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Girls Track Finishes Strong Season, Set Several School Records

The William Floyd Girls track team under the tutelage of head coach John Ryan is coming off of a strong performance at the State Qualifier Meet to end the season. Sophomore Kaylah Britt placed seventh overall in Suffolk County with a mark of 36’ 10.25” – her best jump of the season an
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Board of Education Vacancy – Request for Résumés

June 19, 2017 at 5 pm: We are no longer accepting résumés for this position. The William Floyd Board of Education is requesting résumés to fill an upcoming vacancy due to Trustee Anthony Speruta’s resignation effective close of business on June 30, 2017. Mr. Speruta, who has served th
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Universal Pre-Kindergarten Slots Still Available

The William Floyd School District is still accepting applications for the Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program. This is a half-day Pre-K program, five days per week, for eligible children. Eligible children need to be four years old before December 1st, live in the district, and meet al
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WFHS Culinary Arts Teacher Carves Ice Sculpture for ESPN Segment on NBA Champions

With the Golden State Warriors on the verge of a second NBA title in three years, William Floyd High School Culinary Arts teacher, Richard Daly, an international ice carving champion, was tapped to create an intricate sculpture to encapsulate the creation of the Golden State Warriors’
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Nigel Green Caps Amazing Track Season with State Championship

William Floyd High School senior Nigel Green capped off a successful senior year and track career at William Floyd by zooming past his competitors in the Federation 100 finals at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association State Championships at Union-Endicott High Scho
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William Floyd Elementary Celebrates Young Authors

William Floyd Elementary School recently held an author celebration for the student members of the school’s “Writing Club” who had their creative stories self-published in a book titled, Writing Club 2016-17. At the celebration which was attended by members of the authors’ families, s
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William Paca Eighth Graders Teach First Graders

Twenty two William Paca Middle School eighth-grade students recently had the opportunity to experience what it’s like to be a first-grade teacher as they traveled to Tangier Smith and Nathaniel Woodhull elementary schools to present a lesson on the importance of families, communities,
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Moriches Elementary School Fifth Graders Visit County Courts

Moriches Elementary School fifth-grade students recently had the opportunity to visit the Suffolk County Supreme Court in Riverhead to see a mock trial and jury selection up close, a trip organized through the office of Suffolk County Commissioner of Jurors Lawrence Voigtsberger. Upon
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Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary Girls Participate in “Beautiful Me” Project

Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary Girls Participate in “Beautiful Me” Project

Recently, fifth-grade girls at Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School participated in “Beautiful Me,” a program designed to improve self-esteem, which teaches girls to understand who they are, to appreciate their own skills and qualities and to understand that there is gratification in
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WFE’s Third Annual Spelling Bee Raises $2,100 for Alzheimer’s Research & Support

WFE’s Third Annual Spelling Bee Raises $2,100 for Alzheimer’s Research & Support

William Floyd Elementary School recently hosted its third annual “Forget Me Not” Spelling Bee resulting in donations of $2,133 to assist the Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center in Bay Shore, an organization that supports research to one day find a cure for Alzheimer’s, as well as prov
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