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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. 

The BOE will hold a facilities meeting to decide on the project’s architect and construction group. Bill Wisbauer of Tetra Tech...

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Honing students’ skills at Webutuck’s summer school

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WEBUTUCK — Young minds are keeping active this summer through several courses at the North East (Webutuck) Central School District’s summer school program.
A total of 90 students are enrolled across four sub-programs: Math and Reading Boost, Summer Writing Institute, English as a Second Language (ESL) and Extended School Year (ESY).

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Leadership changes in school administration and board

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WEBUTUCK — The North East (Webutuck) Central School District Board of Education (BOE) held its annual re-organization meeting at Webutuck High School (WHS) on Tuesday, July 7.
Member Judy Moran volunteered to administer an oath of office reading for District Clerk Tracy Trotter.
Trotter administered oaths of office for two newly elected board members, Richard Keller-Coffey and Nikki Johnson. Keller-Coffey and Johnson’s terms expire in 2018.

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Webutuck High School graduates 39 students

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WEBUTUCK — Graduates, their families and friends gathered on the front lawn of the North East (Webutuck) Central School District campus Saturday morning, June 27, for the high school’s 61st annual commencement ceremony.
The class of 39 students was honored for its achievements and dedication.

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Webutuck creates new position

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WEBUTUCK — The North East (Webutuck) Central School District Board met for regular business at the Webutuck High School library on Monday, June 29.
The board unanimously approved a motion to create a “dean of students” position to be filled by a teacher on special assignment. The motion was made by Kristen Panzer, seconded by John Perotti.
No teacher was appointed to the assignment at the meeting.

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Webutuck High School Medical minds at top of the class

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WEBUTUCK— Andrew Hoke is the valedictorian of the Webutuck High School Class of 2015.
Andrew, 17, lives in North East and started the school year with a grade point average (GPA) between 94 and 95. 
His mother, Mari-Ann, is a teaching assistant at Eugene Brooks Intermediate School and his sister, Abbygail, will be a junior next year.

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Webutuck administration could shift

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WEBUTUCK — Superintendent of Schools Ray Castellani made a presentation on the district’s future during a public forum at Webutuck High School, Monday, June 15.
Castellani cited Webutuck’s performance index from New York State accountability reports that indicated several shortfalls in achieving the “adequate yearly progress” as regulated by the state.

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Spring athletes honored at Webutuck

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WEBUTUCK — Webutuck High School held an awards ceremony on Thursday, June 11, in recognition of student athletes who participated in spring sports this year. 
Athletic Director Jon Zenz welcomed the audience to the auditorium and spoke between each coach to thank various parties: the Booster Club, Cumberland Farms, parents, Director of Athletics Kenneth Sauer, field staff, athletic trainers, high school Principal Katy McEnroe and team coaches. 

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Webutuck vote: Two BOE seats open

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WEBUTUCK — The North East (Webutuck) Central School District annual vote will be held Tuesday, May 19, at the Webutuck High School gymnasium from noon to 9 p.m. The ballot includes two propositions and an election for two Board of Education (BOE) seats.
The first proposition is to approve the 2015-16 budget in the amount of $21,382,078. The presented budget is an increase of $131,920, or .7 percent, from last year.

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Webutuck Scrubs Club visits Sharon Hospital

WEBUTUCK — Webutuck High School Scrubs Club student members recently took a field trip to Sharon Hospital as part of the program’s hands-on curriculum, giving them a first-hand introduction to various health occupations as potential career choices.

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Don’t miss ‘Annie Get Your Gun’ at WHS

WEBUTUCK — Irving Berlin’s musical “Annie Get Your Gun” is loosely based on the story of Annie Oakley’s life.  After a hard childhood, she won fame for her ability as a sharpshooter. After a celebrated contest with Frank Butler (commemorated by Berlin in “Anything You Can Do”), Oakley joined Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show and became his highest paid performer.  

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