RSS News FeedFriday, Apr. 25, 2014 - Today Is Day: 2
School Closings | Calendar | Employment | Webcasts |Bulletin Board

(Attention parents of students in grades 2-4)
MacArthur High School on Wednesday, April 30, 2014

We invite you and your child to attend our annual District Music Night to help your child select an appropriate instrument and to provide details about our program. Please see our flyer for more information.
GC Tech Cosmetology Students Learn About Career Pathways And Community Service
GC Tech's Cosmetology program is all about learning what is new in the field and giving back to the community.
Levittown's SkillsUSA Team Garners 14 Medals at Regional Contest
SkillsUSA Club members enrolled at the Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Education Center in Levittown acquired 14 medals at the Long Island Regional Competition for career and technical schools.
Division Avenue High School PTSA Honors Reflections Winners
On Monday April 7, 2014 The Division Avenue High School PTSA honored the gifted students who won and placed in the PTSA Reflections contest.
Division Avenue High School Students Perform Into The Woods For Senior Citizens
On Wednesday April 2nd the Division Avenue High School cast and crew from "Into The Woods" put their talents on display for the Senior Citizens of the Levittown Community. Seniors from Levittown and surrounding neighborhoods were invited to their own intimate performance of this year's DAHS musical.
MacArthur Senior Selected As A Semifinalist For Young Naturalist Award
Senior Alanna Bayarin was notified that her science research project, "The Decrease in Myotis lucifugus Due to Geomyces destrucans: Impact on Anisoptera Populations," has been selected as a Semifinalist submission in the American Museum of Natural History Young Naturalist Award.
MacArthur Students Are High Scorers On PSAT
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has announced that Grace Shin and Eduardo Sandoval, juniors at MacArthur High School, have been designated as high scorers on the 2013 PSAT Exam administered last October.
Salk Wrestling Goes Undefeated!
Salk's wrestling team had another incredible year as they dominated games and defeated every team they faced. The toughest match of the year was when they won against the undefeated Woodland Middle School 36-21.
Top Students At Salk Inducted Into The National Junior Honor Society
During a candlelighting ceremony, 77 Levittown seventh-graders and four eighth-graders were welcomed into Jonas E. Salk Middle School's chapter of the National Junior Honor Society.
Wisdom NJHS Students Hold Food Drive For Levittown Food Pantry
Students from The National Junior Honor Society held a food drive outside King Kullen on Tuesday, April 8th for a few hours. The food collected was needed for the spring delivery in the community and the Levittown Food Pantry.
Top Students at Wisdom Inducted Into The National Junior Honor Society
Forty-six Wisdom Lane Middle School students in the Levittown School District were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society and 83 were inducted into the World Languages Honor Society in a joint ceremony held in the school's auditorium.
Abbey Lane Community Service Project Sending Smiles
Abbey Lane School teamed up with North Shore University Hospital to send a little sunshine to patients. In the art room, the students made get well cards. The art teacher, Mrs. Wagner, encouraged the students to combine cheerful images with happy written messages.
Abbey Lane Students Learn About The Revolutionary Period
Dressed in period costumes, students in Donna DiPalo's fourth-grade class at Abbey Lane Elementary School in the Levittown School District presented a report about a Revolutionary period historical figure who made a contribution to the country's freedoms.
Mysterious Math At East Broadway
Mrs. Cavanaugh's second graders had fun with math! The children were given mystery shapes. Each group had to come up with clues to describe their shapes.
Kindergartener Supports Cancer Research At East Broadway School
Colin Gorey, a kindergartener at East Broadway Elementary School in Seaford, NY, raised $200.00 for the St. Baldrick's Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research. Colin had his head shaved in support of children with cancer.
Bringing The Written Text To Life At Gardiners Ave.
The words of popular children's books came to life at Gardiners Avenue Elementary School in Levittown during an assembly with singer, songwriter and dancer Leonora Knight. Based on a science theme, Ms. Knight led the students in singing music put to the words of Doreen Cronin's "Diary of a Fly," Janell Cannon's "Stellaluna," Eric Carle's "The Very Hungry Caterpillar, and Dr. Seuss' "The Lorax." Using props, students also acted out the story.
Gardiners Ave. Students Visit Greenkill
Sixty two fifth grade students from Gardiners Avenue had the opportunity to participate in the Greenkill Outdoor Ecology trip.
Lee Road Community Service Committee Organizes Food Drive For Levittown Food Pantry
In March, the Lee Road Elementary School Community Service Committee organized a food drive for the Levittown Food Pantry. The pantry is housed at Wisdom Lane Middle School.
Lee Road Participates In National Autism Awareness Day
Lee Road students and staff recently displayed their school spirit by joining schools across the District in the celebration of National Autism Awareness Month. As part of the Light Up Blue Campaign, teachers and students purchased then wore T-shirts on April 2nd, which is Autism Awareness Day.
Summit Lane PTA Annual Volleyball Game Ends in 3-3 Tie
Our Parents vs Teachers Annual Volleyball Game held on Friday, March 28th, was a HUGE success! The final score was a tie as students and families rooted for their teachers and parents!
Reading As A Platform To Acceptance
As part of National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities from AHRC Nassau's Vocational Training Center in Freeport spent a morning reading to kindergarten students at Summit Lane Elementary School in Levittown.
Autism Awareness At Northside School
April is Autism Awareness month. At Northside School, every Wednesday during April is designated to this cause by the staff and students. Autism now affects 1 in every 69 births. Everyone shows their support by wearing light blue or their autism t-shirts.
Northside Students Learn About Bears
All the kindergarten students at Northside School (pictured) learned about bears from their teachers Mrs. Conrad, Mrs. Downing, Ms. Kirk, Ms. Mongiello, Mrs. Nyquist, Mrs. Meehan and Mrs. D'Amuro.
April Is Occupational Therapy Awareness Month: - Please check out these resources from our district OT! Easy Tricks For Everyday Difficulties, Handy Tips For Parents and Teachers, Quick Tips to Help Your Child with Scissors Skills, and Handwriting Tips.

Did You Know? PowerSchool is now mobile! Access student information on the go with your tablet or smart phone. See the latest happenings for all your children on one "Live Feed" screen. Download the free "PowerSchool for Parents" App for Android or Apple iOS. Visit our tutorials section to learn more about installing and using this new app!

Current Resources
In The News