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Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School

Welcome to Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School, “Where education begins.”
It is our pleasure to greet you as partners in your child’s educational journey. Here at Nathaniel Woodhull, we are fortunate to have highly qualified, professional, and dedicated faculty and staff members who are truly committed to providing our students with the best education in a caring and nurturing environment. The members of the Nathaniel Woodhull Learning Community are dedicated to meeting the individual learning needs of all of our students.
As the William Floyd School District Mission Statement indicates, “We are committed to teach, encourage, and challenge all students to fulfill their intellectual, emotional, aesthetic, and physical potential, and to apply their knowledge and skills to become contributing, responsible citizens of a rapidly changing, diverse, global society.” It is our job to make that vision a reality.
Together we can make great things happen! We look forward to this school year with great anticipation and excitement. Please feel free to contact us at any time if you have any questions or are looking for opportunities to assist in your child’s education.

NEW! Click here to access the Elementary Distance Learning portal

 

A photo of the woodhull elementary sign and the principals

Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School
6 Frances Landau Pl.
Shirley NY, 11967
Grades K-5 (8:20am - 2:38pm)

Woodhull Elementary Principal 
Heather Murillo  874-1802

Woodhull Elementary Assistant Principals
Erica Peralta (631) 874-1803

Woodhull Elementary Office Numbers
Main Office - (631) 874-1302
Attendance - (631) 874-1633
School Nurse - (631) 874-1303
Psychologist - (631) 874-1630
Woodhull Library - (631) 874-1694

Guidance
Donna Teller (631) 874-7711

Social Worker
Mary Kolesar (631) 874-1940

DASA Coordinators
Erica Peralta (631) 874-1803
Donna Teller (631) 874-7711
Mary Kolesar  (631) 874-1940

Woodhull News

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As you may have heard, New York City schools announced today (November 18) that they will transition to remote learning. Many may begin to wonder what this news will mean for William Floyd and other Long Island districts. Our district does not fall under the jurisdiction of New York City schools, so Long Island schools operate under different guidelines. Click below to read more about the district's plans moving forward.