‼️ Class of 2024 Parents - This is the last weekend you have to work on your Senior Celebration graphic for the yearbook because the deadline is January 31st! Don't miss out on this fun Livonia tradition. The Seniors love seeing them! Visit jostensadservice.com/student to create an ad for your Class of '24 Senior!
Upcoming Calendar Reminders: No School for students on Monday, January 29th. Winter Recess is February 19-23.
🚌☎️The phone system at the Bus Garage is currently not working. Please direct any phone calls to your student's main office. 346-4000 MHS- x1000 and ES x5000. Or send a message using the Ride 360 app or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
At last night's public meeting, the Board of Education approved the instructional calendar for the 2024-25 school year. You can find a printable PDF here: https://5il.co/2d3gr.
The Livonia Central School District will conduct a 15-minute early dismissal drill on Friday, February 16, 2024, in accordance with New York State Education Department regulations. Students will be sent to the same address on file that is used during regular dismissal. Students will be dismissed at the following times on February 16, 2024: Elementary School: 2:50 pm Full Day Pre-K: 2:35 pm dismissal/pickup (AM only Pre-K follow regular schedule) Middle/High School: 1:50 pm CTE and BOCES students will return to Livonia early to correspond with the release from the building. Students participating in afterschool athletic events that occur immediately after the end of the school day will report to sports study hall briefly before their events begin.
Updated test schedule for this week. Please note the POE test has been moved to Thursday afternoon.
🧡💙New Feature! It's Teacher (Staff) Tuesday! Based on students' input yesterday about a staff member who impacts them we will highlight a teacher or staff member every Tuesday. The word cloud is based on how students described the staff member and the quotes were written specifically for them. We are starting with Mr. O'Keefe! Mr. O'Keefe teaches 6th grade, heads up the Middle School Student Advisory Council, Coaches Softball, and is the Athletic Program Assistant. Congratulations Mr. O!
Reminder: Regents and Midterms start tomorrow. If students don't have an exam they will be in their regular scheduled class. A more detailed schedule can be found in the Monday Message. Please reach out to the MHS Main Office if you have questions about exams 346-4000 x1002
Class of 2024 Reminder - Tomorrow, January 23rd, at 6PM, is the free, virtual Financial Aid Information Session. Susan Romano, the Executive Financial Aid Director at SUNY Geneseo will be talking about all things Financial Aid/Paying for College. This event will be recorded if you cannot make the live meeting. Google Meet Link: meet.google.com/nge-dpqk-aqm. Please reach out to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Today's Monday Morning Message with Mr. Gammon celebrates adults who have had a positive impact on students' lives https://youtu.be/upo4bIHSvvc
‼️ Class of 2024 Parents - Good news for anyone who thought they missed out, the senior ad deadline has been extended till 1/31. Limited space left!!! Don't miss out! Visit jostensadservice.com/student to create an ad for your Class of '24 Senior!
🎨The Livonia MHS Art Department would like to congratulate the following artists for being selected to participate in the 2024 "Start Here" High School/Middle School Art Exhibition. Their work will be displayed at RIT from January 19th to February 3rd, 2024. Congratulations go to: Hailey B, Shelby G, Kaylie H, Brenna K, Emilie M, Morgan M, Leah W, and Isabella Z. RIT's "Start Here" is an invitational exhibition in RIT's Bevier Gallery featuring student artwork selected by high school and middle school teachers in the Rochester and Finger Lakes regions. An opening reception is scheduled for 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 19, in Bevier Gallery — an awards ceremony will also take place in Webb Auditorium. Food and refreshments will be available. All are welcome to attend. The exhibition is on view Jan. 19 to Feb. 3.
On Tuesday afternoon, the BrainStormers team kicked off the season. Unfortunately, the Bulldogs dropped both matches. They fell to Cal-Mum 220-130 to start and then went down to the wire in a 150-140 loss to Geneseo. However, the good news is that the team gets a chance to rebound on January 30! The top scorer was Ellie D (100 points).
On Tuesday, the middle school math team had its second competition of the year. Despite being short one team member, they still managed to finish in 4th place for the day. This is a young team, the only team in the league with sixth graders, so it’s only a matter of time before the Bulldogs climb toward the top! Today’s top scorers were Claire P (18 points), Audrey D (14 points), and Nolan C (11 points). The third and final competition of the year is on February 6.
Students in the MHS Library made over 50 holiday cards that were delivered by Elf Grace to the Monroe Community Hospital! Imagine all the cheer and joy these cards spread to people who really needed it during the holidays! Great job Bulldogs!
🐝After a three-year break, the LMS Spelling Bee is back! A group of students have been practicing after school as well as studying spelling lists at home to compete for the title of school champion. Isabella Z won with the word "intimidate" and Aidan M is our runner-up. Other students competing today were Jack S, Arianna S, Liliana A, Theo M, Emma L, and Autumn K. Mr. Chartier helped judge the competition and Mrs. Sykes was the pronounce. 🏆Congratulations to Isabella! Wish her luck as she begins a new study list in preparation for February's qualifying exam to determine if she will advance to the regional competition in March!
On Thursday night, the MasterMinds teams traveled to Keshequa for their first action of 2024. The JV team opened with a 90-45 victory against Belfast, but the Bulldogs fell to Mt. Morris 80-40 in their second match. Meanwhile, the varsity team defeated Keshequa 140-60 to start the night. In the next match, Mt. Morris was up 85-10 early in the second half. Livonia rallied to force overtime, though, and they won 125-115 on the very last question! An impressive victory that widened their lead at the top of the standings! Top scorers for the night were Ellie D (95 points), Leah W and Nica B (30 points each), and Bekah H and Matthew P (20 points each). You can find scores, stats, and schedules at http://www.nymasterminds.com/league/23-24R9.html
🎪The Billy Martin Circus is coming to town this Saturday, January 13th! ⏰1:00 PM 📍Livonia HS Gym 💲$15 presale ($20 at the door) Presale tickets can be purchased at West’s or the Livonia Elementary School Main Office. ➡️You can also purchase tickets online at https://www.govpaynow.com//gps/user/cyg/plc/a001yg. Please put Circus Tickets under Class/Camp registering for space. 🆓2 FREE kids tickets (12 and under) with the purchase of one adult ticket. Sponsored by the Class of 2026
January Calendar Reminder - No school on Monday, January 15th and 29th.
The Math Team has serious problems, and they solved them today 🤣. 🏆Livonia's top-scoring Mathletes at today's competition were Alex McKeel, Kallen Miller, Keira Wilson, AJ Peri, Molly Walker, and Alaina Turek. Livonia is currently in second place overall with one more meet to go in February.