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Tully Students Attend Legislative Breakfast On December 1st, four Tully students participated in the Central New York Library Resource Council's legislative breakfast.  The breakfast is an annual event designed to bring library stakeholders in contact with their state legislators so that they can advocate for library needs.  The students were able to meet and speak with Senator Dave Valesky, Assemblyman Al Stirpe, and representatives of Senator John DeFrancisco and Assemblypersons Will Barclay, Bill Magnarelli, and Pamela Hunter. Our students talked about how important libraries had been for them as centers of literature, technology, exploration, making, and simply as safe places to go.  Tully was one of only two school districts in the area to bring students, and they really stood out among a large group of ... more >>
Tully Junior Senior High School Ranked One of The Best 25 High Schools in New York State for Athletics Tully Junior Senior High School Ranked One of The Best 25 High Schools in New York State for Athletics Read more more >>
JRSH Inducts New National Junior Honor Society Members New National Junior Honor Society members were inducted at an evening ceremony on Thursday March 30th. Parents and administrators welcomed the group of 23 eighth graders. Tully Central School District congratulates the following students for their outstanding accomplishments. Bailey Albro Carly Bastedo Emma Bielecki Elizabeth Caron Stephen Coffin Annaleia Coppola Julia Dietz Nicole Edinger Madeleine Erno Lilly Fowler-Conner Katherine Haier William Hardy Brendyn Huggins Moira McAninch Elisabeth Moss Tessa Mucha Joseph Murray Brooke Rauber Addison Shaw Jaden Teeter Tiernan Tobin Lauren Yonko Clara Zook   more >>
Therapy Dog Visits High School Health Class Ms. Mirabito’s 1st period health class had a therapy dog in training named Bella visit the class. Dr. Hecht (Marcus Lombardo's mom) is in training with her. The students are presenting alternative or complementary ways to treat stress and other ailments instead of taking medication. There was also a great presentation on cooking and how that can provide health enhancing benefits as well. They had students create ants on a log as a demonstration. more >>
Junior High School High Honor, Honor and Merit Rolls Junior High School High Honor, Honor and Merit Rolls  Second Marking Period – 2017 The following junior high (7-8) and senior high (9-12) students at Tully Junior-Senior High School qualified for the High Honor, Honor, or Merit Roll for the second marking period.  Students attaining an overall average of 94.5 and above qualified for the High Honor Roll.  Students who attained an overall average of 89.5 and above qualified for the Honor Roll and those with 84.5 qualified for the Merit Roll.  There must be no incompletes.   Berry, Thomas H 7 High Honor Byrne, Emma K 7 High Honor Downes, Morgan O 7 High Honor Drzewicki, Robyn A 7 High ... more >>
Tully Boys Win the Sectional Class CD Championship Tully boys won the Sectional Class CD Championship last Friday with 139 points, 2nd place was Dolgeville with 77 points Mike Sawmiller and Joe Baker both cleared 11' in the pole vault and qualified for State quals. Jackson deal won the 1000 and Ryan Hanson, Daniel Bort and Bryce Florian placed 2 nd , 3 rd & 4 th after Ryan , Daniel and Troy Phillips captured 3 of the top four places in the 2 mile. John Salisbury was 2nd in the 55 hurdles and the 4x400 & 4x800 teams placed 1st The girls finished 3rd  against some tough teams Best finish ever for the Tully girls Mackenzie Delles won the pole vault with a new school record jump of 10'-3" which makes the State Qualifying standard and she can now be 3rd at state quals and she goes to the states Emme Perkins ... more >>
Boys and Girls Indoor Track Makes History !! History was made last night when both the boys and girls indoor track teams won the OHSL League championship meet. The boys scored 173 points and the girls scored 162 points. Both teams doubled the 2 nd place team’s score.  A couple of highlights were Danny Gambell winning the long jump with a huge PR of 19’ 8-1/2”. Emme Perkins 1 st in the 1000 after running a 65 in the opening leg of the winning  4x400  and coming back for a 2 nd in the 1500 . Ryan Hanson won the 1000, the 1600 and opened the winning 4 x 800 with a 2:08 and Emma Gero won the Shot Put and the Weight throw    Congratulations Indoor Track!!!!   more >>
Coach Jeff Russell Wins his 200th Career Game! On Thursday night, 1/26/2017 our Varsity Girls Basketball coach Jeff Russell won his 200th career game as his Lady Knights beat Lafayette! Huge milestone for Coach Russell. Congratulations!!!   more >>
Junior High Students Attend All-County Junior High vocal students from Tully who attended the JH All County In January 2017. Lilly Fowler-Conner Lizzy Caron Clara Zook Ellie Moss Marissa Scalza Ellie Ives more >>
L.G. Green Chapter of the National Honor Society Inducted Seven New Members Last week, the L.G. Green Chapter of the National Honor Society inducted seven new members.  The current members spoke to their accomplishments both in and out of the classroom.  In order to be inducted into the National Honor Society, students must reflect high commitment to scholarship, service, leadership, and character.  The current and new inductees have worked hard throughout their high school careers to be recognized as National Honor Society members.  The members for the 2016-2017 National Honor Society L.G. Green Chapter are as follows: Amanda Bielecki, Mackenzie Bolt, Kara Clark, Emily Fournier, Daniel Gambell, Rachel Gould, Taylor Grosso, Jade Hendricks, Benjamin Jones, Magdalyn Kosalek, Brendan Lyon, Griffen Magnan, Jakob Moss, Maureen Murphy, Emmeline Perkins, ... more >>
