BOCES Happenings
Students attend SkillsUSA conference
Preparing the workforce leaders of tomorrow is what SkillsUSA is all about, and some students from BOCES are working toward that goal.  
Taking the plunge for Special Olympics
BOCES students and staff teamed up to support the Special Olympics, joining dozens of other hardy souls who participated in this year's "Freezin for a Reason Polar Plunge" at Chenango Valley State Park.
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BOCES board president featured in news profile
Broome-Tioga BOCES Board President Sandra Ruffo's long-standing dedication to improving educational opportunities for all students was the basis for a feature article published by the Press & Sun-Bulletin. To read that story, click here.   
Broome leadership group learns about BOCES
Members of the Broome Leadership Institute got a firsthand look at some of the many programs and services offered by Broome-Tioga BOCES during a day-long visit to the Leslie F. Distin Education Center on Glenwood Road on October 30.  
CTE highlighted in proposed graduation changes
A state proposal to give students more options in meeting graduation requirements brought news crews to Broome-Tioga BOCES, where its career and technical education programs focus on preparing students for college and the workplace.
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BOCES students are learning to save lives
Students in Broome-Tioga BOCES Criminal Justice and Health Science classes are taking CPR lessons this week and were featured in a news story about state plans to make such courses mandatory for all high school students. Here is a link to the story broadcast by WBNG-TV.  
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