The charts included will reflect the number of daily positive COVID-19 cases for the William Floyd School District. These charts will be updated on a daily basis when school is in session until the New York State COVID-19 Report Card is operational. Once it becomes operational, the same figures will be available at the NYS COVID Report Card link.
It has come to the district’s attention that a third-party organization referring to itself as a sports media marketing group or sports promotion group has reached out to some local businesses seeking sponsorships for William Floyd athletic teams and promising marketing opportunities on t-shirts, cups, souvenirs, coupons and in-game announcements in exchange for money. This is a scam and an attempt to swindle local businesses out of their hard-earned revenue. Please know that the district would never partner with a third-party organization for sponsorships such as these. For your own protection, do not respond to any such email or click on links embedded in an email. If they reach out to local businesses by phone, please feel free to say “No, thank you.” and end the phone call. If you receive a correspondence like this and are unsure of its veracity, please contact the Athletic Office to verify at 631-874-1634.
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.
Zariel Macchia, a ninth grader at William Floyd High School, is at it again – accomplishing great feats in the high school running world. This past weekend, against a talented field of nationally-ranked athletes including two Olympic Trial qualifiers, Zariel placed second in the Eastern States Championship Race at the Manhattan College High School Invitational.