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William Floyd Orchestra Teacher Named Guest Conductor for WCSMA

Dr. Amy Mason Sckipp, a ninth- and tenth-grade concert orchestra teacher at William Floyd High School, was selected as a guest conductor for the 2014 Westchester All County Orchestra, which is part of the Westchester County School Music Association (WCSMA). WCSMA is a county unit of t
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8 William Floyd High School Students to Compete at FBLA State Competition

William Floyd High School students enrolled in the Business Academy recently competed in the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) regional competition at Molloy College with eight students placing in the top three in their respective categories qualifying them for the New York St
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William Floyd High School Interact Club Collects 250 Jeans for Homeless LI Teens

The William Floyd High School Interact Club, a youth division of the Rotary Club of Shirley and the Mastics, collected 250 pairs of new and gently used jeans to benefit homeless children on Long Island through the 7th Annual Teens for Jeans Drive sponsored by Aéropostale and DoSomethi
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William Floyd Launches Year Two of Career and Tech Education Training Academies

To help equip students for future careers and post-secondary education in a very competitive global environment, the William Floyd School District has launched the second phase of its Career and Technical Education (CTE) program with the addition of two new academies – Automotive Tech
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Moriches Elementary Promotes Recycling Through Green Schools Project

Students at Moriches Elementary School in the William Floyd School District have been selected to participate in the Recyclebank Green Schools Program with the opportunity to earn money to support their green project – a school-wide recycling program for students which will help educa
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William Paca AP Honored by Brookhaven Town Black History Commission

In honor of Black History Month, the Town of Brookhaven Black History Commission recently held an evening to celebrate the accomplishments of African Americans in the community and recognize those who have made a difference in the lives of others. The theme, “A Journey of a Thousand M
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Versace USA Visits William Floyd High School Fashion Marketing Students

William Floyd High School Fashion Marketing students in Korin Cloghessy and Jacqueline Giacalone’s classes recently had the unique opportunity to meet with two representatives from Versace USA, one of the world’s leading fashion design brands, to learn what it takes to be successful i
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Paca Middle School Teacher Named Bright Light for Use of Technology

George Ober, a sixth- and seventh-grade classroom music teacher at William Paca Middle School, was recently selected as a “Bright Light” by the Association of Suffolk Supervisors for Educational Technologies (ASSET) at their annual winter luncheon. Mr. Ober was one of only 16 chosen f
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WFHS Virtual Enterprise Classes Gain Valuable Experience at Trade Show

Students from William Floyd High School Virtual Enterprise classes, part of the William Floyd High School Business Academy, recently competed in the fourth annual Long Island Business Plan Competition and Trade Show held at Farmingdale State College. Virtual Enterprise is a simulated
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William Floyd Middle School Teachers’ Lounge Transformed Into Student Bistro

For many students, the teachers’ lounge seems like an exotic faraway place that they are not allowed to enter. Well, a group of William Floyd Middle School students had the opportunity to go where few have ventured before – into the teachers’ lounge for a lunch served by their teacher
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