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College & Career Fair 2019 College & Career Fair 2019 The JSHS counselors, Mrs. Davin and Mrs. Newton, organized a college and career fair for our students that was held on Wednesday, March 27. There were 18 college and 23 career representatives here during the fair whom the students interacted with on a scavenger hunt. The 8th and 10th grade students attended the career fair while the 9th grade students learned about the college admissions process from a representative of Nazareth College. 10th grade students attended the college fair and 11th grade students attended both fairs. All student walked away with ideas and information for their futures.  9th graders listen to the college admissions process from a Nazareth College representative. Students mill around during the college fair. Teachers even got information ...
Harlem Wizards Wow Tully Harlem Wizards Wow Tully On March 20, the Harlem Wizards showed up to wow the crowds of Tully. With a basketball game against staff, the Wizards showed off their skills and had a little fun doing it. Before the game, Big Jay and La Fiesta entertained some of the students at both the junior-senior high school and the elementary. Students were impressed with not only their basketball skills, but their height.  Big Jay, La Fiesta, and Noah Lennox putting on a  show for the junior high lunch. Students try to see how they "measure up" to Big Jay. Meet and greet with Big Jay. Mr. Herrick, Mrs. Murphy, and Mr. Schiener with  Big Jay and La Fiesta from the Harlem Wizards. Ivan, Tully's Rotart exchange student, getting ready to ...
High School FFA Visits TES High School FFA Visits TES Each year, New York Agriculture in the Classroom selects a book to be read to 2nd graders across the state. This year, that book was "On the Farm, at the Market" by G. Brian Karas. Mrs. Green's Agriscience class from the high school took pleasure in visiting the elementary to read this informative book about how foods are brought to the market and bringing communities together. In addition to reading, Mrs. Green's students also had to plan an activity for the 2nd graders to follow the reading. In Mrs. Scully Smith's 2nd grade class, students created mini greenhouses with plastic cups and vegetable seeds. Ms. Saile's and Mrs. Fallon's class had a question and answer session with the 2nd graders asking about agriculture and farming. It was a great learning experience ...
High School Drama Club Presents the Addams Family High School Drama Club Presents the Addams Family On March 1st-3rd, the Tully HS Musical club put on four performances of The Addams Family, which tells the story of Wednesday Addams, a young woman who has grown up and wants to marry Lucas Beineke, a “normal” boy from Ohio. Gomez Addams tries to keep the marriage plans secret from his wife, Morticia, while all relationships are tested when dark secrets are revealed. The Latin/pop soundtrack and zany characters all contributed to a set of wonderful performances. Cast members included: Bailey Albro/Nicole Ball (Wednesday), Zack Ebert (Gomez), Anna Moss/Marissa Scalza (Morticia), Natalie Slazik (Alice Beineke), Joey Morgan (Fester), Lucas Bibik (Pugsley), Tiernan Tobin (Mal Beineke), Flynn Bruhn (Lucas Beineke), Emma Huggins (Grandma Addams), MaryPearl Echard, Ellie Ives, Eleanor ...
Elementary Drama Club Performs Shrek, Jr. Elementary Drama Club Performs Shrek, Jr. On February 1st and 2nd the Tully Elementary Drama Club performed the production of Shrek Jr. the Musical. The students have been rehearsing since October and have worked so hard. All their hard work paid off on performance days. The outstanding cast had the audience on the edge of their seats with their fantastic acting, dancing, and singing. They got a standing ovation and lots of compliments on their accomplishments. They have made Tully proud!
Do You See What I See in the Sea? Do You See What I See in the Sea? The Kindergarten classes experienced live theater, through Merry-Go-Round Playhouse. Do You See What I See in the Sea? was performed. The actors did a fantastic job preparing the students on what they were going to experience. Each actor came into the kindergarten classrooms and encouraged the students to use their imaginations. They had them act out silly scenarios to get their imaginations going. All the students got to put on their own imaginary scuba suits and take a trip with the actors under the sea. They encountered many fun characters throughout the play. The theme of the play was how true friends are a real treasure. The Merry-Go-Round actors made the whole performance enjoyable for our students. The characters were very interactive and engaging. This was an excellent play that ...
Berry Scholarship Program Finalist Berry Scholarship Program Finalist Rachel Berry was recently announced as a finalist in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program. Approximately 15,000 students nationwide were named National Merit Scholarship Program Finalists based upon the results of the 2017 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT). Congratulations Rachel on being named a finalist, Tully is so proud of you!
