Let's do a #ThrowbackThursday: Who doesn't love love? Mrs. Bauer and Miss Brianna created Valentine’s Day gingerbread houses with the second graders in February.
26 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students pose with their Valentine's Day gingerbreadhouses
A compilation photo of the Valentine's Day gingerbread houses.
A compilation photo of students work on their Valentine's Day gingerbread houses
A compilation photo of students work on their Valentine's Day gingerbread houses
A compilation photo of students work on their Valentine's Day gingerbread houses
A compilation photo of students work on their Valentine's Day gingerbread houses
A compilation photo of students work on their Valentine's Day gingerbread houses
Hello Wildcats! This is a reminder about the LMCS Interact Club's Blood Drive happening tomorrow Wednesday, March 27th! Help save a life! We're inviting everyone to donate blood at the New Gym from 2:00 pm to 6:30 pm. Donating blood is a quick and easy way to make a big difference. One donation can help up to three people in need. Spread the word! See you there!
28 days ago, LMCS Updates
Mrs. Nichols' third-grade class get excited about nonfiction, via a Text Feature Surgery Classroom Transformation. Students dove deep into informational texts. They worked on locating, identifying, understanding and creating nonfiction text features.
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students in masks and gloves complete a "text feature surgery"
Students in masks and gloves complete a "text feature surgery"
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, April 13, will focus on sight. 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.
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A flyer promoting the Sensory Play Series event with information included in the post.
Good Afternoon Wildcats, Due to the forecasted weather and predicted icy conditions for tomorrow, we have a few changes in our planned events. The Youth Basketball Tournament that was scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday, March 23rd will now be held on Saturday, April 20th here at LMCS. Additionally, the LMCS Interact club and Livingston Manor Rotary club egg hunt that was scheduled for Saturday, March 23rd is canceled. The LMCS Interact club will host an activity in collaboration with the Livingston Manor elementary students next week.  Thank you and be safe. 
about 1 month ago, David Eggleton
The deadline to order a LMCS 2023-24 yearbook for $65 is March 31. After that, the price will rise to $70. To place an order, visit https://link.entourageyearbooks.com/my/LMCSyearbook2024
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
On a marble background is the LMCS logo with LMCS Yearbook written around it
Mrs. Freidenstines Living Environment classes and Ag Science classes learned about tapping maple trees, collecting the sap and working with local maple producer, Mike Haff on Whitendale Road to boil the sap into syrup. Students will be conducting a taste testing of various syrups and sugar contents to submit in the NY Ag in the Classroom’s schoolyard Maple Sugar contest.
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students place buckets and bags near maple trees to collect sap.
Students attach tubes to taps in a maple tree
A student hammers a tap into a maple tree.
Good Evening Wildcats: On Friday, March 22nd, the Class of 2025 will be hosting a sneaker night after school. Times are 3-4 PM - grades PK-1, 4:15-5:45 PM - grades 2-3, 6-7:30 PM - grades 4-6. There will be concessions available throughout the event. Thank you.
about 1 month ago, David Eggleton
The SUNY Fredonia School of Music came to visit LMCS on Friday, March 15. Bassoon Professor Laura Koepke and Percussion Professor Dr. Kay Stonefelt brought five incredibly talented music students with them to perform, teach and share some of the Fredonia energy with our instrumental music students in grades 5-12. Students witnessed incredible performances as well as interactive music workshops for the entirety of the school day. It was an inspiring day of music education.
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Three percussionists play in a music room in front of students
Students look at bassoons held by older students
students play instruments in a band room
Three percussionists play in a music room in front of students
Two bassoonists speak to students students in a music room
Two bassoonists play in front of the students in a music room
Good afternoon Wildcats, Due to the inclement weather we will be cancelling all after school activities today, March 20th. In addition, tonight’s board meeting has been moved to tomorrow at 6PM. Thank you, and be safe!
about 1 month ago, Adam Larson
The Livingston Manor Library, at 92 Main St. is hosting several events for students on students on Saturday, April 20. Developing readers are invited to practice reading a book with Benji the dog from 10 to 11 a.m. At 11 a.m., Ms. Jess will lead a critter jar craft for kids ages 5 to 10. Children will design their own jar for catching critters of spring and summer. Supplies are limited and registration is required. Sign up for either of these event in person, at livingstonmanorlibrary.org/programsignup or by calling 845-439-5440. The 2024 Battle of the books, for students in Grades 7-12, will have its next meeting at noon Saturday, April 20. In the activity, student read books, have trivia competitions, have snacks, receive book prizes for participating, and will have a pizza party before the regional battle on Aug. 25, where cash prizes for first through third place will be rewarded. For more information or to sign up, visit livingstonmanorlibrary.org/battleofthebooks, email jdavis@rcls.org or call the library.
