Island Trees Union Free School District

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Island Trees Union Free School District is a school district in central Nassau County on Long Island, approximately 31 miles east of New York City. The district includes parts of the following hamlets; Levittown, Bethpage and Seaford.

The Island Trees School District gained notoriety in the United States Supreme Court case Island Trees School District v. Pico regarding censorship of books in school libraries.


History[edit]

The School District dates back to 1902. The district went to the US Supreme Court to defend banning books in Island Trees School District v. Pico.

Schools[edit]

Elementary schools (K-4)[edit]

  • J Fred Sparke
  • Michael F. Stokes

Middle schools (5-8)[edit]

  • Island Trees Memorial

Principal- Dr. Roger Bloom (2007-present)

High school (9-12)[edit]

Other[edit]

  • Early Childhood Center at the Geneva Gallow School, Bethpage
  • Island Trees Public Library, Bethpage

Notable alumni[edit]

External links[edit]