In a project that combined literacy with technology, students in the Wallkill Central School District recently created and printed their own Humpty Dumpty statues on a 3D printer borrowed from Ulster BOCES as part of a unique program called Technology to Go.
Why Ulster BOCES?
Ulster BOCES provides educational leadership and support, along with more than 200 innovative and cost-effective programs and services, to help the eight public school districts in Ulster County meet their academic, administrative, and operational goals. Our programs benefit students, educators, employers, and taxpayers throughout Ulster County.
of our Grade 12 Career & Technical students graduated with a high school diploma or equivalent in the 2015-2016 year
college credits were earned by high school students while in our Career & Technical programs during the 2015-2016 year.
of adult students participated in workforce development and/or career training programs in the 2015-2016 year.
Ulster County students with special needs were served by our Special Education programs in the 2015-2016 school year.
desktops, laptops, tablets, and other devices were procured for local school districts through the Education Technology service
in the 2015-2016 school year.
educators took part in the more than 300 professional development workshops that were presented by Instructional Services experts in the 2015-2016 school year.
environmental hygiene investigations were completed by our Risk Management experts for county school districts during the 2015-2016 school year.
of estimated savings were realized by Ulster County school districts through their participation in the Cooperative Purchasing service in 2015-2016 school year.
For the last 13 years, Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center graduate and Adult Education Nursing instructor Louise Bigando has been fulfilling the mission of Ulster BOCES by teaching and inspiring the next generation of nurses
Ulster BOCES instructors are visiting all Ulster County high schools to speak with students about opportunities at the career and technical education (CTE) program.
The Ulster BOCES Auto Collision Technology program recently received a grant from the I-Car Collision Repair Education Foundation.
A shipment to the International Space Station, which went up on Sunday, November 12, included a dehydrated dessert that was created by three Ulster BOCES Culinary Arts high school students.
Leaders in the early childhood education profession spent November 9 immersed in professional development during the Mid-Hudson Leadership Day, held at the Chateau in Kingston.
Time spent in the Career & Technical Center's Aviation program helped chart Katja Jourdan's course in the aviation industry, where she has landed her dream job as a captain for Trans States Airlines.
Pride and pomp was the theme during the Ulster BOCES High School Equivalency (HSE) graduation, held on Tuesday, October 24.
Ulster BOCES Instructional Services hosted Tech Fest 2017 on Oct. 24, an event which showcased the benefits of technology in the classroom.
Chelsea Tucker pursues her career dreams in healthcare while serving her country.
Emily Laubach's time at Ulster BOCES put her on the fast track to becoming a young entrepreneur.