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Frank LoCurto of Coram who works for J.P. Daly & Sons, looks over plans for the new classrooms at William Floyd High School, which is building its own career and technical education program this year, abandoning its BOCES program. (Aug. 13, 2012)(Credit: Steve Pfost)

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William Floyd High School's new career and technical education wing

The William Floyd school district is opening its own Career and Technical Education Program this year, finishing a new wing at the high school funded by a $35 million grant to accommodate cosmetology, carpentry and culinary classes, which will start in September. Automotive and nursing assistant courses will be added in 2013-14.

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