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Elementary Education

Welcome to the William Floyd School District Elementary Education Webpage. Our elementary schools consist of William Floyd Elementary, Tangier Smith Elementary, Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary, John S. Hobart Elementary, Moriches Elementary and William Floyd Learning Center. All of our elementary schools are committed to providing a high quality 21st Century education which enables students to grow socially, emotionally, and academically. Our elementary schools provide the foundation for students enabling them to be successful and college and career ready.

Stacey Scalise and Mary Koehler

Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Instruction, Administration and Pupil Personnel Services 
Dr. Stacey Scalise (631) 874-1202

Director of Grants and Elementary Education
Mary Koehler (631) 874 -1232

Elementary News

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New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli recently released his annual “Fiscal Stress in School Districts” report reviewing the financial statuses of school districts across New York State. The William Floyd School District once again received “No Designation,” the highest mark a district can receive, which signifies the sound and fiscally responsible financial and business operations of the school district.

A photo of the principal reading to students in the library

William Floyd Elementary recently held its sixth annual Reading Fair hosted by first-grade teachers Jen Milleisen and Jackie Sciacca featuring a fun night of camping-themed literacy activities designed for students and their families to enjoy together.