Mexico High School senior and New Vision Business student, Alyssa Facteau, joins Chirello Advertising and Marketing this school year as the agency’s newest intern.
oswego county boces
BOCES Students in Missie Nabinger’s Early Childhood Education program recently finished writing and illustrating original children’s stories.
Career and Technical Education students enrolled in the Culinary Arts program at Oswego County BOCES ‘make the cut’ during a recent live demonstration. Fritz Hammond, a local meat cutter with over 40 years of experience, stopped by the Culinary Arts’ kitchen to give students a hands-on lecture on what lead instructor Chef Sara
Bryant & Stratton College hosted the second in a series of career-focused workshops for students enrolled in Career and Technical Education (CTE) classes at Oswego County BOCES.
The public is welcome to attend the following informational meetings about the proposed Oswego County BOCES (OCB) renovation project: Thursday, January 27, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in the district office board room of the Sandy Creek Central School District. Wednesday, February 9, 2011 at 6:30 p.m. in the district office board room of the Hannibal
At their December meeting, the members of the Oswego County BOCES Board of Education approved the appointment of Paul Gugel in the newly created position of Director of Adult & Migrant Education.
Students and their parents are invited to attend the informational evening to gather details about the New Vision classes offered through OCB.
Students and staff at OCB collected paper products for Francis House, on Michaels Avenue in Syracuse. Francis House provides a home and a supportive extended family to people with terminal illnesses with a prognosis of six months or less to live. Pictured with the paper products is Marian Becker (left), fellow OCB teacher, Barb Kickbush and student helper Mike Buffett.
Each year the Oswego County BOCES (OCB) Migrant Education Outreach Program (MEOP) works to provide Holiday Baskets to the migrant students and families they serve, and the OCB staff responds with generous support. Paul Gugel, Migrant Education Coordinator spoke of the response by employees saying, “People are really generous. We are very thankful for the
The Oswego County BOCES (OCB) Deaf/Hard of Hearing Club took on a community service project that was aimed at helping homeless and abandoned animals in Oswego County. Starting in November student club members made it their mission to collect supplies for the dogs, cats, and other household pets currently awaiting adoption at the Oswego Animal