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The annual PALS / Oak Tree Holiday Music Concert was a big hit with family and friends The annual adopt-a-family “Giving Tree” at Broome-Tioga BOCES helped make Christmas a whole lot brighter for more than 30 local families, thanks in large part to our hard-working organizers, Jane Tilleman (left) and Tina Anderson. Students, staff celebrate the season 'floating down the avenue' in the Endicott Holiday Parade Staff lead cheers for BOCES Panthers Special Olympics team Broome Leadership Institute's Class of 2019 visits BOCES BOCES board president Sandra Ruffo and PALS student Jeana Whiting show their support for 'World Kindness Day' BOCES students, staff take the plunge in support of Special Olympics Retired dentist Dr. Sam Ruffo and wife Sandra donate an authentic skeleton to the P-TECH Health Studies program BOCES Board President Sandra Ruffo offers words of encouragement as PALS/Oak Tree Bell Choir prepares to perform at NYSSBA Convention in Rochester New Visions business students meet Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack Criminal justice students help early-morning visitors find event parking Pumpkin launch provides lessons in 'STEM' (science, technology, engineering, math) Vestal fire crew provides home safety lessons for young students  BOCES staff, students kick off 'Bullying Prevention Month' with show of support Students take part in Day of Caring by helping out at JC Senior Center Students hone skills at BOCES' annual Summer STEAM Academy
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good food photo Students compete to get original recipes on restaurant menus
While the theme for the competition was "Restaurant Wars," the end results were more like a culinary lovefest.
 
Working with the owners of five local restaurants, teams of students in Broome-Tioga BOCES' Culinary Arts program were challenged to create a recipe worthy of being placed on the menu at the participating dining establishments. When the tasting and judging was over, all had succeeded to one extend or another. (click on headline to read more)
 
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New visions logo Student-run company produces generous results for local charities
Five local non-profit charities are the beneficiaries of the record-setting profit generated from a company created, owned and operated by students in Broome-Tioga BOCES' New Visions Business Academy. (click on headline to read more, view photos) 
T Downs logo Tioga Downs Community Fund offers support to anti-hunger effort
A program to provide nutritious food to needy students when school is out got a boost recently from the Tioga Downs Community Fund. 
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hour of code logo Students - high school and preschool - work together on computer literacy
Much like teaching the alphabet and counting to ten, it's never too soon to begin introducing young people to the world of computing.

To that end, grade 10 and 11 students in the P-TECH Computer Technology Academy at Broome-Tioga BOCES hosted a visit Dec. 12 (field trip, if you prefer) by a group of prekindergarten children from Chenango Valley Nursery School, where they get some firsthand experience in computer coding and game creation.

Now in its third year, the "Hour of Code" gives BOCES students and prekindergarteners time together to explore how simple computer games are made and how changing the coding can impact the game.

The P-TECH students created the games specifically for the preschool visit using a special programming platform.Each game was designed to help the preschoolers develop their math skills.
 
National Computer Science Education Week and the Hour of Code are recognized each December to promote computer literacy and celebrate the problem-solving, logic and creativity used in coding.  View photo gallery
 
Engineering Day logo Hundreds of area students take the challenge at BOCES annual Engineering Day
More than 1,000 area students put their creativity, ingenuity and teamwork skills to the test at Broome-Tioga BOCES annual Engineering Day events.
For the first time spread over three days due to growing interest, the hands-on challenge attracted students from 25 area school districts as they worked in teams to create the best "Rube Goldberg Machine" using a box of common household objects. The timed challenge was divided into three grade-level categories: high school, middle school and elementary school.

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