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April 21, 2021 at 4:55 pm

Two Students Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that two students tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One student who attends Moriches Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on April 16.
  • One student who attends William Floyd High School tested positive and was last in school on April 21.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


April 20, 2021 at 5 pm

Four Students Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that four students tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school until medically cleared to do so. Please note that two of these students are members of the same household.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One student who attends William Floyd Middle School tested positive and was last in school on April 9.
  • Two students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on April 9 and April 19, respectively.
  • One student who attends Moriches Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on April 20.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


April 19, 2021 at 5:15 pm

Four Students & Three Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that four students and three staff members tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so. Please note that one of these students is enrolled in all-virtual learning.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One all-virtual student who tested positive is enrolled in all-virtual learning at William Floyd High School. Please note that the New York State COVID-19 dashboard reflects all cases including those who are enrolled in all-virtual learning.
  • One student who attends Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on April 6.
  • Two students who attend William Floyd Middle School tested positive and were last in school on April 14 and April 16, respectively.

Location and last at-work dates (staff) 

  • Two staff members from William Floyd High School tested positive and was were at work on April 14 and April 16, respectively.
  • One staff member from William Paca Middle School tested positive and was last at work on April 16.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


April 16, 2021 at 4:15 pm

One Staff Member Tested Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that one staff member tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. This individual will not be allowed to return to work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last at-work date

  • One staff member from William Floyd High School tested positive and was last at work on March 18.

The district has reported this case to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. It will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


April 15, 2021 at 4:30 pm

No Positive Tests for COVID-19 Today

The district does not have any positive cases of COVID-19 to report today.

Please rest assured that the district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


April 14, 2021 at 5 pm

Two Students Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that two students tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One student who attends Moriches Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on March 26.
  • One student who attends William Floyd High School tested positive and was last in school on April 7.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


April 13, 2021 at 4:50 pm

One Student Tests Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that one student tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. This individual will not be allowed to return to school until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One student who attends William Floyd High School tested positive and was last in school on April 9.

The district has reported this case to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. It will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


April 12, 2021 at 4:50 pm

Eight Students & Two Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that eight students and two staff members tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • Four students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on March 26 (one student), April 7 (one student) and April 9 (two students), respectively.
  • Two students who attend William Floyd Middle School tested positive and were last in school on April 6 and April 9, respectively.
  • One student who attends Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on April 7.
  • One student who attends William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on April 9.

Location and last at-work dates (staff)

  • One staff member from William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on April 9.
  • One staff member from William Floyd High School tested positive and was last at work on April 9.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


April 9, 2021 at 4:30 pm

Two Students Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that two students tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One student who attends William Floyd High School tested positive and was last in school on March 25.
  • One student who attends Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on April 9.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


April 8, 2021 at 5 pm

Three Students & One Staff Member Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that three students and one staff member tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so. Please note that one of these students is enrolled in all-virtual learning.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One all-virtual student who tested positive is enrolled in all-virtual learning at William Floyd High School. Please note that the New York State COVID-19 dashboard reflects all cases including those who are enrolled in all-virtual learning.
  • Two students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on March 26 and April 8, respectively.

Location and last at-work dates (staff) 

  • One staff member from William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on April 6.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


April 7, 2021 at 5:30 pm

Eight Students Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that eight students tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so. Two of the students are members of the same household.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • Two students who attend Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and were last in school on March 24 (same household).
  • Three students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on March 25 (one student) and March 26 (two students), respectively.
  • One student who attends William Paca Middle School tested positive and was last in school on March 26.
  • Two students who attend William Floyd Middle School tested positive and were last in school on March 26 and April 6, respectively.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


April 6, 2021 at 5 pm 

Twenty-Four Students & 11 Staff Members Tests Positive for COVID-19 Over 10-Day Recess (No Closures) 

The district has learned that 24 students and 11 staff members tested positive for COVID-19 over the course of the 10-day spring recess (March 27 – April 5). Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • Eleven students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on March 15 (one student), March 19 (one student), March 23 (one student), March 25 (one student), March 26 (six students) and April 6 (one student), respectively.
  • Two students who attend the Floyd Academy tested positive and were last in school on March 18 and April 6, respectively. Please note that for reporting purposes, these cases will appear on the NYS Dashboard as William Floyd High School.
  • Four students who attend Moriches Elementary School tested positive and were last in school on March 15 (one student), March 22 (one student) and March 26 (two students), respectively.
  • Three students who attend William Paca Middle School tested positive and were last in school on March 16 (one student) and March 26 (two students), respectively.
  • Three students who attend William Floyd Middle School tested positive and were last in school on March 26.
  • One student who attends John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on March 26.

Location and last in-school dates (staff) 

  • Three staff members from William Floyd Middle School tested positive and were last at work on March 19 (one employee) and March 26 (two employees), respectively.
  • One staff member from Moriches Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on March 26.
  • One staff member from John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on March 26.
  • Three William Floyd High School staff members tested positive and were last at work on March 26.
  • Three districtwide staff members classified as William Floyd High School tested positive and were last at work on March 26.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 26, 2021 at 4 pm

Two Students & Two Staff Members Tests Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that two students and two staff members tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One student who attends William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on March 23.
  • One student who attends Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on March 23.

