High school seniors have three new electives to choose from for next year. Interested students are eligible to participate in a virtual or on campus visitation to learn more information, meet the teacher and students, and tour the classroom facilities.
Career and Technical Education students participate in mock interviews in new virtual landscape.
Students and residents in search of employment opportunities and educational internships packed the Commons to meet with recruiters from more than 15 local businesses.
The mission of our Tompkins-Seneca-Tioga Board of Cooperative Educational Services is to identify, to propose, and to provide high quality services for children and for all the customers served which are economical and efficient in their operation, and which will complement the educational programs provided by the local school districts and other agencies in our region. Our educational programs include Adult Education, Career and Technical Education, Exceptional Education, the TST P-TECH Academy and the Regional Alternative School.