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Mary Ann Murphy
7-12 Principal

Paul Schiener
7-12 Assistant Principal



20 State Street, Tully NY, 13159

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Choice of 4-Day In Person/Remote for 7th and 12th Grade 2-10-21

Weekly Bulletin Feb. 22, 2021
Weekly Bulletin March 1, 2021

March A/B Day & Cohort Schedule

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

Instructions on how to view your JSHS student's attendance in SchoolTool.

To order your yearbook, use code 5094: Yearbook Orders


Junior / Senior Events

School News
Speaking of... Speaking of...: 11th grade English classes have been working through a rhetoric unit where they've studied different speakers and well-written speeches. They looked at different ways to affect their audience in terms of using ethos, pathos, and logos (and other rhetorical devices). They then chose subtopics that they are passionate about relating to larger umbrella topics of business, education, athletics, technology, and the environment. After researching and creating a speech to captivate ... more >>
Mardi Gras Madness Mardi Gras Madness: The Spanish and French National Honor Society and LOTE classes kicked off the traditional celebration of Mardi Gras this week with beads, a fun Mardi Gras themed selfie wall, and some New Orleans favorites in the cafeteria – jambalaya and king cake (thanks to the cafeteria personnel)! In their free time, students and teachers alike headed down to the science and language wing to use themed props to take pictures in style. The traditional colors of Mardi Gras, yellow, purple, and green, were ... more >>
Tully Technology: Virtual Shark Tank Tully Technology: Virtual Shark Tank: Mr. Paccia has been conducting his very own Tully Technology Shark Tank for several years and this year was no exception. The 7 th grade inventors pitched their ideas virtually to the sharks, hoping to get them to invest in their product. Students not only created a product; they had to do research, development, and marketing as part of the project. Once in the Virtual Shark Tank, students presented their product with a Power Point presentation and a prototype. The sharks were a tough sell, holding ... more >>
To Be or Not to Be: McAninch Takes First Again To Be or Not to Be: McAninch Takes First Again: The Shakespeare Recitation competition was a good one this year with eight worthy competitors across the span of three grade levels. Four of the competitors were freshmen competing for the first time, and they did a great job! The top three students who placed were all seniors that had competed before, showing the judges and their advisors that experience in this competition can be paramount for success. Moira McAninch took first place for the second year in a row, reciting Iago from Othello . ... more >>
Art and Photography Students Win Honors Art and Photography Students Win Honors: Some of Tully’s JSHS Art students have had much success recently with their creative works, earning them honors among many others. The annual Scholastic Arts competition was held virtually this year on January 13 th . Among twelve other counties, thirteen Tully students entered their artwork with three walking away with awards. Of the work submitted, only 10-15% are chosen for Honorable Mentions, 7-10% are awarded Silver Keys, and only 5-7% are awarded Gold Keys. Tiernan Tobin (12) took away ... more >>

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