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WEBUTUCK —  Students and faculty members of the North East (Webutuck) Central School District will see a familiar face walking down the halls this coming school year, when Ken Sauer returns as principal of Webutuck High School (WHS).

Before he was involved with the administrative side of the education system, Sauer was employed as a teacher in the Finger Lakes region of New York for 15 years. From 2004 to 2007, he took on the role of principal for WHS before accepting a principal’s job in western New York. 

After the district asked him to come back,...

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How does your garden grow?

A cheerful group of students, parent volunteers, teachers and community members gathered at the Webutuck School Garden during its grand opening for the 2017 season on Wednesday, May 25. Students from the North East Community Center’s after-school program, the Green Team, and sixth-grade teacher Shawn Sullivan helped plant tomatoes and potatoes before celebrating with an afternoon picnic. Following this year’s opening day party for the Webutuck School Garden, students and garden volunteers joined together for one final group photo.

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Social Justice Committee empowers district community

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WEBUTUCK — The Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) welcomed the district’s Social Justice Committee to deliver a presentation during the meeting on Monday, May 22. 

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BOE honors students for their achievements: Webutuck Mock Trial Team wins county championship

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WEBUTUCK — At the start of their meeting on Monday, May 8, the Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) recognized the accomplishments of Webutuck students who participated in this year’s Mock Trial and Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) Fair, as well as those who made the Principal’s Honor Roll for the third marking period.

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Webutuck cheers Boston

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Webutuck BOE summarizes 2017-18 budget at public hearing, before vote

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WEBUTUCK — The Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) held its public hearing for the 2017-18 budget vote on Monday, May 8.

President Kristen Panzer and Superintendent Ray Castellani gave an overview of the budget development process. The anbudget vote was May 16, after this paper’s press deadline.

Webutuck BOE: Benefits of Local Action Project detailed

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WEBUTUCK — To open the Board of Education (BOE) meeting on Tuesday, April 25, the Webutuck Teachers’ Association (WTA) gave a presentation about the Local Action Project (LAP) program.
The WTA was proud to learn this March that out of all the statewide submissions, it had been accepted as one of five applications in New York.

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‘Melody of the Spring’ shares Chinese traditions

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WEBUTUCK— The gymnasium at Eugene Brooks Intermediate School (EBIS) was infused with the rich melodies of the Chinese culture last Friday, April 21, as students in grades four through six took part in the Mandarin assembly, “Melody of the Spring.”
By 12:45 p.m., students and teachers entered single file through the doors of the gym where they received a program. As the performers tuned their instruments, a few lovely strains of traditional Chinese music could be heard amid the students’ eager chatter.

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Webutuck Board of Ed adopts budget proposal

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WEBUTUCK — After the anticipation leading up to last month’s capital improvement project revote, the Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) adopted a budget proposal for the 2017–18 school year.
Superintendent of Schools Ray Castellani organized the evening’s budget presentation on Monday, April 3. He thanked the community for approving Propositions 1 and 2 during the capital project vote on Wednesday, March 29. 

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Students fight hunger with Empty Bowls

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WEBUTUCK— Something delicious was cooking at the North East (Webutuck) Central School District, as students from the North East Community Center’s (NECC) after-school program prepared soup for the 11th annual Empty Bowls fundraiser on Wednesday, March 29.

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Webutuck capital improvements: Two out of four propositions pass

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WEBUTUCK— An underlying feeling of tension was present at Webutuck High School (WHS) as voters of the North East (Webutuck) Central School District weighed in on the capital improvement project revote, on Wednesday, March 29.
Voters approved Proposition 1 with 276 votes and Proposition 2 with 278. Proposition 3 was rejected with only 281 votes, as was Proposition 4 with 292 votes.

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