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William Floyd School District Annual Turkey Trot

1 Mile Race for all 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade BOYS and GIRLS Saturday November 22nd Register that morning at the PACA gym, the race is in the field behind PACA $5 entry fee, all runners get a t-shirt and the winner from each school gets a turkey! Please show up ½ hour before your r
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WFE Students Take Safety Patrol Pledge

A group of fifth-grade students at William Floyd Elementary School have taken the School Safety Patrol oath to help teachers and administrators maintain a safe environment and act as role models for their younger peers. Students were selected to join the Safety Patrol based upon their
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Amy Kenton Named Director of Secondary Education & Student Information

The William Floyd School District has recently appointed Amy Kenton, EdD, as the Director of Secondary Education and Student Information. She replaces Kathleen Keane who is now the Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Instruction and Administration for William Floyd. Dr. Kenton’s re
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Two WFMS Trombonists Chosen for All-State Middle School Honors Band

Two William Floyd Middle School trombone players – Anthony Hristidis and Zachary Neikens – have been selected to represent their school and their district at the annual New York State Band Directors Association (NYSBDA) All-State Middle School Honors Band festival next March in Syracu
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A true educator in his heart and soul

(This article appeared in the Long Island Advance on November 12, 2014) By Linda Leuzzi The first day of teaching can be a nail-biter for an educator. All those eyes looking at you. All those thought balloons. Dude, you are getting checked out. But William Floyd Superintendent Paul Ca
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WFSD Hosts ESL Family Night

The William Floyd School District ESL (English as a Second Language) Department in partnership with the Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Community Library (MMSCL) recently held a successful ESL Family Night to educate families on the services offered by the ESL Department. During the informat
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WFHS VE Students Gear Up for Business Plan Submissions

Students enrolled in Ms. Jackie Giacalone’s Virtual Enterprise (VE) course in the William Floyd High School Business Academy recently received a visit from two representatives from Teachers Federal Credit Union – James Dodak and Linda Diaz – who addressed the students on what to incor
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Hobart elementary students and staff celebrating their championship

District Wide PTO ‘Minute to Win It’ Raises $1,730 for Student Scholarships

The William Floyd District Wide PTO recently held their second annual “Minute to Win It” fundraising event in the William Floyd High School auditorium where teams from each school battled in a series of 60-second challenges against each other to determine a final champion. Participant
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SBU Mobile Dental Van Visits Moriches Elementary

The Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine sent its Mobile Dental Van to Moriches Elementary recently to provide preventative dental services (with parental permission) to some students in first, second and third grade. Under the direction of Margaret E. Bakos, MSW, MA, Director of Com
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WFE Student Council Tackles Bullying

The William Floyd Elementary School Student Council recently spearheaded an anti-bullying week to engage their schoolmates in activities to eliminate bullying. They participated in an “Everybody Counts!” day where students wore shirts with numbers on them; “Crazy Headband/Sports Band
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