Rauber Places 6th at Nike XC Nationals Rauber Places 6th at Nike XC Nationals For the 2nd consecutive year, sophomore Brooke Rauber has qualified to compete in the Nike Cross Country National meet held in Portland, Oregon. Also for the 2nd consecutive year, she has come away with a 6th place finish at the national meet. In 2017 she was the first freshman to cross the line, and in 2018 she became the first sophomore to cross the line. Brooke ran the 5k course in 17:19, beating her time by 38 seconds from the previous year. Brooke received All-American recognition for her performance. Congratulations, Brooke!
Generous Donations to Athletics Generous Donations to Athletics Every year our Boys and Girls Lacrosse programs host large, multi- school tournaments, which brings attention to our campus. Our highly organized and well-designed tournaments are focal points for many schools for off season training and opportunities to expose athletes to college coaches who scout talent. These tournaments not only assist with college exposure for many athletes, but also are used as fundraisers. The lacrosse booster clubs also generously disperse their fundraised dollars to other athletic and extra-curricular programs as a way of giving back to a multitude of students within the Tully community. During the 2018-19 school year, The Girls of Summer Lacrosse Booster Club made a generous donation to the Tully Golf program by purchasing 9 new Titleist carry golf bags (pictured ...
High School Announces Top 10 High School Announces Top 10 High school isn't just about having fun, it's about achieving great things and creating a path that leads teenagers into adulthood. While all students at Tully work hard and achieve many goals, ten seniors have pushed themselves to be the best they could be academically. Tully High School is proud to announce its 2018-19 top ten scholars:   Valedictorian - Rachel Berry Salutatorian - Dante Bertolo Third in Class - Caleb Erno Fourth in Class - Elizabeth Ives Fifth in Class - Sam Stoogenke Sixth in Class - Timothy Zilberman Seventh in Class - Garrett Pierpoint Eighth in Class - Wiley Shaw Ninth in Class - Jenna Hamelinck Tenth in Class - Kayla Barry We congratulate these students on their hard work and dedication to their education and look forward to ...
Boys Modified Basketball Take the Win Boys Modified Basketball Take the Win The Fran Matteson Memorial Basketball Tournament was held in Hannibal March 7-9. Tully was represented by boys teams in the 5/6, 7, and 8th grade divisions. The 7th grade group received major contributions from each member of the team and defeated Fulton to win the championship. Great job boys!
Model UN Goes to NYC Model UN Goes to NYC Ten students in the Model UN Club recently traveled to New York City for their annual committee. Before leaving, students were given a country to represent on topics within the World Bank, World Health Organization, Committee of the European Union, and others. During the NYC committee, students attended sessions with other delegates from all over the world to discuss, find common ground, and pass a resolution to a proposed problem indicative of the specific country they were to represent. After the committee concluded and before leaving the city, they had the chance to tour the United Nations building. Many of the students thought it was interesting that delegates could wear headphones while in committee to hear a translation of the speaker if they did not know the language being spoken. Students ...
Students Compete at Skills USA: Zilberman Moves On Students Compete at Skills USA: Zilberman Moves On Three Tully students competed in this year's Skills USA competition, all in different areas: Tim Zilberman in culinary, Ryan Bunaisky in carpentry, and Cassie Fisher in cosmetology. All worked hard at their craft with Zilberman placing 2nd in Baking and Pastry and Bunaisky placing 4th in Construction. Zilberman will continue on to State competition at the NY State Fairgrounds in April.  Zilberman (pictured above) had to do a number of tasks for the Skills USA competition including making blueberry muffins and sugar cookies from scratch, frosting a cake, and taking a written test on baking techniques. He will be attending Johnson and Wales in the Pastry Arts program in the fall of 2019.  Bunaisky (pictured above) also had to do a number of tasks for ...
Tobin Tackles Shakespeare Competition Tobin Tackles Shakespeare Competition Sophomore Tiernan Tobin took to the Syracuse Stage, walking away with 1st place at the Shakespeare Recitation Competition last week. This puts Tobin in a group of about 50 nationally competing in New York City April 28-30. The last leg of the competition will be broken down into two parts - competitors will have to read a monologue and a sonnet. If successful, they will become a finalist and then have to read a random monolgue from any of Shakespeare's works. Because she only recently joined drama in the last year and only having read Shakespeare in class at school, she truly thought there was no way she'd place in the competition, but she surprised herself and says she's pretty excited about the upcoming competition, which will result in a fully-funded Shakespeare camp in ...
