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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.
We cordially invite you and your child to attend the Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center (GC Tech) OPEN HOUSE on January 26, 2017. GC Tech offers the following 2 year programs to 11th and 12th grade students: Automotive Technology, Computer Animation, Construction Management, Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, Electrical Technology, Graphic Arts, Landscape Design & Management, Medical Assisting, Police Science/EMT. Come and explore our school and the wonderful programs we offer. For further information please call 516-434-7115.
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.
Adopting a Spirit of Giving
The generous holiday spirit of the community was palpable on Dec. 12 as students and staff gathered in the Levittown Memorial Education Center to wrap gifts collected for the annual Adopt-A-Family program.
Making an Assessment
During a weeklong training session, emergency medical training students enrolled in the New York State Emergency Medical Technician course learned about patient assessment with Nassau County EMS Academy instructor Timothy Farrell.
Medical Assisting and Police Science/EMT Students Dissect a Deer Heart at GC Tech
GC Tech's Medical Assisting and Police Science/ EMT students participated in the dissection of a fresh deer heart as a part of their Anatomy and Physiology curriculum.
Division Avenue DECA Club Advances to State Competition
On Saturday, January 7th, the Division Avenue High School DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) club participated in the Nassau County Regional Competition at Freeport High School. Twenty-five Division Avenue students competed against other high school business students from around Nassau County.
Major League Hitting Coach Visits Division Avenue
The Major League Hitting Coach for the Texas Rangers, Anthony Iapoce, spent some time with players at Division Avenue. Iapoce was invited by Head Coach Tom Tuttle and his staff for the annual Winter Clinic hosted by Levittown West Little League.
MacArthur's Lady Bowlers Keep Rolling Along
MacArthur Girls Bowling continues its successful season. The team is currently undefeated and ranked third on Long Island and #1 in Conference VII. The team is made up of Seniors Amanda DeLisi, Alyssa Breeze, Skye Mollica and Junior Amanda Petrillo.
John Ramirez Garners Shelter Hero Award
John Ramirez, a senior at MacArthur High School, received the Shelter Hero Award from the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter.
Bonjour, Ciao, Hola! - World Language Extravaganza
Students from Division Avenue and MacArthur high schools held a World Language Extravaganza at Jonas E. Salk and Wisdom Lane middle schools to assist sixth-graders with choosing a foreign language to study.
Salk Students Participated in the American Mathematics Competition 8
Eighth grader Joseph Calabro earned Salk's only gold by answering 13 out of 25 questions correctly. Seventh grader Pooja Ginjupalli earned Salk's only silver by answering 12 out of 25 questions correctly.
Wisdom Lane Student Frank Genna Performs with Division 3 All-County Band
Wisdom Lane Middle School would like to congratulate eighth grade student Frank Genna who recently performed with the Division 3 All-County Band at CW Post Tilles Center. Frank was awarded second chair after his audition against the top sixteen Tuba players in his Nassau County age group.
Bonjour, Ciao, Hola! - World Language Extravaganza
Students from Division Avenue and MacArthur high schools held a World Language Extravaganza at Jonas E. Salk and Wisdom Lane middle schools to assist sixth-graders with choosing a foreign language to study.
Abbey Lane Hosts 3rd Annual Spelling Bee
Under the leadership of our 4th grade teachers Mr. Paul Speranza and Mrs. Kelly DiPretoro, Abbey Lane hosted its 3rd Annual Spelling Bee on January 6, 2017. After in-class competitions were held, fifteen students from grades 3-5 emerged as class champions and moved on to participate in a school tournament.
Abbey Lane Faculty to Present at Teach to Lead Summit
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.
Thank You For Your Kindness
Bulletin boards in the hallway at East Broadway School are plastered with Post-it notes filled with recognitions of kind acts performed by students.
Fine Dining at East Broadway
East Broadway held its annual Fine Dining Day, an experience in which the cafeteria is "dressed up" with tablecloths and holiday decorations and students come to school in their finest clothes. Music teacher Barry Titone played holiday tunes on his saxophone as the students and teachers talked about their plans for the holiday break.
Gardiners Students Visit Mangos Mexican Restaurant
The 5th grade classes of Gardiners Ave School had the merriest of times at Mangos restaurant. This was a culminating activity to their study of Mexico.
The Plumpest Snowman!
Do you want to build a snowman? Students in Ms. Vining's first grade class accepted a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) challenge to build the plumpest snowman. Students worked cooperatively in groups using only one roll of masking tape, one roll of toilet paper, a stack of newspaper, one paper plate, two pom poms, five cotton swabs, and markers.
Lee Road Students Participate in School Chess Club
Several students in kindergarten through fifth grade are participating in the Chess Nuts Before School Program.
Viva Mexico at Lee Road
As a conclusion to our unit on Mexico, 5th graders from Lee Road Elementary School in Wantagh attended a entertaining afternoon at Mangoes Mexican Restaurant in Bethpage.
SOCKtober at Summit Lane
Student Council held its first fundraiser for the 2016-2017 school year for The Long Island Coalition for the Homeless. Throughout the month, Summit Lane collected donations of new socks.
Gingerbread STEAM's its way into Summit Lane
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.
Northside Students Participate in Educational Holiday Activities
Kindergarten teachers at Northside School instructed their students in many exciting and educational holiday activities during the week before the Holiday Recess.
Northside Students Present Projects to Levittown BOE Trustees
During the Jan. 11 Board of Education public meeting, Northside School students presented two completed projects to the trustees, central administration and community members.
AP Capstone Course: Interested in joining in our AP Capstone program? Are you a current 9th grader looking to enroll next year in AP Seminar? Click here to access the online application! The deadline has been extended to, Jan. 27th!
State Review Announcement: The New York State Education Department's Office of Special Education has initiated a Special Education Programs and Services Focused Review in Levittown School District during the 2016-2017 school year. Please click here to review the State Review Announcement.

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