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Floyd Academy June 2017 Regents and Testing Information

Floyd Academy will be administering the New York State Regents, RCT Exams, and Finals June 12, 2017 through June 22, 2017.  As a result, we will be using a testing schedule and modified transportation schedule.  See the file below for additional information or CLICK HERE to download.
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WFHS Junior Wins Third Place in Suffolk County Women in the Courts Essay Contest

Dabney Villasenor, a William Floyd High School junior, recently took home third place in the Suffolk County District Administrative Judges’ “Women in the Courts” essay contest for her essay on the topic, “Why I Can’t Wait to Vote.” For her efforts, Dabney received $100. This essay con
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WFHS 9th Graders Attend “Romeo and Juliet” at Tilles Center

William Floyd High School ninth-grade English students recently traveled to the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts at LIU Post for a performance of William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.” This field trip was designed to enhance student reading of the play in cla
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42 Graduating Senior Military Enlistees Recognized at 3rd Annual “Our Community Salutes” Ceremony

The “Our Community Salutes” Brookhaven Chapter held its third annual High School Enlistee Recognition Ceremony at Sunset Harbour on May 18, 2017, the largest ceremony yet for the new Brookhaven chapter. Approximately 270 people consisting of the student honorees, members of their fami
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WFHS Girls Track Student Athlete Sets New School Record, Achieves Podium Finish

William Floyd High School sophomore and track student athlete Kaylah Britt recently had a podium finish at the Glenn D. Loucks Memorial Track and Field Games held in White Plains, NY. Girls track coach John Ryan describes the Loucks Games as “perhaps the most competitive outdoor meet
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William Floyd Middle School Students Visit Finance Park

William Floyd Middle School Students Visit Finance Park, St. Joseph’s College

Recently, a group of William Floyd Middle School sixth-grade students from Melissa Carlin’s Home and Careers class visited Junior Achievement Finance Park in Hauppauge, a program which provides students with experience in making financial decisions including those related to income, e
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William Paca Middle School Hosts Disability Awareness Week

William Paca Middle School Hosts Disability Awareness Week

William Paca Middle School recently hosted Disability Awareness Week as an effort to promote understanding and awareness of those with disabilities. “Most people do not realize that there are more than one billion people worldwide who live with some form of a disability and who must o
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June 2017 Regents Examination Schedule and Information

We will be administering the New York State Regents, June 12, 2017 through June 22, 2017. As a result, we will be using a testing schedule and modified transportation schedule.  See the reverse side of this letter for details. Due to the seriousness of the testing administration, as w
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Budget Approved

Budget and Board Election Results

  Residents passed the 2017-18 Budget. Thank you to all who voted! 2017-18 Budget Vote Results Yes votes: 1149 No votes:   478 Result: Budget Passed 2017-18 Board Election Results (two seats up/three-year terms) Uncontested: Jeananne Dawson: 1160 votes Uncontested: Robert Taiani: 1090
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William Floyd Elementary Pilots New “Colonial Masters” Program

William Floyd Elementary School has piloted a new program this school year – the Colonial Masters Enrichment Program – for approximately 25 students in grades three through five, with each grade level focusing on a different subject. For this inaugural program, third graders focused o
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