Liberty pre-k through fourth grade students invited their "someone special" to a dance, sponsored by the LMCS PTSA, on Friday, April 19. With about 150 attendees, the dance floor was buzzing with energy! It was wonderful to see so many people enjoying themselves, dancing the night away, and creating lasting memories.
about 4 hours ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students and adults dance in the auditorium
Students dance as other sit at tables in the auditorium
A red carpet and velvet ropes lead the way into the auditorium
A DJ provides music for students and adults in the auditorium
Students  and adults dance in the auditorium
Good Afternoon Wildcats, We will be hosting the LMCS & RCS Youth Basketball Tournament on this Saturday, April 20th in the Livingston Manor main gym for grades 3-6. This event is hosted by Athletics, the Kaplan Foundation, and the Catskill Cardinals. Registration starts at 9 AM. We hope to see you there. Thank you and have a nice weekend.
4 days ago, David Eggleton
It was another beautiful day on Tuesday, so the first graders in the afterschool program went down to the outdoor classroom to do some nature exploring
4 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Student explore the outdoor classroom
Student explore the outdoor classroom
A student looks though binoculars while sitting on a bench in the outdoor classroom.
An adult takes a selfie with her students.
Spring Picture Day for individual and sibling photos will be Friday, April 26. The sign-up deadline is Tuesday, April 23. Visit https://jeannesagerphotography.hbportal.co/public/LMCSspringpictureday2024/1-Spring_Photo_Sheduling to sign up. Only students who have been signed up will be photographed. For more information, email hello@jeannesagerphotography.com or www.jeannesagerphotography.com.
5 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A flyer for spring picture day
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 third program, at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 4, will focus on touch. 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.
6 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A flyer for the Sensory Play Series "Touch" event on May 4
The second-graders took advantage of the beautiful day on Monday and explored the outdoor classroom during the afterschool program. They had so much fun playing iSpy with things in nature.
7 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students use the outdoor classroom to play iSpy
STudents and an adult walk toward a trailer near the outdoor classroom
Students stand in the outdoor classroom
A student climbs in teh croof of a tree as others walk around an outdoor classroom
LMCS Living Environment students took time out of their day Monday morning to assist the state Department of Environmental Protection in stocking trout in Willowemoc Creek. They also learned about the types of trout being stocked and not contaminating the fish farms with invasive species.
7 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Adults talk to students near the creek.
A bucket of trout is tossed into the creek
An adult take a netful of trout out of a truck as students watch
Trout are in a buket
An adult transfers trout from a net into a bucket
A person transfers troute from a net into a bucket as another adult watches.
A person adds water to buckets as another adult watches.
Two students hold a bucket of trout.
Mrs. Evans' third-grade class has been learning about text features. They became text feature surgeons and had to figure out what text feature the patient needed and how it would help their with their problem.
9 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students dressed like surgeons sit at their desks and give the thumbs up.
Students dressed like surgeons sit at their desks..
Students dressed like surgeons sit at their desks .
On Tuesday, April 9, the fourth graders practiced using measuring tapes during a quest on the playground during the afterschool program
10 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A student uses a measuring tap on a piece of playground equipment.
A student uses a measuring tap on a piece of playground equipment.
A student uses a measuring tap on a piece of playground equipment.
A student uses a measuring tap on a piece of playground equipment.
A student prepares to uses a measuring tap on a piece of playground equipment.
A student uses a measuring tap on a piece of playground equipment.
A student uses a measuring tap on a piece of playground equipment.
Hello Wildcats! Please be advised that there will be no after school program Wednesday, April 17th and Thursday, April 18th. Again, the after school program on Wednesday, April 17th and Thursday, April 18th has been canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you for your cooperation and have a great night.
11 days ago, LMCS Updates
On April 12, LMCS hosted its inaugural Retiree Breakfast in the school cafeteria. LMCS welcomed back almost 40 former staff members, in what will be an annual gathering hosted by the school each spring. While some former staff members were coming off their first year of retirement, others have been retired for upwards of 30 years. Those in attendance were served a buffet-style breakfast prepared by Cafeteria Manager Mr. Stephen Rogers and his staff. The middle/high school band, directed by Mr. Daniel Smith, prepared a musical selection for the retirees to enjoy as well. LMCS was overjoyed by the turnout and in welcoming back many of the individuals who have made our building such a special place!
