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William Paca MS Raises $1,300 for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

William Paca Middle School recently participated in “Pennies for Patients,” a fundraising program created by The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society which helps fund blood cancer research and works to provide help for patients and their families going through treatment. Throughout the thr
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William Paca Middle School STEP Club Spends Day Aboard RV Peconic

The William Paca Middle School cohort of the Stony Brook STEP (Science & Technology Entry Program) Club recently spent a day exploring the Shinnecock Bay aboard the Research Vessel “Peconic” chartered through Stony Brook University’s School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences. Acco
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WFMS Colonial Volunteers Plant Flowers to Beautify School

The William Floyd Middle School Colonial Volunteers recently planted flowers in front of their school to add a touch of spring to the landscape. The group spent time digging and planting a colorful array of flowers. Members of the Colonial Volunteers pictured left to right are Anthony
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Summer Sports Camps 2018

This summer, the William Floyd School District will offer a variety of sports camps for students who are interested in participating.The registration fee varies depending on the camp. Proceeds will benefit the William Floyd Athletic Department for supplies and equipment. Please be adv
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Seniors Visit Former Elementary Schools in Graduation Walkthrough

Today, nearly 250 members of the William Floyd High School Class of 2018 participated in the district’s second annual “Graduation Walkthrough,” an opportunity for the seniors, donned in their caps and gowns, to visit their former elementary schools – John S. Hobart, Moriches, Nathanie
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John S. Hobart Reader’s Theater Promotes Literacy & the Arts

Recently, fifth graders in Barbara Sapanaro’s music classes at John S. Hobart Elementary School participated in the third annual “Reader’s Theater,” a live-action audio dramatization of five beloved children’s stories – “Little Red Riding Hood,” “The Frog Prince,” “Three Billy Goats G
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Tangier Smith & Moriches Students Win Awards at BNL Science Fair

Two William Floyd students – Ethan Behrens, a Tangier Smith Elementary School kindergartner and Riley Meyer, a Moriches Elementary School first grader – both recently received “Honorable Mention” awards at the Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) Elementary School Science Fair. In the
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WFHS Wind Ensemble Performs Aboard U.S.S. Intrepid During Fleet Week

Story by Katie Lindley, junior, William Floyd High School, Public Relations Intern The William Floyd Wind Ensemble recently had the amazing opportunity to perform on the flight deck of the U.S.S. Intrepid during Fleet Week New York over Memorial Day weekend. As a flute player in the g
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Youthful Boys Lacrosse Team’s Future Looking Bright

With a team that featured only four seniors, William Floyd Colonials varsity boys lacrosse head Coach Desmond Megna and his coaching staff viewed the spring 2018 season as a year of growth and development for the program. Led by senior goaltender Andrew Brust, the Colonials (8-8) used
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Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary Celebrates 14th Annual Student Art Gallery Induction

Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School art teacher Eileen Randazzo, Principal Monica Corona, WFSD Fine Arts Chairperson Theresa Bianco and the Nathaniel Woodhull school community recently celebrated the six student-artists selected for inclusion in the 14th annual Nathaniel Woodhull Art
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