Location and last in-school dates (staff) 

  • One staff member from Moriches Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on March 19.
  • One staff member from John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on March 23.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 25, 2021 at 4:50 pm

One Student & One Staff Member Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that one student and one staff member tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One student who attends William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on March 23.

Location and last in-school dates (staff) 

  • One staff member from William Floyd High School tested positive and was last at work on March 24.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 24, 2021 at 5:10 pm

Two Students & One Staff Member Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that two students and one staff member tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • Two students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on March 19 and March 23.

Location and last in-school dates (staff) 

  • One staff member from William Floyd High School tested positive and was last at work on March 23.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 23, 2021 at 4:50 pm

Three Students & One Staff Member Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that three students and one staff member tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • Two students who attend William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and were last in school on March 16 and March 22.
  • One student who attends Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on March 22.

Location and last in-school dates (staff) 

  • One staff member from William Floyd High School tested positive and was last at work on March 19.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 22, 2021 at 4:45 pm

Seven Students & Two Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that seven students and two staff members tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • Two students who attend William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and were both last in school on March 5.
  • One student who attends Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on March 11.
  • Two students who attend William Paca Middle School tested positive and were last in school on March 18 and March 19, respectively.
  • Two students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were both last in school on March 19.

Location and last in-school dates (staff) 

  • Two staff members from William Floyd High School tested positive and were both last at work on March 19.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 19, 2021 at 4:50 pm

Three Students & Two Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that three students and two staff members tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One student who attends Moriches Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on March 8.
  • Two students who attend William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and were both last in school on March 9.

Location and last in-school dates (staff) 

  • One staff member from William Floyd Middle School tested positive and was last at work on March 10.
  • One staff member from William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on March 11.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 18, 2021 at 5 pm

Three Students & Two Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that three students and two staff members tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One student who attends Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on March 8.
  • Two students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were both last in school on March 16.

Location and last in-school dates (staff) 

  • One staff member from William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on March 9.
  • One staff member from William Floyd High School tested positive and was last at work on March 15.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 17, 2021 at 4:50 pm

Three Students & Two Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that three students and two staff members tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so. Please note that one of these students is enrolled in all-virtual learning.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One all-virtual student who tested positive is enrolled in all-virtual learning at William Floyd High School. Please note that the New York State COVID-19 dashboard reflects all cases including those who are enrolled in all-virtual learning.
  • One student who attends William Floyd Middle School tested positive and was last in school on March 9.
  • One student who attends William Floyd High School tested positive and was last in school on March 16.

Location and last in-school dates (staff) 

  • One staff member from William Floyd High School tested positive and was last at work on March 3.
  • One staff member from William Floyd Middle School tested positive and was last at work on March 11.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 16, 2021 at 4:40 pm

Two Students & Two Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that two students and two staff members tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One student who attends William Floyd High School tested positive and was last in school on March 9.
  • One student who attends William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on March 15.

Location and last in-school dates (staff) 

  • One staff member from William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on March 2.
  • One staff member from Moriches Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on March 15.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 15, 2021 at 5 pm

Fourteen Students & Three Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that 14 students and three staff member tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so. Please note that three of these students are enrolled in all-virtual learning. Additionally, 10 of the students are from four households.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • Three all-virtual students who tested positive are enrolled in all-virtual learning at William Floyd High School. Please note that the New York State COVID-19 dashboard reflects all cases including those who are enrolled in all-virtual learning. Two of these students are members of the same household.
  • Two students who attend William Paca Middle School tested positive and were both last in school on February 12. These two students are members of the same household.
  • Three students who attend Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and were last in school on March 5 (one student) and March 11 (two students), respectively. Two of these students are members of the same household.
  • Four students who attend William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and were last in school on March 11 (three students) and March 12 (one student). Two of these students are members of the same household.
  • One student who attends William Floyd Middle School tested positive and was last in school on March 11 (same household member).
  • One student who attends William Floyd High School tested positive and was last in school on March 12 (same household member).

Location and last in-school dates (staff) 

  • One staff member from Moriches Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on March 5.
  • One staff member from Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on March 12.
  • One staff member from Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on March 13.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm

Two Students & One Staff Member Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that two students and one staff member tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • Two students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on February 23 and March 11, respectively.

Location and last in-school dates (staff) 

  • One staff member from William Floyd Middle School tested positive and was last at work on March 3.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 11, 2021 at 4:50 pm

Five Students & Two Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that five students and two staff members tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • Two students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on March 8 and March 9, respectively.
  • Two students who attend William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and were last in school on March 9 and March 10, respectively.
  • One student who attends Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on March 11.

Location and last in-school dates (staff) 

  • Two staff members from Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and were last at work on March 5 and March 10, respectively.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 10, 2021 at 6:20 pm

Three Students & Two Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that three students and two staff members tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so. Please note that one of the students is enrolled in all-virtual learning.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One all-virtual student who tested positive is enrolled in all-virtual learning at William Floyd High School. Please note that the New York State COVID-19 dashboard reflects all cases including those who are enrolled in all-virtual learning.
  • Two students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on March 4 and March 9, respectively.

