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WEBUTUCK — As part of its ongoing mission to ensure student safety through all the changes and challenges to come, the Webutuck Central School District has launched a new communications tool, Anonymous Alerts, which will provide students an outlet to anonymously report their concerns.

The idea of introducing the app into the district started when Matthew Pascale, the assistant principal at Eugene Brooks Intermediate School and Webutuck High School, learned about Anonymous Alerts through a school safety brochure that he receives each month. After conducting research and...

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On a roll at annual car show

The Webutuck Class of 2019 hosted its annual car show as a fundraiser Saturday, Oct. 15. About 26 cars were registered. From left, 10th-grade students Vianey Diaz and friend Jenifer Espinosa-Lopez checked out some classics at the car show.

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Respect promoted at anti-bullying talk

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WEBUTUCK— According to educators, knowledge and awareness can go a long way when it comes to preventing bullying. This is why many schools provide anti-bullying programming for students.
Eugene Brooks Intermediate School and Webutuck High School held an assembly for fourth- through tenth-graders on Tuesday, Oct. 11, to talk about some of the outcomes of bullying.
Webutuck students and faculty welcomed visiting anti-bullying spokesman John Halligan.

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School board invests in technology

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WEBUTUCK — Certain important key issues have gained attention at the North East (Webutuck) Central School District since Ray Castellani took on the role of superintendent of schools in May, 2015. Understanding student performance district-wide is among them.
Shortly after accepting his position, Castellani collected student data in the district to understand what can be done to enhance student learning experiences.

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Webutuck BOE talks capital project list and open seat

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WEBUTUCK — A plethora of topics was discussed at the Monday, Oct. 3, North East (Webutuck) Central School District Board of Education (BOE) meeting.
The meeting began with Superintendent of Schools Ray Castellani announcing a presentation for a potential capital project, for improvements needed by the district. Tetra Tech architect Bill Wisbauer gave the presentation.

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BOCES presents literacy audit results to Webutuck

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WEBUTUCK  — The North East (Webutuck) Central School District is tackling what Superintendent of Schools Ray Castellani — as well as members of the Board of Education, staff, faculty and other administrators -— deem to be an important undertaking for the school district: a literacy initiative.
Castellani and the Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) have made this topic a priority, launching it earlier this year.

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BOE reorganizes for 2016-17

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Webutuck — As is annual protocol, the North East (Webutuck) Central School District Board of Education (BOE) held its organizational meeting on Tuesday, July 5, at the middle school library. The school calendar began on July 1 — the board used the meeting to resolve pending matters and set up for  the 2016-17 school year.

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Webutuck salutatorian Cassandra Lopane prepares for graduation

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WEBUTUCK — Cassandra Lopane’s high performance in school has earned her a place as salutatorian of her graduating class at Webutuck High School.
Guidance counselors said she  is best known for her positive attitude and quiet confidence.

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Webutuck faculty tenured for hard work and dedication

WEBUTUCK — The North East (Webutuck) Central School District’s Board of Education (BOE) recognized and congratulated three newly tenured staffers on Monday, May 23. They are Eugene Brooks Intermediate School (EBIS) special education teacher Matthew Eyler and English Language Arts teacher Jenna Garofalo and Webutuck High School Principal Jennifer Chason.

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Honoring local veterans

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WEBUTUCK — Memorial Day is a time for remembrance and honoring those who have valiantly defended this country. But it is also a time for learning.
With Memorial Day just days away at the time, Eugene Brooks Intermediate School Principal Erik Lynch and Erin Bailey, a parent, invited veterans in the community to visit the school, to share their experiences with seventh- and eighth-graders.

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Webutuck Board of Education to get second opinion on septic system replacement

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WEBUTUCK — For a number of years, Webutuck High School has endured problems with its septic system. The problem has made the baseball and field hockey fields unusable.
“The septic problem is leaving some small ruts in the field, making the baseball fields not safe to play on,” new Director of Facilities Anthony D’Amato said.

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