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Congratulations to Coach Dando! Congratulations to Coach Dando! Congratulations to Tully Head Varsity Boys Basketball Coach, Ryan Dando, for winning his 200th career varsity basketball game Wednesday  night against Faith Heritage
High School Students Receive Scholastic Art Awards High School Students Receive Scholastic Art Awards High School Students Receive Scholastic Art Awards The following students in Mrs. Killmore’s clasess won scholastic art awards. Our best year ever 31 in total!! Liz Ferguson, Photography, Fireworks, Awarded Gold Key                         Canaan, Josh, Photography, Lone Flower, Awarded Gold Key                   Haley Fowler Conner, Photography, Spine, Awarded Gold Key                  Kim Welch, Art Portfolio, Kimberly Welch's Senior Portfolio], Awarded Honorable Mention       ...
8th Grade Students Make Cards for the Holidays 8th Grade Students Make Cards for the Holidays 8th Grade Flex students made holiday cards for various causes. Students first discussed how to properly write a greeting card. Then they learning about how to make a visually appealing card using various supplies. Students wrote cards for veterans, our local fire department, and children going through various struggles with health or family. Students came to realize how their writing and kind words can be a gift to others.
The Jr. High School Drama Club presented Annie Play Will Do The Jr. High School Drama Club presented Annie Play Will Do "The Jr. High School Drama Club presented  Annie Play Will Do  on November 20th and 21st.  The comedy explored what might happen if a drama club got its wires crossed and half prepared for  Annie  while the other half prepared for  Annie Get Your Gun .  With half of the cast dressed as orphans from 1930's New York and the other half dressed as cowboys from Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, there were plenty of laughs for the whole family."
Another Successful Year at the Tully Craft Show Another Successful Year at the Tully Craft Show We had another successful year at the Tully Craft Show this past Saturday! Various school-sponsored clubs had booths with items for sale, including International Club, FFA, Class of 2019, Art Club, and more! There were also many student volunteers who helped set up and clean up the event.  The show was sponsored by Junior High Student Council.
7th Grade Students Visit Loretto 7th Grade Students Visit Loretto On Tuesday, 11/23/2015, Tully's 7 th   grade students and teachers visited   Loretto   Health and Rehabilitation Center to make and bake apple pies with residents. This event has become an annual community service trip for Tully's 7th grade class. This is the 20th year students from Tully have visited   Loretto   to provide a much appreciated community service to residents.  
500TH Career Win for Coach Abbott 500TH Career Win for Coach Abbott Tully High School girls volleyball team head coach Denise Abbott got her 500th career victory on Thursday (11/19/2015) night when the team hosted Cincinnatus. Coach Abbott is in her 26th season as the Tully girls’ volleyball coach and has a record of 500-67. Congratulations Coach Abbott!
Students Inducted into the L. G. Green chapter of the National Honor Society Students Inducted into the L. G. Green chapter of the National Honor Society Fourteen current members of the L. G. Green chapter of the National Honor Society inducted nine new members on Tuesday, November 17th.  All of these students have been recognized by a faculty committee for having the necessary traits for induction:  scholarship, leadership, character and service.  Congratulations to all of our National Honor Society members on a job well done!
High School Students have Stories Published High School Students have Stories Published Ms. Derdzinski’s 9th Grade Accelerated students wrote mystery stories after reading various Sherlock Holmes short stories by Arthur Conan Doyle. Students had to determine the characteristics of mystery and use those in their own writing. Students submitted their work to a website called Teen Ink. They select stories to be published on their website and/or magazine. Many of our students' work was selected to be published on the website! Here is a list of students and the links to their stories!    Marcus L:  http://www.teenink.com/novels/thriller_mystery/book/158091/The-Brutal-Murders-of-the-Legendary-Five/ Sierra Y:  http://www.teenink.com/fiction/thriller_mystery/article/834293/The-Mystery-Of-The-Dead-Wedding-Band/ Wiley S:  http://www.teenink.com/fiction/thriller_mystery/article/834287/The-Muderhood/ ...
NYS Trooper Meets with Elementary Students to Talk Internet Safety NYS Trooper Meets with Elementary Students to Talk Internet Safety Trooper Brain DeRochie talked with our 5th and 6th grade middle school students and faculty about "Teens & Technology". A few topics included: social media, cyber bullying and geotagging.  He talked about the impact of technology use on the students' lives and also shared ideas for ways to keep students safe while using the internet. 
Author/Musician Visits Tully Elementary Author/Musician Visits Tully Elementary At 6pm on 10/20 Eric Litwin, author/musician entertained Tully Elementary School to a crowd of over 300 children and adults. He sang songs, read two books about Pete the Cat and The Acorn Family with lots of audience participation. Both children and adults joined him on stage throughout the presentation to sing and dance along with him. It was a night to remember for all!