Location and last in-school dates (staff) 

·         One staff member from William Paca Middle School tested positive and was last at work on February 14.

·         One staff member from John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on February 24.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 
 


March 9, 2021 at 5 pm

Six Students Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that six students tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school until medically cleared to do so. Please note that two of the students are enrolled in all-virtual learning.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • Two all-virtual students who tested positive are enrolled in all-virtual learning at William Floyd High School. Please note that the New York State COVID-19 dashboard reflects all cases including those who are enrolled in all-virtual learning.
  • Four students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on February 28, March 5 (two students) and March 8.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 8, 2021 at 5 pm

Fourteen Students and Two Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that fourteen students and two staff members tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so. Please note that one of the students is enrolled in all-virtual learning and there are two sets of same-household members.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One all-virtual student who tested positive is enrolled in all-virtual learning at Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School. Please note that the New York State COVID-19 dashboard reflects all cases including those who are enrolled in all-virtual learning.
  • Three students who attend Moriches Elementary School tested positive and were last in school on January 26 (two students) and March 5, respectively.
  • Two students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on February 19 and March 5, respectively.
  • Four students who attend William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and were last in school on February 23, February 26 (two students) and March 5, respectively.
  • One student who attends Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on March 1.
  • One student who attends John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on March 5.
  • Two students who attend William Floyd Middle School tested positive and were both last in school on March 5.

Location and last in-school dates (staff members) 

  • One staff member from William Floyd High School tested positive and was last at work on March 3.
  • One staff member from Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on March 5.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 5, 2021 at 4:30 pm

Two Students Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that two students tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school until medically cleared to do so. Please note that one of the students is enrolled in all-virtual learning.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One all-virtual student who tested positive is enrolled in all-virtual learning at William Floyd High School. Please note that the New York State COVID-19 dashboard reflects all cases including those who are enrolled in all-virtual learning.
  • One student who attends Moriches Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on March 4.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 4, 2021 at 5 pm

Two Students Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that two students tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One student who attends William Floyd Middle School tested positive and was last in school on February 12.
  • One student who attends Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on March 2.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 3, 2021 at 4:30 pm

Four Students Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that four students tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school until medically cleared to do so.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • Three students who attend William Floyd Middle School tested positive and were in school on February 12, February 24 and March 2, respectively.
  • One student who attends Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on March 2.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 2, 2021 at 4:30 pm

Six Students and One Staff Member Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that six students and one staff member tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so. Please note that one of these students is enrolled in all-virtual learning; and, two others are members of the same household.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One all-virtual student who tested positive is enrolled in virtual learning at William Floyd High School. Please note that the New York State COVID-19 dashboard reflects all cases including those who are enrolled in all-virtual learning.
  • One student who attends John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on February 12.
  • One student who attends Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on February 12.
  • One student who attends William Paca Middle School tested positive and was last in school on February 25.
  • One student who attends William Floyd High School tested positive and was last in school on February 26.
  • One student who attends William Floyd Middle School tested positive and was in school on March 1.

Location and last at-work dates (staff) 

  • One staff member from Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on February 26.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


March 1, 2021 at 4:55 pm

Seven Students and Two Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19 (No Closures) 

The district has learned that seven students and two staff members tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing has been completed and anyone deemed to have been in close contact has been notified of the requirements to quarantine. These individuals will not be allowed to return to school/work until medically cleared to do so. Please note that two of these students are enrolled in all-virtual learning; and, two others are members of the same household.

Location and last in-school dates (students) 

  • One all-virtual student who tested positive is enrolled in virtual learning at Tangier Smith Elementary School. Please note that the New York State COVID-19 dashboard reflects all cases including those who are enrolled in all-virtual learning.
  • One all-virtual student who tested positive is enrolled in virtual learning at William Floyd High School. Please note that the New York State COVID-19 dashboard reflects all cases including those who are enrolled in all-virtual learning.
  • Two students who attend William Floyd High School tested positive and were last in school on February 12 and February 25, respectively.
  • One student who attends William Paca Middle School tested positive and was last in school on February 23.
  • One student who attends Tangier Smith Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on February 25.
  • One student who attends William Floyd Elementary School tested positive and was last in school on February 26.

Location and last at-work dates (staff) 

  • One staff member classified as districtwide tested positive and was last at work on February 25.
  • One staff member from John S. Hobart Elementary School tested positive and was last at work on February 26.

The district has reported these cases to the Suffolk County Department of Health and to New York State. They will appear on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.  

The district will continue to diligently deep clean and sanitize all buildings each night after in-person learning. For those who use district transportation, buses are also cleaned after morning and afternoon routes by our transportation companies. It is important to continue to take all necessary precautions such as staying home when sick, coughing/sneezing into the crook of your elbow, washing your hands frequently, staying socially distant and wearing a mask. 


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