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Blessings in a Backpack Making a Difference in School & Community

This school year was the first year of the William Floyd “Blessings in a Backpack” program, which is designed to provide food to elementary school students when school is not in session. The program, funded through donations and $4,000 in “seed money” provided by Blessings in a Backpa
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Moriches Elementary School Celebrates Wellness Week

Moriches Elementary School recently hosted “Wellness Week,” five days dedicated to helping students become more aware of the actions that they take throughout the day that have an impact on their overall wellness. Each day had its own special theme – “Mindful Monday,” which provided s
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William Floyd to Host LI Road Warriors Baseball Game & Free Clinic

For the second consecutive year, the Long Island Road Warriors, the newest member of the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League (HCBL) and the 2017 Hamptons League Champions, will visit William Floyd as part of their all “on-the-road” schedule. They will take on the Westhampton Aviators
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WFSD Music Department Inducted Into Long Island Music Hall of Fame

The William Floyd School District Music Department has been selected as a recipient of the Long Island Music Hall of Fame (LIMHoF) 2018 Gold Recognition Award for its rich history of excellence in music education, an awards program which is designed to identify Long Island high school
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2018 Graduation Checklist and Guidelines

GRADUATION: JUNE 23, 2018, 10:00A.M. WILLIAM FLOYD HIGH SCHOOL Mastic Beach, NY 11951 CHECKLIST & GUIDELINES 1. Graduation Meeting – Wednesday, May 30th in LGI during English Class. 2. Graduation Requirements – You must meet all of the academic requirements as set forth by t
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William Floyd in the News – Late May 2018 edition

Please click the photo to see some of the positive news stories featured about the William Floyd School District from May 1 through May 29, 2018. You can also view it by clicking here!  
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Two WF Students Qualify for National Math Competition Finals

Two William Floyd students – Julia Abbaticchio, a sixth grader at William Floyd Middle School, and KeQing Wang, an 11th grader at William Floyd High School, recently qualified to compete in the 2018 MathCON Finals held at the University of Illinois in Chicago, a prestigious mathematic
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Students & Staff Participate in Red Nose Day to Fight Childhood Hunger

Hundreds of William Floyd students participated in “Red Nose Day,” a nationwide fundraising campaign to support non-profit organizations that help lift children and young people of out poverty. At Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School, students and staff donned their red noses and head
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Girls Softball Concludes Successful Season with Two Playoff Wins

UPDATE – May 25: The No. 10 ranked Colonials lost yesterday to the No. 5 ranked Half Hollow Hills West 7-1. They had a great season and much to be proud of! Congratulations to all the young ladies and their coaches! UPDATE – May 24: The Colonials defeated Bay Shore High Sc
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William Paca Middle School’s Community Pride Night a Success

William Paca Middle School recently held its fourth annual Community Pride Night as a way to welcome the community and showcase the great opportunities that Paca’s talented students are participating in on a daily basis. With approximately 250 people in attendance, community members w
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