A photo showing William Floyd High School

Extra Help will begin in the high school on Monday, September 11, 2023. Extra Help will take place every day except Fridays. There will be no Extra Help or clubs on Fridays. Therefore, there will not be any 2:15 or 3:15 buses on Fridays. Students will not be allowed back into the building once they leave. Student-athletes know to follow coaches’ directions as to where and when to meet.

In an effort to ensure continued building safety and security after school hours, no student will be allowed to re-enter the high school building after 1:34 pm dismissal. Athletes and members of clubs should attend extra help and then report to the team or club location. Any student who does not attend extra help, should report directly to a location assigned by the coach or club advisor. Any student who leaves the building, will not be allowed back in for any reason. These students will be turned away. This applies for all sports practices or meetings until 3:15 pm after buses leave. Please note that students reporting for practices scheduled for later than 3:15 pm may leave and return.

Welcome to the William Floyd High School

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The William Floyd High School in active partnership with students, parents, educators and the community is committed to creating a challenging and rigorous academic environment where all students have the opportunity to apply their knowledge and skills to become responsible members of the community.

Through this process, the mission of the William Floyd High School is to foster the development of life-long learners that will become productive contributors of our highly technical and diverse society. 

We constantly strive to provide the most positive educational experience possible for the children in our district. With dedicated faculty, staff, administrators, concerned parents and the greatest kids on Long Island, the best is yet to come.

Attention All Students
  • After 7:30 am, all students will enter in the North Lobby through the Attendance Area door.
  • You must present your school ID to the receptionist.
  • You will then be directed into the Attendance Office.
  • The reason for your lateness will be documented and you will be provided with a pass to go to class.
  • Students, drivers only, are allowed to park in the South Lobby and Enter in the South Lobby. 

  • All other students must be dropped off and enter through the North Lobby. 

  • Seniors with Late Arrival must enter through the North Lobby except students with parking privileges.   

photo of high school administration

Pictured above (l-r): Assistant principals Brian Kennedy; Robert Felicetta; Lisa Paschitti; Lisa Pisano; Principal Philip Scotto; assistant principals Kerri Coudrey; Suzanne Branchinelli; Chesika McNeil; and David Quartarone.


William Floyd High School
240 Mastic Beach Road
Mastic Beach, NY 11951
Grades 9 - 12 (7:10 am - 1:34 pm)

High School Principal 
Philip Scotto (631) 874-1120

High School Assistant Principals 
Suzanne Branchinelli (631) 874-1789
Kerri Coudrey                (631) 874-1741
Robert Felicetta            (631) 874-1767
Lisa Pisano                     (631) 874-1769
Brian Kennedy              (631) 874-1226
Chesika McNeil             (631) 874-1791
Lisa Paschitti                  (631) 874-1869
David Quartarone        (631) 874-1148

High School Office Numbers
Main Office             (631) 874-1120
Counseling             (631) 874-1130
Attendance             (631) 874-1118
Psychologist           (631) 874-1142
Nurse East               (631) 874-1139
Nurse West              (631) 874-1115

Social Workers
Emilie Larson (Transitional Housing)             874-1889
Kathleen Galfano (Grade 9) A-LEW                  874-1711 
Michelle Kmiotek (Grade 9) LEX-Z                    874-1709 
Tasharni Harris-Palache (Gr. 10-12) A-DIF    874-1688 
Jackie Searing (Gr. 10-12) DIG-LEO                 874-1952 
Rebecca Kristiansen (10-12) LEP-RAP            874-1218 
Darlene DeFeo (Gr. 10-12) RAQ-Z                     874-1640 

Dr. Melania Voutsinas   A - F                     (631) 874-1506
Jeanette De Rosa   G – M                           (631) 874-1977
Michael Hogan   N – Z                                 (631) 874-1244
Victoria De Rosa (Grade 9)  A-LES          (631) 874-1220
Robert MacDonald (Grade 9) LET-Z      (631) 874-1662

DASA Coordinators
Kerri Coudrey                                                 (631) 874-1741
Lisa Pisano                                                      (631) 874-1769
Tasharni Harris                                              (631) 874-1688
Rebecca Kristianson                                   (631) 874-1218
Darlene DeFeo                                               (631) 874-1640

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High School News

the WF varsity tennis team and Coach Dave Pia

The William Floyd High School girls’ varsity tennis team, under the leadership of two-time USTA Coach of the Year Dave Pia, are having themselves another great season! On Sunday, the Colonials recorded their 10th victory of the season! This big win came against previously unbeaten Westhampton, who were ranked as the top team in Suffolk County. The girls battled their way to a 4-3 victory, led by strong doubles play.

PSEG contest winners standing next to their teacher Mrs. Huff

Four William Floyd High School students in Amanda Huff’s environmental science class were recently named first-place winners in PSEG Long Island’s “I Am Em-Powered” PSA (public service announcement) video contest designed to promote environmental awareness.

collage of the top fall athletes selected by Newsday

Newsday has released their “Top Player” lists in the various varsity fall sports and William Floyd is well-represented with six featured student-athletes. The Colonials have three student-athletes representing football, one representing girls’ soccer, one representing girls’ tennis and one representing girls’ cross country.

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