Please take notice that a Regular Business Meeting of the Orange-Ulster Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) will convene remotely through Google Meet on Thursday, May 13, 2021, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
During the month of March, students throughout the Orange-Ulster BOCES Division of Special Education participated in an extensive community service project called “Operation Send a Senior a Smile”.
Students ages 5-21 created artwork and cards for homebound seniors throughout Orange County. The Orange County Office for the Aging Home Delivered Program then distributed the items.
OU BOCES partnered with Garnet Health Medical Center to vaccinate nearly 200 Career and Technical Education (CTE) and Special Education students in a clinic on Tuesday, April 27, at the Emanuel Axelrod Education Center.
There’s a new doctor in the house at Washingtonville Middle School. Assistant Principal Melissa Pittman recently defended her doctoral dissertation at Manhattanville College and earned the title of Dr. Melissa Pittman.
Dr. Pittman enrolled in the Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership as part of the inaugural Orange-Ulster BOCES Signature Cohort 1 two years ago, but she actually started working on her doctorate about 10 years earlier. As she said, life got in the way - but just temporarily.
Orange-Ulster BOCES Career and Technical Education (CTE) is accepting applications for Little Dreamers Preschool Program. Little Dreamers provides a safe, developmentally appropriate environment for preschool children. Its focus is to offer a stimulating early care and education experience which promotes each child's social/emotional, physical and cognitive development.
For the second straight year, Sophia Amchentsev from the Valley Central School District is the champion of the Orange-Ulster BOCES regional spelling bee sponsored by the Times Herald-Record. The competition involved fourteen spellers from seven local schools.
CTE students in the Education Careers Academy recently transformed the preschool classroom from a winter wonderland theme to a dinosaur theme at the Amy Bull Crist Area Educational Center in Goshen.
The Orange-Ulster Mandarin Chinese Program is excited to announce our upcoming virtual Chinese Cooking & Culture Series which features traditional Chinese dishes made by our Mandarin Chinese teachers beginning Wednesday, December 30 at 4 p.m.