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  • Open Enrollment for NECC H.E.Y. Program

    Posted by Kim Coon on 2/20/2020 1:00:00 PM

    OPEN ENROLLMENT FOR NECC H.E.Y. (Healthy Empowered Youth) 7th & 8th Grade After-School:

     Junior High students living in the Webutuck school district are encouraged to join!

     The North East Community Center's HEY Program is for students who want a supportive, caring, environment to have fun together, make group choices about activities that interest them, grow academically and socially, and build a community together.

     The students participating in this FREE program help plan community service, cultural, educational, and recreational activities throughout the year. The program helps students gain knowledge, self-esteem, and fosters their community engagement.

    Participants go horseback riding, learn to cook delicious foods, make maple syrup with a local farm, do homework together, photography, art, and more. We  also do community service, including baking pies for food pantries, and our yearly Empty Bowls project where we make and sell bowls and soup to benefit student-selected organizations. Finally, we have a really fun end of year trip, also planned by students!

     The North East Community Center provides daily snacks, and all activities are at no cost to participants. Our program starts at 2:45pm and ends depending on the transportation needs of participants between 5:15pm and 5:45pm. We communicate as needed with parents about transportation, behavior, academics, and other issues. We are here to support students and families!

     Students can join H.E.Y. at any point in the year and are eligible if they are in Junior High and live in the Webutuck School District.

    If you or someone you know is interested in participating, you can contact the H.E.Y. staff at the North East Community Center at aly@neccmillerton.org or at 734-239-3641. Students are welcome to join us where we meet in the EBIS art room by the cafeteria after school at 2:45pm, to pick up a registration form or come to program once they have completed it.

    NECC Registration

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  • Coronavirus Information

    Posted by Kim Coon on 2/10/2020 12:00:00 PM
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  • Parents, Stay Informed about your Student’s Progress

    Posted by Kim Coon on 2/4/2020 11:50:00 AM
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  • Letter from Superintendent Regarding Social Media.

    Posted by Kim Coon on 2/3/2020 3:00:00 PM
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  • Post lockdown parent information

    Posted by Irwin Goldberg on 12/12/2019

    Talking to your children about school lockdowns

    Open communication between home and school and parents and children is important, especially as it relates to school safety.

    The Webutuck Central School District is happy to provide the following information sheet for district parents to help you speak with your children as it relates to school lockdowns.

    Post lockdown parent information

    Información de cierre de escuela para padres en español

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  • Webutuck Central School District To Join Harvard Center On Rural Education

    Posted by Kim Coon on 7/24/2019 1:00:00 PM
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  • Letter From Superintendent Updating New Immunization Laws

    Posted by Kim Coon on 6/25/2019 9:00:00 AM
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  • Anonymous Alert

    Posted by Kim Coon on 1/8/2019 1:15:00 PM

     Please click below for information on the Anonymous Alert anti-bullying and safety app reporting system.

     Anonymous Alert



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