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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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Announcements

Weekly Bulletin: Jan. 17 - Jan. 22
Weekly Bulletin: Jan. 24 - Jan. 28

2022 Yearbook Sale

2021-22 JSHS Curriculum Night


Attendance Clerk: jshs.attendance@tullyschools.org


*NYSED has Cancelled January Regents Testing













 

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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
Art Achievements Gained Art Achievements Gained: The JSHS art students have been busy preparing different types of art in preparation for several competitions. Once again, the art students raked in the awards and achievements, showing Tully that we have quite the talented bunch. Bryce Keller (8) entered his drawing Imagination into the WonderWorks contest, which won a spot in the Wonderworks Gallery in Destiny Mall for the year. Check it out the next time you are there! Several students entered their work in the Scholastic Art contest with much ... more >>
A Good Time for Tully Seniors A Good Time for Tully Seniors: This year’s senior trip combined a community service and a quick day trip to Syracuse. A few weeks before the trip, seniors brought in items to donate to the local chapter of the SPCA in Syracuse. Blankets, food, and toys were all given to the shelter to help local animals in need. After dropping off the items themselves, the seniors headed to Flamingo Lanes to show off their bowling skills. Fittingly, seniors then enjoyed lunch together at Tully’s Good Times. A quick trip, but a fun ... more >>
7th Grade Tech Students Start Their Engines 7th Grade Tech Students Start Their Engines: Technology class is a favorite among many students, especially when Mr. Paccia has something innovative planned. This past semester, students enjoyed creating Co2 cars. Students designed wooden cars on Auto CAD, printed their blueprints, and went to work in the shop to bring their ideas to life. After the final products were revealed, the racing began! In the end, Caden Graves’s car was the fastest, giving him the title of Grand Champion. Nate Houghton was quick to follow and placed as Runner ... more >>
Holidays Around the World Holidays Around the World: Several teachers at the JSHS took advantage of the holiday season to have students learn about other cultural holidays and traditions. Mrs. Sterritt’s 7th grade English classes got to choose a country in which they wanted to learn more about and recreate a holiday recipe, make a craft representing a tradition, or sing a traditional song. In addition, they researched other aspects of the culture. Did you know that in the United Kingdom and Ireland they wish others a “Happy Christmas?” ... more >>
The Spirit of Giving The Spirit of Giving: Tully JSHS staff and faculty are always looking for ways to be present in the community and have students join in on community service. This not only helps students in their college and career endeavors, but it also helps with their social and emotional growth. Time and time again, students have shown that Tully has the best kind of students through their spirit of giving. Mrs. Davin, Mrs. Newton, and Mrs. Morasco set up a table during the lunch periods for students to make holiday cards for a local ... more >>


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