BOCES Happenings
Special Olympics coach, volunteer wins BOCES' leadership award
The most prestigious service award annually bestowed by the Broome-Tioga Board of Cooperative Educational Services this year goes to Elizabeth VanOsten, a longtime teacher, coach and mentor to Special Olympics athletes throughout the region.  
Beware of unauthorized solicitations
We have received reports of a young male going door-to-door in neighborhoods near the Binghamton-Johnson City border soliciting bogus sales and donations under the guise of fundraising for a Broome-Tioga BOCES program.

Residents should be aware that there are no such legitimate fundraising activities currently underway, and that BOCES generally does not encourage door-to-door activities of this sort. Residents who have been approached by this individual, or may have information about this individual, are urged to contact their local police agency.  

It's graduation season here at BOCES
Hundreds of students from a variety of BOCES courses and programs will soon walk the stage to receive recognition for a job well done. To download a complete schedule of these ceremonies and events, click here  
Students bring talents to the stage
On April 30, Broome-Tioga BOCES’ Evertech High School and library mediacenter hosted a combined showcase of talent and poetry.  There were 15 performances, including some personal poetry and raps and students singing, all overcoming their fear of the stage to share their wonderful voices. Student master of ceremonies was Donovan Mpintos.
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Evertech student wins community service award
Shannon McSain, a senior in Broome-Tioga BOCES’ Evertech High Schol, is this year’s recipient of the Student Community Service Award, a scholarship program sponsored by state Senator Thomas W. Libous, Broome-Tioga BOCES, and WBNG-TV. 
Hundreds of students examine career options at BOCES fair
Students from across the region visited Broome-Tioga BOCES recently for our annual Career Information Fair. The event featured representatives from approximately 65 local businesses, agencies and non-profit organizations. An estimated 1,300 students got to explore some exciting career options.

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