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A flyer for Battle of the Books with information included in the post
A flyer for Books with Benji with information included in the post
A flyer for Critter Jar Craft with information included in the post
Third through sixth grade students in Livingston Manor and Roscoe central schools are invited to take part in a basketball tournament on Saturday, March 23, at Livingston Manor Central School. Permission slips have been sent home with the students, but registration may also be done starting at 9:15 a.m. before the tournament. The event is hosted by the Catskill Cardinals basketball team and sponsored by the Lazare & Charlotte Kaplan Foundation.
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A flyer for a baskeball tournament that includes information in the post.
The LMCS Interact Club will host the Livingston Manor Community Blood Drive on Wednesday, March 27. The American Red Cross event will be held from 2 to 6:30 p.m. in the new gym of the school at 19 School St. in Livingston Manor. All blood types are needed. Call 800-732-2767 or visit redcrossblood.org. Those who donate will receive an exclusive "Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire" and Red Cross shirt, while supplies last.
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
a graphic of a blood donation bag dripping into a half filled heart shape
The fifth graders put their creative skills to work when they created either a plant or animal cell. Check out their unique ideas
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Crafts representing cells
Crafts representing cells
Crafts representing cells
Crafts representing cells
Dear Wildcat Community: While this winter has been relatively mild in terms of snow, it has had its challenges. As of today we have three (3) unused emergency days remaining that were built into the school calendar for the 2023-24 school year. The following changes are contingent upon having NO more emergency closing days between now and May 22, 2024. If there is a need to close, we will need to revisit our proposed use of give back days. If no emergency closures occur between now and March 27, then Thursday, March 28, 2024 will be a give back day with NO SCHOOL for all students and staff. This would make Spring break from Thursday, March 28 to Monday April 8, 2024. Students returning to school on Tuesday, April 9, 2024. Additionally, if no emergency days occur between April 9th and May 22nd, then Thursday, May 23, 2024 will also be a give back day with no school for all students and staff. Thank you!
about 1 month ago, David Eggleton
Last week's Color Wars were a blast. There were fun activities and dress up days all week, and a hallway decorating contest won by the ninth grade class. The week culminated with the Color War contests, where classes competed against each other in fun activities. See more photos on our Facebook page.
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students dress in blue seated on bleachers scream
A teacher helps a student look for books as a cashier cashes them out at a book fair in a hallway.
A teacher, her hair in large rollers, speaks to students seated at desks dressed in pajamas
A person runs around an orange cone with a pool noodle in his hand
Students play crab soccer
Two people dressed in pink pose for the camera as another person sits on the bleachers behind them.
A person shoots as a basketball as another watches his his ball
A student laying on his stomach on a flat scooter and holding a circular laundry basket is pushed by his feet by  to try to collect small balls, like the hungry, hungry  hippos game
Students dressed up like super heroes
A hall way decorated in a Pac Man Game style with a sign that says freshman
Hello Wildcats! Just a reminder, registration for the Livingston Manor/Roscoe Cal Ripken baseball and softball league closes this Friday, March 15th. Children ages 4 through 12 are welcome to sign up. Paper registration forms have been sent home and need to be postmarked by March 15th. You also have the ability to register online at lmrcalripken.com. Please email any questions to lmrcalripken@gmail.com.
about 1 month ago, David Eggleton
Livingston Manor Interact and Rotary Club will host a free Easter egg hunt for children through sixth grade starting at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, March 23, at Rotary Park (55 Pleasant St.) The event will take place rain or shine. The Easter Bunny will be there and available for photos. Children who attend are encouraged to bring a pail or bucket in which to place their collected eggs. Rain or Shine Pictures with the Easter Bunny When: March 23, 2024 Time: 10:30am Toddlers-Grade 6 Where: 65 Pleasant St.(Rotary Park) Cost: Free Bring a bucket or pail to gather up eggs!
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A drawing of a bunny sitting up hold ing a flower with three decorated eggs in front of it.
The blender bike (and second grade students) got a work out last week while making a healthy smoothie snack
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A student pedals a bike as an adult holds down the top of a blender mounted to the bike
A student pedals a bike as an adult holds down the top of a blender mounted to the bike
Hello Wildcats! Please be advised that there will be no after school program Thursday, March 14th, 2024. Again, the after school program on Thursday, March 14th has been canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you for your cooperation and have a great night.
about 1 month ago, LMCS Updates