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.
The William Floyd School District Public Relations Office is responsible for communicating information of importance to residents of the local communities served by the William Floyd School District. Responsibilities include the promotion of student and staff achievements, unique and innovative programs, budgetary and scheduling information, photography of district events, crisis communications and much more. The Public Relations Office is also responsible for creating the annual budget brochure and the district calendar, which are printed and sent home to all residents in the community. The Public Relations Office is continually working to keep residents informed and get the message of the great things happening out to the public by keeping in regular contact with local and regional reporters and editors with ideas/potential stories of interest to feature. Please follow the district on social media – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and flickr – for the latest! If you have any stories that you believe might be of interest, please do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The district has a confidential hotline set up for anonymous tips at (631) 874-1200
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William Floyd High School principal Philip Scotto delivers a video message to students in grades 9-12.
During the time that schools are closed, students who typically receive mental health services in school may be limited in their access to the professionals who provide these services. Therefore, district mental health staff would like to make families aware of supports, programs and community-based mental health resources that are available for anyone interested.
The William Floyd School District has partnered with SCOPE Education Services to provide free emergency extended school-aged childcare for the children of first responders and medical personnel. Click for more information!