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District Attorney Michael Korchak stands at the lectern build by three BOCES carpentry students (left) It's 'sappin' season' at BOCES as students tap maple goodness Students perform a bit of "paw maintenance" at the Animal Science Center Auto tech students learn hands-on with COVID precautions West Learning Center students get a firsthand look at police work during visit by Tioga County Sheriff's Deputy Andrew Tripicco. The visit was part of the WLC Futures program. BOCES staff members "dress blue" to celebrate anti-bullying day First day is all smiles for returning students BOCES staffers team up to create, donate face shields in pandemic fight Criminal justice students help early-morning visitors find event parking
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MOVE thumbnail MOVE students mark 100 days with 100 steps
Students and staff in BOCES' MOVE (mobility opportunities via education) program decided to share the joy of developing independence by stepping out and creating a video to mark the completion of 100 days of school. The heartwarming celebration can be seen here:

https://youtu.be/YX7yHwUMFt0

Note to viewers: due to medical exemptions, some students in this video cannot wear face coverings. 
Click on headline to read more about our MOVE program.
 
WLC black history month Historic accomplishments highlighted at Black History Month presentation
Faculty and staff at Broome-Tioga BOCES' West Learning Center in Apalachin introduced students to four historically influential Black women during the school’s  February 22 presentation celebrating Black History Month. (click on headline to continue)
 
Black History Month logo Famous faces adorn the walls for Black History Month Challenge
Some staff members at Broome-Tioga BOCES’ East Learning Center (ELC) in Binghamton came up with a creative way to celebrate Black History Month by creating an educational challenge that, for those who know their history, has a sweet ending. (Click on headline to continue)
 
affirmation cards Notes of caring help 'turn those frowns upside down'
Seeing students start their day off with a smile is one of Katie Maerkl’s goals as she monitors the entrance at Broome-Tioga BOCES’ Glenwood Road education center.
Think of it as a fresh spin on an old idiom: “Turning that frown upside down.” (click on headline to read more, see photos)
 
New Visions logo New Visions students wrap up Junior Achievement effort, aid local charities
Students in Broome-Tioga BOCES' New Visions Business Academy concluded their Junior Achievement project with a formal presentation (virtual) that included sharing the profits generated by their company, 13 Visionaries. Click here to view news coverage.
 
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