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7 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
On a maroon background is a white box with a piece of tap at the top with the LMCS logo lightly on the background of the white, with "We are hiring Positions part time teacher’s aide 1:1, various teaching positions, various substitute positions, more. Learn More, visit our Job Opportunties webpage at www.lmcs.us/page/job-opportunties
Mrs. Nichols summer school class read the StoryWorks Magazine Play "Chicken Little" during the Summer Enrichment Program. The students were very excited to perform a Dramatic Readers' Theater for several other elementary classes.
7 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Bird-mask wearing students under the direction of an adult perform a reading of a play
ThreeBird-mask wearing students perform a reading of a play
Bird-mask wearing students under the direction of an adult perform a reading of a play
Students watch a plan from desks as older studemts perform
Everyday is craft day at the Summer Enrichment Program. Great job, kids!
7 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students display crafts made of pool noodle pieces and toothpicks
Students work on crafts made of pool noodle pieces and toothpicks
Half paper plates painted as blue skies with clouds and colored strings as rainbows are displayed on a table.
Students at the Summer Enrichment Program took another trip to Gael Roots Community Farm earlier this week. Students in grades pre-k to 2 harvested milky oats, helped build a boarder around one of the farm's apple trees., and visited with Isla the Scottish Highland cow, and got to pet the sheep.
7 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A student holds milky oats that were harvested as other students stand behind her
A student is surrounded by oats is a field
Students place rocks around an apple tree as two adults watch.
An adult pets a Scottish Highland cow behind a fence as students watch.
An adult pets two sheep as students and another adult watch or pet other sheep
A sheep sniffs the dress of a young student as another student watches
Pre-K to second grade students enjoyed ice cream at Evelyn’s Ice Stand, a hike, blueberry picking, a visit from Althaea the lamb, and a picnic at Gael Roots Community Farm on Thursday during their weekly field trip at the summer enrichment program.
7 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Three students sit on a curb with a sign for "Old Souls" as they eat ice cream"
A student holds an ice cream cone and smiles for the camera with icecream on his face.
Students sit on a step and eat icecream
A girl smiles holding an ice cream cone
Two students eat ice cream in front of an icecream shaped sign
Students walk in a line through a wooded trail
A student holds blueberries and smiles from the camera as another student stands behind him.
A student holds blueberries as other students are shown in the background
Students pet a brown lamb as an adult kneels and holds it and another adult watches.
A student makes a funny face crouching next to a brown lamb
Good Afternoon Livingston Manor Community: Reminder on Livingston Manor Fall 2023 Athletics - JV and Varsity teams on July 24th, 2023 the Portal Opens 8 AM; Modified teams on August 7th, 2023 the Portal Opens 8 AM. To register, please go through the link which can be found on the athletics homepage under Arbiter Sports - formerly known as FamilyID. All Livingston Manor Athletes will need to register with Arbiter Sports (FamilyID) and submit your child(ren)’s information electronically prior to the first day of practice. New teams this Fall are Varsity Cheerleading and Modified Girls Volleyball. Mr. Eggleton and Mrs. Davis are available for assistance if needed. Thank you and GO WILDCATS!!!
7 months ago, David Eggleton
Students in the summer program enjoyed learning the scientific method by seeing what paper towel brand absorbs the most water earlier this week. They then made tie dye T-shirts.
7 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A student standing puts water and paper towns on a tray as another student sits at a desk
Students sitting at desk use paper towels to absorb water
Students standing at desks test to see what paper towel brand absorbs the most water
Students apply die to T-shirts at a table covered in an orange cloth
Students display tie-die T-Shirts
As part of the summer enrichment program, students in pre-K through sixth grades take a field trip each Thursday. Last week, students were able to enjoy the water at Lake Superior in Bethel.
8 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A lifeguard watches over the beach at a lake
A student sits in the water
A student plays in the water as others frolic behind him
A student uses a shovel in the water
Students and others play in the water
A student plays in the sand
A student swims near a buoy line
A student sits in the water near a buoy line
Students gather in front of a lifeguard stand
Good Afternoon, Livingston Manor Central School District will be offering school and sports physicals on: Tuesday, July 18th, 2023 from 9 AM -11:30 AM in the Livingston Manor Central School Nurse's office. Please contact Mrs. Davis for any questions, extension 1214. Go Wildcats! 
