Press release from Syntax:
Sept. 18, 2020
The Levittown Public Schools Board of Education held its first regular meeting since the start of the new school year on Sept. 16. With social distancing protocols in place, a limited number of community members were welcomed to attend the meeting in-person in the Levittown Memorial Board Room. The meeting was also livestreamed on YouTube.
During the meeting, Todd Winch, assistant superintendent for instruction, introduced this year’s two high school student liaisons to the Levittown community. Division Avenue High School senior Jasmeet Sahota received a warm welcome from the board, along with MacArthur High School senior Taylor Muckle, who will serve as the school’s temporary liaison as of now. Both students will attend each board meeting to report on their respective school’s events and news.
Sahota is a high honor roll student who plays an active role at Division Avenue High School. He serves as the vice-president of the math honor society and is secretary to the Division Avenue student council. Among his other leadership roles, Sahota was a student member on the district’s strategic planning committee and a class liaison for the student council. He is also a student-athlete who has participated in varsity tennis, varsity track and field and junior varsity volleyball.
Muckle is a bright student who has showcased her leadership skills as a member of the MacArthur High School art, business, Tri-M and national honor societies. She is also a high honor roll student, a valued member of the school’s symphony orchestra, a peer leader and has participated in several fundraisers and community service events.
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