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Environmental Education COSER

Want to take learning off the page and out into the community? Interested in connecting real-life challenges and experiences with your instruction? Dream of doing something different with your students? Environmental Ed might be what you have looking for!

Environmental Education is a shared instructional program for observing and demonstrating processes directly related to the environment, its abuse or enhancement. Possible requests can include but are not limited to: Professional Learning, Field Trips, Speakers, demonstrations, and Farm to School activities.

Use the How Can We Help link below to submit a request and I can help you plan your Environmental Ed experience.

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Partnership for Successful Transitions

Need help transitioning a young person between a school and an inpatient mental health program? Whether you are a parent, youth, educator, hospital provider, or community provider, the PST is a model that can increase the likelihood of a successful transition back to the school and community. Hopefully, this brief guide will help you understand how the partnership works and your role in the process.

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Gifted and Talented

BOCES will operate shared academic and occupational programming during or after school and during the months of July and August, which may be explicitly tied to instructional technologies, NYS CDOS standards, and/or college and career-ready standards; programming may include internships and mentorships with local Academic programs, including but not limited to: robotics, STEM/STEAM offerings, digital media, systems thinking, learning analytics and digital citizenship.

Occupational programs may be tied to the NYS Career Development and Occupational Studies standard. They can include but not be limited to life skills, the world of work, integrated learning, and internships. Activities and programs may operate at BOCES, in a regional district, in an institution or higher education, or in other specialized facilities, and Consultants may be utilized.

How Can We Help with green text below that links to a google form to request services and support form the Regional School Success Team.

Contact Us

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Teresa Heatherman
Coordinator of Cooperative
Enrichment Programs
(607) 257-1551, ext. 7204