Budget and BoE Election = Big Wins for the LUT!

Thursday, May 23, 2024
With over 65% approval, the 2024-2025 Levittown District budget was approved. In convincing numbers, members of the Levittown community supported the exceptional work of their schools and were willing to fund those efforts with their tax dollars.
In addition to the budget approval, the Levittown community also re-elected both Levittown United Teachers (LUT) endorsed Board of Education candidates; Marianne Diliberti-Adrian and James Moran. Diliberti-Adrian and Moran defeated the challenger by over 300 votes.
The convincing margins of victory for both the budget and the winning candidates was due in no small part to the successful political activism of the LUT and Levittown Retired Teachers (LRT) in support of the best interests of our students and our schools. Using lawn signs, banners, social media advertisements, phone banking and good, old fashioned, grass roots person to person conversations amongst members of the Levittown community, the LUT and LRT played an active role in getting the word out about keeping our schools well-funded and led by experienced board members who advocate for the best interests of our students, teachers and staff.
Thank you to everyone who did their part in making sure that our school district has the funding it needs and is led by experienced, capable members on our Board of Education. We are all stronger when we stand together. Once again, we stood together and stood tall. Well done, LUT!
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