BOCES Happenings
Students, staff step outside to honor the flag
More than 300 students and staff took time to pay tribute to the anniversary of our nation's flag on June 14 in a colorful ceremony outside BOCES Leslie F. Distin Education Center on Glenwood Road. View photo gallery. 
Students celebrate end of year with carnival fun
 Many of our special education students celebrated the conclusion of another successful year by taking part in a variety of games and activities featured at BOCES' first-ever year-end carnival. The event served as the culmination of our positive behavioral intervention and support (PBIS) program. Students spent the year earning panther paws tickets for being responsible, respectful, cooperative and caring in their daily interactions in the classroom, hallways and even at home. View photo gallery. 
 
Hundreds of students to be recognized as school year comes to a close
Students from across our region will file across the stage in the next few weeks to receive certificates, awards and other forms of recognition in a wide array of programs offered through Broome-Tioga BOCES. As each event takes place, photo galleries will be posted on this page 
Student photographers offer unique perspective on their community
A group of students in the Southern Tier Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) program have provided a unique perspective on the strengths and needs of our community as part of an initiative called the "Through Our Eyes" photography project. View gallery  
Special education teacher wins BOCES' leadership award
The most prestigious service award annually bestowed by the Broome-Tioga Board of Cooperative Educational Services this year goes to Peter A. Picciano, a longtime special education teacher with an equally longtime commitment to community service.
 
BOCES students earn trip to national skills competition
 

Nine students enrolled in career and technical education programs at Broome-Tioga BOCES will travel to Louisville, Kentucky, later this year to compete in the national SkillsUSA competition.
 

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