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Nathaniel Woodhull, WFMS Donates $1,300 for ALS Ride for Life

William Floyd Middle School and Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School recently welcomed Chris Pendergast and the ALS Ride for Life for quick stops along the path of their 21st annual “Ride for Life,” a trek from the east end of Long Island to New York City, which is designed to raise f
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90 WFSD Students (Grades 5-12) Earn ‘Distinguished Honor’ at NYSATA Portfolio Day

Recently, 90 William Floyd art students in grades five through 12 received the highest rating of “Distinguished” on their art portfolios at the annual New York State Art Teachers Association Portfolio Day held for the first time at William Floyd High School. In order to qualify for th
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Paca Community Pride Night – May 14, 6-8 pm

The William Paca Middle School 4th annual Community Pride Night is scheduled for Monday, May 14 from 6-8 pm at William Paca Middle School! The event is open to all residents of the William Floyd community who will have the opportunity to view various community projects by William Paca
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Kindergarten Screening Appointments

In preparation for your child’s entrance into kindergarten, our elementary team will be conducting a screening as part of NYS Commissioner’s Regulations. The purpose of the screening is to identify your child’s strengths, and to provide important information to guide his/her unique ki
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Top 10 Students for the William Floyd Class of 2018

William Floyd High School Principal Philip Scotto recently conferred the Principal’s Award to the top 10 students in the upcoming class of 2018. This year’s Principal’s Award list features an all-female top 10 for the first time in district history. The students, a talented, motivated
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Nathaniel Woodhull Students ‘Dress Like a Teacher’ for Teacher Appreciation Day

Students at Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School have been celebrating “Teacher Appreciation Week” with various fun-themed activities each day including high five a teacher, draw a picture for a teacher, dress up like a teacher, thank a teacher and write a note to a teacher. Pictured
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Medical Assisting Students Take 4th in Northwell Health’s SPARK! Challenge

A team of four William Floyd High School Medical Assisting students recently placed fourth in Northwell Health’s SPARK! Challenge, a culmination of a year-long program in which high school students learned about careers requiring science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills
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Meteorology Students Visit News 12 Studios

William Floyd High School students in Sara Huwer’s meteorology class recently visited News 12 studios for an in-depth look at the inner workings of a news station, and had the opportunity to meet many employees, including Rich Hoffman, one of Long Island’s most recognized television m
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WFMS Student Artwork Selected for ‘Colors of Long Island” Exhibition

Two William Floyd Middle School students , sixth grader Maggie Hua and seventh grader Abigail Mercado, recently had their art work selected for display in the 20th annual “Colors of Long Island” Art Exhibition, which ran through May 8 at the Long Island Museum of American Art, History
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WFHS Junior Cosmetology Students Raise $300 for Autism Speaks

Recently, William Floyd High School junior Cosmetology students raised $300 for Autism Speaks, an autism advocacy organization that sponsors autism research and conducts awareness and outreach activities. The students applied blue hair extensions and painted blue fingernails on studen
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