Students in the Ulster BOCES Culinary Arts program baked biscuits for dogs that have been transported from shelters in Texas to the Ulster County SPCA due to Hurricane Harvey.
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.
Ulster BOCES means different things to different people. For Brooke Michaels, Ulster BOCES was a way for her to share her passion and creativity with others and turn those talents into a successful business venture.
The Ulster BOCES Board of Education elected a new president and vice president during its annual organization meeting on July 12. Four members were also sworn in to their newly elected three-year terms
Richard Karl Meng-Haviland, who has been teaching science at Hudson Valley Pathways Academy for three years, traveled his own rough road to success, an experience that gave him deep empathy and compassion for his students.
After completing a rigorous, nationally accredited Surgical Technologist program at the Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education Center, 18 graduates attended a commencement ceremony on Thursday, June 15.
The Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center honored 410 students during its Achievement Award Ceremony, held at SUNY New Paltz on Tuesday, June 13.
Ulster BOCES Hudson Valley Pathways Academy students presented their final projects for the year to an audience of educators, industry leaders, and family members on June 7 at SUNY Ulster's satellite campus in Kingston.
Three Ulster BOCES students were among the 27 of Ulster County's best and brightest students who were recognized for their academic achievements during the third annual Scholastic Achievement Breakfast.
Ten local advocates of public education were honored recently by the Ulster County School Boards Association for their tireless commitment to education.
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.