A banner that reads

All News and Posts

title in green that reads

Important Information

October 16, 2019 Today, the district learned that a student posted a bomb threat against William Floyd High School to Snapchat. The district immediately notified police and quickly identified the student. After an investigation, the Snapchat posting was deemed non-credible by authorit
Continue Reading →
A photo of a teacher tutoring a young student

ENL Parent/Family Night – Wednesday, October 16, 2019 @ 6 pm

On Wednesday, October 16 at 6 pm in the William Floyd High School library, please join our English as a New Language teachers who will provide information on many school topics which will help support your children. You will have opportunity to discuss with teachers the following: Sch
Continue Reading →

Two WFHS Science Teachers Named NYS Master Teachers

Two William Floyd High School science teachers — Victoria Hernandez and Anya Swiss — have been selected to join the ranks of the prestigious New York State Master Teacher Program, a professional development and networking community which promotes and celebrates the work of
Continue Reading →
a photo of a woman holding a blank tote bag

WFHS National Art Honor Society Presents: “Design a Tote Bag Event” on 10/24

The William Floyd High School National Arts Honor Society is hosting a “Design a Tote-Bag Event” on Thursday, October 24 from 6-8 pm. Participants will learn how to create an original lino-cut on a canvas tote bag using acrylic/fabric paint. Light refreshments will be served. Tickets
Continue Reading →
photo of the homecoming court

William Floyd Community Celebrates Memorable 2019 Homecoming

Colonial pride was on display during Homecoming weekend! Kicking off with a thunderous pep rally on Friday afternoon and the homecoming dance/crowning later that evening, to the homecoming parade and the thrilling football game on the brand new multi-purpose sports turf field on Satur
Continue Reading →
A yellow hard hat and construction table

Little Red Schoolhouse FAQ

Please see the below list of questions and answers regarding the “Little Red Schoolhouse” in Moriches. What is the Little Red Schoolhouse? The Little Red Schoolhouse, located on the corner of Williams Street and Montauk Highway in Moriches, was constructed in 1925 and serv
Continue Reading →
peace crane art project

Student Artwork Takes Center Stage During Unity Week

More Unity Week projects! (Click here for an earlier “Unity Week” recap!) Students in Erika Licausi and Tina Eccleston’s “Studio in Art” and “Exploration of Crafts” classes at William Floyd High School worked on a project “1,000 Cranes for Peace” in which they created 1,000 origami cr
Continue Reading →

Fifth Annual ‘Taste of the Town’ Returns on 11/7

The “Taste of the Town,” a beloved school-community tradition is back for another year! On Thursday, November 7, from 6-8 pm in the William Floyd High School west gym, the William Floyd High School Career and Technical Education (CTE) Culinary Arts program will be hosting
Continue Reading →
photo of girls' varsity track team

Two Girls’ Varsity Track Athletes Run State-Qualifying Times

The William Floyd Colonials girls’ varsity cross country team led by head coach John Ryan is coming off of an impressive performance at the St. Anthony’s Cross Country Invitational this past Friday, October 4, at Sunken Meadow State Park. Seventh grader Zariel Macchia (William F
Continue Reading →
Students along the Carmans River with a guide showing them a crab

WFHS, Nathaniel Woodhull Students Spend a ‘Day in the Life of the Carmans River’

William Floyd High School AP environmental students and fourth-grade-students from Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School, recently took a field trip to some of the beautiful waterways within the community and spent “A Day in the Life of the Carmans River.” The program is designed to he
Continue Reading →