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William Floyd Students, Staff Participate in Red Nose Day to Fight Childhood Hunger

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Through their efforts, students raised more than $600 to help children suffering in poverty.

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Students at William Floyd Elementary School.

Photo by: William Floyd School District

Shirley, NY - May 25, 2018 - Hundreds of William Floyd students participated in “Red Nose Day,” a nationwide fundraising campaign to support non-profit organizations that help lift children and young people of out poverty. At Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School, students and staff donned their red noses and headed out to the field for a school photo. 
 

Students at Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School. Photo Credit: William Floyd School District
 
Through their efforts, Nathaniel Woodhull raised more than $400 to help children suffering in poverty. At William Floyd Elementary School, students and staff also took part in this charitable endeavor, raising $238 for the cause. The William Floyd Learning Center also wore red noses to show their support of the fight against childhood hunger.