Mrs. Nichols', Mrs. Evans' and Ms. Bauer's classes took part in the Teddy Bear Clinic at UHS Delaware Valley in Walton earlier this month. There, the students were able to learn about what happens in a hospital and ER, see the inside of an ambulance and more. See more photos on our Facebook page
24 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students, with their stuffed animals, sit on a hospital bed
Livingston Manor seventh graders were able to learn more about where food comes from through several activities with A Single Bite this fall. There was a class visit, a trip to Somewhere in Time Farm and a meal made of locally grown products at The DeBruce. See more photos on our Facebook page
25 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students watch a presentation by a person at the front of the class
A student holds a tray with freshly picked potatoes
Students and teachers pose for a photo
Students sit at a table with dinnerware in front of them
The Class of 2024 is hosting a Scentsy fundraiser through Nov. 21. Find more information and order at https://jenniferwood11.scentsy.us/party/16846088/lm-class-of-24-fundraiser
26 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
LMCS logo in center of marble background with Class of 2024 Fundraiser
The Scentsy Logo
As part of the Halloween festivities on Oct. 31, Elementary classes decorated pumpkins on different themes. There was plenty of creativity shown in these creations. See more photos on our Facebook page.
27 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Decorated pumpkins line sit on bleachers
A pumpkin decorated as a cup of coffee sits next to a box of doughnuts with a sign below that reads Miss Smith's Class
Pumpkins decorated as a cheeseburger and a banana split sit on bleachers with a sign that reads Grade 6 all about food below.
Pumpkins decorated as characters from The Nightmare Before Christmas sit on bleachers above a sign that says Mrs. Hoag's class
LMCS Elementary celebrated Halloween with a parade around the gym. Check out these great costumes. See more photos on our Facebook page.
28 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A group of a adults wear crayon shirts
A student dressed as a bunny
A student in a skeleton costume waves next to a vanpire
Two students in costumes pose
The Kaatskeller hosted a community Halloween event on Saturday, Oct. 29. A huge thank you was issued to all the students, as well as Ms. Coriano, Mrs. Ryan, Ms. Edwards, Ms. Lundquist and Mr. Hemmer, who helped make it a success. An estimated 300 people attended.
29 days ago, Livingston Manor Central School
a group poses on a patio decorated for Halloween.
a costumed child decorates a dessert
a costumed child takes a bite of a doughnut on a string
Livingston Manor Class of 2023 held a Halloween dance for seventh and eighth grade students on Oct. 28. Part of the dance was a costume contest. Scariest Costume went to Makayla Budd, and Most original was Jack MacManus. Great costumes!
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A student in a scary clown costume
A student dressed as a McDonald's worker
Livingston Manor Interact and Rotary Club and the Sullivan County Youth Bureau hosted their third annual Night Out connected to Red Ribbon Week and the National Night Out on Oct. 26 at Livingston Manor Rotary Park. The goal is to keep community members and kids drug free and work to end drug use among youths and others. The event also focuses on raising awareness through camaraderie and to improve area relationships. The groups also had help from Sullivan 180, Catholic Charities, Sullivan County Public Health, Sullivan County Department of Community Services, Running W. Farms, Bleeding Heart LEMC and Ruth's Face Painting. See our Facebook page for more photos from the event.
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Three people post with their faces painted
People stand behind a table covered in a blue tablecloth
Three people pose with an Elmo costumed person
And adult and a child in a skeleton costume stand next to an Elmo costumed person.
Parents and guardians: Would you like to celebrate your child's birthday in school, but in a more-healthful way? As a part of a LMCS' Wellness initiative, the district is excited to invite you to celebrate your child's birthday by opting to use the Celebration Cart or Blender Bike in place of traditional food celebrations. The Blender Bike is a stationary bike that invites students to spin and blend smoothies for the whole class to enjoy. The Celebration Cart is full of fun games and activities to help celebrate your student's special day. If you would like to use the Celebration Cart or Blender Bike, email you child's teacher at least a week ahead of the desired date of use with your selection. If you would like to use the Blender Bike, provide materials, such as yogurt, fruit, spinach, etc., to make the smoothies.
