BOCES Happenings
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.

Graduation and award ceremonies scheduled for all BOCES programs
We at Broome-Tioga BOCES are proud of the many achievements our students have attained and we welcome you to join us in recognizing and celebrating their success. For a complete list of year-end events, click here.
Community turns out to support autism program, enjoy pasta dinner
Dozens of area residents attended the annual Oak Tree Celebrity Pasta Dinner at Broome-Tioga BOCES on April 28, enjoying a delicious meal served by a team of well-known volunteers. The yearly event is a fundraiser conducted in support BOCES' Oak Tree program, which serves students with autism. View gallery.
Career information fair connects students and employers
Representatives from roughly 70 businesses and agencies attended Broome-Tioga BOCES annual career information fair on April 26, offering hundreds of students an opportunity to explore future job options and practice communicating with prospective employers. Conducted in partnership with the Greater Broome Chamber of Commerce and Broome-Tioga Workforce New York, the daylong event is open to all local juniors and seniors as well as adult students. See photo gallery    
Evertech students selected for 'Who's Your Champion" public broadcast series
 A group of students enrolled in Broome-Tioga BOCES’ Evertech Academy were recently selected as contributing authors in a WSKG Public Radio and Television program exploring the hurdles and challenges faced by today’s youth as they strive to fit in and succeed at school.
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