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NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF MANAGEMENT LETTER

Notice is hereby given that the fiscal affairs of the Fire Island Union Free School District for the period beginning on July 1, 2018 and ending on June 30, 2019, have been examined by an independent public accountant, and that the management letter prepared in conjunction with the external audit by the independent public accountant has been filed in the Clerk’s office where it is available as a public record for inspection by all interested persons. Pursuant to §2116-a(3)(c)(i) of the Education Law, the governing board of the Fire Island Union Free School District has prepared a written response to the management letter by the independent public accountant, and has filed such response in the Clerk’s office as a public record for inspection by all interested persons.

2018-2019 Financial Statements and Independent Auditor's Reports
2019 District Response to Management Letter

A Day in the Life

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Fire Island is not only a beautiful place to live but also to learn, and the Woodhull Elementary School fifth grade students took to their local shores to participate in an ecology project called a “Day in the Life of Fire Island” for the third consecutive year this September.

Joined again by Woodhull fifth grade teacher Gabrielle Donovan, Ranger Kelsey Sucena of the National Parks Service and Adelphi University Visiting Assistant Professor Ruth Coffey, the students spent the September morning taking samples of bay water, sediment and aquatic life and analyzing their results. Meanwhile, students from Bay Shore High School and Longwood Junior High School were in other areas of Fire Island performing similar work.

The “Day in the Life” events, which are organized by several government agencies at federal, state and county levels, take place in various locations on Long Island throughout the year to check the health of its aquatic ecosystems and promote policy changes to maintain them accordingly.

Taking Time to Reflect

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Woodhull Elementary School students gathered together to pay their respects and honor the anniversary of 9/11 during a school ceremony on Patriot Day. 

After observing a moment of silence, Superintendent of Schools Loretta Ferraro shared a book about the heroes from 9/11 and showcased uplifting artwork that children made for first responders in the aftermath. As a concluding activity, the students decorated seashells with positive words to place at the Ocean Beach Firehouse’s 9/11 memorial.


Welcome Back!

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Woodhull Elementary School students and staff returned to class this September under sunny skies and officially began the 2019-2020 school year.

NOTICE TO BIDDERS - 16 Children/8 Adult Passenger Single Rear Wheel School Bus

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