The students in the afterschool program spun their own spin art earlier this week. They created beautiful masterpieces and had an amazing time creating them.
1 day ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A student pedals a bike as another student stands by and two students create spin art in the box powered by the bike
A student pedals a bike as a student creates spin art in the box powered by the bike and another student watches
Students and an adult pose with the spin art bike
A student pedals a bike as another student stands by and two students create spin art in the box powered by the bike
A student pedals a bike as another student stands by and two students create spin art in the box powered by the bike
Hello Wildcats! We regret to inform you that the LMCS Community Snowshoe Event scheduled for Saturday, March 2nd has been canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We will share more information about future community events soon. Thank you for your understanding.
3 days ago, LMCS Updates
On Saturday, Feb. 24, two FFA members traveled to Pine Plains for District 2 Leadership Development Event competitions. Andrew Freidenstine competed in the Junior Creed Speaking contest and Savannah Ward competed in Senior Creed Speaking contest. Savannah placed third and will be advancing to Substates on Saturday, March 16, in Windsor.
4 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Two students stand infront o a blue wall with "The best view comes after the hardest climb" painted above their heads
Kindergarten, first and third grade students in the afterschool program stayed active in the gym recently, playing basketball, zombies and hula hoop.
5 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students play in a gym
Students line up as an adult stand in the foreground
students chase balls in a gym
The Hudson Valley Swim Program is holding swim lessons at the Fallsburg Junior-Senior High School for Sullivan County residents ages 6 months through adults. The program is dedicated to the “learn-to-swim” process with small class sizes to maximize the overall learning experience for each student. Specialty programs for special needs, as well as private and semi-private lessons, are also available. For more information, visit https://fallsburg.hvswim.com/, call 845-226-3456 or email fallsburg@hvswim.com.
6 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A graphic with young swimmers in a pool with an adult that includes information in the post.
Mrs. Bauer's second grade class has fun planning how to make the “perfect” pizza. They created a grocery list, filled in a graphic organizer, wrote a process paper, and created and ate their perfect pizza!
7 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A combo photo of four students posing with their pizzas
A combo photo of four students posing with their pizzas
A combo photo of four students posing with their pizzas and a graphic of a pizza
Good Morning Wildcats! LMCS is on a two-hour delay today, Friday, February 23rd! Again, LMCS is on a two-hour delay today. Thank you!
6 days ago, LMCS Updates
Good evening Wildcats! Just a reminder that the Class of 2027 is having a roast beef dinner Friday, February 22nd from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Tickets are $20.00 and they can be purchased during school at the attendance office or at the door. Thank you for your support and we hope to see you there.
8 days ago, LMCS Updates
Good afternoon Wildcats! Due to the forecasted inclement weather, all after-school activities, including the after-school program and ski club, will be canceled tonight, Thursday, February 22nd. Stay safe and warm, Wildcats!
7 days ago, LMCS Updates
The Manor Wildcats PTSA will host a Scholastic Book Fair from March 4 to March 8 in the Computer Lab Hallway. The fair will also be open to the public from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, March 7, for “Snuggle up and Read.” Books can be purchased and students will have a chance to listen to stories read by staff and community members. Cash will be accepted, as will eWallet payments. Shopping may also be done online, with free shipping to the buyers home for orders of $25 or more. To visit the online shop or to set up an eWallet account, visit https://www.scholastic.com/bf/WildcatsPTSA.
8 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A graphic promoting the PTSA book fair with information included in the post
Livingston Manor Library began hosting a monthly Sensory Play Series for children and their families in February. The Sensory Play Series targets neurodiverse children ages 3-10 and their families and seeks to provide children with an experience that is flexible and responsive to their natural play style. It is inclusive of the whole family, offering caregivers tools and games they can play at home to further connect with their child. Each month will model sensory play, focusing on a different sense i.e. sight, sound, touch, smell, taste and movement/balance led by artist and producer Jess Kaufman. The second program, at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, March 9, will focus on smell. There will be musical accompaniment by Joe Bergstein. Those who wish to attend are asked to sign up at the library by calling 845-439-5440, emailing livingstonmanorlibrary@rcls.org or visiting livingstonmanorlibrary.org/programsignup.
8 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A flyer promoting the Sensory Play Series Smell event
ATTENTION PROSPECTIVE SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS! Would you like to be a member of the Livingston Manor Board of Education? Please contact Marlyn Peters, district clerk, at 845-439-4400, ext. 1201, or email marlyn.peters@lmcs.us for more information.
9 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Livingston Manor Central School
For Valentine’s Day, Ms. Maraj had Mrs. Rojas’ K-2 class do music and movement with scarves along to the song “All You Need Is Love” by The Beatles.
12 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students dance with scarves in a classroom
Kindergarten and K1-2 classes continued the tradition of celebrating Lunar Chinese New Year with a walk to the Chinatown Kitchen for a delicious lunch together. The students were so well behaved and truly enjoyed the dining out experience! Thank you to the Zheng Family and the Chinatown Kitchen. See more photos on our Facebook page
13 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students and adults pose for a photo in a restaurant
Students walk from the school in a line
Students and adults pose for a photo outside the school on the bridge
Two students sit at a table eating Chinese food.
Students and adults pose for a photo in a restaurant
Good Afternoon Wildcats: The Spring Athletics Electronic Registration program through Arbiter Sports will open on Tuesday, February 20th, 2024 at 8 AM for all Modified/JV/Varsity Athletes. Please remember to complete these prior to the start of all spring athletics including a copy of valid physicals. The link is posted on our athletics webpage. Call or see Mr. Eggleton if you need any assistance. Thank you.
14 days ago, David Eggleton
Today is National School Resource Officer Appreciation Day. Thank you Officer Jason Beebe for all that you do for our students and school community.
14 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A student and officer sit at a round table
LMCS honored two former colleagues last week by wearing flannel and Audra Sipple Spath Scholarship shirts. Grant Wehrfritz and Audra Sipple Spath each taught at Livingston Manor Elementary School for more than 30 years and were good friends. Audra was the coordinator of honoring Grant for National Flannel Day since he had such a "flair" for sporting his flannels on each school day. Since Grant's death, LMCS has celebrated National Flannel Day annually in his honor and chose to honor Audra this year as well.
16 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Staff member is bright orange t shirts covered by flannel shirts post for a photo
Good Morning Wildcats! LMCS is on a two-hour delay today Wednesday, February 14th! Again, LMCS is on a two-hour delay today. Thank you!
15 days ago, LMCS Updates
On Saturday, Feb. 10, LMCS had two FFA members compete at the Leadership Development Event Invitational at Sullivan West. There were several students from three school districts that competed in various contests. Savannah Ward placed third in the Senior Creed Speaking Contest and Andrew Freidenstine placed second in the Junior Creed Speaking Contest. They will compete at the District 2 LDE in Pine Plains on Saturday, Feb. 24.
17 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Two students in blue jackets stand in a gymnasium between two cornhole boards
Good morning Wildcats! LMCS will be on a two-hour delay Tuesday, February 13th, due to the impending weather. Also, today's Students of the Month Breakfast is rescheduled for this Thursday, February 15th. Again, LMCS is on a two-hour delay today. Stay safe Wildcats!
16 days ago, LMCS Updates