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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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A sweet word of thanks

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How Webutuck BOE plans to address low performance rate

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WEBUTUCK — After receiving notice from the New York State Education Department that Webutuck Elementary School (WES) is in need of comprehensive support and improvement (CSI) due to its low student performance rate, the North East (Webutuck) Central School District Board of Education (BOE) shared its plans to form a committee and establish programs geared toward academic improvement at a meeting on Monday, Jan. 28.

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Webutuck Elementary School scores among lowest in the state

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WEBUTUCK — Following the release of the New York State Education Department’s (NYSED) new school accountability determinations for school performance, Webutuck Elementary School (WES) was identified as a school in need of comprehensive support and improvement (CSI) due to its low student performance rate. Along with Poughkeepsie’s Morse Elementary School, Webutuck rated among the lowest performing districts in the state.

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Sponsors wanted for class trip to Boston

WEBUTUCK — With Spring still months away, 45 excited Eugene Brooks Intermediate School eighth-graders have something special to look forward to as they think about May 9 and 10, when they will be leaving their small town lives behind and heading to Boston on what for many will be the trip of a lifetime. Much of the trip will coincide with lessons learned in the classroom.

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Webutuck discusses graduation, septic system and security

WEBUTUCK— In its first meeting of the year, on Monday, Jan. 7, the North East (Webutuck) Central School District Board of Education (BOE) highlighted a couple of projects taking place during the next few months.

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Local fundraisers to help Webutuck Drama Society buy new mics

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WEBUTUCK — While the annual school musical is still a few months away, there are already a handful of fundraisers to purchase new body microphones for the Webutuck Drama Society.

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Academic Achievements

Webutuck High School honor rolls
webutuck — The following students were listed on the Eugene Brooks Intermediate School honor rolls for the first marking period in November. 
High honor roll
Ninth grade
Autumn Beeman, Mallory Breen, Joaquin Broughton, Justin Carman, Kennedy Doran, Andrew Dorfschmidt, Rebekah Dunton, Natasha Randolph, Kaitlyn Rowe, Micah Sinclair, Emily Thompson, Emma Vallely, Davin Watson, Carrissa Whitehead, Karen Zempoalteca.

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Webutuck BOE thanks PTA for its ongoing support

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WEBUTUCK— The Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) took the time to thank the Webutuck PTA for its support at its November meeting.
BOE President Kristen Panzer welcomed three PTA trustees to the meeting, including PTA President Anna Kall, Treasurer Leah Sprague and Secretary Trisha Lawrence. In recognizing the PTA’s ongoing work for the district, Panzer expressed the school board’s appreciation for all that the PTA does for students as well as for the community.

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Academic Achievements

Eugene Brooks 
Intermediate School honor rolls
WEBUTUCK — The following students were listed on the Eugene Brooks Intermediate School honor rolls for the first marking period in November 
High honor roll
Fourth grade
Sophia Beeman, Blake Taylor.
Fifth grade

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Barrett and Serino tour Webutuck: State lawmakers focus on tech

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WEBUTUCK— The Webutuck Central School District welcomed New York State Assemblymember Didi Barrett (D-106) and New York State Senator Sue Serino (R-41) to show them how their support has enhanced its curriculum. Webutuck officials took the lawmakers on a tour, showing them the district’s new technology programs.
Starting with Barrett’s visit on Monday, Dec. 10, the district  thanked her for the $40,000 grant she helped obtain for Webutuck in October.

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