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Mary Ann Murphy
7-12 Principal

Paul Schiener
7-12 Assistant Principal



20 State Street, Tully NY, 13159



Check out our facebook page, Tully Central School District, to see video and pictures from the Class of 2020's graduation. 

Senior Celebration Video Featured on CW6. 

2020 Summer School Information
*Summer school students can pick up a
Chromebook from the JSHS the week of
June 29. 

COVID-19 Closure Resources for Staff and Students/Families   
Junior-Senior High School COVID-19 CLOSURE INFORMATION

Wellness Day 2020 Website

Working Papers:
General Information

7th Grade Supply List
8th Grade Supply List

*High school teachers may make specific supply requests on the first day of classes.

Bell Schedule

Junior / Senior Events

Award Ceremonies

Virtual Academic Awards
Academic Awards Program

Virtual NJHS Induction
Virtual NHS Induction - Part 1
Virtual NHS Induction - Part 2

Virtual FFA Banquet Part 1
Virtual FFA Banquet Part 2

Virtual Block T Awards
Block T Program

Virtual JSHS Music Awards
School News
Thank You, Tully Community! Thank You, Tully Community!: What an amazing community we live in! We are so proud here at Tully CSD to see such a gathering of support in which we live! The consensus all over the world was that students of all ages had a rough year and missed out on so many events including field trips, dances, and award ceremonies; but here in our community, the support that we saw built up our children and made them feel loved. From signs and banners to colored lights at night, the Tully community rallied together to make this year memorable ... more >>
2020 Graduation Different but a Great Success 2020 Graduation Different but a Great Success: What an amazing end to a difficult year! Graduation at Tully has always been a traditional event but with state guidelines being enforced due to the pandemic, things looked very different this year. Administration, however, was determined to make it as memorable as possible for our seniors that missed out on so many “lasts.” One major difference was that the ceremony was held outside in the parking lot, transitioning to the front of the building. Students and family members had specific ... more >>
Food Bank of CNY Giveaway at Tully JSHS Food Bank of CNY Giveaway at Tully JSHS: Food banks all across NY have been doing milk, produce, and meat giveaways to those in need. Recently, Tully JSHS was a site for one of these giveaways, seeing approximately 600 cars. Cars began lining up at 11:00 a.m. even though the event didn't start until 3:00 p.m. By 4:14 p.m., only milk was left. Each car was given two gallons of milk, a 22-lb box of produce that consisted of potatoes, onions, apples, oranges, carrots, brocolli, and salad, among other items, and a 10-lb box of meat, which ... more >>
Senior Trip Goes Virtual Senior Trip Goes Virtual: The annual senior trip has always been an anticipated one for those graduating. Students vote at the beginning of each year on where they want to go for the trip. Past trips have included Cedar Point, Boston, and the Poconos. This year, students voted to go to Boston with the New England Aquarium, Market Street, a Codzilla boat ride, a dinner/dance cruise, and Six Flags all on the agenda.  It was all set for June 14 and 15, but plans were diverted when Boston began to shut down and Mrs. Bishop ... more >>
Tully Transportation Delivers Tully Transportation Delivers: With the turn of events in the spring, Tully’s transportation department took the task of delivering needed supplies and food to our students. There were many factors when deciding how to deliver but the primary focus was how to do it safely and efficiently. Protocols were set in place for food delivery, school work delivery, and later on, school work pick up. All contract drivers pitched in to help in the effort, proud of the job they do for the district. Mr. Bailey, bus dispatcher, believes ... more >>

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