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P-TECH Computer Science students introduce preschoolers to coding SkillsUSA Leadership float passes down the avenue during Endicott's holiday parade Vestal Fire Department brings safety program to BOCES special ed BOCES Panthers take the plunge in support of Special Olympics Students from across the region attend annual Engineering Day BOCES accepts 'Mentoring Day' platinum award from disability awareness group Evertech T-shirt design voted best at Teen Traffic Safety Day Teachers learn to work with Milo, Robots4Autism BOCES gathers to say no to bullying Evertech art students prepare for JC "Muralfest" Welcome back! BOCES celebrates new school year start, staff returning Kids compete in sack race at carnival State DOT surveyors share work experiences with students Chicks provide lessons on evolution, development, social behavior, fun World Champion - BOCES Special Olympian welcomed back from Austria winter games Survivor advocate Jacy Good talks about dangers of distracted driving New Visions Health Academy students get firsthand operating room experience
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P-TECH students show you're never too young to learn computer coding image P-TECH students show you're never too young to learn computer coding

Students in the Southern Tier P-TECH Computer Technology program at Broome-Tioga BOCES recently hosted pre-K students from the Chenango Valley Preschool for an “hour of code.” (click on headline to read more) view gallery

 
Sen Gillibrand visits BOCES, introduces career-readiness legislation image Sen Gillibrand visits BOCES, introduces career-readiness legislation
Directing more federal funding toward skills training and high-tech equipment for schools is the goal of a bipartisan bill introduced by U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand during a visit to Broome-Tioga BOCES on November 20. (click on headline to read more)
 
Future community leaders visit BOCES image Future community leaders visit BOCES
A group of local professionals from the Broome Leadership Institute program visited the Broome-Tioga BOCES main campus as part of a daylong session on education.  The group learned about programs and services offered through BOCES and toured the campus to see many of the programs firsthand.  Broome Leadership Institute is a six-month community leadership program offered through the Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce.  View Photo Gallery. 
Students and staff take the plunge in support of Special Olympics  image Students and staff take the plunge in support of Special Olympics
BOCES students and staff joined dozens of other Special Olympics supporters at the annual "Freezin' For A Reason Polar Plunge" on November 4 at Bowman Lake State Park.
Dressed in superhero costumes and other forms of colorful attire, the group of hardy souls ventured into the 48-degree waters in support of Special Olympic athletes and their families. More than $15,000 was raised at this year's event.
 
Hundreds of students test their skills at annual Engineering Day image Hundreds of students test their skills at annual Engineering Day

Some 300 students from 14 school districts around the region got to test their skills at the third annual Engineering Day hosted by Broome-Tioga BOCES on October 25. (click on headline to read more)

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