Second Grade Students Write Their Own Ending Second Grade Students Write Their Own Ending Nine second grade students in Mrs. Scully-Smith's class wrote their own ending to Bruce Coville's short story "MISSING- ONE BRAIN!"  Their writing was inspired by the author's annual Halloween Story Contest that is published in the Syracuse paper The Post-Standard.
The Mighty Molar Visits Tully Elementary The Mighty Molar Visits Tully Elementary The second graders were treated to a special presentation on tooth decay prevention. Mighty Molar, his friend Murray the tooth brush, and Miss Sally taught the children how to care for their teeth.
State Senator Valesky Visits the Junior-Senior High School State Senator Valesky Visits the Junior-Senior High School State Senator Dave Valesky observes Mr. Zupan’s 8th grade Social Studies class in the library with Mr. Nabinger.  The students had just completed a lesson on economics as a cause for the Civil War.  As a follow-up, they came to the library to work in teams to identify regional economics in modern day America.  Students used a state-supported NOVEL database to gather their information.  
Tully FFA Students Take Home Awards at the NYS Fair Tully FFA Students Take Home Awards at the NYS Fair Tully Junior/Senior High students took home multiple team and individual awards at this year’s FFA Career Development Event at the NYS Fair. A complete list of award is listed below. We commend these students along with Mr. Hill for all their hard work and preparation throughout the year in order to get ready for this completion. Congratulations Tully FFA!!! Welding CDE Results: Individual: Landon Drumm 1 st (He received a $1,000 scholarship to SUNY Morrisville), Spencer George 5 th , James Davenport 7 th and Garrett Pierpoint 10 th . Team Results: Tully Team B (Landon Drum and Spencer George) 1 st Place overall and Tully Team A (James Davenport and Garrett Pierpoint) 3 rd Place overall. Poultry Judging CDE: Individuals: Maggie Kosalek 1 st , Mike Sawmiller 2 nd ...
Check Out the New Look of the District Website Check Out the New Look of the District Website     The Tully Central School District is pleased to announce the launch of its redesigned website:  www.tullyschools.org . Designed and developed in collaboration with the  Central New York Regional Information Center  (CNYRIC),  tullyschools.org  aims to provide its school community with up-to-date information, as well as showcase the district’s vibrant students, academics, and athletic programs. Thanks to the nearly 100 parents, teachers, students, and community members who participated in the district’s online survey during the fall of 2014, Tully CSD was able to design the website around the unique needs of its community.   “We listened to the feedback that we received ...
Meet Our 2015 Valedictorian and Salutorian Meet Our 2015 Valedictorian and Salutorian It is with great pleasure we recognize Tully Junior-Senior High School’s Class of 2015 Valedictorian, S. Douglas Wehbe . Academically, Douglas does outstanding. Throughout his high school career, Douglas has always challenged himself. He dedicates 110% to his academics and strives to achieve favorable results. He is taking a full load this senior year, AP Calculus, AP Biology as well as OCC French and OCC Lit/Comp. His hard work has not gone unnoticed. He has won numerous academic awards at our annual achievement night and is always on the high honor roll. Douglas is also a member of the National Honor Society. His hard work has paid off as he is a member of National, Music, and French Honor Societies. He is also a recipient of the Rensselaer Medal Award. Outside of the classroom, ...
Submit Your Alumni News Submit Your Alumni News The Knight Insight wishes to highlight news of recent graduates. If you have information relating to academic or the career path of recent graduates, please email to: mfisher@tullyschools.org If you prefer, mail your article to Mary Fisher, Tully Central School District, 20 State St, Tully, NY 13159. If you have any questions, call the district office at 315-696-6204
Tully Students Attend Legislative Breakfast Tully Students Attend Legislative Breakfast On December 1st, four Tully students participated in the Central New York Library Resource Council's legislative breakfast.  The breakfast is an annual event designed to bring library stakeholders in contact with their state legislators so that they can advocate for library needs.  The students were able to meet and speak with Senator Dave Valesky, Assemblyman Al Stirpe, and representatives of Senator John DeFrancisco and Assemblypersons Will Barclay, Bill Magnarelli, and Pamela Hunter. Our students talked about how important libraries had been for them as centers of literature, technology, exploration, making, and simply as safe places to go.  Tully was one of only two school districts in the area to bring students, and they really stood out among a large group of ...



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Tully Central School District
Robert J. Hughes, Superintendent
20 State Street, Tully, NY 13159
315-696-6200
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