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Talented Student-Musicians Selected For All-County

Ninety-four students from grades 5-12 in the Levittown Public Schools were recently selected to perform in the Nassau Music Educators’ Association All-County festivals across Nassau County in Jan. 2019. Selection was based on the students’ individual New York State School Music Association evaluation scores and teacher recommendations.

In addition, seven fourth-graders from Northside Elementary School and seven fourth-graders from Summit Lane Elementary School will perform in the NMEA’s Parent Educators And Kids Festival on Nov. 17 at Freeport High School. The students will participate in workshops and perform in a concert at the conclusion of the day.

For a complete list of students who will attend the NMEA All-County and PEAK festivals, log onto the district website at

Photo Captions:

1) Curriculum Associate for Music Vincent D’Ulisse (left), music teacher Alison Sellars (second left) and Division Avenue High School Principal John Coscia (right) with 11 of the 13 Division Avenue High School All-County music participants. (Not pictured: students Thomas Staab and Natalie Baquet)

2) From left: Music teacher Joseph Romano, Curriculum Associate for Music Vincent D’Ulisse, 16 of the 17 All-County music participants from General Douglas MacArthur High School, Principal Joseph Sheehan and music teachers Lisa Levenberg and Iris Winter. (Not pictured: student Isabella Vasile-Cozzo)

Photos courtesy of the Levittown Public Schools


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