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William Paca Student Wins First Place at BNL Maglev Competition

Meagan Hanna, an eighth-grade member of the William Paca Middle School Stony Brook STEP (Science and Technology Entry Program) club advised by Paula Kluse, recently took home first place in the 28th annual Middle School Maglev Contest at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven Nati
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WFMS Students Visit St. Joseph’s College

Recently William Floyd Middle School eighth grades visited St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue for a campus tour which included the opportunity to speak with college representatives and current students. Students had to complete mock college applications and write essays in order to att
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WFE Students & Families Go “Around the World in One Night”

Earlier this spring, William Floyd Elementary School students had the opportunity to take a trip “around the world in one night” during an event for staff, students and their families to celebrate the diversity within the William Floyd community and their own school. Spearheaded by EN
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WFHS Research Students Earn Top Honors

William Floyd High School science research students, under the tutelage of science research teacher Victoria Hernandez, continue to earn accolades at various research competitions including the Long Island Science Congress and the New York State Science and Engineering Fair (NYSSEF) A
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Girls Varsity Track Concludes Amazing Year with Three Medals

The William Floyd Colonials girls varsity track team concluded the program’s best season in its history with three second-place finishes at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHAA) 2018 Outdoor Track & Field Championships held this past weekend at Cicer
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AACT Presents Award to WFHS Chemistry Teacher of the Year

Kristen Drury, the 2018 American Association of Chemistry Teachers (AACT) 2018 High School Chemistry Teacher of the Year, was recently honored by AACT for her dedication to chemistry education and service to the organization. In addition to a $1,000 prize, AACT New York State Regional
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WFHS Receives NJROTC Donation, Two DAV Scholarships

The William Floyd High School National Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps recently received a generous donation from retired U.S. Navy Operations Specialist Class I, Frederick Luhrs, the father of William Floyd High School technology teacher, Fred Luhrs. Mr. Luhrs, a former Willia
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WFMS Students Enjoy Living Civil War History Lesson

William Floyd Middle School seventh-grade students recently had the opportunity to participate in a living history lesson from members of Company K, 67th NY Infantry Regiment of The First Long Island Volunteers, a group that brings the Civil War era to life for the purposes of educati
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WFHS Barbering Instructor Tapped to Serve as U.S. Open Barber

Anthony Montanez, William Floyd High School barbering teacher and owner of Monti’s Barbershop in Moriches, has been chosen to serve as a barber to the PGA Tour’s annual U.S. Open golf tournament held this year at Shinnecock Hills Golf Course in Southampton. Mr. Montanez will be in cha
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WFHS Hosts Senior Signing Day for College-Bound Music Students

William Floyd High School recently hosted its first ever Senior Signing Day event for college-bound student-musicians. In order to be a collegiate musician, students must first be accepted to a college or university and then invited to audition, which involves rigorous preparation and
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