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WFHS Counseling Center’s First On-Site Admissions Day of School Year a Success

The William Floyd High School Counseling Center recently held its first of several on-site admissions events of the year, in which admissions representatives from schools of higher education come to meet with students, answer their questions and showcase what their schools have to off
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William Floyd Middle School and Moriches Elementary School students with their principals Carolyn Schick (left) and Deirdre Redding (right).

Moriches Elementary & William Floyd Middle School Debut New Student Collaboration

A group of seventh-grade students from William Floyd Middle School recently paid a visit to the fifth graders at Moriches Elementary School to present interactive lessons on exploration. The lessons, crafted by the students themselves, were designed to help prepare the soon-to-be midd
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Photo of William Floyd on the left and his signature on the right

Happy Birthday, William Floyd!

On Monday, December 17, the William Floyd School District along with its partners at the Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Community Library, will celebrate the 284th birthday of William Floyd, a delegate to the First Continental Congress and one of only 56 men to sign the Declaration of Indep
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WFMS teacher standing outside a house with Christmas lights

WFMS Teacher’s “Lights Map” Sure to Brighten Holidays

To help spread holiday cheer and encourage families to enjoy the holiday lights that only come around this time of year, William Floyd Middle School general music teacher Jonathan Dignam has compiled a list of the locations of the best decorated homes in Nassau and Suffolk counties on
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Picture of various sports equipment on a turf field.

Three Fall Athletic Teams Earn Scholar-Team Athlete Awards, Three Win Sportsmanship Award

Three William Floyd High School varsity athletic teams – field hockey, girls’ tennis and boys’ cross country – recently received the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete Team Award for excellence in the classroom during the 2018 fall athletic season w
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Photo of students and staff at the forge river

WFHS Research Students Collect Forge River Scientific Data

William Floyd High School science research students recently participated in “A Day in the Life of the Forge River,” a citizen science project which allows high school students to partner with scientists from Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL), the Pine Barrens Commission, Cold Spri
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Students pose for a photo in the gym

WFHS Key Club Volunteers at Kyle Sports for Special Needs Program

Members of the William Floyd High School Key Club recently volunteered at the Mastic Sports Club Kyle Sports for Special Needs bi-weekly inclusion Saturday program held in the gymnasium at William Floyd Middle School in which children with special needs from throughout the community g
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1984 grad Bill Hennessey donated $2,500 to the high school student council. He is pictured with student leaders and teacher advisors.

William Floyd Alumnus Donates $2,500 to WFHS Student Government

Bill Hennessey, president of the Long Island Public Service Employees Local 342 and a 1984 alumnus of William Floyd High School, recently made a generous $2,500 donation on behalf of his union to the William Floyd High School Student Government, which will use the funds to support sen
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Students and Staff at the Renaissance Fair

Second Annual Renaissance Faire Collects 500 Items for Local Food Pantry

Recently, William Floyd High School held its second annual Renaissance Faire for students as a fun way to experience the period of human enlightenment following the Dark Ages affording students the opportunity to participate in period activities such as crafts, games, human chess, ice
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WFHS Fourth Annual ‘Taste of the Town’ a Success

The William Floyd High School Hospitality Academy recently hosted the fourth annual “Taste of the Town,” a popular school-community event featuring numerous local and area food establishments presenting their best dishes for the community to sample. More than 500 people attended the e
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