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William Paca Robotics Club Competes in ‘FIRST Lego League’ Competition

The William Paca Middle School Robotics/STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Club (Paca Wolves #7691) recently competed in the “First Lego League” Robotics Competition held at Central Islip High School. Preparation for this competition began early in the school year
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William Floyd Supports Autism Awareness

  In order to help raise awareness and show support for autism awareness, students and staff throughout the William Floyd School District either donned blue for World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD) or wore their purple Autism Awareness t-shirts. The mission of WAAD is to shine a bri
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Important: School Calendar Change

As a result of using three snow days this year, all schools will be open on Friday, April 10. The district routinely builds snow or emergency days into the calendar for use in case of a weather emergency. This year, the district closed schools on January 27, January 28 and March 5, du
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Nathaniel Woodhull Third-Grade Book Club a Reality

With support from the Nathaniel Woodhull PTO, the Nathaniel Woodhull Third-Grade Book Club has become a reality. Students have been meeting after school each week in Mrs. Carrie Farra’s classroom to discuss The Lemonade War series by Jacqueline Davies. Students have been discussing ch
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Moriches Elementary Student Council Hosts Pet Drive

The Moriches Elementary School Student Council recently hosted a “Pet Drive” collecting more than 20 boxes of supplies containing items such as food, blankets, towels, new toys and treats for the furry residents of the Brookhaven Animal Shelter. Students collected donations from fello
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William Floyd Elementary School Wears Yellow For Seth

On Friday, March 27, hundreds of students from William Floyd Elementary School wore yellow for Seth Lane, a five-year old from Northamptonshire, England, who suffers from Severe Combined Immunodeficiency disease, which means he has a weakened immune system and must be confined to a st
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Youth & Government Program Continues Tradition of Success

  The William Floyd High School Youth & Government Club has put forth another outstanding performance at the 79th annual New York State YMCA Youth & Government annual conference held earlier this month in Albany where they captured seven of the 12 leadership positions inc
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WFHS Student Art Recognized by Parrish Art Museum

Two William Floyd High School students – Karen Benitez and Stephanie Bondietti – had their artwork honored and displayed at the Parrish Art Museum’s 2015 Student Exhibition running throughout the month of March. Adjudicated by Long Island University Professor Neill Slaughter, Professo
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Nature Nick Brings His Animal Adventures to Tangier Smith

Third-grade students at Tangier Smith Elementary School in the William Floyd School District recently welcomed Nick Jacinto of “Nature Nick’s Animal Adventures” for a close-up peek at some incredible and even exotic creatures such as “Pokey” the giant African-crested porcupine, “Boots
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WFHS Students Participate in Mr. Cento’s Bi-Annual Concert

Students in William Cento’s fine arts classes at William Floyd High School recently performed in their 8th annual bi-annual concert in front of approximately 100 people including parents and friends. Students performed songs alone or with a partner or group. According to Mr. Cento, st
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