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Mike O'Brien
7-12 Principal

Paul Schiener
Director of Instructional Support Services

Phone
315-696-6200

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315-696-6237

Address
20 State Street, Tully NY, 13159

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Aug. 30 - 6:00 p.m. @ JSHS


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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
Mock DWI Good Reminder to Stay Safe Mock DWI Good Reminder to Stay Safe: Teen Institute helps conduct a mock DWI wreck and assembly on school grounds every other year to remind our students to be safe while behind the wheel before prom and graduation, and of course, every other day of the year. With recent past events, TI was just now able to bring this back after a three year hiatus. Community members such as local law enforcement, fire and rescue, Judge Malone, and Hartwell Funeral Home helped in this endeavor. Students from TI played the roles of the impaired driver ... more >>
Making Herstory Making Herstory: Women in History is a half-year elective that focuses on many of the women who helped shape American history. Students move from Colonial times to the Women’s Rights movement and beyond, taking note of Abigail Adams, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Clara Barton, Annie Oakley, and Queen Liliuokalani, just to name a few. This year’s class visited the Women's Rights National Historical Park, the Wesleyan Chapel (site of the first Woman's Rights Convention), and ... more >>
Two Earn NYS Seal of Biliteracy Two Earn NYS Seal of Biliteracy: Becoming proficient in your native language is to be expected but to become proficient in a second language by the time you finish high school is an amazing accomplishment that not everyone can claim. In fact, less than 5% of graduating seniors earn this honor. This year, Kellen McCasland and Jason Weng took their World Language presentations to BOCES in late April; Kellen in Spanish and Jason in Mandarin. Both students were then notified that they had been successful and would be awarded the NYS ... more >>
National Decision Day 2022 National Decision Day 2022: On Monday, May 2nd, Tully Junior-Senior High School celebrated the Class of 2022’s future plans during lunch periods. Seniors were encouraged to wear their college, employment, or military gear. Some brought in their acceptance letters. Treats were provided and pictures were taken. It was exciting to see the Class of 2022 showcase their post-graduation plans. We are so proud of you, Class of 2022! Special thanks to Mrs. Davin for all of her hard work in helping each ... more >>
Loving the Earth in Tully Loving the Earth in Tully: Members of Tully’s community are always helping do their part to make our town look and feel great, and students could be seen getting in on the action, especially on Earth Day. Fourteen members of the National Honor Society and Environmental Club met on Saturday, April 23rd to clean up litter along Route 80 in the area of NBT Bank and the Best Western Hotel. It didn't take long to fill up the back end of a pickup truck with over a dozen trash bags full of every type of litter you ... more >>


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