8th Graders Share Family Recipes in FLEX Classes After reading and discussing multiple excerpts from the the book  The Omnivore’s Dilemma  by Michael Pollan, students were asked to bring in family recipes to share with the class. During this unit on food, facts about the food industry were revealed to and questioned by our students. Their eyes were opened up to the truth behind fast food industries, organic food industries, and more. They became excited and interested to learn about the farms and factories where food is handled. Students discussed various sources of food that are right here in Tully. They came to the conclusion that local farms and community gardens are excellent resources for our community’s food needs. Therefore, healthy, fresh, local foods provide more nutrition than processed foods that are found ... more >>
Guest Speaker Visits 8th Grade Classes On November 16 a guest author, Chris DelGuercio, visited the English 8 classes throughout the day. The students have been reading various short stories and studying the craft of short story writing; now they are working on their own stories. Mr. DelGuercio specializes in this type of writing. He shared his own personal tips for writing and explained that he first starts in the "creation phase" and then moves into the "editing phase." He inspired students to be fearless in their writing and to let their emotions pour out onto the page. more >>
7th Grade Students Qualify for NASA Essay Contest Congratulations to six of our 7 th graders whose essays for NASA’s Cassini Scientist for a Day competition qualified them as semi-finalists.  The contest had 1,150 entrants from 164 classrooms in 31 states.  This is a huge accomplishment for our students as Tully represented 25% of all semi-finalists.  The semi-finalists need to come to the main office at this time.  They are:  Annie Coppola, Lizzie Caron, Moira McAninch, Natalie Slazik, Gillian Wintermute, and Lauren Yonko. more >>
Matthew Currie Elected as Next NYS FFA Line Officer Please join us in congratulating Matt Currie on being elected as the next NYS FFA line officer as Sentinel. Matt has been preparing for a spot as a line officer for the better part of this school year. Pictured with Matt are his parents, Nathan Currie and Linette Mowers.  Congratulations Matt!! more >>
Middle School Students of the Month for Kindness Middle school students of the month for kindness 6th grade - Thomas Cross & Emma Weisbrodt 5th grade - Shelby Fire-Hoke And Matthew Duvall more >>
Tully Elementary Students are Responsible! Congratulations to each and every student who goes to school at Tully Elementary School. They demonstrated many ways to show that they are responsible. The students knew that they would earn a mystery prize of an activity to do in Syracuse. Thanks to the generous donation of Sky Zone, all students were given a one day free jump coupon that can be used between now and June 30, 2016! The ROAR in the auditorium during our school-wide meeting will not be forgotten for a long time! more >>
Indoor Track OHSL League Champions On Wednesday, 1/27/2016, the Indoor Track teams competed at the OHSL League meet.  The girls finished 3rd (the best they have ever finished).  LOTS of personal records.  Mackenzie Delles (9th grade) won the triple jump with her best jump yet!  Gabby Moncada (10th grade) raced all the way through the line out-kicking three girls in her race. The boys finished 1st after battling Hannibal all night.  The boys never gave up and were actually watching each event, calculating the scores so they knew exactly what they needed to accomplish in their individual events.  Kyle Berardi won all of his events.  Many of the boys had personal bests and they truly bonded as a team.  We are so proud, but perhaps the thing we are most proud of is the quality of kids ... more >>
Congratulations to Coach Dando! Congratulations to Tully Head Varsity Boys Basketball Coach, Ryan Dando, for winning his 200th career varsity basketball game Wednesday  night against Faith Heritage more >>
High School Students Receive Scholastic Art Awards High School Students Receive Scholastic Art Awards The following students in Mrs. Killmore’s clasess won scholastic art awards. Our best year ever 31 in total!! Liz Ferguson, Photography, Fireworks, Awarded Gold Key                         Canaan, Josh, Photography, Lone Flower, Awarded Gold Key                   Haley Fowler Conner, Photography, Spine, Awarded Gold Key                  Kim Welch, Art Portfolio, Kimberly Welch's Senior Portfolio], Awarded Honorable Mention       ... more >>
8th Grade Students Make Cards for the Holidays 8th Grade Flex students made holiday cards for various causes. Students first discussed how to properly write a greeting card. Then they learning about how to make a visually appealing card using various supplies. Students wrote cards for veterans, our local fire department, and children going through various struggles with health or family. Students came to realize how their writing and kind words can be a gift to others. more >>

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Tully Central School District
Robert J. Hughes, Superintendent
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