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Kindergarten Screening Appointments for 2019-20 School Year

In preparation for your child’s entrance into kindergarten, the district’s elementary team will be conducting a screening as part of NYS Commissioner’s Regulations. The purpose of the screening is to identify your child’s strengths, and to provide important information to guide
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HRH Mobile Health Center Providing Vaccinations on May 30 in Shirley

HRHCare will provide vaccinations, including the measles (MMR) vaccine, in their Mobile Health Center van in the parking lot of 885 Montauk Highway, Shirley on Thursday, May 30 from 9 am to 12 pm, and from 1 pm to 4 pm (Applebee’s parking lot). Vaccinations provide protection from ser
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Cultural & Historical Figures Come to Life at Tangier Smith Wax Museum

Second-grade students at Tangier Smith Elementary School recently donned the costumes of their favorite historical and cultural figures – past and present – as they participated in a wax museum to celebrate College and Career Day in mid-April. For this project, students researched fam
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Unified Basketball Season a Success, Playoffs Set to Begin

Update 5/30/19: The Colonials lost to Comsewogue in a first-round playoff game. They played their hearts out and had a great season! Congratulations! The William Floyd School District, in collaboration with the Special Olympics of New York, just concluded its third season of “unified
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Kyle’s Sports/AMBUCS Host Successful Bike-A-Thon

Earlier this month, the Mastic Sports Club (MSC) Kyle’s Sports for Special Needs and AMBUCS Long Island hosted a Bike-a-Thon event at William Floyd Middle School to raise money for children within the local community in need of an adaptive bicycle. Despite less than ideal weather cond
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WFHS AP Literature & Composition Class Partners with Kansas High School

In an effort to help students make connections with others from different social and cultural backgrounds, students in Lillian Bilello’s senior Advanced Placement (AP) Literature and Composition class had the opportunity to work with their peers from an AP Literature class in Pittsbur
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Carpentry Students Volunteer at Habitat for Humanity Home

On Wednesday, May 22, the William Floyd High School Building Trades & Construction Academy (carpentry) teamed up with Habitat for Humanity to help with the construction of a home on Bayview Drive in Mastic Beach. Under the guidance of carpentry teacher Matthew Van Horne and techno
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Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary Fit Club Places 6th in County Competition

Nathaniel Woodhull Fit Club Places 6th in County Competition

Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School fourth- and fifth-grade students recently placed sixth out of 31 Suffolk County teams in the third annual Suffolk Zone Fit Club competition sponsored by the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. The compet
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Varsity Baseball Playoff Updates

Update: 5/23: The Colonials fell to Sachem East on Wednesday 4-2, concluding a great season that saw the team put up 14 victories between the regular season and the playoffs. Update 5/22: Following yesterday’s loss to Connetquot, the Colonials travel to Sachem East today to play
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2019-2020 Budget Vote and Trustee Election Results

The 2019-2020 proposed budget has passed. Yes votes: 939 No votes: 511 Additionally, April Coppola (995 votes), Robert Guerriero (905 votes) and Lorraine Mentz (891 votes) have been re-elected to new three-year terms. Congratulations to the trustees and thank you to all who came out t
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