BOCES Happenings
New Visions students become well rooted in business success
What better way to learn about business than to actually run one?  
K-9 presentation lends insight into specialized police work
Hands-on, real-world experiences are one of the hallmarks of student programing at Broome-Tioga BOCES, and that was certainly the case December 22 when New York State Trooper Bruce Shive and his partners paid a visit to our Criminal Justice classroom.  
Giving back to the community through CHOW
On December 18, a group of seniors from Broome-Tioga BOCES’ Evertech High School visited the CHOW Warehouse at 3 Otsiningo Street to assist with the production of CHOW “surprise” boxes.  
Criminal Justice students assist with parade safety
For roughly a decade students in Broome-Tioga BOCES' Criminal Justice program have assisted local authorities with ensuring the safety of local parade-goers.  
Program offers promise for greater success
Through a partnership between Broome-Tioga BOCES, Binghamton University and the Broome County Mental Health Department, students receive the extra help they need to improve attendance and, ultimately, academic performance. The Broome County Promise Zone was the subject of a recent feature article published by the Press & Sun-Bulletin. Click here to read the entire story.   
Bullock recognized for health leadership, advocacy
Broome-Tioga BOCES’ Professional Development and Resource Center Assistant Director Kerri Bullock has received the “Award of Distinction for School Administrator” from the New York State Association for Heath, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance.  
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