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William Paca Middle School

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The William Paca Middle School staff, students and parents are committed to meeting district goals by supporting educational programs, services and ideas which will offer challenging and stimulating educational experiences in a safe environment for all our students.

Spanning grades 6, 7 and 8, William Paca Middle School serves approximately 1500 students. Within each grade level, students are exposed to a comprehensive and challenging curriculum in all subject areas. It is our building goal that these experiences will foster growth in the academic, physical, emotional, social and aesthetic potential of all our students.

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William Paca Middle School
338 Blanco Drive
Mastic Beach NY, 11951
Grades 6 - 8 (8:00am - 2:28pm)

Paca Middle School Principal 
Dr. Michele Gode (631) 874-1414

Paca Middle School Assistant Principals 
Jennifer Engmann (631) 874-1472
Jessica Ragazzi (631) 874-1473

Paca - Teachers on Assignment 
Kevin Durant (631) 874-1474

Paca Middle School Office Numbers
Main Office - (631) 874-1414
Attendance - (631) 874-1420
Guidance - (631) 874-1658
Nurse - (631) 874-1418
Psychologist I - (631) 874-1459
Psychologist II - (631) 874-1879
Social Worker - (631) 874-1703

Guidance
Caroline Reed  (A-K) (631) 874-1456
Laurie O'Donoghue  (L-M) (631) 874-1481

Social Workers
Alyssa Cabrera (631) 874-1458
Angela Teri (631) 874-1453
Tasharni Harris (631) 874-1217

DASA Coordinators
Michele Gode (631) 874-1414
Alyssa Cabrera (631) 874-1453
Jennifer Engmann (631) 874-1472
Tasharni Harris-Palache (631) 874-1217

Paca News

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This page will be updated whenever there is COVID-19 related information to share.

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At the April 20, 2021 budget adoption meeting, the William Floyd Board of Education adopted its proposed budget for the 2021-22 school year, which calls for a 0% (zero percent) tax levy increase. This budget, which maintains all student programs, clubs, sports and other opportunities, is fiscally conservative for residents while providing long-term multi-year sustainability for district operations. The Board of Education has continued to put forth fiscally responsible budgets as evidenced by staying at or below the tax cap limit for the 10th consecutive year (every year during the tax cap era).