To mark School Board Recognition Week, students from the Levittown Public Schools personally thanked the seven volunteers who comprise the Board of Education for giving them a wealth of opportunities.
Students in grades 6-12 in the Levittown Public Schools are learning what it means to be digital citizens.
More than 250 Levittown students from both Division Avenue and General Douglas MacArthur high school were recognized by College Board for their outstanding scores on the college-level Advanced Placement exams.
This October, the students in Ms. Lynch's second grade class made Place Value Spiders.
Lee Road Elementary School third graders in Jennifer Lores, Stephanie Ottomano and Rachel Flanagan's class recently got into the Halloween spirit with an interactive writing activity and math lesson.
The Division Avenue High School Guidance and Counseling Department hosted its annual 9th grade "meet-and greet" event on Oct. 6.
Three high school seniors were recently recognized as Commended Students in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program.
On Thursday, Sep. 29, 2021, students at Division Avenue High School participated in a club fair during lunch periods.
Lee Road Elementary School fifth graders in Ms. Vitacco's Literacy class created and presented "All About Me" Google Slides to kick off the school year.
Lee Road Elementary School fifth graders in Eileen Vogel's class recently turned into scientists during their study of the systems in space.
The Levittown community came out in full force to celebrate General Douglas MacArthur High School's homecoming on Sept. 25.
The Levittown Public Schools Board of Education held its first regular meeting since the beginning of the new school year on Sept. 22. and introduced this year's two high school student liaisons to the Levittown community.
Three seniors from the Levittown Public Schools were recently honored in College Board National Recognition Programs.
The Levittown Public Schools is proud to announce that Patrick Burke was appointed as the district's new director of social studies and family consumer science.
MacArthur High School senior Pooja Ginjupalli was honored with the Computing Medal Award from the Rochester Institute of Technology for outstanding achievement in computing during the 2020-2021 school year.
Summer Looney, a senior from General Douglas MacArthur High School, was presented with the Rensselaer Medal Award from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Sixth, seventh and eighth graders in the Levittown School District will be discussing Rob Buyea's "Because of Mr. Terupt" throughout the school year and approximately 160 students got a head start during the Summer Reading Extravaganza.
The Levittown School District opened for the start of the 2021-2022 school year on Sept. 2. Administrators, teachers and staff welcomed back approximately 7,000 students at the two high schools, two middle schools and six elementary schools.
In preparation for the first day of school, incoming sixth and ninth graders from the Levittown Public Schools attended special orientation programs.
More than two dozen new teachers officially joined the Levittown School District's professional staff during a two-day orientation program on Aug. 25 and 26 at the Levittown Memorial Education Center.
Students entering grades 5-8 took in the Levittown Public Schools explored Long Island's marine life and received hands-on science lessons as part of the district's Marine Biology summer program this summer.
To spark interest in locally significant areas of history and culture, the Levittown School District provided an educational opportunity for students through its annual Adventures in Local History Program, which consisted of five days of field trips from July 26-30 across Long Island.
From becoming more fluent readers to deepening their vocabularies, it has been a productive summer for the summer ENL program.
Nearly 130 young musicians in the Levittown School District are practicing their craft during the six-week Summer Music Program at Abbey Lane Elementary School.
Levittown's Division Avenue High School varsity baseball team, who captured the Conference III Championship, is proud to announce that 10 players received post season awards from the Nassau County Coaches Association.
Division Avenue High School senior Nick Roselli was one of four finalists for the coveted Don Lang Diamond Award, presented annually by the Nassau County Baseball Coaches Association, which is awarded to the best position player in the county.
Peggy Marenghi was reelected as board president at the Levittown Public Schools' annual board of education reorganization meeting on July 7.
MacArthur High School incoming senior Giavanna Stematelo won gold while representing Team USA in Portugal at the Lisbola Lacrosse Cup in late June.
Congratulations to Senior Nick Roselli for being named First Team All LONG ISLAND by Newsday.
Division Avenue High School pitcher Alyssa Weinberg has had a dominant year on the mound. The Levittown School District softball player was recently named the 2021 Nassau County Pitcher of the Year for softball.
Christopher Powers, a junior from Division Avenue High School in the Levittown Public Schools, was recently selected as a Rensselaer Medal Award recipient from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
With high spirits and having overcome a year of academic adversity, General Douglas MacArthur High School graduates took their seats at Hofstra University's James M. Shuart Stadium field on June 19 to celebrate the close of their high school years and to look forward to the future.
Having overcome a tumultuous and unpredictable school year, Division Avenue High School seniors took their seats on Hofstra University's James M. Shuart Stadium Field on June 19 to close the chapter on their high school careers and look toward the future.
Cassidy Baltazar, a junior from General Douglas MacArthur High School in the Levittown Public Schools, recently advanced to the finals of the annual Roger Rees Awards for Excellence in Student Performance and was named Up-and-Coming Actress for the second year in a row for her role as Anna in "Frozen Jr."
Eighth grade students at Jones E. Salk and Wisdom Lane middle schools are ready to take the next academic step in their secondary education as they celebrated an important milestone in what was a unique year of learning.
Nine seniors from the Levittown Public Schools committed to collegiate sports teams after high school.
Student-journalists from Jonas E. Salk Middle School in the Levittown Public Schools are making a name for themselves.
Members of the Lee Road Elementary School Student Council in the Levittown Public Schools were recently recognized by the New York State Assembly for their outstanding participation in the Baxter's Pet Food Drive.