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Tangier Smith Elementary Students Adopt Pets for Valentine’s Day

  Tangier Smith Elementary School students have once again demonstrated their love and compassion for animals up for adoption at the Kent Animal Shelter in Calverton by “adopting” some of them for Valentine’s Day. Spearheaded by current third-grade teacher Michele Mon
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Rita Rech Museum of WFSD History to Open to Public Before BOE Meetings

Beginning on March 10, the Rita Rech Museum of William Floyd School District History will be open to the public on Board of Education meeting nights from 6-8 pm. Community residents are encouraged to pay a visit to the museum which houses artifacts dating all the way back to the creat
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Combining Hands-on Learning with Cultural Study

William Floyd High School students in Derek Robinson’s Spanish 4 classes with the assistance of Carol Janowicz (Spanish 5 AP), recently took a field trip to the “A la Carte” Cooking School in Lynbrook to enhance their knowledge of Spanish culture. Students researched recipes and their
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William Floyd Middle School Student of the Month Award

January 2015 By creating a Student of the Month program, Wm Floyd Middle School hopes to celebrate individual achievement by creating a culture of learning that values academic success and responsible citizenship. Each teacher can select one student per month to be recognized who exhi
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Board of Education President Joins Lawmakers in Urging Governor to Release State Aid Figures

Robert Vecchio, President of the William Floyd Board of Education, joined NYS Assemblyman Dean Murray and other lawmakers today at the New York State Office Building in Hauppauge to urge Governor Cuomo to release the Executive Budget State Aid Proposal for the 2015-16 school year. Las
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High School Prom – Parent Student Meeting

As June approaches, we would like to take this opportunity to inform you of the many upcoming senior events regarding prom. Click the “Download” button below the document to view more information.
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Nathaniel Woodhull Students Learn that Reading is Magical

Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School students were recently treated to the “The Magic of Amore,” a program co-sponsored by the Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary PTO and the Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Community Library designed to foster and promote a love of literature. The program, using a
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Six WFHS Students Selected for All-County Jazz

Six William Floyd High School music students – Brianna Balzano, Rebeccal Engel, Sherby Michel, Elizabeth Scianno, Albert Wheeler and Justin Wheeler – are among only 25 of their peers from throughout Suffolk County who have been selected to perform in the All-County Jazz Festival in Al
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WFHS Culinary Arts Teacher Vies for National Ice Carving Championship

William Floyd High School Culinary Arts teacher Rich Daly, the Guinness World Record Holder for “Fastest Time to Carve 60 Ice Sculptures,” is vying for the National Ice Carving Association (NICA) National Championship this weekend in Perrysburg, Ohio. Daly is currently leading the Nat
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Two WFHS Teams Compete in BNL Regional Science Bowl

Two William Floyd High School teams comprised of eight students recently competed in the Brookhaven National Laboratory 2015 Regional Science Bowl, a fast-paced question and answer tournament designed to test students’ knowledge in biology, chemistry, earth and space sciences, energy,
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