TST BOCES and Newfield students Nora Hernandez and Alex Blakely earned first place at the SkillsUSA competition located at the New York State Fairgrounds this April. SkillsUSA is a nationwide academic association that supports the further development of students whose focus is on careers in skilled trades. The duo is now preparing to head to the SkillsUSA National Competition in Atlanta, Georgia this June. This will be the first time in TST BOCES history to compete for a title at this level.
The Career & Tech Center staff and administration at TST BOCES is proud to announce May’s Students of the Month! Congratulations!These outstanding Students of the Month are chosen based on qualities such as: character, leadership, citizenship, work ethic, and attendance. These students are compassionate, responsible, and positive role models!
JULY 11: The Empowered Educator with Jen Rafferty: JULY 18: Diversity & Inclusivity Symposium of Thought Leaders; JULY 20: CLR Summer Institute with the Center for Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning
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.