With so many people facing food insecurity this holiday season, it’s important to give thanks for what we have and to share with those who may be struggling
This Thanksgiving, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and advisory guidelines urging families to limit the size of gatherings, many may find themselves tasked with cooking a turkey and all its fixings for the first time. Some may feel overwhelmed, or may not fully understand the safety precautions associated with preparing a turkey.
After completing a rigorous, nationally accredited Surgical Technologist program at the Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education Center, 19 graduates attended a socially-distanced commencement ceremony on November 7.
Ulster BOCES means different things to different people. For Wayne Rockwell, a 2016 Onteora High School graduate, it meant adapting and continuing to pursue his dream of becoming a professional chef, despite the coronavirus.
Ulster BOCES means different things to different people. For Amanda Simmons, Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education Center provided her with the solid foundation needed to work as a nurse during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ulster BOCES Center for Innovative Teaching & Learning at Port Ewen and Center for Innovative Teaching & Learning at Anna Devine have appointed new principals.
Ulster BOCES means different things to different people. For Gerrit Blauvelt, Ulster BOCES provided him with the leadership skills needed to work as a paramedic field supervisor during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ulster BOCES means different things to different people. For Cassidy O’Connor, Ulster BOCES provided the opportunity to be immersed in an academic environment that set her on the path towards a rewarding teaching career.
Two of Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center 2020 graduates received the prestigious “Triple C” award from New York State Attorney General Letitia James.
Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center recognized 408 Ulster County students who completed their trades’ technical endorsement requirements during 22 live Senior Tribute Ceremonies held on June 10 via Zoom.
Responding to passionate student interest, Ulster BOCES is adding an Animal Science program to its September 2020 course offerings available to Ulster County juniors.
Ulster BOCES instructors from three programs are producing personal protection equipment, which is being donated to healthcare and essential workers on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19.
In times of crisis and uncertainty, anxious thoughts and feelings can be overwhelming. Remember you are not alone. There are resources available.
More than 100 early childhood educators were among the attendees at the Ulster County Kindergarten Transition Summit held at the Jane Bullowa Conference Center on the Ulster BOCES campus in New Paltz.
A team of female students from various Ulster BOCES programs teamed up to work on a new-build home for a local family in Glasco, NY recently.
Enrollment is now open for Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education Center’s Surgical Technologist program, which begins in September.
The CITL at Anna Devine found elevated levels of lead in drinking water in some homes/buildings. Lead can cause serious health problems, especially for pregnant women and young children. Please read this information closely to see what you can do to reduce lead in your drinking water.
Shouts and cheers rang out during Ulster BOCES High School Equivalency graduation on Monday, February 24.
Ulster BOCES helped Elise Macur build a strong culinary foundation that prepared her to explore a variety of career opportunities in the food industry.
Students at the Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center joined their peers across the nation to celebrate national Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month® in February.