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William Floyd in the News – Jan/Feb 2018 Edition

Please click the photo above to see some of the positive news stories featured about the William Floyd School District from January 19 through February 16, 2018. You can also view it by clicking here! See previous monthly recaps below! December 8, 2017 – January 18, 2018 Novembe
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Superintendent’s Letter to the Community Regarding School Safety

Dear parents and community members: As we all try to come to terms with the terrible and senseless tragedy that took place at a Florida high school yesterday, I wanted to remind/notify you of all that we are doing at William Floyd to keep our students and staff safe on a daily basis.
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Nathaniel Woodhull Hosts Annual Author-Illustrator Night

Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School recently welcomed 24 local authors and illustrators for its annual Author-Illustrator Night, an opportunity for students and families to meet and interact with published authors and illustrators. Additionally, students had the opportunity to intera
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Sportsmanship on Display as Paca Wolves Compete in Robotics Tournament

The Paca Wolves Robotics team recently participated in the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Lego League Hydro Dynamics challenge sponsored by the School-Business Partnerships of Long Island and had a great time demonstrating their knowledge, enthusiasm
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Moriches Elem. Makes 100 Positive Calls for 100th Day of School

Among various activities celebrating the 100th day of school, Moriches Elementary School made 100 positive phone calls to families sharing anecdotes such as how their children are positive role models, leaders, good citizens, hardworking and more. At least three families from each cla
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Flu Season 2018 – Parent Information

As throughout the rest of the state, Long Island has seen an increase in viral illnesses. We would like to share with you some practices that may help to decrease the incidence and severity of these outbreaks. The flu season starts in autumn, and can last until May. Influenza (flu) an
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William Floyd Elementary School Fourth Annual Reading Fair a Success

William Floyd Elementary School recently hosted its fourth annual Reading Fair, a night of run and reading for the whole family in which students displayed their project boards for their favorite books and sometimes dressed as characters! Other activities included teacher read-alouds,
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BOE Members Visit Albany to Advocate on Behalf of Students & Community

Board of Education President Robert Vecchio along with fellow trustees April Coppola and Lorraine Mentz recently traveled to the state capital in Albany for the New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA) Capital Conference, a yearly gathering for school board members who come t
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Cheerleading Reaches First Ever Suffolk Championship

In just its first year competing as a sport in Suffolk County Section XI, William Floyd varsity cheerleading has reached the Suffolk County Championship, a competition among the 24 best programs who will square off against each other for a shot at the crown at West Islip High School o
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WFHS Student Government Selling “Go Green With Floyd” Bags

The William Floyd High School Student Government has developed a fundraising campaign to align with the newly-enacted plastic bag law instituted by the Suffolk County Legislature, which requires consumers to pay five cents per plastic bag in an effort to reduce the use and impact of c
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