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Group photo of New Visions Business Academy students Animal Adventure Park owner Jordan Patch brings his high-energy presentation to BOCES The Johnson City High School Sophisticats perform their holiday concert for a special audience Broome Leadership Institute Class of 2019 visits BOCES Students, officials cut ribbon for new Visions FCU branch at BOCES BOCES students and staff support Special Olympics at annual 'Freezin' for a Reason' Polar Plunge Foreign exchange teachers (l-r) Nirupama Kaushik and Jasmine Shah from India visit the Habitat for Humanity home project during a tour of BOCES October 31. The annual STEAMfest at the Oakdale Mall - hundreds get to explore, discover EMS volunteers share career experiences with Health Science students 600-plus students attend regional Construction & Technology Career Day Students, staff stand together against bullying - kick off month-long focus Evertech and P-TECH students volunteer for Day of Caring An early morning view of BOCES' renovated greenhouse BOCES P-TECH seniors receive acceptance letters to SUNY Broome P-TECH Computer Science students introduce preschoolers to coding Survivor advocate Jacy Good talks about dangers of distracted driving
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New Visions logo New Visions JA project concludes with presentation to shareholders, donations to community
For approximately three months, a group of 11 area high school seniors ran a company called “NVision” that ultimately generated more than $4,400 in income, paid dividends to shareholder, donated thousands to community charities, and provided valuable experiences in the day-to-day workings of the business world. (click on headline to read more)
 
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In the news logo P-TECH student wins national 4-H award
A Johnson City student enrolled in BOCES P-TECH program is one of four young people from around the country to receive national honors by the 4-H Club.

Senior Clyde Van Dyke won the national 4-H Youth in Action STEM award for his work in mapping the impact of the opioid epidemic across the country from 2000-2016. He will be honored at the national 4-H Gala in Washington, D.C. in March. (click on headline to read more)

 
In the news logo Local child and BOCES interpreter featured in national Christmas story
A first-grader at St. James Roman Catholic Church who wears a cochlear implant received a special surprise recently when she returned to class to find a new addition to the classroom elf collection: an elf named Holly who also wears a cochlear implant.

The touching story was made possible by the student’s teacher at St. James, Olivia Dennison, and BOCES interpreter for the deaf, Lynette Shear, who works at St. James.

To read the full story, click here.

 
Cards for the elderly Students work to bring joy to local home-bound and elderly
Students in our PALS and Oak Tree programs joined with a local radio personality to create Christmas cards that will be distributed to elderly residents in the area.  
In the news Special Olympics athlete featured for accomplishments
Broome-Tioga BOCES Special Olympics athlete Jared Lamb is making news for his accomplishments on the wrestling mat at his home school at Tioga Central. Having competed in the USA Special Olympics this past July, the 16-year-old was selected for the USA International Special Olympics that will compete Abu Dhabi in March.
Click here to view the Fox 40 News story.
 
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