Orange-Ulster BOCES Chief Operating Officer William will be retiring at the end of 2022 after leading BOCES for 10 years. The 10 years at BOCES capped Hecht’s 40-year career in education.
Mr. Hecht said he is going to miss the people at BOCES, from the leadership team to the students.
The Orange-Ulster BOCES hosted an Active Shooter Hostile Event training day on November 8, 2022, at their Amy Bull Crist Campus in Goshen. This initiative represents a partnership between the BOCES, Orange County Executive Steven Neuhaus, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office and the New York State Police.
Patricia Millburn, Supervisor of Transportation for Orange-Ulster BOCES, was honored recently with an Award for Excellence for Support Staff at the Mid-Hudson School Study Council's annual Awards for Excellence ceremony.
Striving to make a difference ...
The STRIVE Student Government sponsored a Food Drive during the month of November as their first community service event this school year.
The student government officers, under the leadership of their advisor, Mrs. Kristen Smith, collected, organized and assisted in the delivery of over 850 items and gift card donations to the Goshen Food Pantry.
Thank you to all our students, families and staff for your support!
On Wednesday, April 20, 2022, the Transportation Academy at Orange-Ulster BOCES Career and Technical Education held the first annual Manufacturer’s Day. Corporate representatives from Chevrolet, GMC, Ford, Kia, Mercedes Benz, Subaru, Snap-On Tools Industrial, and Toyota attended.
On November 2nd, Orange-Ulster BOCES held its annual Conference Day. This year’s theme was “Equity and Care for All,” which emphasized the importance of both staff and students feeling welcome, safe, and having fair and inclusive access to academic resources.
During this day of professional learning participants had the option of choosing from three keynote sessions, 17 live webinars, and 32 self-paced, asynchronous courses.