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WFHS Cosmetology Celebrates Model CTE Program Distinction

The William Floyd High School Cosmetology program recently held a banner unveiling ceremony to celebrate the recent “Model School” designation bestowed upon the program by the Career and Technical Education Technical Assistance Center (CTE TAC) of New York, an honor reserved for the b
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Varsity Football Tops State & LI Rankings Through Week 4

The William Floyd Colonials varsity football team has topped the New York State Sportswriters Association (NYSSWA) Class AA rankings as the best large school high school football team in New York State with half of the regular season now complete. So far this season, the Colonials hav
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William Floyd Alumni Association Honors 2018 “Outstanding Educator” Class

The William Floyd Alumni Association honored its newest class of Outstanding Educators – teachers, administrators and mentors who have helped guide their students along the way in their K-12 education at William Floyd. This year’s honorees, who like those in the past have been nominat
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William Floyd Elementary Hosts 15th Annual Museum Day

William Floyd Elementary School recently hosted its 15th annual Museum Day, a fun-filled day of educational activities in which representatives from various Long Island museums, laboratories, art galleries and other institutions visit the school’s classrooms to show students the excit
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Varsity Soccer Teams Seek Playoff Berths

Both the girls’ and boys’ varsity soccer teams are in the middle of the playoff picture with each team vying for a playoff berth over the stretch run. Girls’ varsity currently holds a 4-2 league record (5-3 overall). Led by head coach Kaleigh Sidaras along with senior goaltender Makay
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P.J. Cinque ’05 of the San Diego Symphony Orchestra Returns Home for Master Class

P.J. Cinque, a William Floyd High School alumnus (Class of 2005) and a double-bassist with the San Diego Symphony Orchestra (SDSO), recently visited his high school alma mater to work with students in master classes and catch up with his former teachers and mentors. P.J. visited with
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William Floyd High School trombone player Zachary Neikens holds his trombone.

WFHS Student-Musician Earns All-National Honors

Zachary Neikens, a senior and student-musician at William Floyd High School (bass trombone), has been selected by the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) as a member of the All-National Honor Ensembles Concert Band, a prestigious honor reserved for the “best of the best”
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WFHS SAT Information: Test Date – November 3, 2018

Attention William Floyd High School students and parents: The deadline to sign up for the November 3, 2018, SAT at William Floyd High School is fast approaching! Register online at www.collegeboard.org before October 5, 2018, to avoid late payment fees. Please note that it is recommen
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2018 graduate and former art student is pictured in front of his painting with his former teacher and administrator.

2018 Grad Commissioned for New Central Registration Artwork

Tylee Trent, a 2018 graduate of William Floyd High School and current student at the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan, was recently commissioned to create artwork for the hallway outside of Central Registration in the district’s main offices as a way to exhibit a more rela
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Food Services Promotion: School Lunches Just $1 Through Sept. 28!

Now that school is in full swing, Aramark Food Services and the William Floyd School District are offering school lunches in all buildings for $1 for the week of September 24-28! Follow this link to the Food Services page for additional information such as menus, free/reduced applicat
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