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WEBUTUCK — The Webutuck Teachers’ Association (WTA) dedicated Thursday night, April 11, to celebrating the community’s diversity by inviting Webutuck families to its International Potluck Dinner. With live music setting the tone for an evening around the world and the Webutuck Elementary School gym decorated like different countries, families brought homemade dishes that represented their cultural backgrounds. In addition to sampling tastes both exotic and local, students danced the night away to a live band and took part in arts and crafts activities. Using the Nearpod...

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Still no principal for Eugene Brooks Intermediate School

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The North East (Webutuck) Central School district will re-advertise for the Eugene Brooks Intermediate School principal position, which was left vacant after the resignation of Jay Curtis in January due to family reasons.
David Paciencia re-joined the district as interim principal for Eugene Brooks Intermediate School. The school encompasses grades four through eight.

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Students go ‘Crazy For You’

The Webutuck Drama Society will present the Tony Award-winning musical “Crazy For You,” on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 1 to 3. Show times are 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets are $12 for adults, $8 for seniors and students and may be purchased at the box office or in advance by calling Barbara Riley in the high school guidance office at 845-373-4108.

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Septic problems at Webutuck High School

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The Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) on Tuesday, Feb. 19, discussed standing water on the baseball field at the Webutuck High School, which is related to problems in the septic system.
Consultant Engineer Jeff Budrow of Weston and Sampson Environmental Infrastructure Consultants was hired by the district to investigate the cause of the standing water.
“Basically wastewater goes out of the school, into a septic tank and then out to a leech field. The problem is in the leech field,” Weston told the board.

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Webutuck unveils new website and Parent Portal

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WEBUTUCK — The North East (Webutuck) Central School District has officially begun transitioning to a new website that will offer more features for staff, students and parents.
The current website, www.webutuckschools.org, will remain open throughout the transition period.
The new site, www.edline.net/pages/webutuck_csd, is up and running, but according to Technology Director Craig Trachtenberg, nowhere near complete.

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Congratulations, class of 2012

Graduation caps flew in the air in Millbrook once the students transformed into graduates.

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Webutuck modified baseball brings home 14-0 win

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WEBUTUCK — The Webutuck Boys modified baseball team won its game against Rhinebeck 14-0 on Friday, May 18.
The team had been previously rained out on several occasions and took the opportunity to bring home the victory.
Pitcher Chris Reed only gave up two hits and struck out 12 players.
Daniel Thomas was the “hitting star,” according to Coach Tim McEnroe.
Thomas went 3 for 4 with 6 RBIs.
Eddie Ferratto also shone with a double and two runs scored.
Players Chris Milano and Angus Edminson both had RBI singles in the first inning.

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Sauer drops hard truths about dropout rate

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WEBUTUCK — During the Board of Education (BOE) meeting on Monday, March 12, High School Principal Ken Sauer talked about the importance of offering many after-school options, as a tool to lower the dropout rate.
Webutuck recently instituted an Intramurals Sports program and has been finding alternatives to sports for students who need additional support. Sauer stressed the importance of reaching out to those students who are showing signs of having trouble in school.
“We’ve had good success with this personal approach and we’re looking to extend that next year,” he said.

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Drivers wanted

The North East (Webutuck) Central School District displayed a need for bus drivers outside of the campus on Haight Road, at the Route 22 entrance. For more information call 845-373-4105.

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Summer meals questions raised

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WEBUTUCK — The Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) met on Monday, March 5, to discuss several issues, including the use of school facilities by the North East Community Center (NECC) for their Summer Meals Program.
Board member Kristen Panzer quickly identified herself as a member of the NECC Board and explained that she was not able to comment as a result of her dual positions.
The Summer Meals Program is a state-funded Department of Education grant program that provides meals for children in need.

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Theme Day at Webutuck brings fairy tales alive

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WEBUTUCK — During Webutuck Elementary School’s annual Theme Day on Friday, March 2, the halls came alive as “Once Upon A Time,” with dragons, knights and princesses everywhere.
Every year the school kicks off the Parents As Reading Partners (PARP) program with a theme. PARP runs through March and encourages children to read every day.
“The Theme Day is a way to get kids excited about the stories and about reading,” said Librarian Beth Murphy, who was dressed as Cinderella.

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