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John S. Hobart Elementary Students Repaint Wooden Career Cutouts

To promote career awareness among elementary school students, members of the John S. Hobart Elementary School Student Council under the direction of teachers Christine Els and Grace Ryan repainted eight-foot tall wooden cutouts to reflect different career options including architect,
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William Floyd Elementary Takes Home Four Math Olympiad Awards

The William Floyd Elementary School Math Olympiad team, under the direction of teachers Toni Amato and Val Wiemer, competed at the Math Olympiad Tournament at Stony Brook University and took home four awards including a third place award in each of the fourth- and fifth-grade team div
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William Paca Middle School Hosts Community Pride Night

William Paca Middle School recently held its first Community Pride Night as a way to showcase projects completed by Paca’s very talented students. At the event, which was attended by approximately 300 people and included more than 35 local community organizations, attendees enjo
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WFHS Hosts Career Cafe Opportunity for Students

The William Floyd High School Business Department recently held a Career Café, in which they provided approximately 400 students with the opportunity to interact with more than 90 speakers from various professions including business, law, government, media and communications, literatu
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WFHS School to Work Students Plant and Harvest Sustainable Garden

William Floyd High School students from Rebecca Stahlman and Kerry Skadl’s School to Work classes recently partnered with students from Victoria D’Ambrosia’s Research program to create a sustainable garden in the high school courtyard. Students from the Building Trades & Construct
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Top 12 Students of the Class of 2015

William Floyd High School Principal Barbara Butler recently conferred the Principal’s Award upon the top 12 students from this year’s graduating class – a fine group of students planning to attend college next fall with varying majors including actuarial science, biology, English, int
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Third Annual STEM Symposium

The William Floyd School District recently held its third annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Symposium for community members and students in grades K-12. Attended by more than 300 people, the Symposium served as a way to showcase student science projects an
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WFHS Hosts Annual College Bound Fine Arts Assembly for Fifth Graders

The William Floyd High School Department of Fine Arts recently held their annual College Bound Fine Arts Assembly for fifth grade students from all elementary schools across the district. Designed to inspire the elementary students and get them excited about high school and beyond, th
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Dave Pia Named USTA Coach of the Year

For the second time in three years, William Floyd High School girls and boys tennis coach Dave Pia has been named the Suffolk County Tennis Coach of the Year by the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Eastern Section Long Island Region. He is the only Suffolk County tennis coach t
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31st Annual Music Faculty Scholarship Concert Scheduled for June 9

The 31st Annual Music Faculty Scholarship Concert is scheduled for Tuesday evening, June 9 at William Floyd Middle School. Last year’s event was attended by more than 600 people and raised approximately $3,200 for student scholarships. The suggested donation is $5 per ticket wit
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