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WEBUTUCK — Forever trying to keep students safe, the North East (Webutuck) Central School District has asked both local and county officials to create a law holding motorists who pass stopped school buses accountable.

About four years ago, Webutuck installed cameras on its school buses to photograph the license plates of vehicles that passed stopped school buses. Before installing the cameras, Webutuck Superintendent of Schools Raymond Castellani said the district turned to local law enforcement with its concerns, only to be told they didn’t have “enough...

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Webutuck students journey to the rainforest

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WEBUTUCK — Climbing off the bus for another day at school, Webutuck Elementary School (WES) students were enchanted to discover that their school and classrooms had been transformed into a tropical rainforest overnight for the annual Theme Day on Friday, March 1.

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‘Guys and Dolls’ on the horizon

Webutuck students are polishing up their acting skills  for the musical, “Guys and Dolls.” Performances are Friday and Saturday, March 15 and 16, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, March 17, at 2 p.m. For more information or tickets, contact Barb Riley at barbara.riley@webutuck.org. Back row, from left, Deanna Hanze (Miss Adelaide), Disha Patel (Big Jule), Mallory Breen (Nicely-Nicely Johnson) and Maximus Marcou (Nathan Detroit). Front row, from left, Abigail Elliot (Agatha) and Elizabeth Eisermann (Brandy Bottle Bates).

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The inspiring mix of art and lit

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Webutuck Elementary School physical education teacher Tyler Albrecht invited student Chase Watson to give the Spider Monkey swing a try during Rainforest Theme Day on Friday, March 1. For full story and more photos, see Webutuck students journey to the rainforest.

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Webutuck students submit to third annual mayor essay contest

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WEBUTUCK — Webutuck eighth-graders were given an opportunity to envision themselves as future mayors through the New York State Conference of Mayors’ (NYCOM) third annual “If I Were Mayor…” essay contest.

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Quest Grants provide Webutuck teachers opportunity and money

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WEBUTUCK — The North East (Webutuck) Central School District Board of Education (BOE) recently congratulated several teachers and community organizations that received funding through the Webutuck Quest Fund, one of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation (BTCF) Educational Enrichment Funds.

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Pizza and pride

Just before a storm was expected to roll in, Webutuck High School Principal Katy McEnroe invited five students to her office on Monday, Feb. 11, for a pizza lunch to celebrate their placement on the Principal’s Honor Roll.McEnroe, center, congratulated, from left, Carrissa Whitehead, Angela Zubradt, Maria Baldelli, Mallory Storms and Disha Patel for their accomplishments.

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Webutuck explores the benefits of full-day pre-K

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WEBUTUCK — The North East (Webutuck) Central School District is gathering input from the community to determine how hosting a full-day pre-K program might benefit students.
Up to now, the district has one pre-K program organized at Webutuck Elementary School  (WES). Divided into two daily sessions, the morning class runs from 8 to 11:30 a.m. while the afternoon class goes from noon to 2:30 p.m.  To date, there are currently 13 students enrolled in the morning class and 14 students in the afternoon class. 

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Anonymous Alerts app helps Webutuck students report bullying

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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.

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Student curiosity and ingenuity focus of annual STEAM Fair

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WEBUTUCK — Webutuck students were inspired to put their creativity and curiosity to the test by submitting project displays to the fifth Annual STEAM Fair on Saturday, Feb. 9.
Sponsored by the Webutuck Teachers’ Association, the fair was held in the Eugene Brooks Intermediate School (EBIS) cafeteria. As families and other inquisitive community members registered, the Webutuck High School Class of 2019 served hot breakfast outside the cafeteria.

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