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WEBUTUCK — The following students received recognition on the North East (Webutuck) Central School District third marking period honor rolls.

Principal’s honor roll (overall average of 95 with no grade below 90)

Grade nine

Carrissa Whitehead, Karen Zempoalteca.

Grade 11

Dylan Johnson, Trent Morey, Disha Patel.

Grade 12

Chyanne Hairston, Hannah Lounsbury, Angela Zubradt.

High Honor Roll

Grade nine

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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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Students celebrate academic honor

WEBUTUCK — Following their return from spring vacation, Webutuck High School Principal Katy McEnroe saluted the academic achievements of the students who earned placement on the Principal’s Honor Roll for the third marking period on Friday, April 26. 
Students stopped by McEnroe’s office around 12:30 p.m. to celebrate their accomplishments over a pizza lunch with the principal. 
— Kaitlin Lyle

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Webutuck OK’s budget, keeps SRO

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WEBUTUCK — As they entered the final stages of the 2019-20 budget process, the Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) examined its options for next year at a meeting on Tuesday, April 23.
Webutuck Superintendent  of Schools Raymond Castellani remarked, “It’s very difficult to understand how this community, this district, does not get the fair share of state aid it needs, given how poor we are.”

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BOE examines requests and reductions for 2019-20 budget

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WEBUTUCK — With the adoption of next year’s budget coming up, the Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) dedicated part of its meeting on Monday, April 8, to reviewing the latest version of the school budget and its proposed changes for the 2019-20 school year.

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BOE examines requests and reductions for 2019-20 budget

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WEBUTUCK — With the adoption of next year’s budget coming up, the Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) dedicated part of its meeting on Monday, April 8, to reviewing the latest version of the school budget and its proposed changes for the 2019-20 school year.

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Potluck with an international flair

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BOE reviews BOCES budget for 2019-20

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WEBUTUCK — As one of 13 school districts that utilizes services offered by the Dutchess Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES), the Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) was presented the proposed 2019-20 BOCES budget at a board meeting on Monday, March 18.

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Empty Bowls help fill fundraising goals

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WEBUTUCK — Students with the North East Community Center’s (NECC) Healthy Empowered Youth (HEY) helped with the 11th annual Empty Bowls fundraiser  in the Webutuck school district on Tuesday, March 26.
Originally devised by former Webutuck teacher John Roccanova and his wife, Jean, also a teacher, Empty Bowls is an annual tradition between NECC and Webutuck. While the Roccanovas have since retired from the school district, NECC has carried on with the help of HEY students, all seventh- and eighth-graders.

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It all adds up to fun at Math and Science Night

WEBUTUCK — The Webutuck PTA helped make learning fun at the annual Math and Science Night on Thursday, March 28. Held in the shared Eugene Brooks Intermediate School and Webutuck High School building, Math and Science Night offered students and their families a chance to try their hands at different activities and experiments, and learn about everything from chemical reactions to animal behavior. 
It was, by all accounts, a big hit.

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Webutuck science department shares highlights of 2018-19 programs and partnerships

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WEBUTUCK — As one in a series of presentations given by members of the Webutuck faculty, Webutuck science teachers Christine Gillette, Patrick Mc-Keever and Danielle Fridstrom brought the Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) up to date with science department programs and partnerships on Monday, March 18.

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