Durgee Junior High

Ms. Bonnie Van Benschoten
Building Principal

Ms. Cynthia Cronin
Assistant Principal - Gr 8

Ms. Kristine Barnes
Acting 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

School News
Durgee PTSA meeting on Wednesday @ 7:00 PM: The Durgee PTSA will meet  at 7:00 P.M. in the Durgee  Library on Wednesday, April 5th. Parents are encouraged to attend.  more >>
STATE TESTING - ESSENTIAL NEW INFO!: NEW INFORMATION -->  The 8 th  grade English/Language Arts State Assessment for Durgee students will be administered on Thursday, March 30, Friday, March 31 and Monday, April 3. Testing is estimated to take 90 minutes to complete.  We anticipate that the majority of students will begin their regular daily schedule by 9:15 a.m.  The District's attendance policy will be adhered to during the assessment days.  All testing and non-testing students ... more >>
Meningitis Vaccination Required for Grades 7, 8 & 12 for 2017-18: All NYS students entering 7th, 8th and 12th grade in September 2017 must have the meningococcal vaccine.  Without it they can't start school. You can find more information on the vaccine at this link: Meningitis Vaccine more >>
Durgee's Freshman Dance: The Freshman Dance at Durgee Junior High School is Friday, March 24, 2017 (7:00 – 10:00 p.m.).    This is an informal gathering; therefore, formal wear is not appropriate.  Tuxedos, evening gowns, or any prom-like accessories are not to be worn.  Limousines will not be allowed.  Proper attire for young ladies includes a blouse with skirt/dress pants or a dress (dresses MUST have a strap; strapless dresses are not permitted), while gentlemen should wear ... more >>
New 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 >>

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Last updated on 2/16/2017