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Watch the Levittown Chorus sing the National Anthem at CitiField prior to a Mets home game on June 11th, 2015.
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 Board of Education Prepares for New Year
The Board of Education and administration reorganized for the official start of the 2015-2016 school year at its July 1 meeting.
Looking Towards A New Education 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 Jonas E. Salk and Wisdom Lane middle schools.
G.C. Tech Students Awarded Scholarships
Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Education Center students Autumn Leone and Bianca Ortiz were two of 175 outstanding students to receive the National Technical Honor Society's Jon H. Poteat Scholarship. This is the first time G.C. Tech students have received this prestigious scholarship totaling $1,000 each.
GC Tech Students Complete Program of Study
Applause and well-wishes resonated throughout the Wisdom Lane Middle School auditorium as 173 Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center program students received their certificates of completion on June 9.
Poised for Life's New Beginnings
Hofstra University's David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex was filled with an atmosphere of pride and excitement as Class of 2015 graduates took a step towards a new life beginning during the 56th commencement exercises.
Division Avenue Student Goes International with DECA
On April 28th James Lunetta, a junior at Division Avenue High School, placed among students from the 50 states of the US, Korea, Spain, Mexico, China, Guam and Canada, earning a top 10 medal for his role play in the Human Resources Management category, qualifying him as a finalist in the final round competition.
A Celebration of Achievement at MacArthur High School
The MacArthur High School Senior Awards Night was an evening of honor and celebration as district administrators, Nassau County government officials and representatives, and community and school organizations recognized the school's top seniors for their outstanding accomplishments and achievements.
Celebrating New Beginnings
Hofstra University's David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex was a sea of blue caps and gowns as the Class of 2015 celebrated a long-awaited milestone during the school's 54th annual commencement ceremony.
Seahawks Go Undefeated
Salk's 7th Grade Baseball Team completed an undefeated season for the first time in its school history by defeating the toughest teams in Nassau County. The tension was especially high in an extra inning win against Berner and a come from behind victory against Garden City.
Starting a New Academic Chapter
Salk Middle School eighth-graders proceeded down the aisles of the school's gymnasium in the ceremonial moving-up tradition as parents and staff watched with great pride during the annual Moving-Up Day on June 11.
FACS Students Learn Nutrition and Wellness
In 7th grade FACS students we worked on a unit of Nutrition and Wellness. Students worked in the library researching various recipes that integrate the Dietary Guidelines to promote good health and prepare this meal at their home under the supervision of a parent.
Wisdom Lane Students Starting a New Academic Chapter
It was a morning of excitement and celebration as Wisdom Lane Middle School students, dressed in ceremonial robes, paraded down the auditorium aisles during the school's annual moving up ceremony.
Abbey Lane "Cutting For A Cause"
Abbey Lane's Cut for a Cause event was positively uplifting. 25 ladies, from ages 5 to 50, arrived after school to a circle of chairs, pink balloons, inspiring music, snacks and goody bags filled with supplies for the event.
Abbey Lane Celebrates Flag Day
The first grade students at Abbey Lane School celebrated Flag Day in a big way. Their presentation was filled with poems, songs, and stories about our flag and our nation. They shared facts about the flag, past presidents, and famous landmarks.
East Broadway Students Share Music with Senior Citizens
The East Broadway Community Service Music Groups shared their gift of music with residents of the Atria Huntington assisted living facility. Music teacher Christine Conte's father, George Pappas, is a resident there and one of the many seniors who enjoyed the students' performances.
Terrific Kids at East Broadway
As the school year ends the fifth grade students proudly accepted their last terrific kids awards here at East Broadway School. These students for the month of May and June were chosen by their classmates for being kind, helpful and understanding to one another. We wish them their best at Salk.
Save Classical Music Video Project at Gardiner's
Students in Dr. Martinez' music classes at Gardiners Avenue recently participated in the Save Classical Music video project, in which students had to create their own music videos set to one of three classical pieces: In the Hall of the Mountain King, Flower Duet, or Sabre Dance.
Gardiners Ave. Students Participate in Levittown Memorial Day Parade
The Gardiners Avenue Elementary School Band participated in the Levittown Memorial Day Parade on May 25, 2015.
Lee Road Students Study Our Living Planet
As an extension of their science and geography curriculum, students at Lee Road Elementary School in Levittown explored an inflatable replica of the earth as part of the Our Living Planet program.
Lee Road Morning Announcements Webcast
On Tuesday, June 16th, the members of Lee Road's Student Council visited Mr. William Farney at MacArthur High School. Student Council representatives were given the opportunity to create a Morning Announcement Broadcast tailored to Lee Road happenings.
Meet Summit Lane's New Mascot, Spike
Student council members thought that the school needed a new mascot to show all the school spirit that the students, teachers and faculty have at Summit Lane.
Who Is Your Hero?
Tears of joy resonated through the cafeteria of Summit Lane Elementary School in Levittown as second graders in Christine Pace's class honored a VIP in their lives during the annual hero celebration
Northside School Represented at Spring Solo Evaluation Festival
Northside School was represented by 37 student entries at this year's Spring Solo Evaluation Festival. It was held at Uniondale High School and sponsored by the New York State School Music Association known as NYSSMA
Northside Students and Staff Participate in "Cutting For A Cause" Event
Twenty six Northside School students and a staff member, Mrs. Mary McNerney, a Physical Education teacher, participated in the Levittown Public Schools "Cutting for a Cause"
PowerSchool and Parent Portal Update: PowerSchool and the Parent Portal will be down all day for maintenance on Monday, August 3rd, from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. We apologize for the inconvenience.

First Day of School: Reminder: The first day of school is September 2nd.

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 2015-2016 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.

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