Mark your calendars for the winter concerts and art shows! Hear and see William Floyd's student-musicians and student-artists showcase their talent!
The William Floyd High School Medical Club, under the leadership of science educator Terri Randall, recently met with volunteers from Shirley Community Ambulance and Mastic Beach Ambulance Company to get a hands-on look at the inner-workings of an ambulance and to hear about volunteer opportunities
William Floyd High School librarians Kate Devenney and Stacy Redmond recently served up some tasty literary treats when they transformed the high school library into a “Book Bistro” for Ms. Mary Matthews’ 9th grade ELA students! In addition to enjoying some sweet treats, students participated in a “book tasting” where they sampled books from various genres.
The William Floyd High School Automotive program, part of the district’s award-winning career and technical education (CTE) offerings, recently received a vehicle donation of a 2003 Volkswagen Beetle from the Steven B. Pescetti State Farm Insurance Agency in Mastic.
Although graduation is still months away, it is time to start planning now. We begin our preparations for this ceremony with the ordering of the cap, gown, and tassel that will be worn during the commencement exercises on June 24, 2023.
Elementary school report cards for the first trimester will be available via the Parent Portal and posted by the end of the day on Monday, December 5.
The William Floyd School District is hosting ENL/Bilingual Parent Night on Thursday, December 1 at 6 pm at William Floyd High School! Please join us for an evening of fun activities and informational presentations to help your child succeed in school
Six William Floyd High School Business Academy students were instrumental in assisting the New York Islanders and their fans in the NHL’s “Hockey Fights Cancer Night,” on November 12, as they worked hard taping more than 17,000 “I Stand Up For” placards to the back of each seat in UBS Arena. During a first period TV timeout, fans had the opportunity to hold up their signs declaring who they stand up for in the battle against cancer.
Moriches Elementary School nurse Teresa Ergul, RN, recently received the prestigious Recognition and Distinguished Service Award presented by the New York State Association of School Nurses (NYASN), an award given to recognize a person who has made significant contributions to the advancement of school nursing and the enhancement of NYASN.
Bragging rights were on the line when the fifth-grade students at Tangier Smith Elementary School recently squared off against police officers from Suffolk County Police Department’s 7th Precinct in a friendly game of kickball. It was a back-and-forth matchup between both sides, but, in the end, both sides came out victorious as the kickball game helped foster an even stronger relationship between the students and their local police officers.