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OCM BOCES program receives PEB Partnership of the Year award; Four students receive Student of the Year nominations Posted on 7/16/2015
The Media Marketing Communications program at Onondaga-Cortland-Madison Board of Cooperative Educational Services (OCM BOCES) received the Partnership of the Year Award from Partnership for Education and Business, Inc. (PEB) at the organization's Annual Awards ceremony held June 10 at Le Moyne College. Additionally, four OCM BOCES students, Kimberly Cusson ( Culinary Arts ), Alizabeth Knout ( Health Occupations ), Hunter Moore ( Graphic Communications ) and Kristin Rogers ( Laboratory Technology ... More
OCM BOCES to open Cortland County New Tech high school in Fall 2016 Posted on 7/6/2015
The Onondaga-Cortland-Madison Board of Cooperative Educational Services (OCM BOCES) will open a New Tech high school in Cortland County in September 2016. The school will serve area high school students in grades 9-12, and will provide an innovative learning environment that aims to improve students’ college and career readiness through project-based learning, collaborative workspace and technology. The school will also serve to equip teachers with resources that facilitate the creation of engaging ... More
STARS student awarded bronze medal in competitive art exhibition Posted on 6/19/2015
Megan Kinney, an OCM BOCES STARS student and a junior at Westhill High School , was recently awarded a bronze medal for her three-dimensional artwork in the 43rd Annual Teenage Competitive Art Exhibition at Syracuse's Community Folk Art Center . Megan received her honor at the exhibit's opening ceremony held on Saturday, May 30. Her creation, "Pumpkin," was on display with the exhibit through June 13. "Megan has excelled as an art student and is planning on pursing art in college ... More
BOCES Reach students hold cultural celebration at Wegmans Posted on 6/18/2015
On Friday, June 5, students and staff in the OCM BOCES Reach program partnered with Wegmans in Liverpool to present a cultural celebration in the store's restaurant cafe. Students worked groups of seven, each responsible for presenting a different country. The project tied together the students' work from their social studies, health and English language arts classes. In social studies, students were learning about immigration and the "push" and "pull" factors for people coming to America ... More

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