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WARS, competitions
Carpentry Jumps Into the WARS DAY FrayCarpentry became the newest area of competition this spring as we celebrated our annual WARS DAY, during which students at Broome-Tioga BOCES competed in six different areas of study. Please take a look at our fun video from the day that shines a light on all the competitions.Read more...
special olympics, run, throw, smiling
Our Student-Athletes Won the Day at Special Olympics RegionalWhether they sprinted, paces themselves, through object long distances or cheered for their teammates, our Broome-Tioga BOCES student-athletes stood tall at the spring season Special Olympics regional competition at Chenango Valley High School. Take a look at our video from the day and get a real feel for the event. Well done, everyone.Read more...
competitions, food, cosmo, carpentry, trades, graphics, TV
WARS: A Whirlwind of Competitions in One DaySix different areas of study at Broome-Tioga BOCES held competitions, concurrently, on our main Glenwood Road campus in May. Culinary Arts, HERO (Heavy Equipment Repair & Operation), Graphic Arts, TV Production, Cosmetology and Carpentry, all right here in this fast-paced, fun video. Take a look!Read more...
cops, interviews,
Criminal Justice Students (Mock) Interview With Law Enforcement ProfessionalsSenior students from our Broome-Tioga BOCES Criminal Justice program this spring participated in mock interviews with members of the local law enforcement community. Organized by the BOCES Career Development Center (CDC), this is an annual career-readiness event that is made possible due to volunteer interviewers within the field.
Dougherty, award, honor, board of education
Michael Dellacorino Wins 2024 Ron Dougherty AwardThis spring we celebrated Michael Dellacorino (second from left) of our Human Resources Department, named the 2024 recipient of the Ron Dougherty Award. Congratulations to Mike on this prestigious annual BOCES honor.
trades, 30 minutes,
30 Minutes in TradesSometimes it's hard to believe - even for us, and we're here every day - just how much goes on in not just a day, but in one hour at Broome-Tioga BOCES. This new feature, which first took a look at many trades locations over just 30 minutes one day, is the first of what will be regular "30 Minutes in" looks throughout BOCES. Check out this brief video and try to keep up with our students.Read more...
draw blood, nursing
Congratulations to the Newest Class of Phlebotomy GradsCongratulations to our most recent Broome-Tioga BOCES Phlebotomy class on their graduation in May. All the best to everyone as they move on to their next chapters.
Jump, new visions, business
A Jump in the ParkThe New Visions Business Academy had an amazing tour and play time at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park in Endicott. The group recommends the spot for your next family camping trip, school field trip or event.
paint, welding, trucks, auto
Several BOCES Trades Combined Efforts on RaceTruck ProjectMetal trucks came together over the course of a handful of months as Broome-Tioga BOCES students in Auto Body, Manufacturing, Welding, and Building Trades combined efforts on everything from the manufacturing of the trucks, to painting them, and the construction of a 32-foot racetrack. We received some media attention for this fun project. Click on the link here to check out one of those stories.Read more...
renewable energy, battery, careers
Cutting Edge: "Clean Energy and Battery Storage" ProgramOur 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.Read more...
senator, law, government
New Visions Visits the CapitolNew Visions Law & Government instructor Ani Loew took her students to Albany, where they met with Senator Lea Webb. They discussed legislative priorities and policy ideas aimed at enhancing our schools and ensuring student safety.
disability, ability, teacher, therapist
Broome-Tioga BOCES Recognized for Supporting Employees with DisabilitiesWe'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.Read more...
Habitat, carpentry, construction, trades
Moving Day for Our Third Habitat HouseOn 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.Read more...
STEAM Academy, drones
Summer STEAM AcademyHundreds of students took part in our summer camps, including the STEAM Camp, shown here.Read more...
Nurses, licensed, graduation
Our Newest Nursing GraduatesEach June a long list of Broome-Tioga BOCES graduations is punctuated by our ceremony to honor those becoming Licensed Practical Nurses.
leadership, community, broome county
Broome Leadership Institute Visits Broome-Tioga BOCESMembers 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.
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