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WFMS & Nathaniel Woodhull “Upstanders” Recognized by NY Jets

This past fall, William Floyd Middle School and Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School participated in the New York Jets “Upstander of the Week” program, an anti-bullying initiative that rewards students who display outstanding qualities and characteristics such as being kind and helpin
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High School Cap and Gown Information

Although graduation is still months away, it is time to start planning now. We begin our preparations for this ceremony with the ordering of the cap, gown, and tassel that will be worn during the commencement exercises on June 23rd. On March 6th and 7th, a representative from the cap
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Girls Winter Track Setting Records

The girls winter track team coached by John Ryan continues to roll along this season setting several school records in various events including the 4×200-meter relay, the 300-meter dash, the triple jump and the long jump. Kaylah Britt set a new school record earlier this season w
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Two-Hour Delay – Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Due to the weather conditions, the William Floyd School District will operate on a two-hour delay for today, Tuesday, January 30, 2018. Please be safe!
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Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten registration for the 2018-19 school year is still taking place in the Central Registration Office between the hours 7:30 am – 1 pm, Monday through Friday. Incoming kindergartners must be five years of age on or before December 1, 2018 in order to register for the up
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60 William Floyd Students Named to SCMEA All-County

Sixty student musicians from William Floyd High School, William Paca Middle School, William Floyd Middle School and Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School have been selected to perform in the Suffolk County Music Educators Association (SCMEA) All-County Festival in early March, an honor
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Picture of the William Floyd Elementary School Robotics team after winning the Champions Award.

Floydbots Win ‘Champions Award’ at FIRST Lego League Qualifier

The Floydbots, the William Floyd Elementary School Robotics team just in its second year of existence, won the “Champions Award” at the SBPLI FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Lego League Qualifier held this past weekend at Great Hollow Middle School in
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Substitute Positions Available

  The William Floyd School District is looking for substitute employees! Please apply online at www.olasjobs.org – Attn: Mary Siano. Please place the position you are applying for in the subject line. All candidates must have the appropriate license or certification. Potent
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Middle school students throw clams into the Shinnecock Bay to help fight pollution.

WFMS Students Help Stony Brook University Seed Shinnecock Bay with Clams

Students from Mario DiDomenico’s Environmental Club and Robert Mozer’s Science Research Club at William Floyd Middle School recently participated in a clam seeding trip in Shinnecock Bay with marine biologists from Stony Brook Southampton. The students helped seed the bay with more th
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11th Class of Honorees Enshrined in Athletic Hall of Fame

The William Floyd School District along with the William Floyd Alumni Association recently inducted its 11th class of Hall of Fame recipients, which include five former standout athletes, a playoff team and a coach’s award recipient. Inductees were enshrined at a ceremony attended by
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