WEEKLY RECAP: Levittown Schools React to Newton Shooting, Student's Artwork in Times Square

A look at the top stories of the past week.

Y.H. Park Taekwondo recently donated $3,500 to the North Shore Child & Family Center.
Y.H. Park Taekwondo recently donated $3,500 to the North Shore Child & Family Center.
Miss any big news this week in Levittown? No problem. Check out the top stories of the week so you can catch up on all of the local news.

This week, our top stories are:

3. Levittown Taekwondo Academy Donates $3,500
Y.H. Park Taekwondo has donated the $3,500 raised from admission fees collected at the 7th Annual New York Open Taekwondo Championship/Korean Cultural Festival to the North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center.

2. Levittown and Island Trees Schools React to Newton Shooting - Island Trees added extra security at their schools, and the Levittown School District reviewed the district safety plan, also announcing that the executive planning committee will meet this week to review input from building principals and administration.

1. Levittown Students Artwork Appears in Times Square - Division Avenue High School junior Lyndsey Petrofsky was recently informed that her art contest entry had been selected to appear on a billboard in Times Square.   

Other Top Stories:
MacArthur Senior Named to MSG Varsity All-Metro Football Team and MTA to Raise LIRR Fares.

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