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WEBUTUCK — Once deemed organized for the coming school year, the Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) listened to community concerns and complaints about recent issues reported in the North East (Webutuck) Central School District, at a board meeting on Monday, July 8.

Addressing recent reports of intolerance and other inappropriate student behaviors, Superintendent of Schools Raymond Castellani acknowledged that the last few weeks at Webutuck have been trying.

“That is a microcosm of what I believe is a polarized country right now,” he said.

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Webutuck students head to Boston

Eighth graders from Eugene Brooks Intermediate School took a class trip to Boston on Thursday and Friday, May 9 and 10. The students toured the city and recorded their activities, and some even shared their experiences with The Millerton News. Below is one of a series of three student reports.
 

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EBIS honor rolls

WEBUTUCK — The following students earned a place on Eugene Brooks Intermediate School’s third marking period honor rolls.
High honor roll
Grade four
Sophia Beeman, Kellie Eisermann, Levi Elliott, Jason Fuisz, Sidney Surdam, Blake Taylor.
Grade five

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Threatening text has Webutuck holding bullies accountable

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WEBUTUCK — Webutuck Superintendent of Schools Raymond Castellani assured the public of the district’s intentions to ensure student safety and hold individuals to account for negative behaviors following an incident in which a student sent an anonymous threat via text message.

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How does your garden grow?

WEBUTUCK — Students enrolled in the North East Community Center’s (NECC) After School program had the perfect spring day to celebrate the grand opening of the Webutuck School Garden with a garden party on Thursday, May 16. 
Following their arrival to the garden behind Webutuck High School at 3:30 p.m., the students were divided into two groups: one with after school students in kindergarten and first grade and another with students in second and third grade. 

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Webutuck has three candidates for BOE election

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WEBUTUCK — With spring paving the way for new beginnings, the Webutuck Central School District has opened the door to three candidates ready to serve their community as members of the Webutuck Board of Education (BOE).
Two seats are available this year, each with a three-year term that will start on Monday, July 1, and end on June 30, 2022. Running for office this year are incumbent candidates Christopher Mayville and Steve Abad and newcomer DeLora Brooks.
Christopher Mayville

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Board of Ed delivers 2019-20 budget to community at public hearing

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WEBUTUCK — The Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) guided taxpayers through the requests and recommendations featured in the proposed 2019-20 school budget during a public hearing on Monday, May 13.

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Students display torrents of talent

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WEBUTUCK — The Webutuck PTA put the spotlight on students who performed in the PTA’s third annual Talent Show on Friday, May 10, in the Webutuck High School auditorium. 
A basket themed silent auction was held, giving people a chance to bid on a variety of prizes donated by local businesses. Afterward, the students performed.
“I thought all of the students did an amazing job,” praised Webutuck PTA President Anna Kall. “I was so proud of all the student performers as they are each uniquely talented.”

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Banding together

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BOE talks upgrades and electives

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WEBUTUCK — The Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) marveled at the latest academic developments at Eugene Brooks Intermediate School (EBIS) and Webutuck High School (WHS) at its meeting on Monday, April 8.

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Silo Ridge makes its impact on tax rolls: Webutuck taxpayers to pay less with 2019-20 school budget

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WEBUTUCK — After what turned out to be a complicated development process, Webutuck Superintendent of Schools Raymond Castellani said he was relieved the budget for the 2019-20 school year will continue supporting a strong academic program while saving taxpayers a significant amount of money.

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