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WEBUTUCK — Once deemed organized for the coming school year, the Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) listened to community concerns and complaints about recent issues reported in the North East (Webutuck) Central School District, at a board meeting on Monday, July 8.

Addressing recent reports of intolerance and other inappropriate student behaviors, Superintendent of Schools Raymond Castellani acknowledged that the last few weeks at Webutuck have been trying.

“That is a microcosm of what I believe is a polarized country right now,” he said.

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Rolling with it …

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BOE focuses on student well-being

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WEBUTUCK — On top of encouraging ongoing feedback from students, the Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) considered measures it could implement to offer students the best educational experience possible.
At the start of the meeting on Monday, Nov. 6, student representative Thomas Stefanopoulos mentioned that the athletic banners in the school gymnasium need updating to display the district’s recent accomplishments.

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Concerns raised about passing school buses

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WEBUTUCK — Every year, tens of thousands of incidents  are reported in which motorists violate laws related to safely passing school buses. In response to the problem, Dutchess County school superintendents have decided to address the issue and to protect students as best of they can.
Though concerns relating to these violations were raised last year, the North East (Webutuck) Central School District Board of Education (BOE) has been actively discussing the issue for the past two months. 

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Thanksgiving volunteering

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Webutuck commemorates Veterans Day

WEBUTUCK — The students and faculty of Eugene Brooks Intermediate School (EBIS) hosted the school’s first Veterans Day ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 9, to commemorate veterans in the community. 
Students welcomed family members who served and became acquainted with other veterans from around the area. 
A breakfast followed the morning’s ceremony, and EBIS Principal Erik Lynch honored the occasion by playing a recording of the U.S. Service Branch Medley to represent all service members. 

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Monsters came out to play

In celebration of Halloween, Webutuck Elementary School students walked to the upper campus for a parade around the high school on Tuesday, Oct. 31. The children were greeted with broad smiles and provided with bags to collect Halloween goodies. Throughout the high school, teachers decorated their classroom doors for Halloween and high schoolers helped distribute candy. 

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B-I-N-G-O bonanza

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Webutuck BOE accepts donations for students

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WEBUTUCK — The Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) accepted a number of donations to benefit district students during its meeting on Monday, Oct. 2.

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The Monster Mash

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What a haunted web we weave...

The Webutuck PTA hosted the Monster Mash on Friday, Oct. 27. Dressed as Spiderman, Caleb Cook, 6, tested out his spider powers. For another photo, visit The Monster Mash.

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