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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 80 elementary-aged students (kindergarten through fifth 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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Right to left: William Floyd Learning Center Principal Gary Bretton and Assistant Principal Lisa Tanturri.

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
Lisa Tanturri (631)-874-1391

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

Psychologist
Skandal Delince  (631) 874-1807
Dr. Richard Kimmerling (631) 874-1982

DASA Coordinators
Gary Bretton (631) 874-1607
Lisa Tanturri (631)-874-1391
Skandal Delince  (631) 874-1807


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WFLC News

2024 Fine Arts Wall of Distinction honorees and fine arts/music leaders

The William Floyd Fine Arts & Music Departments recently honored the third class of Fine Arts Wall of Distinction honorees – four individuals who have been recognized for their vast contributions to the fine arts at William Floyd and for leaving a lasting legacy for generations of students. The ceremony, held by the Fine Arts Wall of Distinction, located in the lobby outside the Nick Poulos Auditorium at William Floyd High School, included the honorees, district representatives, families, friends and student performers.

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The annual K-12 Districtwide Art Show is scheduled for Monday, March 4, from 6-8 pm at William Floyd High School! This art show consists of artwork from students across the district, which will be displayed in the south lobby. Community members are welcome to come in and view the stunning work by students across the district, enjoy refreshments served by the National Art Honor Society, participate in fun activities for the smaller children such as face painting and enjoy student music performances. It promises to be another great event!

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