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Geometry in Construction Sets Foundation for Successful Future

Geometry in Construction, an elective year-long course available for William Floyd High School freshmen, is helping students bridge together difficult math concepts by applying construction-based techniques to solve problems. Through fun and educational projects, students are learning
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High School Cap and Gown Information

Although graduation is still months away, it is time to start planning now. We begin our preparations for this ceremony with the ordering of the cap, gown, and tassel that will be worn during the commencement exercises on June 29th. On Tuesday and Wednesday, March 5-6, 2019, a represe
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Mastics & Shirley Community Emergency Food Pantry Celebrates Ribbon Cutting at New WFSD Location

The Mastics & Shirley Community Emergency Food Pantry Foundation, Inc., recently celebrated its official ribbon cutting ceremony at its new location at 338 Blanco Drive in Mastic Beach on the south side of William Paca Middle School. At the ribbon cutting ceremony, food pantry vol
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WFHS Medical Club Donates $500 to SBU Child Life Program

The William Floyd High School Medical Club, under the direction of club advisor and science educator Terri Randall, recently donated $500 to the Child Life Program at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital through the “Change for Children” program, which is a fundraiser designed to help the
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WFMS Students Experience Shark Tank Style Sales Pitch

Aspiring seventh-grade entrepreneurs at William Floyd Middle School recently experienced a real Shark Tank-like sales pitch for their final project in Lauren Engels’ “Exploring Entrepreneurship” class, similar to the hit television show in which entrepreneurs make business presentatio
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Girls’ Youth Lacrosse Camp Registration (K-6) – Thurs., 1/24 at 6:30 pm @ WFMS

Registration for girls’ youth lacrosse (ages kindergarten through 6th grade) will take place on Thursday, January 24, 2019 from 6:30 pm – 9 pm at William Floyd Middle School, located at 630 Moriches-Middle Island Road, Moriches, NY, 11955. The program, coached by second-year head coac
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William Paca Middle School students stand in the hallway of their school holding anti-bullying signs.

William Paca Chorus Students Lend Voices in Fight Against Bullying

In an effort to take a stand against bullying, students from the William Paca Middle School choral department have teamed up to enter the “I Have a Voice” national singing competition sponsored by Hasbro and No Bully, a non-profit organization that focuses on compassion to eradicate b
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William Floyd High School 2018 Fall Student-Athletic Awards

William Floyd recently concluded another successful fall athletic season with two varsity teams making deep postseason runs – football and girls’ tennis – and a host of student-athletes taking home postseason awards! Varsity Football The varsity football team had another tremend
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Free and Reduced Meal Applications Available

Update: January 25, 2019 It has been announced that an agreement has been reached to re-open the federal government for at least three weeks. The William Floyd School District accepts applications for free or reduced meals throughout the school year. Please refer to the chart for inco
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WFHS Senior Wins Second Annual ‘Poetry Out Loud’ Competition

For the second consecutive year, Desiree DeMelfi, a senior at William Floyd High School, finished in first place in the recent schoolwide “Poetry Out Loud” competition, which encourages students to learn about great poetry through memorization and recitation as they master public spea
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