Happy Holidays, Wildcats! The Class of 2026 is hosting a Holiday Breakfast with Santa this Saturday. Please come out and support our event! The breakfast will be held at the Livingston Manor Central School cafeteria from 8:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the door or sent in. Children 3 and under are free. All proceeds from the breakfast will go to the Class of 2026. We hope to see you there!
5 months ago, LMCS Updates
Students at Livingston Manor were able to stargaze and learn more about our night skies without leaving the building thanks to The Star Lab, a portable and immersive planetarium.
5 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A group of students pose at the entry of the StarLab
Constellations are projected on the inside of the StarLab
A group of students pose at the entry of the StarLab
A teacher looks at students seated on the floor inside the StarLab
Mrs Darder's second grade class studied the history and tradition of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. They concluded their study by marching in their own parade with floats and balloons created by the students.
5 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students pose for a photo with their decorated balloons and floats
Students hold decorated balloons and floats in a parade around the classroom
Students hold decorated balloons and floats in a parade around the classroom
Students hold decorated balloons and floats in a parade around the classroom
The LMCS Ski Club invites all Livingston Manor elementary students to a Sneaker Night on Friday, Dec. 1, for basketball, gaga ball, games, crafts and more in the old gym. Prek and kindergarten students are invited from 3 to 4:15 p.m., first and second graders from 4:30 to 5:45 p.m., third and fourth graders from 6 to 7:15 p.m. and fifth and sixth graders from 7:15 to 8:30 p.m.. Permission slips have been sent home. Those who didn't receive a permission slip may contact their child's teacher for another one. The cost is $5, and snacks and drinks, including nachos, pretzels, chips, candy water and juices, will be available for sale. For more information, contact Meagan Edwards at 845-439-4400, ext. 1227, or meagan.edwards@lmcs.us.
5 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A flyer with the clip art and information included in the post
The LMCS Interact Club held a donation drive and class competition to help the local food pantry and backpack program before Thanksgiving. The LMTA donated 64 items and the Interact Club donated gravy and cranberry sauce. The winners were Mr. Hick's and Mrs. Ross's sixth grade class in first, with second going to Mr. Hemmer and Ms. Williams' class. Seventh grade took first place for the seventh through 12th grades. A total of 921 cans were collected.
5 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A class poses in a hallway holding cans
A class poses in a hallway holding cans
A group of people stand in a line holding cans with a pyramid of cans on a table in front of htem and boxes of cans on the floor
A class poses in a hallway holding cans
Our kindergarten chefs were at work before break preparing (and eating) a delicious Thanksgiving feast.
5 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students with turkey headbands sit at a table set for thanksgiving
A student with a turkey headband stands near a blender
A student mixes chicken and breadcrumbs in a green bowl
A student coats a piece of chicken with egg in  a blue bowl while other student coats chicken with breadcrumbs in a green bowl
A student prepares to scoop chicken from a pan filled with breadcumbs
A student picks up chicken with tongs
A student removes breadcrumb covered chicken from a pan
A student uses a knife to cut butter as another student watches
A student with a turkey headband on holds a juicebox.
Livingston Manor Wildcats will have a chance to show off their school pride by taking part in Sullivan 180’s Walk-Thru Mondays, part of the Peace, Love & Lights at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, between 5 and 9 p.m. Monday, Dec. 4. Last entry will be at 7:30 p.m. During School Spirit Night, students, faulty, staff and supporters are encourage to wear their school’s gear and get creative in showing their school spirit. The Sullivan 180 Healthier Generation Team's goal is 600 walkers in an effort to get folks out and moving during the holiday season, and raise funds and collect toys for the Sullivan County Federation for the Homeless Sullivan 180’s Walk-Thru Mondays will take place Mondays, Nov. 27 through Dec. 25. Other themed nights will be healthcare night on Dec. 11, and Dec. 18 will be Healthiest Fire Department Challenge Night. The cost is $12 for those 12 and older. Those younger than 12 are admitted free. Each guest who brings a new, unwrapped toy will be admitted for free.
5 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Flyer featuring logos and a photo of two adults and two children in silhouette looking at light designs with information included in the post
As part of the after-school program, third graders had a chance to learn some basics of physics with a turkey launcher project last week
5 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Three students set up a "turkey launcher" a spoon catapult with a paper turkey, in a hallway
Two students launch a paper turkey with a spoon catapult as an adult watches
Good Morning Wildcats: Due to the predicted weather later today, Tuesday, November 21st, 2023, there are NO after-school activities. This includes athletics, the after school program, and any other events. We hope you all have a great vacation and enjoy the holiday.
5 months ago, David Eggleton
Fourth-graders took their art skills outside earlier this week during the after school program and made sketches of the town views.
5 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A student sitting on a stone wall holds a sketchbook up while other students work on their sketches of building across the river
students sit on a stone wall looking at buildings across the river.
A student stands near a stone wall where other students are sitting and sketching the buildings across the room
students sit on a stone wall looking at buildings across the river.
students sit on a stone wall looking at buildings across the river.
Good Afternoon Wildcats, Reminder to athletes to register on Arbiter Sports, formerly known as Family ID, prior to the start of all Winter Sports practices. See Mr. Eggleton if you have any questions. Go Wildcats!
