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Back to School! 2019-2020 School Year Information

The 2019-20 school year is almost upon us with school beginning on Tuesday, September 3, 2019 for grades K-9 and Wednesday, September 4, 2019 for grades 10-12. Below is important information that will come in handy. Have a great school year! Parent Portal The 2019-20 student schedules
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Driver Education Fall 2019 Information

William Floyd High School offers a driver education program to eligible William Floyd students. In order to be eligible, a student must be 16 years old and be in possession of a valid learner’s permit or junior license. All students are chosen by date of birth not “first-come first-se
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Scholarship Golf Tourney Set for 8/26, Event Raised $528K+ for Grads

The 23rd annual William Floyd Scholarship Fund Golf Tournament is scheduled for Monday, August 26 at the Bellport Golf Club in Bellport, a wonderful community event that, since its inception, has raised more than $528,000 in scholarships for deserving William Floyd High School seniors
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Athletic Department Secretary Receives Judith A. Martens Award of Excellence

The New York State Athletic Administrators Association has selected Heather Goss, secretary, William Floyd athletic department, as this year’s recipient of the Judith A. Martens Secretarial Award of Excellence (Section 11), an honor presented to one secretary in each athletic section
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BOE Member/PAPD Officer Rescues Woman from George Washington Bridge

On Wednesday morning, August 7, Robert Taiani, a member of the William Floyd Board of Education who serves as an officer in the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police Department’s (PAPD) elite Emergency Services Unit, helped save a distraught woman from jumping off the lower
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Teacher’s Story Corner Continues at Community Library Through 8/15

William Floyd’s seventh annual Teachers’ Story Corner Summer Reading Program is nearing the close of another successful summer at the Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Community Library. This wonderful summer program features some of the district’s elementary school teachers volunteering to re
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Floyd Academy Raises Money for National Stroke Awareness Month

During the month of May, the Floyd Academy raised and donated $1,530 to the American Heart Association and the National Stroke Association to support stroke awareness and prevention. Strokes are the third leading cause of death and the leading cause of serious, long-term disability in
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USDA Program to Provide Free Student Meals for 2019-20 School Year

Students in the William Floyd School District will enjoy free breakfast and lunch during the upcoming 2019-20 school year. The district’s food services program has been approved by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for participation in the Community Eligibility Provis
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Board of Education Holds Annual Reorganization Meeting

The William Floyd Board of Education recently held its annual reorganization meeting, in which the three newly re-elected Board of Education trustees, April Coppola, Robert Guerriero and Lorraine Mentz, took the oath of office for new three-year terms. The Board of Education also appo
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Nathaniel Woodhull Inducts Six Students into Art Gallery

During the last full week of 2018-19 school year, Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School held its 15th annual celebration and induction of the student art gallery. Each year, art teacher Eileen Randazzo, along with Principal Monica Corona and Fine Arts chairperson Theresa Bianco, hold a
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