Jr. Math League Held at Tully Jr. Math League Held at Tully On Tuesday March 5th, 16 different schools from the Central New York Region came to Tully to compete in the final Junior High Math League Meet. Mrs. Lisi hosted the event and Colden Ives represented the Tully team. Each student answered 6 timed questions to score points not only for their individual score, but their team score.  After tallying the points, Eagle Hill Middle School took 3rd place, Camillus Middle School took 2nd place, and CBA won the 1st place team trophy.  First, second, and third place trophies were also handed out to the top three high scoring 7th grade students and the top three high scoring 8th grade students.  Students work to solve a problem. Working hard to determine the answer. Calculators come in handy.  
TES Library STEAMs Up! TES Library STEAMs Up! The Tully Elementary School Library has been hopping with great learning opportunities! Second graders are learning how to use the online library catalog to search for materials. Third graders have used Flipgrid to share how countries around the world access books and other library materials. Fifth grade is inquiring about and researching various design and engineering careers. It has certainly kept us fired up and warm. The Tully Elementary Maker Lab has also been active with lots of great opportunity. Currently, we have a group of girls coding the Spheros, and excited to paint a mural using these robotic devices. Now that is STEAM!
Quebec 2019...Brrrr! Quebec 2019...Brrrr! Despite record low temperatures, the JH International Club had a fantastic adventure this year in Quebec City. Dogsledding was our first activity, followed by the Sugar Shack dinner and dancing, then making maple butter and taffy on snow. Saturday morning we went on a frigid fact-finding mission in Old Quebec, exchanged our money, took a tour of the Ste. Anne de Beaupre Basilica, and then went back to town for shopping and poutine. We visited the Remparts Hockey Game and an Improv Show with a very steep, cold trek back to the Concorde Hotel. We then escaped the winds off the St. Lawrence River by heading out to Valcartiers for tubing and skating. “The Military” interactive history lesson was rescheduled for Monday, due to the severe weather, and afterwards we went to the Galleries ...
FFA Scores Big at District Contest FFA Scores Big at District Contest On February 9, Tully FFA members led by Mrs. Leann Jordan competed in the District Competition, racking up the awards. Several qualified for state and will compete again in March. Adrienne Edinger competing in Jr Creed Speaking winning 2nd. In Jr People in Agriculture, Tully swept the field with Megan Weisbrodt placing 5th, Jacob Verbanic placing 4th, Matthew Haier placing 3rd, Ben Fleckenstein placing 2nd, and Ella Hall taking 1st. Hall, Verbanic, Fleckenstein, and Weisbrodt were joined by Ella Tordel, Emma Weisbrodt, and Lily Tranquill to take home 1st place for the Conduct of Chapter Meetings contest. The Agricultural Issues Team of Aurora Drumm, Katie Haier, Lauren Grosso, Cheyenne McCormick, and Olivia Widrick placed 2nd. In addition, Cheyenne McCormick also placed 3rd in Prepared ...
Academic Decathlon Takes 3rd at State Academic Decathlon Takes 3rd at State Tully's Academic Decathlon students swept up the awards this past Saturday at State Championships. Through hard work and study, their knowledge placed them 3rd overall after competing in 10 events over the course of two days. Not only did they represent Tully well with their knowledge, but throughout the competition, they were complimented on their attitude of positivity and support for one another. Way to go! HONORS DIVISION Rachel Berry: Math - Bronze, Art - Silver, Music - Silver  Ellie Ives: Interview - Gold, Speech - Bronze Moira McAninch: Literature - Bronze, Science - Bronze SCHOLASTIC DIVISION Caitlin Halladay: Essay - Bronze, Math - Silver, Economics - Bronze, Art - Silver, Science - Silver  Alex Wiers: Economics - Gold, Art - Gold, Social Science ...
Scholastic Art Awards Scholastic Art Awards Many Tully JSHS art students submitted their work of different mediums to the Scholastic Art Compeition this past month, and proudly, six students walked away with an award. Chosen from thousands of submissions and nearly 100 schools across the region, the honor is great. Sam Stoogenke and Sierra Yonko entered their ceramic pieces with Stoogenke winning the Silver Key Award with his untitled piece and Yonko winning Honorable Mention with her piece titled "Connie." Jessica Bizub, Ally Gero, and Margaret Picciano all entered the photography division with Bizub's piece, "Woodland Wonderland," Gero's piece, "Nature's Designs," and Picciano's piece, "Bella in Clouds," all taking Honorable Mention. Picciano also received a Silver Key Award ...



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