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WFSD Named a “Best Community for Music Education” for 2018

For the second consecutive year, the William Floyd School District Music Department has been honored with the “Best Communities for Music Education” designation from the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. This p
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Youth & Government: A Student Perspective

Last month, William Floyd Youth and Government concluded another successful year of hard work on both the club and state levels. The program is host to more than a hundred students, ranging from grades nine through 12, who work diligently from September through March, creating mock le
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WFHS senior and St. Joseph’s College Presidential Scholar recipient Sandra Vivar Marin is pictured with her guidance counselor Dana Garner.

WFHS Senior Earns St. Joseph’s College Full-Tuition Scholarship

William Floyd High School senior Sandra Vivar Marin has been selected to receive the prestigious St. Joseph’s College Presidential Scholarship, a full-tuition grant covering all four years of undergraduate college worth more than $100,000. Sandra has been accepted into the nursing pro
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Regents Readiness Workshops & Super Saturday

Attention High School students and parents, Super Saturday is back. This year, William Floyd students are invited to attend up to three (3) Regents Readiness Workshops on May 9- May 11, 2018 from 2:10 p.m.-3:10 p.m. On Super Saturday, May 12, 2018, students will be offered the opportu
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Lilly Savnik as “Mary Poppins” and Jonathan Torres as “Bert.”

WFMS & OCEAN Arts Presents ‘Mary Poppins Jr.’ – April 20-21

Kites and kids, dancing chimney sweeps, colorful costumes and beloved characters will soon take the stage in the OCEAN Arts production of Mary Poppins Jr., starring the talented students of William Floyd Middle School. Mary Poppins Jr. is based on the beloved 1964 film starring Julie
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Four William Floyd Student-Athletes Make Newsday’s Top 100 Lists

Newsday recently released their “Top 100 Players” for the spring sports season in various sports and the Colonials are well-represented as four student athletes made their respective lists. Baseball (Head Coach Keith Kobasiuk) Nick Lomonaco – Outfield – Junior – Speedy centerfie
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WFHS Business Honor Society Students Donate Gifts to Stony Brook Children’s Hospital

In an effort to help sick children, William Floyd High School Business Honor Society students recently collected a plethora of toys and donations for the kids at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital. Items donated and collected included dolls, games, coloring and craft supplies, along with
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Family Summer Resource Community Fair – April 16 @ 6:30 pm

In partnership with the William Floyd Community Summit, the William Floyd School District will host its annual Summer Resource Community Fair on Monday, April 16 from 6:30 pm – 8 pm at William Paca Middle School. Come on out and get information on all the community offerings available
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Beekeeper Visits John S. Hobart Elementary School

Recently, second-grade students in Mrs. Ryan’s and Mrs. Gonzalez’s class at John S. Hobart Elementary School welcomed Mrs. Mahoney, a Long Island beekeeper for a presentation about bees. Students learned about the importance of bees in society, the jobs they do within the hive, how th
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Girls Lacrosse Looking to Improve through Team Chemistry

Story and photos by Thomas Reilly, Public Relations Intern St. Joseph’s College Following a down season last year, the William Floyd girls’ varsity lacrosse team is off to a much better start in 2018. After finishing with only one win in 2017, the Colonials already have doubled that t
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