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2017 Outstanding Educators Award Dinner

The William Floyd Alumni Association is honoring four Teachers, Administrators, or Mentors who were the driving force by which we, as former students, received our education and developed into the people we are today. These honorees changed our lives, molded us and taught us the princ
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William Floyd Elementary Hosts 14th Annual Museum Day

For the 14th consecutive year, representatives from various Long Island museums, laboratories, art galleries and other educational institutions descended upon the classrooms of William Floyd Elementary School to show students the exciting and interesting that are available in their ow
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5-0 Colonials Varsity Football Ranked #21 in Tri-State, Face Lindy Next

The defending Suffolk County champion William Floyd Colonials varsity football team currently sits atop Suffolk County Division I with a 5-0 record and a News 12 Varsity Tri-State ranking of No. 21 heading into this weekend’s “Game of the Week” matchup at home against No. 22 ranked Li
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WFHS String Quartet to be Featured on LI News Radio

The William Floyd High School String Quartet, under the direction of orchestra teacher Christopher Shaughnessy, will be featured on the Saturday, November 11 edition of “Spotlight on Long Island Schools,” a weekly program, airing Saturday mornings at 10:30 am on Long Island News Radio
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Tangier Smith Students Enjoy ‘International Talk Like a Pirate Day’

Tangier Smith Elementary School third-grade students recently took part in that fun, yearly tradition – “International Talk Like a Pirate Day,” an annual celebration which encourages people everywhere to talk like a pirate for a day. The class dressed in pirate garb, read “Pirates Don
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John S. Hobart Students Participate in ‘Book Tasting’ Event

Students in Brianne Antenucci’s third-grade class at John S. Hobart Elementary School recently had the opportunity to participate in a “Book Tasting” event, which provides students the opportunity to “taste” a variety of literary genres. In this event, “Chef” Antenucci set up her clas
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Girls Varsity Tennis Wins Sixth Consecutive League & Division Titles

The William Floyd Colonials varsity tennis team knocked off Mattituck 5-2 in the regular season finale to conclude another successful season which saw this impressive group of young ladies take their sixth consecutive League and Division title, a remarkable run which includes a 59-3 t
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Capital Project Frequently Asked Questions

On Monday, October 30, residents of the William Floyd community will have the opportunity to vote on a $39.4 million capital project proposal, which if approved, can transform our schools and community. Highlights include much-needed repairs and upgrades throughout all of our building
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Class of 2018 Yearbook Information

Yearbook recognition ads are a great way for parents, families and friends to commemorate student achievements and important milestones. In addition, revenues from recognition ads help schools to create a better yearbook. To purchase an ad online, click here and follow the instruction
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WFHS Students Use Art to Help Shelter Animals Get Adopted

Holly Hazen and Lorraine Wimpelberg, two students enrolled in Theresa Bianco’s Portfolio Preparation class, are using their artwork to help some canine residents at the Southampton Animal Shelter find new homes. The two juniors set out to show how the dogs really look when they are no
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