Submitted by Oswego County BOCES
Students in the morning New Vision Allied Health class from Oswego County BOCES are preparing for graduation from the program. An end of the year ceremony will be held June 10th, at 10:00 a.m. in the G. Ray Bodley High School Auditorium.
The New Vision Allied Health course offers qualified, college-bound high school seniors an exciting opportunity to observe the work day of healthcare professionals as they deliver patient care at A. L. Lee Memorial Hospital and other rotations throughout the area.
Students in the class were able to experience the real world environment of the healthcare profession, including the hospital operating room. Students also have an opportunity to earn up to nine college credits through the course and honors level social studies 12 and English 12 are integrated into the curriculum.
For information about the program, contact Ronald Camp, Oswego County BOCES Director of Career and Technical Education and Alternative Programs at 963-4313.