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Locust Valley High School Driver Education Program

 

General Information

Program Coordinator:  Helene Levitt

Email: hlevitt@lvcsd.k12.ny.us (until June 30th, 2022)

hlevitt@locustvalleyschools.org (starting July 1st, 2022)

 or helene.levitt.lvcsd@gmail.com

Office Phone: (516) 277-5540

or text (516) 817-6066

 

IMPORTANT UPDATES:

LVHS Driver Education Program resumes in-person instruction effective July 2021.

In-person instruction will continue during the 2021/22 and 2022/23 school year.

 

PROGRAM INFORMATION

 Frequently Asked Questions
General Semester Information
A Parent Guide to NYS Graduated Driver Licensing Law (GDL) for
Long Island

Mandatory Parent Meeting Power Point, Spring 2022
Driver Education Program Rules, Spring 2022

DMV Identity Requirements
Nassau County Traffic Court - Information
Local Village Traffic Courts - Contact Information
Parent Guide to NYS LI Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL)

NYS DMV Parent's Guide to Teen Driving

 

Parent and Student Forms:

Form MV-262:  50 Hours Supervised Driving
Form for Traffic Court Visitation

 

NYS DMV Learner Permit Information (including online permit tests) :

https://dmv.ny.gov/driver-license/get-learner-permit#_blank

 

Applications Will Be Available Online On These Dates:

Semester In-Person  Available Date Application
Online after 3:00 pm
Summer  July-Aug   (5 weeks) Feb 15
Fall Sept - Jan    May 15 
Spring Feb - Jun  Oct 15

FALL 2022 Semester

Registration Period
            May 15th, 2022 - July 29th, 2022 


Important Dates:

Date/Time Event

  Mon, May 16th, 3:30 pm

Online applications available. Press on registration packet below.

  Fri, July 29th, 3:30 pm 

Registration ends. Email a picture of your completed application to HLevitt@lvcsd.k12.ny.us (by June 30th) or HLevitt@locustvalleyschools.org (starting July 1st)

  Fri, Aug 19th, 2:45 pm

Accepted Applicants will   receive a confirmation email.

 

  Date To Be Determined

       (on Google Meet)

 

 


Parent/Guardian MANDATORY Meeting on Google Meet to receive class assignments and program schedule. (Students are STRONGLY encouraged to attend).

FAILURE TO ATTEND WILL RESULT IN BEING DROPPED AND LOSING YOUR SCHEDULING PLACEMENT. 

    Mon, Sept 12th

                                                   

In-Person classes begin. Have your permit available for driving and lecture. You will not be allowed to participate without it.

Click here for DMV Identity Requirements

FALL 2022 Registration  

(If you'd like to place your name on the waitlist for a closed registration period,
email Helene Levitt at hlevitt@lvcsd.k12.ny.us with your request).

 

FALL 2022 APPLICATION Packet -- English

FALL 2022 APPLICATION Packet -- Spanish

 

Hats off to the Class of 2022

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Blue skies and sunshine flooded the new turf field at Locust Valley High School on June 25 as the Class of 2022 prepared to mark the end of their time in the Locust Valley Central School District. One hundred fifty-nine seniors, dressed in their green or white caps and gowns, entered the field as family and friends cheered them on from the bleachers. They were led by central and building administrators and the Locust Valley Board of Education.

Student government co-presidents Caitlin Bianco and Giavanna Villella led the Pledge of Allegiance, which was followed by “The Star-Spangled Banner” by the Locust Valley High School Concert Chorale. Locust Valley High School Principal Patrick DiClemente welcomed loved ones and distinguished guests to the special occasion and commended the graduates before him.

“Our senior class represents an outstanding composition of students demonstrating scholarship, leadership, service and quality of character,” he said. “Students, you are a talented, dynamic, kind and powerful group. Through your years at LVHS, you have managed circumstances and demonstrated leadership. You’ve grown, you’ve learned, you’ve shared, supported and celebrated good times and memorable moments among one another, the staff, your families and our community.”

Following his remarks, Board President Brian Nolan addressed the seniors, encouraging them to reflect and think about how each of them would like to move forward.

“This is the time to explore and figure out who you want to be and what you want to do…really think, ‘what can I do that will make me happy, make me feel accomplished, and make this world a better place?’”

Members of the Locust Valley Concert Chorale returned to the field to perform, “In My Life” by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Three graduates were then introduced on stage to give their final remarks. This included salutatorian and senior class president Nicole Berritto, student speaker Michael McGlone and valedictorian Elizabeth Gresalfi.

Nicole reflected on the last week of school and spoke about a final assignment that she completed with her classmates. It asked the seniors to reflect on their high school careers and write down a piece of advice that they would give to their freshman self. Nicole shared some of the responses in her speech. This ranged from enjoying the little things to not being afraid about what is to come but embracing it.

During Michael’s speech, he spoke about how he believed their high school experience had been modeled after stoicism and shared specific school memories that fit within the four stoic virtues: courage, moderation, justice and wisdom.

In her valedictorian address, Elizabeth pulled inspiration from the rap song “Remember the Name.” While sharing lines from a verse in the song, Elizabeth noted that she believed they characterized the senior class and what they have accomplished in Locust Valley. She reinforced the great success that the Class of 2022 has had since freshman year during the school’s annual homecoming competition and some memorable athletic achievements.

“So, if this song has taught me anything, it is that this grade is ready,” she said. “We have done what it takes to be remembered here in Locust Valley. Now all that is left is to keep going, to keep trying, learning and experiencing. If we are able to do that, then it will be easy to remember the name of the Class of 2022.”

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kenneth Graham provided the closing remarks where he offered advice and reflected on the character and many achievements of the senior class.

“The Class of 2022 has left and indelible mark on Locust Valley High School that our graduates should all be incredibly proud of,” he said. “Today I am going to ask our graduates to consider three simple things moving forward. Be a hard worker, be a risk taker and always be a good person…working to meet these three challenges throughout your lives will help you out along the way.”

Following his remarks, five seniors were recognized for their military plans after graduation. This included Caitlin Bianco, Karen Cheung, Elisabeth Dunne, Gage Kahn and Roger Tighe Mullarkey Jr. The graduates received a round of applause for their dedication to our country.

Each senior was then announced on stage as they proudly received their high school diploma from Mr. DiClemente and were congratulated by Dr. Graham and Mr. Nolan. With roars of applause from loved ones, the graduates moved their tassels from right to left to signify the completion of high school. They then tossed their caps high in the air, ready to take on the next chapter of their lives.


Date Added: 6/27/2022

LVHS Graduation Livestream

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To view a recording of Locust Valley High School's graduation ceremony, please click here. Congratulations to the Class of 2022! 

Date Added: 6/25/2022

Students Hit the Right Notes at Music Festival

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Locust Valley High School musicians recently participated in the Six Flags Music In The Parks Festival. Students were adjudicated by judges from across the country with each performing ensemble being rated superior, excellent, good, fair, or poor, and ranked within their ensemble classification.

Under the direction of Marc Yavoski, the string orchestra was awarded first place and an excellent rating. The concert band, under the direction of Vincent Guerra and Lisa Conti, was recognized with a first place and a superior rating. In addition, the concert chorale, under the direction of Brianna Brickman, was awarded first place and a superior rating.

The Locust Valley Central School District congratulates all three ensembles and their respective music directors!


Date Added: 6/23/2022