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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.
GC-Tech Key Club Holds Toy Drive For The John Theissen Children's Foundation
The GC Tech Key Club sponsored a toy drive for the John Theissen Children's Foundation during the months of November and December. Donation boxes were set up in the Panther Room at Levittown Memorial for the collection.
GC-Tech's Automotive Program Receives NATEF Certification
GC Tech has been officially NATEF Certified which means the Automotive Program at GC Tech will be nationally recognized on the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation registry.
Division Avenue Wrestling Earns 2nd Place at Tournament
Congratulations to the Division Avenue Wrestling team as they took 2nd place at the Ross Cordell Rotary Tournament in Oneonta, NY on January 3rd and 4th.
Recognizing HOBY Values at DAHS
Sophomore Douglas Melgar was selected as the 2014-2015 winner of the Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership Award. Through a rigorous selection process comprised of a nomination, essay and interview, Douglas demonstrated the embodiment of core HOBY values, including volunteerism, integrity, excellence, diversity and community partnership.
Recognizing HOBY Values at MacArthur
Sophomore Carissa Giuliano was selected as the 2014-2015 winner of the Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership Award. Teresa Neri was chosen as an alternate.
A Showcase of Business Skills
Levittown students enrolled in MacArthur High School's business classes proudly displayed their group and individual projects during the business department's fourth annual student showcase.
Salk Intramural Wrestling Tournament
Salk completed its intramural wrestling program which was open to all sixth, seventh and eighth graders. Over eighty student-athletes took advantage of this great opportunity ranging from beginner to advanced wrestlers.
Top Middle School Mathematician
Salk Middle School eighth-grader Saajid Chowdhury placed in the top 5 percent of the nation as a participant in the prestigious American Mathematics Competition hosted by the Mathematical Association of America. Saajid's final score was 19 out of 25, qualifying him as a school winner and a first-place winner in his section.
Wisdom Lane Does it Again
For the 26TH year in a row, Wisdom Lane students have participated in a Math-A-Thon for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Wisdom Lane Students Receive National PTA Reflections Program Ribbons
Rebecca Williams, John Librizzi, Emily Fuchs, Rhythm Osan and Christopher Smith are shown with Mr. Avena and Mr. Arvelo-Shaw as they received their National PTA Reflections Program ribbon on January 13th.
Abbey Lane "Little Docs" Program
As part of our annual Abbey Lane PTA Blood Drive, grade 5 students participated in the "Little Docs" program. All grade 5 students attended an assembly given by the Long Island Blood Center that discussed the importance of blood donations and how it helps save lives of those who need it.
John Theissen Visits Abbey Lane
The Abbey Lane Student Council was honored to have Mr. John Theissen come talk to them about his wonderful foundation, The Children's Foundation.
East Broadway School Community Service Musicians
East Broadway's Community Service Musicians brought holiday cheer to the weary travelers at MacArthur Airport on Thursday December 18th.
A Special Guest Presenter at East Broadway School
Mr. Lichter a science teacher and parent of one of our students came to teach the students about friction and static electricity.
Reading Workshop at Gardiners Ave.
On December 4th, the RTI/AIS teachers at Gardiners Avenue held their annual Parent Workshop. The workshop informed parents about the reading and math services provided and it also gave them an opportunity to ask questions.
Gardiner's Ave.Kindergartners Build a Home for Gingerbread Man
The aroma of icing, graham crackers and candy set a festive tone as Gardiners Avenue Elementary School kindergarten students crafted gingerbread houses. Assisted by parents, the creations were the culminating activity for an English language arts unit that focused on multiple stories about the Gingerbread Man.
Mad Science Program At Lee Road
All Lee Road students recently had special visitors come to their classrooms. A PTA Cultural Arts Program titled "Mad Science" involved students participating in "hands on" science experiments, facilitated by "Mad Scientists."
T.R.A.C.K.S Visits Lee Road
The T.R.A.C.K.S Unit of the MTA Police Department visited the 3rd Grade students of Lee Road Elementary School on Friday, January 16. Officer Merkle, Officer Ferrara, and Officer Johnson gave a fantastic presentation on train safety.
ELL Students Learn American Sign Language
After completing a Journey's Program unit on Helen Keller and Louis Braille, Summit Lane's English language learners participated in an American Sign Language activity with Levittown teacher of the deaf Meaghan Lang.
Summit Lane Students Make Pretend Snow
Some of Summit Lane's classes prepared for a Snowy season by making pretend snow! With our Occupational Therapist Ms. Spencer, the children practiced opening packages, pouring, measuring, and mixing to make our frosty creation.
Northside Students Read "Polar Bears"
Fourth grade students in Ms. Fleigner's class at Northside School read the book, "Polar Bears" by Gail Gibbons and discussed their knowledge of animal adaptations. They learned that polar bears meet their special needs in the Arctic regions with stiff hair between the pads of their feet for traction on ice, hollow, straw-like fur for floating, and plenty of blubber for insulation.
Nine Students From Northside Selected to Perform at All County-Music Festival
A record nine music students were selected from Northside School to perform at the Nassau Music Educators Association All County-Music Festival in January 11, 2015 at the Tilles Center, C.W. Post College.
GC-Tech Student Competition:The GC-Tech Student Competition will be held on Thursday, 2/5 from 6-8 pm in the gym at Memorial with an award ceremony to follow. All are welcome.

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