Please review this important information from Superintendent of Schools Kevin M. Coster along with a list of questions and answers pertaining to COVID-19 testing requirements to remain open for in-person learning should the district or any of its schools enter into one of the New York State microcluster zones. There is also a consent/refusal form for your child(ren) to be tested.
This page will be updated whenever there is COVID-19 related information to share.
The 2020-21 school district calendar is available on the website! Families should have received a printed version in their mailboxes over the summer. Please be sure to bookmark this link for digital access, as well!
Bắn cá mậpOn Monday, November 30, the Colonial Chapter of the National Honor Society welcomed 28 new members into its organization. The National Honor Society is a nationwide high school organization whose members exemplify scholarship, leadership, service and character. Congratulations and welcome to these outstanding student scholars!
Moriches Elementary School physical education teacher Ed Noll has been named the Suffolk Zone Elementary "Physical Education Teacher of the Year" by the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (NYS AHPERD), an honor reserved for those who demonstrate excellence in teaching and overall performance in the discipline of physical education.
As you may have heard, New York City schools announced today (November 18) that they will transition to remote learning. Many may begin to wonder what this news will mean for William Floyd and other Long Island districts. Our district does not fall under the jurisdiction of New York City schools, so Long Island schools operate under different guidelines. Click below to read more about the district's plans moving forward.
Welcome to the website of the award-winning William Floyd School District located on the south shore of Long Island, approximately 60 miles east of New York City, with an enrollment of approximately 8,700 students attending ten schools K-12. The district provides tremendous opportunities for students ranging from science, technology, engineering and mathematics, Career and Technical Education, music, the arts, athletics, extracurricular activities and much more.