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Cutting Edge: "Clean Energy and Battery Storage" Program
Our brand-new Clean Energy and Battery Storage program, housed at Chenango Forks High School, offers students from throughout the region a formal introduction to this emerging industry that experts project will produce 43 million new renewable energy jobs by the year 2050.
Our district-based special education program added a presence in the Susquehanna Valley district this fall. The new classes join others in Vestal, Harpursville, Windsor and U-E school districts.
Moving Day for Our Third Habitat House
On December 8, a crew moved our third student-built house for Habitat for Humanity. With little fanfare, they arrived, hoisted the two halves into the air, placed them on steel trailers and transported them just a bit up Glenwood Road, to the new site on Linda Drive. The house was placed onto the waiting foundation, right next door to the last Habitat house, finished a couple years ago. The house was built by not only Broome-Tioga BOCES Carpentry students, but students from several other trades disciplines. Habitat volunteers will complete the structure in the coming months.
Summer STEAM Academy
Hundreds of students took part in our summer camps, including the STEAM Camp, shown here.
Each school year we add more and more students to the list of those participating and competing statewide (and sometimes at the national level).
Broome-Tioga BOCES Recognized for Supporting Employees with Disabilities
We're proud of all our people and programs here at Broome-Tioga BOCES, but it's wonderful to be recognized by the New York State Education Department for excellence in employing individuals with disabilities. Jessica Burrell, a speech language pathologist here, was part of the linked news report. We're thankful for everything Jess does, every day, for our students.
Seven Hired for IT Specialist Co-Ops
On November 14, seven IT Specialist students at Broome-Tioga BOCES began training with the South Central Regional Information Center (SCRIC), and soon will join SCRIC teams already working at their home school districts and on site here at BOCES. This is the third year the SCRIC has offered this amazing opportunity, giving our students valuable hands-on work experience in their chosen career path. (Pictured with the students is IT Specialist instructor Mocca Shabaz.)
Making Steel Snowflakes (Holiday Welding)
Our Welding classes recently worked on metal snowflakes when we stopped by the Education Center workshop. These cool ornaments will be used as gifts and decorations by our students and staff during the holidays. Talking with veteran instructor John Shear, he shared that this fall’s Welding enrollment at Broome-Tioga BOCES is at an all-time high, with 95 total students (44 morning, 40 afternoon, 11 adult/evening). Shear said that when he started as an instructor in 2001, there were 19 Welding students that first year.
Our Newest Nursing Graduates
Each June a long list of Broome-Tioga BOCES graduations is punctuated by our ceremony to honor those becoming Licensed Practical Nurses.
There's A New Boss in Town
Our Jibriel Roberts, who works in the student copy center at Broome-Tioga BOCES for a few hours each day, has been promoted to office manager. The copy center is overseen by Susan Groff, and the Work Experience program here at BOCES is run by our Career Development Center. We are so proud of Jibriel!
At Broome-Tioga BOCES, our growing Culinary Arts program offers students tremendous hands-on opportunities in the kitchen and in the community. These students, shown here, won the Peoples' Choice Award in this fall's Fresh Food Faceoff, having competed against respected regional restaurants.
Advanced Health Science Seniors Take Next Step
Our Broome-Tioga BOCES senior Advanced Health Science students hit the road today (November 2), as they began their clinical portion of their studies. The group will perform their clinical work at United Methodist Homes, Hilltop Campus, Johnson City. Best of luck to all!
Broome Leadership Institute Visits Broome-Tioga BOCES
Members of this year's Broome Leadership Institute visited Broome-Tioga BOCES on Thursday, November 2. They toured our main campus, met with representatives from numerous pieces of our vast puzzle, received an overview of our BOCES Capital Project proposal, heard from a student rep from SkillsUSA, got treated to lunch prepared by our Culinary Arts juniors, and much more. It was a full day.
West Learning Center Expands Its Food Bank Operation
We celebrated the grand opening of our newly improved food pantry at West Learning Center on Monday, October 16. With October being World Food Day 2023, it was appropriate to unveil the new food pantry after also receiving a $14,000 grant from the Southern Tier Food Pantry. The WLC food pantry pick-up for participating members of the community will be every Wednesday, from noon until 2 p.m.
Auto Body at BOCES
In our Auto Body course at Broome-Tioga BOCES, students don't just hear about fixing vehicles, they actually get the chance to do the body work on cars, motorcycles, trucks, trailers and more.
Fifty-five new professional staff began the new school year at Broome-Tioga BOCES in September.
The popular annual competition day involves a handful of our programs, as students compete in their areas of study. These areas include: HERO (heavy equipment operation & repair), Culinary Arts, Cosmetology, and Video Production.
PALS/Oak Tree Food Pantry
WBNG recently visited Broome-Tioga BOCES' main campus for a story about our PALS/Oak Tree food pantry.
Kids CAN Build
Students at nine area middle and high schools are getting the chance to test their STEM skills and help CHOW with Kids CAN Build.
The juniors in our Broome-Tioga BOCES Culinary Arts program recently participated in a class cake competition.
New Visions students introduce their company, offer $4,000 donation
On Wednesday this week, students from our New Visions Business Academy presented details about their Junior Achievement Company, InnoVision. The company did so well that they were able to donate $4,000 to one local charity.
Growth in Skilled Trades Sparks BOCES Renovation Project
A massive, multi-year construction project will help a learning center in the Southern Tier meet the growing need for trades workers. The $46 million project was just approved to upgrade infrastructure and add more classroom space to Broome-Tioga BOCES, an expansion many say was needed.
Watch the full story on Spectrum News.
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