A photo of a school bus

Transportation Department

Welcome to the transportation department for the William Floyd School District. As always, we will be counting on parents, along with the drivers and administration to keep children safe while on the school bus. For any questions or concerns, parents are encouraged to talk to their building principal or call the Transportation Department at (631) 874-1305 or via email at transportation@wfsd.k12.ny.us.

Transportation Department 
Gail Yirce (631) 874-1314
Laura Ruhle (631) 874-1584
Christina Casiano (631) 874-1315

After Hours Contact Information
ACME (631) 698-5500
First Student (631) 803-8767

Employee Documents and Forms
Transportation Department Infofinder le.
The above website provides access to our transportation database for WFSD staff only.
It can only be used in district.

Transportation Request Form
BOCES Coach Bus Field Trip Form

District News

collage of high school and middle school music students

Sixteen William Floyd students were selected to perform in the Long Island String Festival Association (LISFA) this month...11 from William Floyd High School, three from William Floyd Middle School and two from William Paca Middle School – were selected by a panel of Suffolk County music educators based on their superior scores at the annual New York State School Music Association solo adjudications.

Photo of Cassidy Samuelson playing basketball.

From the moment she arrived at William Floyd High School, Cassidy Samuelson (Class of 2020) was viewed by her teachers, coaches and peers as a role model. Described as relentless, Cassidy’s devotion to both her academics and athletics has forged a memorable William Floyd career. She is a scholar-athlete with an 87.5 GPA and multiple accolades in both volleyball and basketball, who has made a tremendous impact during her time at William Floyd.

Photos of the nine essay winners holding up their certificates

The William Floyd School District recently celebrated the 285th birthday of William Floyd, the district namesake and one of only 56 men to sign the Declaration of Independence. In what has become an annual tradition over the past 10 years, students and staff from all across the school district celebrate and commemorate the life and legacy of Mr. Floyd with special events and activities focused on this year's theme of helping others and serving the community.