William Floyd Elementary School students in Shirley hold own Sochi Olympics opening ceremony

Students at William Floyd Elementary School in Shirley held their own opening ceremony to mark the start of the Sochi Olympics.

Children sported flags and colorful hats representing countries from around the world.

Children sported flags and colorful hats representing countries from around the world. (2/7/14)

SHIRLEY - Students at William Floyd Elementary School in Shirley held their own opening ceremony to mark the start of the Sochi Olympics.

Children sported flags and colorful hats representing countries from around the world.

Fifth-grader Nicolai Palma read the Olympic Creed.

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