“Walk-In Wednesday” Employment Events

Interested in making a positive impact on children and gaining invaluable classroom experience? Join us for an upcoming “Walk-In Wednesday” employment event and learn about becoming a teaching assistant on our educational team. We offer meaningful careers and a benefit package that includes:   a 10-month schedule, based on the school calendar with optional summer work …

Capital Region School Districts Elevate Student Voices

The energy in the room was sky-high as nearly 40 students from 12 component districts joined together to train as lead facilitators for the new Elevating Student Voices initiative being piloted by Capital Region BOCES this year. The Elevating Student Voices program will offer opportunities for young people from across the Capital Region to engage …

Grad Builds Solid Future With Local Carpenter Union

October is Careers in Construction Month—a time to recognize the importance of the construction trades in America. Throughout the month we will be highlighting the important role Capital Region BOCES plays in supporting the construction industry, locally and nationally. A Schalmont High School graduate found the right career for himself at our Career & Technical …

Women students empowered to pursue construction careers

The national Women in the Trades initiative, designed to increase the number of women in the skilled trades, is showing promise among this year’s new class of juniors now attending Capital Region BOCES’ Career & Technical Center programs.  Seven young women are enrolled in the Electrical Trades, Automotive, Construction/Heavy Equipment, Manufacturing and other programs this …

CDYMCA Preschool Now Open at BOCES

CDYMCA now has a preschool open at our Career & Technical Education Center – Albany Campus. The preschool is open Monday-Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. for children ages 3-5. There are both full- and part-time options available. The program utilizes Creative Curriculum. This approach uses spontaneity and the ability to use everyday opportunities …

Katherine Scheib Honored for Commitment to Service

September 2022 Commitment Award For Service Katherine Scheib, an orientation and mobility specialist with our Special Education division, has received the September 2022 Commitment Award for Service. In nominating Scheib for this award, Director of Special Education Caralee Kardash had this to say: “Katherine’s commitment to service benefits students and districts across our region. Katherine …

Farm to School Month

What does an ideal school meal look like? We would like to think it looks like a thoughtfully prepared meal made with local, fresh and nutritious ingredients! Our Shared Food Services team works every day to ensure we are striving for that goal and bringing the best to our students in the Capital Region and …

Capital Region School Leaders Explore Grading for Equity

School district leaders and their cabinets recently gathered at Capital Region BOCES to explore the topic of Grading for Equity.  Schoharie Central School District Superintendent David Blanchard, who chairs the CRB Superintendents’ Equity Committee, kicked off the conversation. “Building awareness about equity in grading is a priority for Capital Region school districts,” Blanchard said. “The …

Employee Recognition at Capital Region BOCES

We’re proud to regularly recognize employees who embody our guiding commitments of Service, Value, Excellence, Improvement and Leadership. Our Commitments support our mission and purpose, and guide us in our work to support the success of the more than 80,000 students we represent. Commitment Award Recipients Commitment Awards recognize employees who embody a specific commitment. Recipients are …

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