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Bailey Gribben, a senior at Division Avenue was honored on Thursday to ring the NASDAQ opening bell in Times Square as a representative to the Children’s Tumor Foundation.
LEADDing the Way to a Healthy and Productive Life
A crisp fall morning was the backdrop for a one-mile trek through the neighborhood during the district's annual Levittown Education Against Destructive Decisions Walk and Community Fair on Oct. 26. This much-anticipated event was the culmination of a week of school assemblies that highlighted ways for students and staff to live healthy lives and make decisions resulting in positive outcomes.
Computer Animation Explores College Options
The students attending GC Tech for Computer Animation are likely to continue in the field. Within the last few weeks several College representatives spoke to the Animation students describing what their institutions have to offer.
A Showcase of Culinary Talents
Culinary and food service students enrolled in Levittown's Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center prepared a restaurant-quality meal for family, staff and Board of Education trustees in the Panther Room at Levittown Memorial Education Center. The menu included prime rib, baked potatoes and cheesecake.
Bailey Gribben and The Children's Tumor Foundation Ring Opening Bell at NASDAQ
Bailey Gribben, a senior at Division Avenue was honored on Thursday to ring the NASDAQ opening bell in Times Square as a representative to the Children's Tumor Foundation.
Top DAHS Students Attend Blue and Silver Luncheon
Division Avenue High School's Class of 2015 top achieving seniors attended the exclusive Blue and Silver Luncheon, a longstanding tradition that celebrates the accomplishments of those with the top cumulative scores and those who have demonstrated school leadership during their four years of high school. Also in attendance were Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tonie McDonald, members of the Board of Education, curriculum associates and guidance counselors.
MacArthur Boys Varsity Soccer to Play For Nassau County Championship
The MacArthur boys varsity soccer team defeated previously unbeaten Plainview JFK in the Nassau County semi finals by a score of 2 to 0.
Peters to Attend Perry Outreach Program
Jenna Peters, a junior at MacArthur High School in Levittown, was accepted to the Perry Outreach Program, a competitive daylong program for young women in high school, college and medical school who are interested in pursuing further study in orthopedics and engineering.
Salk Science Class Gets a Visit From Nassau County's EMT and AMT
Our class was fascinated by the responsibilities of an Emergency Medical Technician as well as an Ambulance Medical Technician. Mr. Chris Cammarata (EMT) & his coworker, Mr. Steve Doucette (AMT).
Salk's First Annual, "Turkey Bowl"
Jonas E. Salk Recreation Club hosted its first annual, Turkey Bowl on Monday, November 10, 2014 under the supervision of Mr. Agovino & Mrs. Tuccillo. Over 100 6th, 7th & 8th grade boys & girls competed in a 6v6 flag football tournament under the lights on the MacArthur turf.
Wisdom Lane Students Celebrate French Week
Wisdom Lane students celebrated French week by posting information about France around the school. The week was highlight by a homeroom food drive that will benefit the Levittown food pantry. Mrs. Auer's sixth grade class, the winner of the homeroom food drive, was treated to a delicious French breakfast by Madame Humphreys and her French students.
Wisdom Lane's Earth & Space Club Attends NASA Lecture
Some members of the Earth & Space Club attended the November meeting of the American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics (AIAA). The topic of the lecture was the aborted space walk that happened in July, 2013.
Abbey Lane Students Immersed in Native American Culture
Fourth-graders at Abbey Lane Elementary were immersed in lessons about traditional Native American culture during a two-day program called "Journeys into American Indian Territory," a traveling museum featuring Native American educators Unaian Bruno and Maddi Cheers, who discussed the culture and customs of the Eastern Woodland native people.
Abbey Lane Students Visit Safety Town
Wednesday, November 12, 2014 Mrs. Bartolomeo's third grade class went to Safety Town in Eisenhower Park. We learned about the rules of the road and bicycle safety. The best part was getting to ride on a bicycle and in go carts that we controlled. We learned a lot in such a fun way!!
A Visit to the Levittown Museum
As part of a unit on neighborhoods and civic responsibility, East Broadway students learned about the history of their community with a visit to the Levittown Museum. Located in the Levittown Memorial Education Center basement, this robust collection of neighborhood artifacts gave the students a clear vision of life in the planned community built by Levitt & Sons between 1947 and 1951.
East Broadway Students Learn At The Levittown Museum
East Broadway's second graders, from Mrs. Cavanaugh's class, enjoyed a trip to the Levittown museum. The children learned how the community began and were able to play some old time games like Get the Clothespin in the Milk Bottle. Fun was had by all!
Gardiner's Ave. Students Design Cards for Veterans
First-graders at Gardiners Avenue Elementary School Displayed gratitude to veterans by designing cards and writing thank-you notes for their service and dedication to the country.
Gardiners Student Donates Birthday Money to Breast Cancer Research
Isabella Matarazzo recently celebrated her 8th birthday. She received $100 from her grandmother. Most third grade girls might immediately be thinking about buying a new outfit or adding to their Shopkins collection. Isabella, however, had other things on her mind.
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.
Lee Road Students Learn Veterans Are Superheroes
During a visit from Valerie Pfundstein, author of a picture book titled "Veteran Heroes in Our Neighborhood," Lee Road Elementary School students learned that veterans are similar to "superheroes" in that they have secret identities, save people, keep communities safe and dress in uniforms.
Summit Lane Fire Safety Winner
Congratulations to Hope Donitz in Mrs.Cambronero's class at Summit Lane! She is the Levittown district winner for her grade in the Fire Safety Contest! The Levittown Fire Department drove her to school in a fire truck! Way to go, Hope!
Super Readers at Summit Lane
On Tuesday, October 28, Summit Lane PTA sponsored a Super Readers Event. Each student in the school was allowed to select a FREE book of his/her choice. Each student also received a bookmark designed by one of their classmates, Joshua Chong.
Northside Students Dress Up For Halloween
Students at Northside School came dressed in colorful, creative costumes on Halloween. Many muscle men, story book princesses, super heroes, ghouls and goblins arrived with their musical instruments to play at the Orchestra rehearsal before school on Halloween morning.
Northside Holds Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive
Northside School held its annual Thanksgiving Food Drive in November with the help of Northside teachers, staff, families and students. The Helping Hands Committee, comprised of Northside teachers, helped to fund the drive.
New Phone System and Phone Numbers: Our new phone system is in place. Please click here for more information and new building numbers.
GC-Tech College Fair: The GC-Tech College Fair will be held on Friday, December 12th, 2014 from 8:00 am - 9:30 am for the morning session and 12:00 pm - 1:30pm for the afternoon session. All GC-Tech parents are invited.

Parent Portal: Elementary Report Cards for the 1st marking period will be available after 3 pm on Wed., Nov 19th. Secondary Report Cards for the 1st marking period will be available after 3 pm on Thu., Nov 20th.

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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