6 months ago, David Eggleton
Livingston Manor staff and students honored local veterans in advance of Veterans Day with a breakfast and assembly. School will be closed Friday, Nov. 10, in observance of Veterans Day. #ThankYouVeterans
6 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A display with goodie bags with patriotic tags, an American flag and red and white flowers sits on a white tablecloth with people talking at long tables in the background
Veterans sit in chars in front of an assembly
A billboard with red blue and red and white striped stars with names and Thank you Veterans
A panoramic of the cafeteria with the student band at the front of the room and people seated at red, white and blue topped cafeteria tables
Staff, guests and students stand for the pledge of allegiance in the auditorium
Cutouts of three soldiers  sit ontop of a two-legged wooden structure with Salute to Our Heroes on the top
A person stands at a podium next too veterans seated in chairs with an American flag as students sit on the auditorium floor
Good Afternoon Livingston Manor Community: The Livingston Manor Central School Class of 2025 is hosting the Cole Circus All Stars Special 85th Anniversary Celebration on Thursday, November 9th, at 6:30 PM in the new gym at Livingston Manor. Advance tickets are on sale now for $15 adult price ( which includes admission for 2 children ages 12 and under) . Contact any junior class member or their advisors Bonnie Hoag, Carmen Staudt for tickets to the event. We hope to see you there!
6 months ago, David Eggleton
On Thursday, November 9th, 2023, Livingston Manor Central School will be hosting a Veteran’s Day breakfast from 8:30 - 10 AM. We are inviting all Veterans in the Livingston Manor Community and up to two additional guests. Please come through the front main entrance and sign in when you arrive. We look forward to this great opportunity for students to speak and learn from those who have served our country.
6 months ago, David Eggleton
Seventh graders had a fantastic time at the Single Bite luncheon at the DeBruce. On the menu was Little Gem Salad, Showdance Farm Chicken, roasted carrots, fried potatoes and olive oil cake, A follow up visit at the school will continue the lessons on healthy, local food.
6 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students sit at two-person tables in a dining room surrounded by windows
A menu with a plate of olive oilcake and raspberries sit next to it.
A group of students and adults pose on teh front steps of a yellow house
Meals are plated on a table with heat lamps over them
A menu shows the meal.
Some students from the after-school program took advantage of the nice weather and went on a hike to Roundtop Mountain during the program. They learned about Roundtop Mountain and we able to enjoy the late fall foliage.
6 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students and adults stand at an overlook at the top of a mountain.
Last week, Livingston Manor marked Red Ribbon Week, a time to remind students of the importance of making healthy choices and living a drug-free life. Monday was Twin Day, where "Good Friends help you make wise decisions." On Tuesday, students and staff were encouraged to wear red to show LMCS was RED-Y to live a drug- and bully-free life. On Wednesday, wearing mismatches clothes and silly socks displayed that LMCS won't get mixed up with drugs. Thursday offered students a chance to look to the future and dress up as their future career. The week closed with Neon Day, because we are too "bright" to bully and do drugs. We are so grateful to Jaime Snow, the Interact Club, and Rotary for helping us to make this year's Red Ribbon Week, including Night Out, a success.
6 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Four people wearing black shirts that have Team in White and Kindergarten in bright colors pose
Twho students wearing blue hoodies sit at desks
Two adults in bright orange shirts pose
Two students wearing black shirts and purple, pink and blue flannels smile
A student wearing a red shirt pets a sheep as three people in red shirts are in the background and a person in a plack shirt and gray pants stands near
A man in a red shirt poses with an officer and his K9
An adult in a red shirt kneels down to pet a sheep that has a sticker on its head
Good Afternoon Livingston Manor Community, Today, Tuesday, October 31st, Livingston Manor is hosting a trunk or treat in the back parking lot of school at 5:15 PM. Reminder - there is no school for students on Wednesday, November 1st, 2023. Also, there will be a brief athletics send off in the back parking lot of the Livingston Manor Central School on Wednesday, November 1st, 2023 at 2:30 PM. Please come out and support the Varsity Girls Soccer team who will be competing in the New York State Regional Class D Title Game on Wednesday, November 1st, 2023, 7 PM at Mechanicville High School. Go Wildcats!
6 months ago, David Eggleton
Livingston Manor Girls Varsity Soccer will take on Fort Ann in the Class D Sub-Regional Tournament. The game will be played at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1, at Mechanicville High School at 25 Kniskern Ave. in Mechanicville. Those who wish to attend must purchase tickets, at $8 plus a service fee, in advance online at https://gofan.co/event/1137701?schoolId=NYSPHSAAII. Those who can't make it, can watch the livestream at https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/nysphsaa/gam5df4576f1a. The Roscoe and Livingston Manor fire departments will escort the girls' bus through both hamlets, starting at 2:15 p.m. in Roscoe and around 2:30 p.m. in Livingston Manor. Please line the main streets and the schools’ back parking lots to show your support.
6 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A girls soccer team poses with medals and a plaque on teh side of a playing field
Dozens of Livingston Manor and Roscoe elementary students are learning basketball skills thanks to a series of youth basketball clinics presented by the Catskill Cardinals basketball team. Members of the Livingston Manor boys and girls JV and varsity basketball teams are assisting the Cardinals at the clinics held at the LMCS gym. The final of three clinics will be Saturday, Oct. 28.
6 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students sit in a circle as an adult gives instructs on gym floor with baskeballs scattered around the floor..
Students  bounce basketballs and work on other skils
An adult holds a basketball as students line up holding their own basketballs
Studnets tather around a basketball player with hands toward the center
students bend over at the wast with legs crossed to stretch in a gym
Students work on baskeball skills in a gym
Students sit in a circle around a basketball player in the middel of a gym floor as people watch from the stands.