11 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
People sit at tables covered in maroon tablecloths in a cafeteria
People sit at tables covered in maroon tablecloths in a cafeteria
Members of the middle/high school band perform at the front of the cafeteria.
People sit at tables covered in maroon tablecloths in a cafeteria
People sit at tables covered in maroon tablecloths in a cafeteria
Good Evening Wildcats! The Class of 2027 is hosting a Sneaker Night tomorrow, Friday, April 12th, for grades Pre-Kindergarten through 6th grade. Lace up and get ready for some fun! Here's the schedule: Pre-Kindergarten to 1st grade: 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM, 2nd & 3rd grade: 4:30 PM - 5:45 PM, 4th to 6th grade: 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM. Admission is only $5.00 and concessions will be available for purchase. We hope to see you there!
12 days ago, LMCS Updates
Mrs. Poppo and the students in FCCLA invited the second graders to decorate Easter Eggs before spring break. They had a great time.
12 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students pose with their eggs
Two students pose with their eggs
Students decorate eggs at long tables
Two students pose with their eggs
Eggs decorated using shaving cream and food coloring
Two students role eggs in shaving cream and food coloring
Students color Easter-themed pages at a long table
The Class of 2025 is selling discount cards as a fundraiser through April 23. The cards offer discounts to numerous area businesses, valid through May 1, 2025. The cost is $15 per card. To order, visit https://instaraise.com/lmcs/ultimatediscountcardclassof2025
13 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Class of 2025 fundraiser and the LMCS logo on a marble background
The Middletown Edition Discount card
The Monticello Edition discount card
The Liberty Edition discount card
Our Lost and Found table is overflowing with everything from jackets to hoodies to water bottles even sneakers. We encourage our students, when they come back from break, to see what's there and claim what is theirs. The table is located outside the main office.
15 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A table is filled with clothing, water bottles and more.
Second graders in the afterschool program worked in teams to use spaghetti and marshmallows to build a structure . Then they tested out their structures to see which structure could hold a large stuffed Squishmallow.
19 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students work at a table in teams to create a spaghetti and marshmallow structure
Students work at a table in teams to create a spaghetti and marshmallow structure
Students work at a table in teams to create a spaghetti and marshmallow structure
Students work at a table in teams to create a spaghetti and marshmallow structure
Two students pose with a spaghetti in marshmallow structure destroyed by a Squishmallow
Students test their spaghetti and marshmallow structure with a small Squishmallow
A large squishmallow is held by up by a spaghetti and marshmallow structure
Students sit and stand around a table with a squishmallow sitting on top of spaghetti and marshmallow structure.
Third graders are attempting to grow their own luck (and learn about growing plants) by growing shamrocks.
20 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
students and adults around a table work on planting shamrocks while others show their completed work.
In the afterschool program, the fourth-graders were introduced to programming and coding using the Sphero Indi cars and the colored tiles. Each color has a different command for the car, and they can problem-solve and learn through screenless play.
21 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students work on the foloor and use color tiles to program tiny cars.
Different color tiles are set up surround by colored cones on the floor.
Students work on the foloor and use color tiles to program tiny cars.
Students work on the foloor and use color tiles to program tiny cars.
Students work on the foloor and use color tiles to program tiny cars.
Students work on the foloor and use color tiles to program tiny cars.
Students work on the foloor and use color tiles to program tiny cars.
Students work on the foloor and use color tiles to program tiny cars.
Students work on the foloor and use color tiles to program tiny cars.
Students sit on the foloor and use color tiles to program tiny cars.
The fifth grade ended the week before Spring Break by having an egg smashing contest. All students and even the adults participated.
22 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Two students smash together two eggs
Two students smash together two eggs
Two students smash together two eggs
Elementary students had an egg-celent adventure on Tuesday, March 26, when the Interact Club hosted an Easter Egg hunt at the school, in place of the hunt that was canceled last weekend because of the winter storm.
25 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Teens, adults and young children pose for a photo with the Easter Bunny.
A group of students pose with the Easter Bunny
Two students pose for a photo with the Easter Bunny.
A student poses with a bunny cutout that reads Egg hunt and leave a space for his face
A student poses with the Easter Bunny as two  people walk in the background
A student poses with the Easter Bunny
The  Easter Bunny stands near the playground
The Easter bunny goes down the slide as students watch
Two teens with bunny ears pose with an adult holding an Easter Bunny cutout with a  hole left for her face