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Public Relations

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 publicrelations@wfsd.k12.ny.us.

Public Relations Director 
James Montalto 

(631) 874-1237
jmontalto@wfsd.k12.ny.us

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The charts included will reflect the number of daily positive COVID-19 cases for the William Floyd School District. These charts will be updated on a daily basis when school is in session until the New York State COVID-19 Report Card is operational. Once it becomes operational, the same figures will be available at the NYS COVID Report Card link.

15 William Floyd High School students standing in a group with masks on

Fifteen William High School student scholars were recently honored for their academic excellence at the eighth annual Town of Brookhaven Hispanic Heritage Month celebration sponsored by the town's Hispanic Advisory Board. The students, selected for maintaining a stellar grade point average of 95 or higher, had the opportunity to come together to be recognized, celebrate their achievements and enjoy an evening of Hispanic culture along with peers from nearby Brookhaven school districts.

WFHS freshman student cross country runner Zariel Macchia pictured on the track

Zariel Macchia, a ninth grader at William Floyd High School, is at it again – accomplishing great feats in the high school running world. This past weekend, against a talented field of nationally-ranked athletes including two Olympic Trial qualifiers, Zariel placed second in the Eastern States Championship Race at the Manhattan College High School Invitational.

senior class members working on their homecoming banner

Homecoming is back! There is a great lineup of homecoming festivities this year as this fun high school tradition makes its return with Spirit Week, the pep rally, the homecoming parade on Saturday morning, the post-parade homecoming crowning and culminating with the football game as the defending Suffolk County Champion William Floyd Colonials take on Sachem North at 1:30 pm. The theme for this year is “Falling for Floyd.”

photo of WFHS girls varsity tennis team

The William Floyd High School Colonials girls’ varsity tennis team, led by head coach Dave Pia, was just crowned League and Division champions after concluding a perfect regular season – going 16-0 (14-0 in league play)! They will begin their quest for a Suffolk County title on Wednesday, October 13, as the No. 1 seed after a first-round playoff bye.