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Mike O'Brien
7-12 Principal

Paul Schiener
7-12 Assistant Principal

Phone
315-696-6200

Fax
315-696-6237

Address
20 State Street, Tully NY, 13159

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Welcome! New JSHS Principal: Michael O'Brien

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To submit attendance notes for your student, email jshs.attendance@k12.tullyschools.org or you can call the attendance clerk at 315-696-6245.

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School News
Graduation 2021 Graduation 2021: Another graduation is in the books, making 125 commencement ceremonies for Tully CSD. While not the usual scene, and somewhat different from last year’s event, graduation was a joyous and memorable occasion this year. Not only was the Class of 2021 moving onto bigger things, Mrs. Murphy gave graduation remarks for the last time as she retired a few days later. Tiernan Tobin sang the National Anthem boldly and proudly, and heartfelt speeches were given by Elisabeth Moss (Student Vice President), ... more >>
Senior Fun Senior Fun: While seniors couldn’t plan a major trip to postmark their final days together as a class, they did manage to have a little fun before graduation, thanks to some very hard-working staff and parents. Seniors enjoyed a day at Fillmore Glen State Park playing games and basking in the sun. They were treated to a food truck for lunch and had treats along the way. On their very last day on campus, they took a walking field trip to Samantha’s here in town to enjoy ice cream. When they returned ... more >>
Yearbook Dedication: Jim Bob Waugh Yearbook Dedication: Jim Bob Waugh: The seniors were abuzz with a secret that they had been keeping for months when Mr. Jim Bob Waugh entered the auditorium on Yearbook Dedication day. Jim Bob, otherwise known as JB, has worked for the Tully district for six years in the maintenance department. His relationship with staff and students is a positive one as he is always smiling and quick to offer a helping hand. He was greeted by members of the senior class, staff, and his parents, who were invited to the dedication. Nate Cole, Yearbook ... more >>
A Starry Night for Prom A Starry Night for Prom: Prom has always been a time to cherish for those attending, but this year, it truly was. The seniors did not get to enjoy a prom their junior year, so having this event was considered a special occasion for many. Beforehand, all Tully prom attendees sat in on an assembly that the Teen Institute helped to provide. Local guest speaker, Marianne Angelillo, spoke on the importance of not drinking and driving, sharing her story, Sharing My Stones . Students then signed pledges to stay sober that night. ... more >>
Ryan Rauber Named Athlete of the Week Ryan Rauber Named Athlete of the Week: Ryan Rauber is hitting the ground running, making a name for himself as a track star here at Tully. As an 8th grader, Rauber joined the Varsity Track team to compete against high school athletes this year. After a great season, he won the 200 and the 400, and came in as a close second in the 100, at sectionals. With Rauber only being in 8th grade, many agree that he will have a prosperous high school career as a track runner. He has not only gotten the attention of his fellow track members, but ... more >>


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