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WFHS Sophomore Serves as Role Model to John S. Hobart Fifth Graders

Vanessa Gonzalez-Martinez, a sophomore at William Floyd High School with hearing loss, recently visited two John S. Hobart Elementary School students with hearing loss – Savannah Kelleher and Luke Tiedemann – to serve as a mentor as they finish up fifth grade and are about to transiti
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Colonials Headed to State Track Championships

Two William Floyd High School student-athletes – Nigel Green and Trevor Wilkins – put on a clinic this past weekend at the Section XI Track and Field Championships/State Qualifier in Port Jefferson with Green winning the 100m and 200m events and Trevor Wilkins winning the triple jump.
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Foreign Language Honor Society Visits Italian American Museum in Little Italy

Several student members of the William Floyd High School Foreign Language Honor Society (FLHS) had the opportunity to expand their understanding of Italian culture during a recent field trip to the Italian American Museum located in New York City’s Little Italy. The historic museum, l
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William Floyd Unified Sports Completes Successful Inaugural Season

Unified Sports Completes Successful Inaugural Season

The William Floyd School District, in collaboration with the Special Olympics of New York, just concluded its inaugural season of “unified sports,” a program which provides special education students with the opportunity to participate in a team sport facilitated by varsity student-at
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William Floyd to Host LI Road Warriors Baseball Game & Free Clinic

The Long Island Road Warriors, the newest member of the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League (HCBL), will play the Sag Harbor Whalers at the William Floyd varsity baseball field on Saturday, June 10, 2017 at 2 pm. Before the game at 10 am, children ages five through 12 will have the op
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Picture of Lexi Willets (center) is pictured with FBLA advisors Kristin Puric (left) and Lee Cillo.

WFHS Student Takes First in FBLA States, Will Compete in Nationals

William Floyd High School Business Academy student Lexi Willets placed first in the Client Services category at the New York State Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) competition held this past April. This victory qualified Lexi, a senior, for the FBLA National Competition in An
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WFE Students Learn About Helmet Safety

Recently, students at William Floyd Elementary School welcomed Suffolk County Legislator Kate Browning and representatives from the Suffolk County Police Department’s 7th Precinct for a presentation on helmet safety. Legislator Browning also donated seven bicycle helmets which were gi
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Photo of William Paca Teacher Helping Habitat for Humanity Build Home in Mastic Beach

William Paca Teacher Helps Habitat for Humanity Build Home in Mastic Beach

Recently, William Paca Middle School eighth-grade science teacher Laura Turano picked up her tool belt to help construct a home in Mastic Beach with Habitat for Humanity during “National Women Build Week,” which encourages women to “devote at least one day to help families build stren
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William Paca Middle School Raises $1,700 in St. Jude’s Math-A-Thon

William Paca Middle School recently hosted their second annual Math-A-Thon with 35 students raising $1,692 to benefit the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, which helps families with children fighting childhood cancer. Several classes participated by obtaining pledges from family
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Photo from WFHS Business Academy End of Year Awards and Recognition

WFHS Business Academy Celebrates End of Year Awards

The William Floyd High School Business Academy recently held their annual Awards and Business Honor Society (BHS) Induction Ceremony, to honor and celebrate the business students who have contributed so much to their school and community. Future Business Leaders of America Twelve busi
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