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Results of 2022 Capital Project Vote held on 10-28-19: Passed 113-55
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS

Capital Project Forum Letter 10-11-19

Capital Project Public Presentation Power Point

AIMSweb Data Breach Letter to Parents here

School Calendar for the 2019-20 School Year - District Calendar 2019-2020









 


 
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JH Shows Their Gratitude by Giving Back JH Shows Their Gratitude by Giving Back:

Each year, the Junior High hosts and participates in a can and nonperishable items drive for the Tully community. With the Positivity Project underway at the Junior-Senior High School, this is a great way for the students to show their gratitude (a character trait of P2) towards the wonderful community they live in. All items that were collected during the drive are donated to St. Leo's Food Pantry ...

Safety Patrol Names New Captain and Lieutenant Safety Patrol Names New Captain and Lieutenant:

The Tully Elementary Safety Patrol is working hard to make sure all students are safely entering and exiting their buses, even in the cold weather. Beginning December 2 nd , a new captain will take over and a lieutenant has been added. Congratulations to Molly Verbanic on her hard work patrolling; she has been named Captain, and congratulations to Brier Huggins for her outstanding performance while ...

Girls Cross Country Wins Sectionals; 3rd at State Girls Cross Country Wins Sectionals; 3rd at State:

Tully's cross country teams made the trip to VVS for sectionals and ran their best despite the biting cold. The boys scored 94 points, earning them third place among the D-Class teams. The girls' team scored 44 points, scooping up first place. After taking the sectional title by a fifteen point lead, the Tully girls' cross country team is headed to state this coming weekend in Plattsburgh. ...

JH Gets their Glow On! JH Gets their Glow On!:

Each year, the Junior High Student Council hosts a dance where they come up with a theme, plan, and prepare the dance. This year's theme was Glow! Students were encouraged to wear white or neon colors so black lights would make them glow brightly. With admission, they received "glow gear" (light up jewelry) and light up sunglasses. Students danced to the beats of DJ Bella J, played in ...

Tully FFA Heads to Indianapolis for 92nd Convention Tully FFA Heads to Indianapolis for 92nd Convention:

All Aboard!! Steamtown National Park in Pennsylvania was one of the many educational and fun stops that the Tully Senior High FFA made on their way to the 92nd annual FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana. There, they learned about the local history and took a scenic train ride. Their next stops included a tour at the New Holland Haytools manufacturing plant, a behind-the-scenes tour at the Lancaster ...
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Tully Central School District
Robert J. Hughes, Superintendent
20 State Street, Tully, NY 13159
315-696-6200
www.tullyschools.org


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