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Mike O'Brien
7-12 Principal

Paul Schiener
Director of Instructional Support Services

Phone
315-696-6235

Fax
315-696-6237

Address
20 State Street, Tully NY, 13159

       

                                                                                                        
 
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7th Grade Supply List

8th Grade Supply List

*HS - No Supply Lists - Teachers will let students know of any special items needed.


**If your student is in need of supplies, please speak with their counselor as we have many supplies available to students.


Student Attendance/Grades:
To submit attendance notes for your student, email jshs.attendance@k12.tullyschools.org or have your student bring in a note. Phone calls cannot be used to excuse an absence. You can also submit a note through ParentSquare once you receive the notification that your student is absent.

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Supply Lists:
7th Grade Supply List
8th Grade Supply List
*HS - No Supply Lists - Teachers will let students know of any special items needed.

Schedules:
Bell Schedule

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Student Attendance/Grades:
To submit attendance notes for your student, email jshs.attendance@k12.tullyschools.org or have your student bring in a note. Phone calls cannot be used to excuse an absence. You can also submit a note through ParentSquare once you receive the notification that your student is absent.

Parent Guide to SchoolTool Attendance
Parent Guide to SchoolTool Grades

 
School News
Micron Engagement Micron Engagement: Micron, a technology company that is making its home in Clay, NY, has gotten involved in the surrounding communities even before the fabrication of the facilities. Micron wanted to assess the challenges that prospective Micron workers could potentially face and how those challenges could be overcome. Learning about the societal challenges will not only help individuals maintain jobs but will also help Micron prosper in the future. Students (possible future Micron workers) from surrounding school ... more >>
Five-Star Flavor Five-Star Flavor: Students in the Senior High Student Council had recommended a change to the cafeteria menu to incorporate more flavor. They wanted to see more variety, moreso often than just during International Week when the cafeteria showcases foods from around the world. Taking the suggestion to heart, Mr. Gucciardi, cafeteria manager, held a taste test for a handful of students to get some feedback. Mr. Gucciardi prepared four different dishes and invited them back into the kitchen where they received a quick ... more >>
(W)right Again (W)right Again: The Shakespeare Recitation competition has been gaining traction each year, attracting the attention of those students who are interested in a mixture of drama, literature, and public speaking. This year, six students participated, giving quite the performance. Both Nicholas Houghton and Bryce Keller gave solid monologues, with Nicholas enacting Hamlet and Bryce enacting Mercutio. Nora Bort, a newcomer to the competition, received an honorable mention for her interpretation of Helena from A Midsummer ... more >>
JSHS Wellness Day 2024 JSHS Wellness Day 2024: Wellness Day for the JSHS looked a little different this year but was still just as successful as in the past. With the District half day, classes were substituted with activities that focused on students’ well being. Students started off by breaking up into grade level presentations. Some presenters were new and some were returning from past Wellness Days, but all students attended a “new to them” presentation. Students engaged with presenters from McMahon Child Advocacy, OCM ... more >>
Welcome Officer Ray! Welcome Officer Ray!: A new and friendly face was welcomed to our campus in December. Housed at TES but seen among all students in both buildings, helping with traffic control, and attending home games, Officer Shannon Ray has been a wonderful addition to the Tully staff. Before break, Officer Ray was spotted participating in crafting with some of our younger students. Mrs. Scully-Smith’s class had finished reading “A Very Mercy Christmas” by Kate DiCamillo about a pig named Mercy and the quiet miracles ... more >>


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