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Happy Birthday, William Floyd!

On Monday, December 17, the William Floyd School District along with its partners at the Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Community Library, will celebrate the 284th birthday of William Floyd, a delegate to the First Continental Congress and one of only 56 men to sign the Declaration of Indep
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NJROTC Commemorates 77th Attack on Pearl Harbor

Today, William Floyd High School NJROTC cadets, under the leadership of Commander Jay Tweed (USN/Ret.) and Senior Chief Dwight Becherer (USN/Ret.), commemorated the 77th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, with a moment of silence held precisely at 12:55 pm
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Gymnastics Season Wrap

The William Floyd gymnastics team, led by head coach Rich Daly and assistant coach Felicia Mannino, consists of three William Floyd student-athletes along with others from Eastport-South Manor, Longwood, Westhampton and Bellport, who competed with pride and sportsmanship in League III
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Nathaniel Woodhull 5th Grade Band to be Featured on News 12 ‘Sounds of the Season’

UPDATE as of Friday, December 7, 2018: Thanks to the efforts of the William Floyd school community, the talented Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School Fifth Grade Band is one of the winners of the News 12 “Sounds of the Season” contest and will have their skills showcased island-wide!
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Telephone Issues: Email Contact List

Update as of 12/6/18: Phone service has been restored across the district. We are still testing the system and making adjustments as necessary, so there may be sporadic outages. Thank you for your patience during this time. The William Floyd School District is currently experiencing t
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WFSD Winter Concert & Art Show Schedule

December is the month when we get to hear and see all of the great music and inspiring art at the winter concerts and art shows! All concerts and art shows will be held in the William Floyd High School auditorium at 7 pm. Please see below for the schedule. December 3, 2018 – Tangier S
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Tangier Smith Employee to Donate Kidney to Colleague’s Husband

A connection made at Tangier Smith Elementary School is changing the lives of many and touching countless others. When Amy Surrey, a teaching assistant at Tangier Smith Elementary School began spreading the word about the need for a kidney transplant for her husband, Artie Surrey, a v
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William Floyd Students to be Published in Scientific Journal

A duo of William Floyd High School student researchers under the tutelage of science research teacher Victoria Hernandez has been informed that their research has been selected for publication in an upcoming edition of the Journal of Emerging Investigators, an open-access journal that
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WFMS Students Participate in Fourth Annual Red Ribbon Week

During the last week of October, William Floyd Middle School participated in Red Ribbon Week, the oldest and largest drug prevention education program in the nation. Led by school counselor Amanda Dubinsky, students and staff decorated the halls and grounds of the school with red ribb
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Thanksgiving: Students & Staff Give Generously, Enjoy Feasts Together

Students and staff in the William Floyd School District participated in several donation and food drives to help support local community outreaches and food pantries this Thanksgiving season, and many had the opportunity to enjoy a meal together through various in-school and after-sch
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