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Elementary Distance Learning

Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year! The new elementary school distance learning plan allows students to continue learning and remain in daily contact with their educators. Your teachers will be reaching out prior to the start of school to introduce themselves and ensure you know how to access Google Classroom. There will also be one period each day for students to work directly with their teachers. Please don’t fret if you cannot check in each day during the live daily session. It will not be counted against attendance as long as assignments are completed. If you have any extenuating circumstances, please stay in close contact with your child’s teacher.

Distance learning is still new for all of us. This is a change in how our teachers teach, and how our students learn. Please be patient, as our teachers are using technology that is new to them, and they balance working with their students that they see in person twice a week, along with students who are fully virtual. As school starts and our educators become more comfortable with the scheduling and technology, what your children will see on the website will also change and improve. Please allow your teachers a few weeks to get better acquainted with the tools and this new schedule. 

Aside from our teachers, we also know this is a continued adjustment for our families, so we want to minimize any additional burdens our families may be dealing with, and offer the following suggestions:

  • The circumstances of each of our families is different, so there is no one-size-fits-all approach. If students cannot log in at the assigned time given by their teacher, but can do the work later in the day, that is absolutely acceptable. We encourage you to do what works best for your family.
  • Allow your child(ren) appropriate breaks as necessary. It’s okay if they need to pause an assignment and come back to it later.
  • If students are having difficulty with an assignment, please reach out to their teacher.

Please remember, we are all in this together. Your administrators, teachers, teaching assistants and the entire school community is here for you. Together we will get through these trying times and we'll be stronger as a result.

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Teacher Websites

Please select your child's school from the list below. This will bring you to a school directory where you can access the dedicated website for any of your child's teachers.  Please note that teacher websites are being updated and posted regularly at this time. If you cannot locate a specific site on TUESDAY, please contact your child's teacher. 

Log-in Information/Technology Help Desk: 
To access the online student account/password reset form, please CLICK HERE.
If your child has a district assigned chromebook, he/she will need his/her district user ID and password to log-in.  If your child does not know his/her user ID/password, please call the Technology Help Desk at (631) 874-1733, from 7 am - 4 pm on weekdays, Monday through Friday and someone will be able to assist you.

Additional contact information for questions or support: 
Tangier Smith:  Toni Komorowski  tkomorowski@wfsd.k12.ny.us (631) 874-1342
Nathaniel Woodhull:  Heather Murillo hmurillo@wfsd.k12.ny.us (631) 874-1302
John S. Hobart: Jim Westcott  jwestcott@wfsd.k12.ny.us  (631) 874-1296
Moriches: Deirdre Redding  dredding@wfsd.k12.ny.us  (631) 874-1398
William Floyd Elementary:  Keith Fasciana   kfasciana@wfsd.k12.ny.us (631) 874-1257
William Floyd Learning Center:  Gary Bretton gbretton@wfsd.k12.ny.us  (631) 874-1718

Please know we are available to assist you in any way we can.