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Fifth-graders learn masonry at CTE Summer Camp The Miami-based Cuban band "Cortadito" entertains at Special Education Summer School Year-end events celebrate student success Special Olympics athletes are off and running at the Regional Competition at Chenango Valley High School May 5 Hundreds of students attend annual career information fair at BOCES East Learning Center students, staff roll up sleeves for Food Bank Backpack program Evertech students collaborate in support of 'March Mindfulness' efforts BOCES' Habitat project takes final trip to becoming a home BOCES P-TECH seniors receive acceptance letters to SUNY Broome P-TECH Computer Science students introduce preschoolers to coding Evertech art students prepare for JC "Muralfest" Chicks provide lessons on evolution, development, social behavior, fun Survivor advocate Jacy Good talks about dangers of distracted driving
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SkillsUSA logo Students heading to national SkillsUSA competition recognized

 The dozens of local business people who comprise the committees that advise our career and technical education programs gave a warm reception to some students who best exemplify the skills learned in those programs.

The annual Trade Committee Breakfast recently conducted at Broome-Tioga BOCES featured many of the students who brought home awards from April's state SkillsUSA competition in Syracuse. Seven of those students earned the privilage of attending the national SkillsUSA competition later this month in Louisville, Ky. Overall, the BOCES team placed third out of the 80 teams competing at the state event.

Here is a photo gallery from the Trade Commmitte Breakfast.  

 
CTE programs explored by fifth-graders Elementary students explore career training opportunities at BOCES

Fifth-graders from around the area (approximately 250 in all) recently got an up-close look at the course offerings at Broome-Tioga BOCES' Center for Career & Technical Excellence. The soon-to-be-middle-schoolers were invited to visit several of their favorite career & technical programs, selecting from a list of roughly 30 career & technical offerings available at BOCES.

Here is a gallery featuring some of those visitors.  

 
It's graduation season It's graduation season and BOCES is celebrating success
Broome-Tioga BOCES conducts an array of graduation and award ceremonies recognizing and celebrating the success of our students from throughout the region. For a complete list of events, times and locations, click here.http://filecabinet4.eschoolview.com/02315ADA-2ECC-469E-82FF-71AEE1B02309/2018Gradinvite.pdf
 
To view photo galleries of graduation events, click here
 
BOCES students at Watkins Glen International speedway BOCES' turbocharged mini van takes to the track at the Glen
Broome-Tioga BOCES’ vegetable-oil-fueled mini van once again warmed the asphalt at Watkins Glen International speedway, where students explore the possibilities for alternative energy and strive to improve efficiencies in fuel usage and automotive design. (click on headline to read more, view images)
 
 
Nicole Waskie-Laura BOCES librarian named 'Administrator of the Year'

Librarians in the Broome-Tioga BOCES region each year nominate an administrator who has made significant contributions to the field of school librarianship. They nominate an administrator who is knowledgeable about school libraries and who advocates for school librarians and for the work of librarians in supporting students. The nominees are visionary about the future of school librarianship, literacy and technology.

On May 17, 2018, at the annual “Sharing the Vision” conference for librarians and administrators from districts in the Broome-Tioga BOCES region, Nicole Waskie-Laura was recognized as the “Administrator of the Year.”


 
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