8 months ago, David Eggleton
Students in pre-kindergarten through third grade in the Summer Enrichment Program visited Gael Roots Community Farm on Cattail Road on July 11 and learned about gardening, made some tea with mint and St John's wort, ran around a bit and had fun.
8 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students stand in a field learning about planting
Students plant in a field under the supervision of an adult
Students and an adul look at plants near a sidewalk
An adult puts items in a jar as students watch
Students pet a dog an adult holds
Students and adults listen to a farmer talking about planting
A student holds a plant to plant as others plant in the field near him
Two students pat down soil around a plant
An adult holds a plant as students watch as they plant their own
Students plant in a mound of dirt.
Livingston Manor senior Sarah Evans is sponsoring a Livingston Manor Community Blood Drive from 1 to 6 p.m. Friday, July 28. The event will be hosted by the Livingston Manor Fire House, at 93 Main St. in Livingston Manor, and will be held in the meeting room. Those who attend will get a Shark Week shirt from Discovery, while supplies last. Appointments can be made by visiting RedCrossBlood.org, calling 1-800-733-2767 or downloading the Blood Donor app. Donors can save time on the day of the drive by going to Redcrossblood.org/rapidpass on their mobile devices.
8 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
a drawing of a blood donation bag with a line dripping into a heart
Congratulations to Alyssa Peck and the Class of 2023. #LMCSClassOf2023
8 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A maroon graphic with a rolled diploma, mortar board the LMCS logo, the Class of 2023, a picture of a graduate and the name Alyssa Peck.
Sullivan BOCES held its graduation ceremony on June 21, for the Rubin Pollack Education Center. Congratulations Class of 2023, and Livingston Manor Graduate Gemael Wallace!
8 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A student in a blue cap and gown holds a diploma
Livingston Manor Central School Graduation will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 24, in the gymnasium. Maggi Fitzpatrick, a 2012 graduate of LMCS, will be the graduation speaker. She earned her bachelor's degree in clinical exercise science from Ithaca College. She coached the girls varsity basketball and soccer teams this year and is owner and CEO of Fitzpatrick Consulting Group, Inc. and Calo Fitness, LLC. If you can't make it to graduation at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 24, tune in online. See our livestream at https://tinyurl.com/LMCSgrad2023
8 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Maggi Fitzpatrick
On Wednesday, our sixth graders participated in the Step Up ceremony, marking their move from elementary to middle school. Congrats, Elementary School grads!
8 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students sit on risers as a man speaks at a podium and audience members watch
Graduation for our oldest students is Saturday morning, but our youngest students had their first opportunity to graduate last week. Congratulations to our pre-k students!
8 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Young students in caps in gowns sit on chairs in a line as a screen is displayed behind them in an auditorium
Congratulations to Alicia Negron and the Class of 2023. #LMCSClassOf2023
8 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A maroon graphic with a rolled diploma, mortar board the LMCS logo, the Class of 2023, a picture of a graduate and the name Alicia Negron
Eight Livingston Manor seniors graduated from the Sullivan County BOCES Career & Technical Education Center 2022-2023 programs last week during a ceremony at Tri-Valley Central School. Congratulations to Mackenize Carlson, Gabriel Ivory, Ian Allard, Andrew Gaebel, Emalee Schleiermacher, Sheone Santiago, Morgan McKinely and Ryan Rampe.
8 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A table is set with flowers for the Sullivan BOCES CTE recognition ceremony
A student holds a certificate flanked by two men.
A student holds a certificate flanked by two men.
A student holds a certificate flanked by two men.
A student holds a certificate flanked by two men.
A student holds a certificate flanked by two men.
A student holds a certificate flanked by two men.
Congratulations to Andrew Gaebel and the Class of 2023. #LMCSClassOf2023
8 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A maroon graphic with a rolled diploma, mortar board the LMCS logo, the Class of 2023, a picture of a graduate and the name  Andrew Gaebel
A summertime tradition was brought indoors last week when Ms. Brianna bought in her s’mores maker so the second graders were able to make the traditional campfire treat.
8 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students, with the help of an adult, roast marshmallows on forks over a s'mores maker.
Students eat s'mores at their desks
Students eat s'mores at their desks.
Students, with the help of an adult, roast marshmallows on forks over a s'mores maker.
Students, with the help of an adult, roast marshmallows on forks over a s'mores maker.
Students, with the help of an adult, roast marshmallows on forks over a s'mores maker.