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Middle School Performing Groups Earn Superior Ratings at LI Music Festival

This past spring, student musicians from William Floyd Middle School and William Paca Middle School took part in the Long Island Music Festival held at the Brentwood campus of Suffolk County Community College. Created and administered by music educators, the festival is designed to br
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Middle School Walkthroughs Scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 29

In an effort to help new and incoming middle school students become familiar with their building, both William Floyd Middle School and William Paca Middle School will be hosting walkthroughs on Tuesday, August 29 from 10am-12pm and 4pm-6pm. These self-guided tours are designed to help
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William Paca Middle School Students Empowered through Youth Triathlon

Nearly 30 William Paca Middle School students recently participated in the Hamptons Youth Triathlon, a culmination of six months of training through i-tri, an organization that empowers adolescent girls through triathlon preparation. Throughout the training, these student-athletes par
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Free Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program: Spots Still Open for September

A limited number of spots are still available for parents interested in enrolling their eligible children in the district’s free Universal Pre-Kindergarten program beginning on Tuesday, September 5! The program is a half-day, five day per week program for children turning four-y
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Diverse group of male and female teens and young adults are studying together around desks in classroom or library. Caucasian, African American and Hispanic students are looking at laptop computer screen and working on assignment together.

Parent Portal Information for the 2017-2018 School Year

The 2017-18 student schedules (grades k-12) will be available on the parent portal on Thursday, August 24, 2017 at the close of business. Please take these remaining weeks of summer to verify that your username and password are working. You can access the Parent Portal on the William
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Boys JV Soccer Wins Brookhaven Summer League Championship

The William Floyd boys junior varsity soccer team recently won the JV Boys Large School Championship in the Town of Brookhaven’s Summer Soccer League with a 2-1 victory over Centereach, a victory they followed up with a 2-0 shutout of Eastport-South Manor in the Brookhaven League Cros
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BOE Recognizes Residents for Donation of Team Benches

The William Floyd Board of Education recently recognized Mark Smothergill and Michael Lubrano of the Tri Hamlet Sports Club for their generous donation of four team benches to benefit all who use and enjoy the baseball/softball fields. Mr. Smothergill and Mr. Lubrano, who serve as pre
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Remembering Former Trustee Therese Kaniecki

The William Floyd School District is saddened to hear of the passing of Mary Therese Kaniecki (nee O’Shea), who served as a trustee on the William Floyd Board of Education from 1974-1980. Therese Kaniecki, 90, a 59-year Mastic Beach resident, still lived in the same home she purchased
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HS Students Participate in Protein Crystallography Class at BNL

WFHS Students Participate in Protein Crystallography Class at BNL

Two William Floyd High School rising seniors, Asma Asghar and Christian Meehan, along with their science research teacher Victoria D’Ambrosia, had the opportunity this summer to participate in a protein crystallography class, Exploring proteins with a New Light, at Brookhaven National
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Three Secondary Educators Tapped for Expertise

Two William Floyd teachers – Kristen Drury (chemistry) and Patricia Costell (social studies) – were selected to participate in College Board’s annual Advanced Placement (AP) Reading for the AP Chemistry and AP World History examinations, respectively. Each June, AP teachers and colleg
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