William Floyd Board of Education meeting 12-13-16

The December 13, 2016, William Floyd Board of Education meeting kicked off with a fantastic flute solo by Tangier Smith Elementary School fifth grader and level 5 performer, Kassidy Chamberlain! Kassidy's teacher is Sharon Kitzis. She performed a Mozart/Christmas medley. Please enjoy snippets of her performance below.

The William Paca Middle School cast of the OCEAN Arts production of "Elf The Musical Jr." also was on hand to perform three songs. Special thanks to Cathy Meinhold and April Franzino of OCEAN Arts, director Kyle Imperatore (WF Class of 2011), the William Floyd Community Summit and the Community Library Friends of the Arts! Please enjoy the three videos below!

After the musical performances concluded, the Board recognized some of William Floyd's student athletes for their wonderful accomplishments this past fall sports season. They began with Amber Birchwell, the most highly decorated girls varsity soccer player in William Floyd history, which saw her earn the following honors: All-County, All-Long Island First Team, All-NYS First Team, All-East Region Team (National Soccer Coaches Association of America), Suffolk County Large School Player of the Year. She was introduced by her coach, Matthew Sanders, and later recognized by Suffolk County Legislator Kate M. Browning's office.

Clockwise from top: William Floyd Board of Education Vice President Jeananne Dawson congratulates Amber Birchwell on a wonderful high school athletic career. She is pictured with Coach Matthew Sanders. (Next photo) Amber Birchwell was recognized by Suffolk County Legislator Kate M. Browning's office with a proclamation for her accomplishments. Amber is pictured with (left to right) William Floyd athletic director Mark Mensch; Joshua Slaughter, Chief of Staff to Legislator Browning; and girls varsity soccer coach Matthew Sanders. (Last photo) Matthew Sanders speaks about Amber's accomplishments as a student-athlete.
(Above) William Floyd varsity football coach Paul Longo addresses the William Floyd Board of Education along with members of the 2016 Suffolk County Division I Championship team who were honored for their 10th Suffolk County Championship title. (Below) Joshua Slaughter, Chief of Staff, Legislator Kate M. Browning, also congratulated the team on behalf of Legislator Browning and Suffolk County government.

The next Board of Education meeting is Tuesday, January 10, 2017, at 8 pm in the William Floyd High School library. Best wishes for a wonderful holiday and a happy new year!

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