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WFHS Varsity Bowling Team Concludes Successful Season

The William Floyd High School varsity bowling team, following a 10-4 regular season and third place finish in their division, recently competed in the Suffolk County Championship for the seventh consecutive season. The Colonials were led by standout performances from Alex Ramoska and
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WFHS HCARE Students Receive White Coats, Recognized by BOE

The Board of Education recently recognized 11 current and former William Floyd High School students who participated in the two-week Health Careers Academic Readiness and Excellence (HCARE) summer program sponsored by Stony Brook University’s School of Health Technology and Mana
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WFE Students Send Valentine’s Day Cards to U.S. Military Overseas

William Floyd Elementary School students recently put their artistic skills to use and created Valentine’s Day cards for active duty military personnel currently serving overseas in Afghanistan. More than 300 cards were created with love and sent to U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant Robert F
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NJROTC Cadets Visit Middle Schools for Recruiting Effort

William Floyd High School NJROTC cadets recently visited their former middle schools – William Paca Middle School and William Floyd Middle School – for an official recruiting visit to talk with current eighth graders about all the great opportunities and experiences they’ve had as mem
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Future Business Leaders of America Students Shine at Regional Competition

Fifteen William Floyd High School Business Academy students and members of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) took home 18 awards at the regional FBLA competition recently held at Hofstra University. Ten of these students have qualified to compete in the state competition i
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Early Dismissal for February 12, 2019

Due to the inclement weather, the William Floyd School District will conduct early dismissal for today, February 12, 2019. CII, due to its later start time, will be closed. Additionally, all after-school activities have been canceled. Tonight’s Board of Education meeting has been post
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Middle School Nine-Period Day and Extra Help – Question and Answer

During the recession of 2008-10, the William Floyd School District experienced many painful reductions to staffing and programs for students. Among those reductions was the nine-period day at both middle schools. Since that time, the district has been strategically and systematically
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William Floyd in the News – February 2019 edition

Please click the photo to see some of the positive news stories featured about the William Floyd School District from January 1, 2019 through February 7, 2019. You can also view it by clicking here! To view previous recaps, click here!
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William Floyd Elementary Hosts 5th Annual Reading Fair

Students and their families in the William Floyd Elementary School community recently gathered for the school’s fifth annual reading fair. All in attendance were able to view student project boards for their favorite books as well as enjoy special events including teacher read-alouds,
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WFHS Lockdown Drill & Canine Sweep

9:38am – The lockdown drill and canine sweep have ended. The police did not find drugs or any other contraband. This morning at approximately 9:05 am, William Floyd High School began an unannounced lockdown drill, one of several which districts are required by NYS to conduct in
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