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Tully Junior-Senior High School


Mary Ann Murphy
7-12 Principal

Paul Schiener
7-12 Assistant

20 State Street
Tully NY, 13159
Phone: 315-696-6200
Fax: 315-696-6237


2019-2020 Morning arrival information: student drop-off, student parking, and walkers/bus.

Weekly Bulletin 2019-2020

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Chromebook 1:1 Program

7th Grade Supply List
8th Grade Supply List

*High school teachers may make specific supply requests on the first day of classes.

Bell Schedule


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Summer Reading Assignments 2019 -
See this summer's reading assignments here or check them out, along with our teacher's recommendations, on the "Summer Lists" page!

7th Grade - no formal reading assignment but please read something enjoyable!
8th Grade
9th Grade
10th Grade (Regular ELA)
10th Grade (ACC), plus Study Guide
11th Grade (Regular ELA)
11th Grade (ACC)
12th Grade
School News
Kids Playing for Kids 2019 Kids Playing for Kids 2019: Every year Tully's varsity soccer teams, both girls and boys, play the Communities Kickin' Cancer game against Fabius-Pompey. This year, the game will be held on Saturday, October 12 at Fabius-Pompey with the girls starting at 5:00pm and the boys starting at 7:00pm. Before the games, soccer players will present a loved one with a shirt showing that they are playing for them and showing their support. Among the ceremonious event, food will be enjoyed and a rivaly among the two teams will ... more >>
10th Graders Expand on Their Summer Reading 10th Graders Expand on Their Summer Reading: This summer, 10th grade students were asked to read the play 12 Angry Men for their summer reading assignment. Upon returning to school, students began to analyze and discuss the play in class. Recently, those same students attended a live performance of 12 Angry Men at Syracuse Stage. The play examined the interactions, prejudices, and motives of 12 jurors who were responsible for deciding the fate of a teenage boy accused of murder. The themes explored are as relevant today as they were when ... more >>
Rise and Shout: The Tully Black Knights Were Out and About! Rise and Shout: The Tully Black Knights Were Out and About!: During the week of September 16th, students at the Junior-Senior High School participated in a spirit week, pep rally, and semi-formal dance.  The halls were filled with students dressed in their red, white, and blue on ‘Merica Monday, as tourists in tropical gear on Tuesday, sporting pajamas on Wednesday, giving a nod to previous decades on Throwback Thursday, and finally, wearing their best red and black Tully spirit wear for Friday’s pep rally. Tiernan Tobin started off the pep ... more >>
School Safety Officer Says School Safety Officer Says "Never Forget": Mr. Herrick, Tully's Safety and Security Officer, recently spoke about the tragedy that occurred on 9/11 in the junior high history classes. Mr. Herrick brought in pictures from his volunteer work at Ground Zero and Staten Island to help students visualize the emotional and physical destruction. He was working for the Onondaga County Sheriff's Department as a detective and Senior Bomb Technician at the time of the attack and volunteered his services like so many others. He explained to students ... more >>
High School FFA Teacher Recognized in Local Magazine High School FFA Teacher Recognized in Local Magazine: Tully's FFA has worked very hard this past year and they have received a lot of recognition. In particular, they were named the 2019 NY State FFA Chapter of the Year and were recognized by the Onondaga County Legislation in June. Now, Onondaga Grown , a local magazine, showcased our very own FFA teacher, Leann Jordan. Mrs. Jordan has worked endlessly with her students and has reveled in their successes all while standing in the shadows. Now, Onondaga Grown has brought her insight to the forefront. ... more >>

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Tully Central School District
Robert J. Hughes, Superintendent
20 State Street, Tully, NY 13159

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