2016-2017 Summit Lane News
Summit Lane's kindergarten classes have been very busy learning about bears. The children learned about the Grizzly Bear, the Black Bear, and the Polar Bear. The children learned about the bear's habitats, what they eat and how they live.
Students and staff at Summit Lane Elementary School celebrated the end of their Hoops for Heart fundraiser on March 16 by honoring top student donors and sliming Principal Keith Squillacioti in the school gymnasium. This year, a total of 265 students participated in the fundraiser, along with Summit Lane staff members.
Summit Lane Elementary School transformed into a candy land as students in the Summit Lane drama club performed their musical production of Roald Dahl's "Willy Wonka KIDS" for students and family members on Feb. 28 and March 1.
Fifth-graders at Summit Lane Elementary School received a special visit from Wisdom Lane Middle School Principal John Avena during their Parents As Reading Partners Week on Feb. 7.
Dressed as scientists, kindergarten students and their teachers from Summit Lane Elementary School in Levittown shared their experiences while attending science classes at the district's Outdoor Learning Center during the Feb. 7 Board of Education meeting.
Summit Lane kindergarten students in Kathryn Stewart's class visited the Outdoor Learning Center at the Levittown Memorial Education Center on Jan. 25 to further their knowledge on the seasons, weather, greenhouses and the environment.
Friday, January 26, 2018 the Summit Lane kindergarten classes celebrated Frozen Day! The children spent the day completing activities that were based on the Frozen theme.
Summit Lane's kindergarten classes were very busy during the month of December. The children "boarded" Summit Air to travel around the world.
Students and staff at Summit Lane Elementary School recently donned matching orange t-shirts to officially kicked off their Unity and P.R.I.D.E. program.
Second-grade students at Summit Lane Elementary School in Christine Pase'sand Michelle Matos' class recently celebrated the start of the school's new P.R.I.D.E. program by participating in stations that focused on the P.R.I.D.E. letters which represent Patience, Respect, Integrity, Determination and Excellence.
Due to their dedication and enthusiasm in supporting the Hoops for Heart Program, Summit Lane Elementary School was recently recognized as a New York State Hoops for Heart Champion at the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance's Amazing People Awards Ceremony.
Summit Lane Elementary School students learned the importance of being energy efficient with the help of the National Theatre for Children and PSEG Long Island's show, The Energized Guyz on Nov. 17.
Summit Lane's Girl Scout Troops 3514 and 3540 had a lot of fun planting flowers in the bus circle garden.
Tears of joy resonated through Summit Lane's cafeteria as second-graders in Christine Pace's class honored a VIP in their lives during the annual Hero Celebration. The students collectively sang songs to their guests and read a personalized letter about their hero's most impressive qualities and why he or she is important to them. After reading their report at the podium, the students presented their heroes with an elaborately designed booklet, which included photos pictured with their hero, the personalized letter and research.