By Liz Sobel.
MacArthur High School, part of the Levittown School District, has been named a New York State Reward School, the highest designation possible by the state.
The school was identified by New York State Education Commissioner John B. King, Jr. as one of 353 schools statewide that has made the most progress or is the state’s most high-performing without significant gaps in student achievement.
Levittown Superintendent of Schools James Grossane stated, “We are so proud of the MacArthur High School teachers, students, support staff and parents. Their dedication and hard work has made for a great educational experience, which is what a great school community is all about.”