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Board of Education
The William Floyd School District is an active partnership of students, parents, educators, staff, and community. We are committed to teach, encourage, and challenge all students to fulfill their intellectual, emotional, aesthetic, and physical potential, and to apply their knowledge and skills to become contributing, responsible citizens of a rapidly changing, diverse, global society. Our mission will be achieved in a learner-centered, nurturing and safe environment, designed to empower students with the ability and desire to thrive as life-long learners. Adopted December 16, 1996
Please see below for the latest Board of Education meeting recaps and news!
Board Vice President
Longtime trustee and vice president of the William Floyd Board of Education passed away on September 26, 2019
Click here to access Board Docs. Board docs is an online file management system for Board minutes, agendas and other official documents.
Board of Education Policies
Contained herein are the policy statements formulated by the Board of Education of the William Floyd Union Free School District. Policy is defined as a basic plan of action. It establishes limits within which freedom of judgment can be exercised. Policy is a governing principle of management. It is a statement which has an effect on the interests of those who come under its jurisdiction. A policy may originate from the constitution, from statute, from local determinations and/or from customary patterns of formal behavior.
CLICK HERE to view the William Floyd Board of Education Policies
Canvas is online for grades six through 12! Please click for a direct link to Canvas and directions on how to access it. Please note that this is not new information, it is the same information shared in previous Canvas grades 6-8 and Canvas grades 9-12 updates.
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William Floyd High School principal Philip Scotto delivers a video message to students in grades 9-12.