BOCES Happenings
Stop the Gap Elimination Adjustment
Dear Community Members, Back in 2010, when New York State faced a $10 billion budget gap, the governor and the legislature enacted the GEA to help address the state deficit. Through this law, schools were forced to help close the state budget gap by giving back large portions of their state aid. This law has been in effect for the past five years and has taken nearly $9.6 billion away from schools during that time.  
BOCES conducts annual open house March 10
Students in grades 8 through 12 and their families are invited to attend our annual open house on March 10. Hosted by our Career & Technical Center for Excellence, the event will provide detailed information about the many college- and career-ready programs we offer.
Click here for more information. 
 
New Visions student featured
It was her love of fashion and desire to succeed in business that led Sam Kuchinski to enroll in Broome-Tioga BOCES' New Visions Business Academy. The Owego Free Academy senior was the subject of a recent news feature in the Press & Sun-Bulletin. To read her story, click here.  
Students use personal stories to help others
A group of students in our Evertech High School have reached the semi-final round in the Bright Spots Case Competition sponsored by Binghamton University.  
Evertech students take part in JA program
Students in our Evertech High School are learning the value of teamwork, planning and process as they take part in a Junior Achievement program.  
Statewide social studies resource development session held
On February 12, Broome-Tioga BOCES Professional Development & Resource Center welcomed school library system coordinators, curriculum coordinators, professional development specialists and administrators as they came together to build capacity and share resources related to changes in state social studies standards.  
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