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Districtwide Clerical Holds School Supply Drive

William Floyd’s District-wide clerical staff CSEA Unit # 8766-02 recently held a school supply drive to benefit William Floyd students. Members collected donations that went toward the purchase of brand new backpacks, pens, pencils, notebooks, folders and more. Supplies geared toward
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Students Tend William Paca Garden for Summer Project

This past summer, students participating in the Life Skills program under the tutelage of Susan Piraino had a great time working and tending the vegetables growing in the Paca Garden. Students worked cooperatively with their peers and staff to weed, water and harvest the crops in the
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Summer Basketball Readies Student-Athletes for Upcoming Season

The William Floyd basketball program saw tremendous success during this year’s Bellport Youth Summer League season with seven teams competing in grades three through 10, four of which reached the title games in their respective divisions and two teams the 5th & 6th Grade team alon
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WFHS Meet the Teacher Night – September 20 at 6 pm

William Floyd High School “Meet the Teacher” Night is scheduled for Thursday evening, September 20 at 6 pm. Parents who attend will assemble in the high school auditorium for a welcome address from Principal Philip Scotto and then follow a shortened version of their child’s “even day”
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NJROTC Cadet Leaders Named for 2018-19 School Year

The William Floyd Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) recently held their “pinning” ceremony in which the slate of cadet officers is named for the 2018-19 school year. The ceremony was held on the grounds of the William Floyd Estate, the ancestral home of William Floy
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Important Information for First Day of Large Bus Transportation

Large bus transportation will be operational on Monday, September 17. Below are some key points to remember for Friday, September 14, and Monday, September 17. Schools will follow the same drop-off and pick-up procedures currently on the website for Friday, September 14. The last day
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William Floyd High School Adjusted Schedule/Dismissal Procedures for 9/13-9/14

In an effort to minimize traffic congestion, the high school will be running on a truncated bell schedule for the next two days, Thursday, September 13 and Friday, September 14, with dismissal taking place at 1:01 pm. Ninth- and 10th-grade students will continue arrival and dismissal
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Transportation Update: Large Buses Will Run on 9/17

Please see below for a letter from Kevin M. Coster, Superintendent of Schools, William Floyd School District, regarding the latest transportation update. (A pdf version of that letter can be viewed by clicking here.) Dear William Floyd community: The district’s new provider, First Stu
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School Arrival & Dismissal Procedures

In an effort to address the arrival and dismissal of nearly 9,000 students during the current large bus crisis, each school has come up with a detailed plan for drop-off and pick-up. Please click each school below for details specific to that school. Additionally, please note that the
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2018 PSAT/NMSQT Information

Get a jump on practicing in your 10th grade year! And don’t miss out on taking the PSAT your 11th grade year! Click here to download the PSAT information flyer
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