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A sign with Happy Birthday surrounded by balloons
LMCS kicked off Red Ribbon week Monday, Oct. 24, with the help of the LM PTSA and LM Interact Club by hosting magician Hocus Pocus, who helped us make drugs and bullying "disappear." See more photos from the event on our Facebook page
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A magician sits on stars and shows a trick to  students.
Friday, Oct. 28, is the last day to order wreaths and poinsettias to benefit the LMCS Ski Club trip to Smuggler's Notch. To order see Meagan Edwards or a student who is attending trip. Orders will be delivered the first week of December.
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
On a marble background reads LMCS Ski Club fundraiser in marron letters with the LMCS logo in the middle
Don't forget to vote today on the proposed merger of Livingston Manor and Roscoe school districts. Polls are open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Learn more about the proposal at https://www.lmcs.us/page/merger-study.
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
On a gray to white gradient background reads Vote today!Let your voice be heard on the proposed school merger between Livingston Manor and Roscoe school districts in the advisory referendum. Polls are open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. today, Oct. 26, in both districts." with the Roscoe logo at bottom left and the LMCS logo at bottom right.
ABA Northeast Conference's Catskill Cardinals will play in a exhibition gave vs the Raptors at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29, at the Roscoe Central School The Cardinals hosted a series of basketball clinics at LMCS for elementary and middle school students at Roscoe and Livingston Manor earlier this year. There is a suggested donation of $2 per person. Concessions will be available.
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
On a blue and red background with, from left, the Raptors logo;  vs stylized with a flame circle around it, and the Cardinals logo. On top is "PreSeason Exhibition. In the bottom left: Date: Oct. 29; Tip Off: 2 p.m.; Location: Roscoe Central School; 6 Academy St. Roscoe NY 12776.
On Sunday, Oct. 30, there will be a free Community Halloween party at the Kaatskeller on Main Street. The event, sponsored by the Livingston Manor Free Library the Kaplan Foundation and the Kaatskeller, is free and open to all and will take place from 1 to 3 p.m. There will be music, crafts and games. Children 12 and younger will get free pizza, with a costume contest at 2 p.m. For more information, call the library at 845-439-5440.
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A flyer featuring a full moon and haunted house, as well as a photo of someone making pizza, that has all of the information in the post.
The first and second graders recently visited Bethel Woods for a performance by visiting artist 1,2,3 Andres!
about 1 month ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Students pose for a photo at Bethel Woods
The LMCS Ski Club is holding a poinsettia and wreath sale through Oct. 28. There are four varieties of poinsettias available: red, white, pink and red "glitter." They come in 6½ inch pots and are $16. Two sizes of hand decorated wreaths are also being sold. Small wreaths, with a 12-inch ring size and 18-inch finished size, are $25, and large wreaths, built on a 16-inch ring size with a finished size of 24 inches, are $24. To order, see Meagan Edwards or a student who is planning to attend the overnight trip to Smugglers' Notch. Delivery is scheduled for the first week of December.
about 2 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
On a marble background reads LMCS Ski Club fundraiser in marron letters with the LMCS logo in the middle
Congratulations to teacher Jessica Freidenstine and former Superintendent's Secretary/District clerk Jane Mann for being honored as an Outstanding Educator, and a Friend of Education, respectively, during the Sullivan County School Board Association's Awards dinner earlier this week.
about 2 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
Six people pose for a photo with two women at front holding awards
The Class of 2023 will host a Halloween Dance for from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28. The dance, which will include a (school-appropriate) costume contest, is for LMCS seventh and eighth grade students. Admission is $10 and concessions will be for sale. We can't wait to see all the costumes!
about 2 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
On a pale orange background is a cartoon image of person dressed at a ghost with three bats and two pumpkins near with information in the post included.
LMCS Ski Club will host a meeting on an planned overnight trip to Smugglers' Notch. The meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct.12 in the LMCS Cafeteria. The trip is open to Livingston Manor and Roscoe students in seventh through 12th grades. At the trip, costs and fundraising will be discussed.
about 2 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A flyer featuring a downhill skiing icon with the information in the post included.
It was the last first day of school for our seniors on Sept. 6. We are featuring their "last first day" pictures here. Today is Eddie Lundquist.
about 2 months ago, Livingston Manor Central School
A student in a green longsleeved shirt and jeans holds a black sign with white letters that reads "Last first day of school Seniors Class of 2023"