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Graduating seniors stand in front of their former elementary school - Tangier Smith.

Seniors Visit Former Elementary Schools in Graduation Walkthrough

Today, nearly 250 members of the William Floyd High School Class of 2018 participated in the district’s second annual “Graduation Walkthrough,” an opportunity for the seniors, donned in their caps and gowns, to visit their former elementary schools – John S. Hobart, Moriches, Nathanie
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John S. Hobart Reader’s Theater Promotes Literacy & the Arts

Recently, fifth graders in Barbara Sapanaro’s music classes at John S. Hobart Elementary School participated in the third annual “Reader’s Theater,” a live-action audio dramatization of five beloved children’s stories – “Little Red Riding Hood,” “The Frog Prince,” “Three Billy Goats G
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Principals, Assistant Principals and BNL Science Fair Award Winners

Tangier Smith & Moriches Students Win Awards at BNL Science Fair

Two William Floyd students – Ethan Behrens, a Tangier Smith Elementary School kindergartner and Riley Meyer, a Moriches Elementary School first grader – both recently received “Honorable Mention” awards at the Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) Elementary School Science Fair. In the
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The William Floyd High School Wind Ensemble

WFHS Wind Ensemble Performs Aboard U.S.S. Intrepid During Fleet Week

Story by Katie Lindley, junior, William Floyd High School, Public Relations Intern The William Floyd Wind Ensemble recently had the amazing opportunity to perform on the flight deck of the U.S.S. Intrepid during Fleet Week New York over Memorial Day weekend. As a flute player in the g
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Children learning from a teacher at a table

Free Universal Pre-K Program Still Receiving Applications

A limited number of 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
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Youthful Boys Lacrosse Team’s Future Looking Bright

With a team that featured only four seniors, William Floyd Colonials varsity boys lacrosse head Coach Desmond Megna and his coaching staff viewed the spring 2018 season as a year of growth and development for the program. Led by senior goaltender Andrew Brust, the Colonials (8-8) used
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Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary Celebrates 14th Annual Student Art Gallery Induction

Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School art teacher Eileen Randazzo, Principal Monica Corona, WFSD Fine Arts Chairperson Theresa Bianco and the Nathaniel Woodhull school community recently celebrated the six student-artists selected for inclusion in the 14th annual Nathaniel Woodhull Art
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William Paca Student Wins First Place at BNL Maglev Competition

Meagan Hanna, an eighth-grade member of the William Paca Middle School Stony Brook STEP (Science and Technology Entry Program) club advised by Paula Kluse, recently took home first place in the 28th annual Middle School Maglev Contest at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven Nati
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William Floyd Middle School students standing in front of O'Connor Hall at St. Joseph's College.

WFMS Students Visit St. Joseph’s College

Recently William Floyd Middle School eighth grades visited St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue for a campus tour which included the opportunity to speak with college representatives and current students. Students had to complete mock college applications and write essays in order to att
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Photo of students during Multicultural Night

WFE Students & Families Go “Around the World in One Night”

Earlier this spring, William Floyd Elementary School students had the opportunity to take a trip “around the world in one night” during an event for staff, students and their families to celebrate the diversity within the William Floyd community and their own school. Spearheaded by EN
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