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William Floyd Learning Center

Launched in 2017, the William Floyd Learning Center is an alternative elementary school program that serves approximately 54 elementary-aged students (kindergarten through sixth grade) in need of a more intensive building-wide management system and a smaller student-to-teacher ratio. The William Floyd Learning Center is committed to developing young scholars with active and creative minds to become compassionate and caring life-long learners. Through positive behavioral supports and rigorous classroom instruction we will stress the total development of each scholar: socially, emotionally and academically.

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William Floyd Learning Center
111 Lexington Road, Suite 2
Shirley NY, 11967
Grades K-5 (9:15am - 3:33pm)

WF Learning Center Principal 
Gary Bretton (631) 874-1607

Assistant Principal
Camelle Person (631)-874-1391

WF Learning Center Numbers
Main Office – (631) 874-1718
Fax – (631) 874-1835
Nurse – (631) 874-1914

Psychologist
Rosemary Devine (631) 874-1807

DASA Coordinators
Rosemary Devine
Camelle Person

William Floyd Learning Center Resources
DASA Form
WFLC Title I Compact
WFLC Title I Policy
WFLC Virtual Backpack
 

WFLC News

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During challenging times, the William Floyd school community always comes together and we will get through this together! Stay strong, stay safe, stay home as much as you can, and practice social distancing. We will see you soon!

Coronavirus Informational Updates

Please bookmark this page and visit it often to see regular updates regarding the public health crisis pertaining to the coronavirus (COVID-19).

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During the time that schools are closed, students who typically receive mental health services in school may be limited in their access to the professionals who provide these services. Therefore, district mental health staff would like to make families aware of supports, programs and community-based mental health resources that are available for anyone interested.