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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.

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Public Relations Director 
James Montalto 

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

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Twenty years – that’s how long a kindergarten time capsule was safely tucked away at Moriches Elementary School until principal Deirdre Redding recently discovered it in the back of a supply closet. This time capsule project that the five Moriches Elementary kindergarten classes of 2000-01 undertook to memorialize their interests – such as their favorite toy, their favorite video game, favorite singer or song, favorite television show and where they like to celebrate their birthdays – has brought back fond memories for the teachers involved. While a few things have stayed the same, much has changed.

WFHS Medical Club Donates $650 to Stony Brook Children’s Hospital

For the third consecutive year, the William Floyd High School Medical Club under the direction of science educator Terri Randall, raised and donated funds to help support the great work that the Child Life Department at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital conducts on a daily basis. This year, the Medical Club donated $650 bringing the three-year total to $1,670. 

Floyd Academy student holds high school diploma

The Floyd Academy recently celebrated the first members of the Class of 2021 with a mid-year curbside graduation ceremony to recognize the 20 students who put in the effort and overcame tremendous adversity to earn their high school diplomas. This milestone is usually celebrated with a luncheon for graduates and their families, but this year was held curbside due to the pandemic.