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Tri Hamlet Sports Club – 2019 Athletic Hall Fame Community Award Recipient

The Tri Hamlet Sports Club Inc. is a local sports organization located in the heart of Mastic Beach, NY, founded in 2013, with approximately 170 members in its programs last year. Tri Hamlet Sports Club has been created to offer the youth of the Tri-Hamlet community the opportunity to
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1976 Varsity Baseball Team – 2019 Athletic Hall Fame Team Award Recipient

The 1976 varsity baseball team was arguably one of the best baseball teams in school history, finishing with a 17-1 regular season record and a No. 1 seed in the Suffolk County Championship baseball tournament. In the process, they also won the league championship and advanced all the
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ENL Parent/Family Night – Wednesday, January 9, 2019 @ 6 pm

On Wednesday, January 9 at 6 pm in the William Floyd High School library, please join our English as a New Language teachers who will provide information on many school topics which will help support your children. You will have opportunity to discuss with teachers the following: R
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Cheerleaders Win “Team up 4 Community” Grant for Third Consecutive Year

The William Floyd High School varsity cheerleading team led by head coach Alyssa Cabrera recently earned second place and a $1,500 grant in the Team Up 4 Community “Long Island Holiday Sports Heroes Video Challenge” for raising $1,000 for the Stony Brook Lung Cancer Center and for vol
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Floyd Academy Hosts Sock Drive to Benefit Homeless

Career Development and Occupational Studies students in the Floyd Academy recently held a sock drive to help the homeless and those in need of emergency housing this winter season. Altogether, thanks to the generosity of the Floyd Academy school-community, 625 pairs of new socks were
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13th Annual ‘Take Down Autism’ Tournament Raises $2,800 for Autism Speaks

The William Floyd Colonials wrestling program under the leadership of head coach Tony Mecca recently hosted the 13th annual “Take Down Autism” Tournament, a day of fundraising and competition among the best teams in Suffolk County. In total, the tournament raised $2,836 which included
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WFSD 2018: A Year in Review

Below is a recap of some of the William Floyd School District’s top stories of the year for 2018! This list is designed to reflect and look back upon many of the positive things that occurred throughout 2018 in the William Floyd School District. They are in no particular order. Enjoy!
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WFHS NJROTC Cadet Receives Legion of Valor Bronze Cross

William Floyd High School senior Xander Shirley, a platoon commander in the school’s NJROTC, has been selected to receive the Legion of Valor Bronze Cross for Achievement ROTC award, one of the top recognitions for high school and college ROTC cadets. Shirley is just one of only 22 re
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Nathaniel Woodhull 5th Grade Band Featured on News 12 ‘Sounds of the Season’

The Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School 5th Grade Band under the direction of Sharon Kitzis will be featured on the News 12 Long Island “Sounds of the Season” this Friday, December 21, throughout the day! Be sure to tune in or set your DVR to catch the talented group perform “Dance o
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William Floyd’s 284th Birthday Bash

The William Floyd School District recently celebrated the 284th birthday of William Floyd, the district namesake and one of only 56 men to sign the Declaration of Independence. In what has become an annual tradition now in its ninth year, students and staff from all across the school
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