Ulster BOCES Director of Finance and District Treasurer Lori Wightman, Ulster BOCES Secretary to the District Superintendent Shila Beck, and Ulster BOCES Board of Education President Barbara Carroll were each honored by the MHSSC for their exemplary skills, work ethic, and commitment to the students of Ulster County.
The Federal Communications Commission has recently announced that the new Affordable Connectivity Program will provide eligible families with a monthly discount.
Ulster BOCES, which partners with the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office to place a School Resource Officer (SRO) within its schools, welcomed Deputy Justin Watson to the school safety team this September.
Jim Palmeri, who has more than 33 years of experience working in the culinary arts industry and is currently the executive chef at the Mohonk Mountain House, has been named as the instructor for the new Culinary Arts program.
Ulster BOCES means different things to different people. For Henry Spencer, a 2020 graduate of the Ellenville Central School District, Ulster BOCES was a supportive, nurturing environment where he was not afraid to ask for help and learned to set many personal goals.
This October, the Adult Career Education Center is beginning a new session of the popular Nursing Assistant course, which prepares students for entry-level positions in the ever-growing health occupations field.
The Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education Center will be offering a new program in September—Registered Dental Assistant!
The Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education Center will be offering a new class in September—Dog Talk 101!
A new catalog outlining the selection of affordable and interesting fall courses being offered at the Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education Center has been released.
Two Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center graduates recently received the prestigious “Triple C” award from New York State (NYS) Attorney General Letitia James in recognition of their courage, commitment, and character.
Ulster BOCES means different things to different people. For Nick Martorano Ulster BOCES ignited his natural instinct for technology, and fanned it into a blazing flame that brought him success as biomedical information specialist.
Graduates of the Surgical Technologist program at the Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education Center celebrated their achievements at an end-of-year ceremony on Thursday, June 16 at the Jane Bullowa Conference Center in New Paltz.
Thirty-two students from across Ulster County proudly graduated from the Ulster BOCES Center for Innovative Teaching & Learning (CITL) at Port Ewen during a celebratory recognition ceremony on Friday, June 10.
Days before Antonio Delgado was selected as Lieutenant Governor, he joined New York State Senator Michelle Hinchey and Ulster County Legislator Laura Petit on a visit to Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center.
An Ulster BOCES Welding & Metal Fabrication student has forged a career path in the welding industry thanks to his Senior Capstone internship at Unlimited Metalworks in Cairo.
Twelve Ulster BOCES students in the Cisco & Cybersecurity program took the top honors of Scholar ranking in the 2021-2022 CyberStart America competition.
Eleven local champions of education, including school board members, current and retired staff, community volunteers, and members of the PTAs, were recently honored by the Ulster County School Boards Association.
Margaret Short, dedicated lead school nurse of Ulster BOCES, has received the Ulster County School Boards Association Distinguished Friend of Education Award. The annual award recognizes residents from the county’s school districts and Ulster BOCES for their dedication and commitment to students and schools.
The Ulster BOCES Animal Science program was recently named as a recipient of a $10,000 Agricultural Education Incentive Grant for New Programs.
Ulster BOCES led Andy Leonard to enroll in a world-class culinary school and a college summer externship in a professional kitchen in Montana.