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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.
Levittown Students Plant A Field of Honor
Members of Division Avenue and MacArthur high school's Key Clubs joined forces with Gardiners Avenue fifth-grade students to plant 300 American flags on the elementary school's lawn to prepare for the district's Field of Honor event, held on May 29.
Looking Toward a New Educational Experience
Elementary school students celebrated their successes during their primary years of education and now look forward to entering a future of new academic experiences at Salk and Wisdom Lane middle schools.
New GC Tech Key Club Officers Inducted
During an end of year induction ceremony, Levittown's Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center Key Club officers were honored for their hard work this school year prior to the induction of the service club's new officers.
GC Tech Graduates Are Career Ready
Applause and well-wishes resonated throughout the Wisdom Lane Middle School auditorium as 153 students received their certificates of completion from the Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center program on June 13.
Division Avenue HS Graduates Take the Next Step
Hofstra University's David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex was filled with an atmosphere of pride and excitement as 251 graduates from Division Avenue High School took a step toward a new life during the 57th commencement exercises.
Twelve Senior-Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent
Twelve Division Avenue High School athletes signed National Letters of Intent to continue their sports on the collegiate level in baseball, basketball, cheerleading, football, lacrosse, soccer, swimming and wrestling. The district congratulates the following athletes on this athletic achievement and continued success in their sport.
A Celebration of New Beginnings For MacArthur Students
Hofstra University's David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex was a sea of blue caps and gowns as 330 MacArthur High School graduating seniors from the Class of 2016 celebrated a long-awaited milestone during the school's 55th annual commencement ceremony.
MacArthur Athletes Are Committed to the Sport
Ten MacArthur High School senior-athletes signed National Letters of Intent to continue their sports on the collegiate level in baseball, cheerleading, football, lacrosse and track and field. The district congratulates the following students on this athletic achievement and continued success in their sport.
Salk Middle School Mathletes Are Top Scorers
The Salk Middle School administration honored Mathletes club members for their math skills and sportsmanship during this year's competitions. Consisting of students in grades 6-8, Mathletes is an enrichment club where students learn how to approach and solve various math problems.
"Battle of the Bats" at Salk
The Salk Softball and Baseball programs participated in the third annual Battle of the Bats Fundraiser on Thursday, June 9th.
Wisdom Lane Students Participate in 30th Annual Poetry Contest
Wisdom Lane Middle School students took part in the 30th annual Student Poetry Contest sponsored by the Walt Whitman Birthplace Association in Huntington, NY.
A New Academic Chapter for Wisdom Students
It was a morning of celebration as Wisdom Lane Middle School students, dressed in ceremonial robes, attended the annual moving up ceremony.
Abbey Lane Students Participate in Math-A-Thon
Abbey Lane has participated in their first Math-A-Thon for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Lisa Steiner and Suzanne Gunning, Math Specialists are pleased to announce that participants in grades K-5 have raised over $2,200.
Abbey Lane Multicultural Night
It was a night of culture for Abbey Lane students and their parents, who attended the school's first Multicultural Night at Levittown Memorial Education Center. Prior to entering the event, the students took a photo for their passports in the customs area and then joined their peers for a meal of diverse cultural foods donated from 11 local eateries and district families.
Feathered Friends Flock to East Broadway
East Broadway first-graders received a visit from birds housed at the Sweetbriar Nature Center in Smithtown. During a presentation by specialist Eric Young, the students observed resident and non-releasable birds from the center, such as Henrietta the chicken and a screech owl.
East Broadway Students Visit Garvies Point
East Broadway's fourth grade visited Garvies Point. The children completed a scavenger hunt on the beach and took an informational nature walk. It was a day of FUN in the SUN with lots of learning mixed in!
Third and Eighth Graders Collaborate in Spanish
Ms. Miller's 8th grade Spanish class expended lots of effort and creativity to plan a collaborative project with Mrs. Alt and Miss Madigan's 3rd grade class at Gardiners Avenue. Prior to the 8th graders' visit to Gardiners on May 12, 2016, PowerPoint presentations prepared by the 8th graders helped familiarize the 3rd graders with Spanish vocabulary.
Students are Winners in New York American Water Contest
Gardiners Avenue Elementary School fifth-graders Tara Cooleen and Mia Frattura were second- and third-place winners, respectively, in the New York American Water Company's water conservation contest.
Math Fact Competition Improves Fluency
Lee Road students Meghan Lazzarini (third grade), Eric Sharp (fourth grade) and Andrew Lees (fifth grade) are grade winners in the annual Math Fact Competition.
Lee Road Math Bee
On Thursday April 21, 2016, 33 students at Lee Road School from grades 3-5 participated in the Lee Road Math Bee.
Recylebots at Summit Lane
Each month the Summit Lane kindergarteners participate in a family project. Family members are asked to assist the children in the production of each activity. The children have disguised a turkey, decorated a pumpkin, and made leprechaun traps, just to name a few.
Summit Lane Scientists Practice the Scientific Method
Fifth-grade student scientists presented their experimental results and observations during the Summit Lane Science Fair. The fair encouraged students to apply curricular knowledge as they designed experiments on various topics of interest.
Northside School Awards First "Patriot of the Year Award"
Cian Gormley, a fourth grade student at Northside School was presented with the first annual Northside School Patriot of the Year Award by Mr. Frank Mortillaro, Principal, and Mr. Bob Mehm, Head Custodian, who facilitates the Flag Raiser program.
Northside Student Council Celebrates A Successful Year
Members of Northside School's Student Council 2015-2016, their Executive Board pictured with facilitators, Mrs. Nizinski (R) and Mrs. Cosgrove (L) celebrated a successful year together with a bagel and fruit breakfast at which awards were given.

LAP and LAMP Registration: Applications for the Levittown After-School Program (LAP) and the Levittown A.M. Program (LAMP) are now being accepted for the 2016-2017 school year. All applications must be submitted online. This year, there will be no paper forms. For more information on these programs and to register your child please visit the links above. (Please Note: The LAP and LAMP applications are temporarily offline due to system maintenance. The applications should be operational by the end of the day today)
Parent Portal Update: 2016-2017 Course Enrollments for High School and Middle School students are now posted on the Parent Portal.

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