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William Floyd Elementary School

William Floyd Elementary School is a place where every child is special and has the potential to realize their dreams. Our dedicated staff, parents and community work together as a team to develop our students’ social, emotional and academic needs. Our goal is to inspire our students to be model citizens and life-long learners.
William Floyd Elementary School is a place where every student has the potential to achieve greatness. Walk through our hallways and you will feel a sense of dedication, enthusiasm and academic excellence.

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William Floyd Elementary School
111 Lexington Road
Shirley NY, 11967
Grades K- 5 (8:20am - 2:38 pm)

William Floyd Elementary Principal 
Keith Fasciana (631) 874-1280

WF Elementary Assistant Principal 
Valerie Ennis (631) 874-1286

WF Elementary Office Numbers
Main Office - (631) 874-1257
Attendance - (631) 874-1251
School Nurse - (631) 874-1270
WFES Library - (631) 874-1276

DASA Coordinators
Keith Fasciana (631) 874-1280
Jeanne Stern (631) 874-1762
Valerie Ennis (631) 874-1286

Social Worker
Jeanne Stern (631) 874-1762

Psychologist
Lorie Zelin (631) 874-1255

School Counselor
Nicole Valente (631) 874-1787

WF Elementary News

photo of seniors at their former elementary school - Tangier Smith

On Thursday, June 23, approximately 200 members of the William Floyd High School Class of 2022 participated in a “Walk Down Memory Lane,” an opportunity for the seniors decked out in their caps and gowns, to go back to where it all began for them at William Floyd – their former elementary schools.

stethoscope, keyboard, mask, clipboard and sanitizer

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; the same figures are available at the NYS COVID Report Card link.

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The Summer Music Enrichment Program will allow students to continue their musical development beyond the school year. Students will learn and practice their skills in a small, relaxed setting. This is open to students who have completed grades 4-11 and participated in band, orchestra or chorus during the school year.