LUT Endorses Diliberti Adrian and Moran for Re-Election

Tuesday, May 7, 2024
The Levittown United Teachers (LUT) has always worked to foster a strong relationship with the Board of Education for the Levittown School District. Before deciding whether to endorse candidates in a Board of Education election, the LUT carefully considers the qualifications of each candidate and meets with each candidate personally to discuss their vision for the future of our school district.
The Executive Officers of the LUT believe that these two candidates have, for many years, remained committed to the Levittown community and the students and educators in the Levittown Public Schools. At this time, the LUT is excited to put its full support behind Marianne Diliberti Adrian and James Moran for re-election.
The LUT leadership is asking our members to do their part in making sure Marianne and James are re-elected to the Board of Education on May 21st. For example, information is included in this edition of The Levittown Teacher about how members can participate in phone banking for our endorsed candidates.
Diliberti Adrian and Moran have decades of experience as leaders in the Levittown community. They have served on our Board of Education for many years, guided our school district through one of the most challenging periods in our history during the COVID-19 pandemic, and have continued to foster the growth of the Levittown Public Schools as one of the top public-school districts in our state and our nation. 
Diliberti Adrian and Moran are committed to sound fiscal responsibility for the residents of Levittown, while keeping educational programs intact. They are proven, tested, have sound judgment, and share a common passion for helping the students o-f the Levittown Public Schools. The LUT believes re-electing these two candidates would keep our schools in good hands in the coming years.

Incumbent Board of Education Trustee, Marianne Diliberti Adrian, has been an active member of theBoard of Education since 2015. Some of her many accomplishments while on the Board include renovations to school facilities such as auditoriums and athletic fields, upgrading our Driver Education vehicles and the repaving of all our school parking lots. Marianne also spearheaded an effort to upgrade our district HVAC systems for improved ventilation and helped to implement an energy performance contract that has reduced district energy costs.
Marianne is a graduate of the Levittown Public Schools and a lifelong resident of Levittown. She is President of the Levittown Kiwanis Club, and Co-Founder of the Levittown Education Foundation, an organization whose goal is to provide additional funding to district projects and district teachers. One of the major accomplishments of the foundation has been the establishment of the Kevin Regan Scholarship which is awarded annually to graduating seniors from Division Avenue High School and MacArthur High School. This March, Marianne was honored with the Town of Hempstead Pathfinder Award. The award, presented during Women’s History Month, acknowledges women for their leadership and positive contributions to our community.
Marianne has very positive relationships with not only her fellow members of the Board of Education, but also our District Central Administration and the LUT. Most importantly, Marianne’s own children attend the Levittown Public Schools, giving her the valuable perspective that comes from being not just a member of the Board of Education but also a parent. 
“Being personally honored with an endorsement from the LUT speaks to the strong bond and working relationship we have,” Diliberti Adrian said. “I am proud to have earned their endorsement for my fourth election. Thank you, LUT!”
James Moran has devoted countless hours to making the Levittown Public Schools a great place for children to learn in and a great environment for our teachers to work in. Mr. Moran has been a fixture in the Levittown community. From Levittown North and Central baseball to St. Bernard’s basketball to Red Devils football, he has always been willing to give his time to support to his friends and family in Levittown. Today, Mr. Moran works part time for the Nassau County Office of Emergency Management where he continues to come to the aid of people in need.
“I was elected to the Board of Education for the first time in 1997 and I did so with the endorsement of the LUT,” Moran said. “Since then, having them in my corner has shown to be a great partnership.”
James Moran has never shied away from taking on important issues concerning the Levittown School District. Without question, Mr. Moran has the experience, the dedication, and the passion to continue to serve on the Levittown School District Board of Education.
Please make sure to vote for Marianne Diliberti Adrian and James Moran on Tuesday, May 21st.
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