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The William Floyd music faculty performs on a stage in front of standing students.

Annual Music Faculty Scholarship Concert a Smashing Success

The William Floyd music department recently hosted its 36th annual scholarship concert in front of a sold-out crowd in the auditorium at William Floyd Middle School. This year’s event, once again highlighting the talent of the William Floyd music faculty, raised nearly $3,300 in schol
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Three Winter Athletic Teams Earn Scholar-Team Athlete Awards

Three William Floyd High School varsity athletic teams recently received the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) Scholar-Athlete Team Award for excellence in the classroom during the 2019 winter athletic season! This prestigious award is given to teams wi
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WFMS Students Sandcast with Famed Sculptors

To coincide with National Youth Art Month, internationally renowned sculptors Giancarlo Biagi and Jill Burkee hosted a sandcasting workshop for William Floyd Middle School art students in the style of Costantino Nivola, a 20th century Italian-American sculptor, architectural sculptor,
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College-bound student athletes for the class of 2019 pose together.

WFHS Hosts Athletic Signing Day for College-Bound Student-Athletes

The William Floyd Athletic Department recently held its annual spring signing day ceremony on Friday, April 12, for 30 senior student-athletes who will compete in athletics next year at the collegiate level. Family members, friends and coaches, gathered in the John Pidgeon Gymnasium t
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John S. Hobart Students Earn Popcorn Party in School Competition

John S. Hobart Elementary School Students Earn Popcorn Party in School Competition

John S. Hobart Elementary School recently hosted a popcorn party for the classes in each grade level achieving the most hours on Pathblazer, a web-based program that helps students achieve new heights in reading and mathematics. Each week leading up to the party, totals were announced
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Photo of William Floyd’s Annual College and Career School Fair

K-12 College Fair & Career Expo Scheduled for April 17 @ 6 pm

The William Floyd School District annual College Fair & Career Expo will be held on Wednesday, April 17 from 6-8:30 pm at  William Floyd High School. This expo is for parents and guardians of students in all grade levels – kindergarten through 12th grade – who are inte
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NJROTC Cadet Earns Full Scholarship to SUNY Maritime College

William Floyd High School senior Xander Shirley has been selected to receive the prestigious SUNY Maritime College “Presidential NROTC Academy Scholarship,” a 100% five-year scholarship in the college’s electrical engineering program that covers all tuition, room, board and a monthly
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Julie Marlette of NYSSBA visited with the William Floyd School District.

WFSD Welcomes NYSSBA’s Julie Marlette for District Tour

On Monday, April 15, the William Floyd School District welcomed Julie Marlette, director of governmental relations for the New York State School Boards Association, for a condensed half-day tour of the district. The morning began in the Rita Rech Museum of William Floyd School Distric
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May 2019 calendar with the dates May 23 and 24 circled in red.

School Calendar Change – Schools Closed May 23-24, 2019

The William Floyd School District did not use any snow/emergency days for the 2018-2019 school year. As a result, there will be no school on Thursday, May 23 and Friday, May 24. This schedule would only change in the event that school is closed due to an emergency between now and May
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Children learning from a teacher at a table

Free Universal Pre-K Program Still Accepting Applications

Spots are still available for parents interested in enrolling their eligible children in the district’s free Universal Pre-Kindergarten program beginning in September! The program is a half-day, five day per week program for children turning four-years old by December 1, 2019. C
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