Eighth grade students in accelerated math competed in Math Olympiad recently. It featured students across all 50 states, three U.S. territories and 30 foreign countries for a total of 3,918 teams and about 100,000 participants. Shane Graham, pictured top center, placed in the top 40% and received a gold trophy. Andrew Freidenstine, seated at left, middle row, placed in the top 50% and received a patch. All of the students worked hard, strived to do their best and received the certificates of participation.
Congratulations to Jenson Skalda and the Class of 2023. #LMCSClassOf2023
Congratulations to Kaitlyn Burkey and the Class of 2023. #LMCSClassOf2023
Physicals for those who need them to play sports or to meet school requirements will be offered at Livingston Manor Central School from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday July 18, and from 8:30 a.m. to from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12, in nurses office. They will be performed by Kim Sheldon, FNP, of UHS Primary Care in Roscoe. Appointments are required. Parents or guardians should call Mary Davis at 1-845-439-4400, ext. 1214, or email email@example.com.
Good Morning LMCS Community: The elementary grades 1-6 field day scheduled for today June 7, 2023, has been postponed. There is an air quality alert for the area, and the school district is taking precautions to protect the health of its students and staff. While it is safe to go outside for a short period of time, the long duration of the field day has raised our concerns. Under an abundance of caution we are postponing the field day for a later date. Go Wildcats!
Congratulations to Jocelyn Mills and the Class of 2023. #LMCSClassOf2023
Livingston Manor Elementary and Middle/High School are among the five Sullivan County schools that have met the minimum qualifications and are eligible to win $75,000 and $50,000 prizes from Sullivan 180. Part of what the schools will be judged on is how the school will use the prize money if they win. Our Empowering a Healthier Generations coordinators have surveyed the students, staff and community for ideas and now we need everyone's help in narrowing down this list of great ideas. Please take the survey at https://tinyurl.com/mvjvsxpk to help us out.
Congratulations to Mackenzie Carlson and the Class of 2023. #LMCSClassOf2023
Congratulations to Megan Cristaldi and the Class of 2023. #LMCSClassOf2023
Congratulations to Morgan McKinley and the Class of 2023. #LMCSClassOf2023
Registration for Western Sullivan Region 647 AYSO Soccer Fall 2023 is open. The program is for children born in 2019 to those in sixth grade. Early bird registration fee is $55 per player and ends June 15. The fee includes a $20 nonrefundable AYSO national player fee. An additional $10 will be charged for those who register from June 16 to 30. Children must be registered by June 30 to guaranteen team placement. Uniforms will be available for purchase for $35. There is also a AYSO Playground soccer program available for 3 and 4 year olds. To register, visit ayso647.org. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow the league on Facebook at AYSO Western Sullivan or Instagram @westernsullivanayso.
Congratulations to Mia Larizzati and the Class of 2023. #LMCSClassOf2023
Second graders got colorful this week with Ms. Brianna and they created tie-die T-shirts to wear them on their field trip next week.
Congratulations to Nadine Osborne and the Class of 2023. #LMCSClassOf2023
Congratulations to Robert Staudt and the Class of 2023. #LMCSClassOf2023
In recognition of their outstanding efforts and academic achievements, about two dozen students in seventh through 12th grades were invited to the Superintendent's Honors Trip to the Villa Roma Resort in Callicoon on Thursday, May 25. While there, students were able to take part in a variety of activities including a zip line, go karts, beach volleyball, swimming and so much more.
Congratulations to Nevaeha Jones and the Class of 2023. #LMCSClassOf2023
Livingston Manor hosted a meeting of the Sullivan County School Boards Association on Wednesday, May 24. After regular business concluded, the about 70 people in attendance enjoyed a farm to table dinner prepared by LMCS’s Food Service Director Stephen Rogers and Roscoe’s Food Service Director Leo Palacio. Following the dinner was featured speaker David Little of the NYS Rural Schools Association who led a discussion about issues facing rural school districts. Some of the topics addressed were electric school buses, the role of schools in rural communities, foundation aid and other funding and more.
Congratulations to Nicholas Cusumano and the Class of 2023. #LMCSClassOf2023
Congratulations to Ryan Rampe and the Class of 2023. #LMCSClassOf2023