Duo Cook Up State Wins, Forge Unique Bond

Two ProStart state culinary competition wins over two years—and the teamwork and preparation they involved—have created a unique bond for seniors Kathryn Manchester and Alexia Torres. The duo, who attend Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School from the Cobleskill-Richmondville Central School District, will graduate this June as two-time state champs and among the best …

From Career Fair to Solid Career

Senior Mark Molesky earns kudos for his skills, lands HVAC/R job pre-graduation Mark Molesky first learned about Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC/R) during a career fair at Schoharie High School. Four years later, Mark is set to graduate high school, already has a job in the industry and is considered one of the …

Students with Autism Thrive in Specialized Program

For students with autism, many of whom struggle to make sense of spoken words, having well-organized visual supports to guide their learning can make all the difference. Our new TEACCH program was designed with these students in mind.

Julianne Scanlan Awarded Clinical Education Honor

Utica College’s award recognizes educators for their significant commitment to teaching and service. Congratulation are in order for Julianne Scanlan, physical therapist, on receiving this year’s Award for Excellence in Clinical Education from Utica College for her work over the past 16 years teaching clinical physical therapy skills to college student interns. Julianne has been …

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