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School Safety

At the William Floyd School District, the safety of our students, staff, visitors and facilities is given the highest priority. We have a large professional and highly trained security staff on duty 24-7. We have the latest in electronic surveillance and warning systems. Every building in the district has emergency management plans that are reviewed periodically and modified whenever new emergency techniques become available. Emergency drills and exercises are also conducted several times a year in all our buildings.

(Click here to view the 2022-2023 School Safety Plan)

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Director of Human Resources 
Michael Stam (631) 874-1527

Security Secretary 
Kimberly Malito (631) 874-1265

Security Office 
(631) 874-1277

Please remember in an emergency contact 911 first, then call the William Floyd security department at 631-874-1277

Confidential Hotline
The district has a confidential hotline set up for anonymous tips at (631) 874-1200

Safety Plan
Click here to view the 2022-2023 School Safety Plan

District News

WFHS Acasations at rehearsal in the school auditorium

The William Floyd High School Acasations, the combined a cappella group featuring the beautiful voices of the Acabellas and the Soundsations, under the direction of music teachers Donia Rivera and Michelle Seifert, respectively, will be competing this weekend in the SingStrong International A Cappella High School Competition at the Adelphi University Performing Arts Center in Garden City! Performers had to be accepted into this competition, which is open to the best a cappella groups from around the world!

medical club officers and advisor photo with SBU representative

The William Floyd High School Medical Club led by science educator Terri Randall continues to make a difference in the lives of children across Long Island with the club’s yearly donation to benefit the Child Life Department at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital. This year’s donation was $600, bringing the five-year total to more than $3,500.