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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.
 


Private & Parochial School Transportation

3/30/2020 - Extension of Deadline for Requests for Transportation to Nonpublic and Charter Schools

Please note that due to the closure of schools pursuant to the Executive Order(s) issued by the Governor for the COVID-19 crisis and recognizing that such requests need to be incorporated into a school district’s budget, the Department directs all public school districts to accept all parental requests for transportation to charter and nonpublic schools submitted on or before May 9, 2020. The Department deems such Executive Order(s) be a reasonable excuse for a delay under Ed. Law 3635.


 

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

After Hours Contact Information
First Student (631) 803-8767
Durham School Services (631) 479-2178

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.
 

District News

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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.