed in festive attire for the school's annual Holiday Jamboree.
Emily Gillis, recently accomplished an enormous feat, joining the exclusive 1,000-point scoring club.
Fifty-one students from Abbey Lane Elementary School were selected to have their 'Spooky Sagas' published by Young Writers.
Members of Abbey Lane Elementary School's Get a Voice Club are making a difference in their school.
Parents who have a child/children residing in the Levittown School District and have attained the age of four years on or before December 1, 2017 are invited to apply for admission, on behalf of their child, to the Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program during the 2017-18 school year.
Wisdom Lane Middle School students and staff are taking the season of giving to heart by participating in several fundraisers to give back to community members in need.
Summit Lane fifth graders showcased their unique skills and talents during Summit Lane Elementary School's fifth grade talent show on Dec. 17.
Seniors Erin Cacciuttolo and Philip Konior from Division Avenue High School and Joe Manfredo and Nina Scanze from General Douglas MacArthur High School were recently honored with the 2019-2020 Outstanding Physical Education Student of the Year Award.
Varsity wrestling teams from Division Avenue High School and General Douglas MacArthur High School recently participated in a Wrestling Takes Down Drugs Day in the Jonas E. Salk Middle School gymnasium.
The Division Avenue Lady Dragons basketball team won the Kim Klein MacArthur basketball tournament on Dec. 6.
As part of their unit on energy, East Broadway Elementary School fourth graders engaged in a Doodle SnowBot STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics) project on Dec. 11.
In preparation for our school wide "Deck the Doors" project, the students in Ms. Furlong's third grade class have been "hands on" helpers!
Fifth graders in Ms. Seo's class are mayors of their own snow globe town!
This month in Ms. Borst's fourth grade class, we incorporated the theme of winter into our creative writing!
Students at Lee Road Elementary School learned about the importance of recycling and how to help the environment on Dec. 10
It was a spirited affair on Dec. 11 for the final Levittown Pubic Schools Board of Education meeting of the decade.
The students have been very busy in Literacy Center during the month of November
Eighty-nine talented student-musicians from grades 5-12 were recently selected to perform in the Nassau Music Educators Association All-County Festival
Northside Elementary School staff members proudly kicked off Northside's new character education program
Gardiners Avenue kindergartners recently celebrated the holiday season with a gingerbread house activity.
Thirty-seven of Division Avenue High School's top achievers from the Class of 2020 were honored during the school's annual Blue and Silver Luncheon on Dec. 5.
The varsity cheerleading team from Division Avenue High School had a triumphant start to their competition season.
The Kindergarteners have been immersed in STEAM and Literacy events during the month of November!
Dana Sciamecca, 7th grader at Salk, was selected to have her short story published by Young Writers for their "Survival Stories"
Members of the Wisdom Lane Middle School community gave back throughout the month of November with a friendly "Novembeard" competition among the staff.
Five seniors from both Division Avenue and MacArthur recently made their college commitments to play at the collegiate level.
The New York Giants and Gatorade have selected Mr. Bobby Fehrenbach of McArthur High School as the Lou Rettino High School Coach of the Week.
Mya Melendez, 6th grader at Salk, was selected to have her short story published by Young Writers for their "Survival Stories: Mission Contamination" Mini Saga Contest.