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Foreign Language Honor Society Inducts Newest Members

Recently, 65 William Floyd High School foreign language students were inducted into the Foreign Language Honor Society (FLHS), a group which was created to recognize students’ academic excellence in Spanish and Italian, as well as to inspire continued interest in each language and cul
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William Paca Middle School Teacher to Appear on Fox 5’s ‘Beat Shazam’

Approximately 17 months after her victory on the Wheel of Fortune, Vanessa Verni, a sixth-grade social studies teacher at William Paca Middle School, is back on the game show circuit but this time with an appearance on Fox’s season three premiere of “Beat Shazam,” an interactive show
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WFHS Super Saturday – May 18

Attention High School students and parents/guardians: Super Saturday is back! This year, beginning Tuesday, May 7, we are offering six (6) one-hour Regents Readiness workshops after school from 2:10-3:10 pm in each content area designed to provide content review, test-taking strategie
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WFMS Students Welcome Teen Genre Author Alyson Gerber

William Floyd Middle School students recently had the opportunity to meet Alyson Gerber, an author whose work is geared to the middle school pre-teen/teen age group. Her debut novel, Braced, a Junior Library Guild selection that has been nominated for the Oklahoma Library Association’
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Top 10 Students for the William Floyd Class of 2019

William Floyd High School Principal Philip Scotto recently conferred the Principal’s Award to the top 10 students for the William Floyd High School Class of 2019. This year’s Principal’s Award list features a talented group of students who are planning to attend college next fall with
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80 William Floyd Student Artists Honored at Portfolio Day

Eighty William Floyd art students from elementary, middle and high school received a “Distinguished” rating or the state’s new “Distinguished with Mastery” rating on their art portfolios at the annual New York State Art Teachers Association (NYSATA) Portfolio Day held at William Floyd
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William Floyd Learning Center Hosts First-Ever Special Needs Resource Fair

Earlier this spring, the William Floyd Learning Center (WFLC) along with the WFLC PTO held its inaugural Special Needs Resource Fair with an emphasis on mental health services. With the theme, “Stop the Stigma,” the resource fair provided an opportunity for families seeking informatio
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2019-20 Budget Vote & Election Information

‘The Budget Vote & Trustee Election is scheduled for Tuesday, May 21, 2019 from 7 am – 9 pm in the William Floyd High School east lobby. Please note that the annual Budget Hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 7 pm in the William Floyd High School library.
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‘A Walk Down Memory Lane’ – Elementary Walkthroughs Scheduled for June 26

On Wednesday, June 26, the William Floyd High School Class of 2019 will be participating in the district’s third annual Graduation Walkthrough, an opportunity for graduating seniors, donned in their caps and gowns, to visit their former elementary schools – John S. Hobart,
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Floyd Academy Social Worker Honored by Suffolk County Child Protection Advisory Board

Gayle Lambert, a social worker at the Floyd Academy, was recently honored for “Outstanding Contributions and Services to Children” from the Suffolk County Child Protective Services Board at the organization’s 35th annual Volunteer & Professional Recognition Day held at the Suffolk
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