The Levittown Public Schools is pleased to announce the recent appointment of John Towers, the district's new director of mathematics and business, effective July 1. This upcoming school year will be Towers' eighth year serving the Levittown Public Schools.
The Levittown Public Schools is pleased to announce the appointment ofDr. Christopher Dillon as the new assistant superintendent for business and finance.
During the Levittown Public Schools' annual Board of Education reorganization meeting on July 2, the board reelected Peggy Marenghi as board president and Marianne Adrian as board vice-president. In addition, trustee James Moran was nominated as temporary chairperson and Elizabeth Appelbaum was reappointed as district clerk for the 2018-19 school year.
Incoming fifth- and sixth-graders throughout the Levittown Public Schools participated in literacy launches throughout the month of June to kick off their 2018 Summer Reading Extravaganza. This summer, fifth-graders will read the book "Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library" by Chris Grabenstein while sixth-graders will read "Because of Mr. Terupt" by Rob Buyea.
It was a celebratory month for fifth-graders across the Levittown Public Schools as they set their sights on middle school during their respective moving up ceremonies from June 14-21.
The Levittown Public Schools is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Susan Farber as the new director of pupil services. She will advance from her six-year position as the district's assistant director of special education, effective July 1.
The Levittown Public Schools Board of Education honored 50 faculty members from across the district who will be retiring at the end of the school year, during the district's board of education meeting on June 13.
During the May 2 meeting of the Levittown Board of Education, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tonie McDonald, administrators and teachers recognized the accomplishments of outstanding students in music, science and technical education.
Educators throughout the Levittown Public Schools are starting to take a nontraditional approach to classroom design by creating a more flexible classroom space that encourages collaboration and helps increase student concentration.
During the May 2 meeting of the Levittown Board of Education, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tonie McDonald and Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources Debbie Rifkin announced the tenure of seven teachers and faculty members.
During the May 2 public meeting of the Levittown Board of Education, the district's trustees recognized Division Avenue High School senior Jonathan Swift, who recently acquired the rank of Eagle Scout with Boy Scout Troop 330.