Durgee Junior High


EVENTS:
CONTACT:
Ms. Bonnie Van Benschoten
Building Principal

Mr. Richard Foederer
Assistant Principal - Gr 8

Ms. Cynthia Cronin
Assistant Principal - Gr 9

Mary Barber - Secretary

Patti Figueroa - Secretary

Health Office - (315) 638-6081/Fax 638-6176
Guidance Office - (315) 638-6088
Attendance Office - (315) 638-6159
Durgee Webmaster - Lindsay Cesari
29 E Oneida Street
Baldwinsville, NY 13027
Main Office: (315) 638-6086
Fax: (315) 638-6168

Durgee Teachers
Want to know the BEST way to contact a Durgee teacher? Please view the Durgee Teacher Guide for information on every teacher's policy on homework and absences, along with the best way to contact them. The Durgee Teacher Guide can be accessed HERE.
 
School News
District to Launch Electronic Flyer Distribution January 2, 2018: The Baldwinsville Central School District is committed to educational excellence and ensuring that parents stay informed about important activities and events in the local area that enhance their child’s life. In an effort to improve parent and community engagement, the district will begin using Peachjar, an electronic flyer communication tool, to send digital flyers directly to our families, as of January 2, 2018.  Paper flyers from organizations will no longer be sent home in backpacks. ... more >>
MySchoolBucks to Increase Convenience Fee December 11: MySchoolBucks Increasing its Convenience Fee as of December 11 As of December 11, 2017, MySchoolBucks is increasing its convenience fee that parents pay from $1.95 per payment to $2.49 per payment. This fee increase is the result of an increase in the card scheme fee. Please note that the district does not receive any of this fee. You should receive official notice regarding the increase in an email from MySchoolBucks on November 27. If you have questions about the fee, please contact them ... more >>
District Tip Line to Anonymously Report Bullying & Other Situations: It is important to know that the District’s staff works to make our schools safe and caring places. We strongly encourage and frequently remind students to report any safety concerns directly to a trusted adult at home or at school. Still, we know that when students become aware of unsafe people or situations, it can be very difficult for some to report them as they are fearful or feel pressure from others to keep things secret.    We want students to help us keep their ... more >>
Teens and Electronic Devices: Electronic Devices and Teens Our teens face many pressures. Although they may be "experts" when it comes to using technology, it's still important for parents to be vigilant when it com es to educating teens abo ut appropriate online behavior. Parental oversight and monitoring of students' sharing habits is essential to help today's teens navigate our ever changing technological culture.    Please talk with your teens about sharing inappropriate ... more >>
What is LINK?: Questions about LINK? Please view the PDF below for more information.  more >>


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Last updated on 9/15/2017