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Capital Project Vote: 10/30/17

William Floyd Capital Project: Vote on Monday, October 30, 2017, from 7 am – 9 pm in the William Floyd High School east lobby! On Monday, October 30, residents of the William Floyd community will have the opportunity to vote on a $39.4 million capital project proposal, which if
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Nathaniel Woodhull Students Participate in ‘Selfie’ Writing Project

Students in Kristin Smith’s fourth-grade class at Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School kicked off the school year with a project titled, “All About My Selfie,” a writing activity that helps students share about themselves and their interests along with a picture, which is also a fun a
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Girls Varsity Tennis Advances to Playoff Quarterfinals

The William Floyd Colonials varsity girls tennis team ranked No. 5 in the playoffs, dispatched East Islip (No. 12) in a second-round playoff match today 6-1. They will now play in a quarterfinal match tomorrow afternoon against the winner of Commack (No. 4) vs. Mattituck (No. 20). Hea
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William Floyd Appoints New Director of Student Services

The William Floyd School District has appointed Deborah Gurney to the position of Director of Student Services, a role in which she will provide management and leadership in the areas of K-12 student services, supervision of the Central Registration office, districtwide attendance and
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William Floyd 2017 Homecoming Set for Saturday, October 21

This Saturday, October 21 is William Floyd’s Homecoming celebration! Residents are invited to participate in the festivities beginning at 12 pm for the parade by standing along the parade route to cheer on various school and community groups. The parade will start at the William Floyd
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Varsity Tennis Doubles Wins Division Championship, Team Seeded No. 5 Heading into Playoffs

UPDATE: The doubles team of Brooke Fernandez and Hailey Loughlin finished third in the County, which has earned them a berth in the NY State Singles and Doubles Tournament in Albany, NY, from October 27-30. The William Floyd Colonials varsity tennis team  is set to begin their 15th co
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WFSD Earns Five NYSPRA Communications Awards

The William Floyd School District earned five New York School Public Relations Association (NYSPRA) awards in the organization’s 38th annual Communications Contest receiving two first-place awards, two second-place awards and one third-place award. The first place awards are: Excellen
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Third Annual Taste of the Town Event Scheduled for November 2

On Thursday, November 2, from 6-8 pm in the William Floyd High School west gym, William Floyd High School culinary arts students will be hosting the third annual “Taste of the Town,” a food tasting event that gives William Floyd’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) students the oppo
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WFHS Science Students Search for Micrometeorites

Under the direction of science teachers Victoria Hernandez and Anya Swiss, two William Floyd High School students are conducting research into micrometeorites, trace particles usually found on the Earth’s surface after entering the atmosphere. The students, sophomores Kevin Detlefsen
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2017 Outstanding Educators Award Dinner

The William Floyd Alumni Association is honoring four Teachers, Administrators, or Mentors who were the driving force by which we, as former students, received our education and developed into the people we are today. These honorees changed our lives, molded us and taught us the princ
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