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Two WFHS Students Selected for All-Eastern Treble Choir

William Floyd High School senior Brianna Balzano (alto vocalist) has been accepted into the 2015 All-Eastern Treble Voice Chorus to be held in Providence, Rhode Island from April 9-12, 2015. Brianna was one of 810 of the most musically talented high school students selected to receive
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Four William Floyd Teams Win Section XI Sportsmanship Awards

Four William Floyd athletic teams – girls varsity cross country, boys varsity cross country, varsity volleyball and junior varsity field hockey – received Section XI Outstanding Sportsmanship Awards for the Fall 2014 season. Section XI is the governing body for all high school athleti
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Nathaniel Woodhull Students Take Journey into American Indian Territory

Recently, fourth graders at Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School in the William Floyd School District welcomed representatives from the “Journeys into American Indian Territory” for a hands-on experience into the Native American culture which has deep roots right here on Long Island.
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William Floyd Inducts 8th Class of Hall of Fame

In collaboration with the William Floyd Alumni Association, the William Floyd School District recently inducted its eighth class of standout athletes into the William Floyd Athletic Hall of Fame before a crowd of more than 100 people including several fellow Hall of Fame athletes from
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Moriches Supports ‘Kids for Peace’ in Great Kindness Challenge

  Moriches Elementary School students are trying to become part of a Guinness World Record for the “Largest Collage of Cut-Out Handprints” by submitting 934 handprints (one for each student) to Kids for Peace in the “Great Kindness Challenge.” The current record of 30,006 handpri
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Michelle Romanosky Named Director of Business Administration

The William Floyd School District recently appointed Michelle Romanosky to the position of Director of Business Administration for the William Floyd School District. She previously served as the Senior Accountant and District Treasurer for the William Floyd School District and will re
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William Floyd Takes the Polar Plunge

Recently, William Floyd School District staff members participated in the “Freezin’ for a Reason” Polar Plunge at Cedar Beach in Mount Sinai to benefit the Special Olympics of Brookhaven Town. Teams from William Paca Middle School and Moriches Elementary School braved the icy waters o
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Purchase Your High School YearBook

Don’t miss out on the memories!!!! Yearbooks are now on sale by CLICKING HERE.  Yearbooks will be on sale for $95.00 until the end of the year.  The price will go up to $120.00 from January 1, 2015 until yearbooks are sold out.  PLEASE ORDER QUICKLY BECAUSE SUPPLIES ARE LIMITED.
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WFMS Partners with Blue Star Moms to Support Troops

William Floyd Middle School students and staff have partnered with the Blue Star Mothers to provide care packages for troops deployed overseas during the holiday season. The care packages contain personal care products, snacks and handwritten letters from students to show support and
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William Floyd to Host 8th Annual Athletic Hall of Fame Induction

On Saturday, December 6, the William Floyd School District in collaboration with the William Floyd Alumni Association will hold its eighth annual Athletic Hall of Fame Induction, where they will honor five former standout William Floyd student-athletes, a team, a coach and a community
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