The William Floyd School District is preparing to enter Stage III of its re-opening plan, which includes welcoming in-person students back to school five days per week beginning on March 22 for grades K-5 and on April 6 for grades 6-12. The all-virtual learning option will also continue to be available for the remainder of this school year.
Our Department provides interscholastic athletic opportunities for male and female students in grades 7 through 12. The athletic program fields 64 teams in 18 different sports. More than 1,000 students participate in the program at the middle and high school levels. Our Athletic Program supports the academic mission of our school district. It is not a diversion but rather an extension of our educational program. Through our Athletic Program students will Learn teamwork, sportsmanship, winning and losing, and hard work. Learn self-discipline, build self-confidence and develop skills to handle competitive situations and Acquire the skills and knowledge to live healthy lifestyles through their continued sports participation. There are three sport seasons (Fall, Winter and Spring) in which student-athletes can compete. Equal opportunities for participation are available for both male and female athletes during each of the seasons.
Director of Physical Education, Athletics & Recreation
The William Floyd High School varsity bowling team under the leadership of head coach James Healey recently concluded their regular season with their second consecutive League II Championship, a 13-1 record and a 10th consecutive ticket back to the Suffolk County High School Bowling Championships. The county finals will be held this Sunday, February 28, beginning at 9 am at Bowlero in Sayville.
Students at the William Floyd Learning Center have been participating in the Rising New York Road Runners (NYRR) club activities as a way to improve their physical fitness and learn new ways to stay healthy. As part of this endeavor, students, earlier this year, completed a bus loop marathon outside of their school as a way to challenge themselves to meet and surpass their fitness and running goals.