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October 20, 2018

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BOCES

Oswego School Board Gathers Monday, Tuesday

The April regular meeting for the Oswego City School District Board of Education is scheduled for April 26 at 6 p.m. at the Education Center board room. On  April 25, at 9 a.m. members will gather  at the Education Center to vote on the BOCES budget and elect members to the BOCES board.

Entergy Holds County-Wide Science Competition

Uranium Isotopic Separation, Air Filtration, the Study of Generation IV Nuclear Reactors and Fossil Fuel Electrical Generation and the Issues of Acid Rain, were some of the Oswego County high school students’ science projects at Entergy Nuclear’s fifth annual High School Science Competition.

OCB Students Look To The Future

The Adult Education Practical Nursing Program at Oswego County BOCES recently braved the cold, snowy weather to gather with friends, family, and OCB representatives in a Recognition, Pinning and Graduation Ceremony at the school.

BOCES Practical Nursing Class Performs Pediatric Assessment Lab

<p>OCB Practical Nursing student Renee Lewis preps her son Josh’s finger for a glucose screening as part of the Pediatric Assessments Lab in the Oswego County BOCES’ Practical Nursing program. This lab is essential to the completion of the pediatric portion of the class. </p>As Thanksgiving passes by and the holiday season continues, it often brings up thoughts of new beginnings, whether it’s in the form of starting a new calendar year or a New Years resolution. Students in the Oswego County BOCES Adult Education Practical Nursing program definitely have these concepts on their minds as they are nearing the completion of their educational program.

College Day At Oswego County BOCES

Representatives from colleges, universities, technical schools and the military were on hand to answer questions and provide information to high school juniors and seniors from area schools.

Oswego County BOCES Staff and Students Remember Patriot’s Day

Students in the Public Safety and Justice Program at Oswego County BOCES held a special ceremony on Patriot’s Day marking the 8th anniversary of the tragic events from September 11, 2001. Onlookers watched in silence as the cadets stood at attention and members of the program’s flag detail raised both the American Flag and the New York State Flag.

Regional Summer School Supports Make-A-Wish

For the past six years, students enrolled in the Regional Summer School have raised money in support of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central New York, Inc. Pictured at the presentation to Make-A-Wish are front row, left to right: Karen Humphrey, Middle School Assistant Principal; Raina Hinman, Middle School Principal; Michael Smolnik, High School Principal; and Christopher Tynan, High School Assistant Principal. Back row, left to right: Amanda Davis, office assistant; students Hailey Rice and Krista Greenleaf; Andrea Marshall, Make-A-Wish Foundation; and students Michael Bartlett, John Siler, and Travis Castiglia.

Students in grades 7-12 took part in the fund-raising efforts in several different ways. Middle school students participated in two hat days to help raise money for the cause and monetary contributions were collected throughout the entire six weeks of school. The final fundraiser for Make-A-Wish was “Guess How Many M & Ms are in the Jar?”

Performing Art Students Flourish At Summerfame

Performing art students from Oswego County, across New York State and as far away as Los Angeles, Calif., spent the last two weeks of July participating in Oswego County BOCES’ Summerfame Musical Theater Program.

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