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June 2023 Quarterly Commitment Report
school districts participated in computer-based testing for spring Grade 3-8 state tests.
Prospective students learn about the skilled trades at annual Career Jam.
Annual career fairs connect high school and adult learners with area employers, future jobs.
Game Design & Implementation scholars partner with Watervliet Shaker Society on interactive tour of its historic sites.
Career & Tech scholars sign letters of intent to work with area businesses at annual Signing Day.
23 component school districts’ boards of education approve our 2023-24 budget.
students showcase their artistry in virtual BOCES Art Show.
Adult Practical Nursing (APN) students connect with area healthcare providers at annual career fair.
students showcase strong professional skills at SkillsUSA competition; seven head to National SkillsUSA competition in Atlanta.
Career & Technical Education graduates set to move on to college and career paths.
students inducted into National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) for continued academic rigor.
Special Education program grads move on to postsecondary learning and jobs in their communities.
district staffers upped their cybersecurity game at NERIC’s Cyber Incident Response Facilitated Tabletop Exercises.
Livingston Energy, CTE grads collaborate on installation of electric vehicle charging stations at Albany campus.
school district leaders dig into virtual learning at NERIC’s first Virtual Learning Forum.
staff gain new skills in digital accessibility, customer service and more at NERIC’s spring PD Day
New district superintendent Lauren Gemmill appointed to lead Capital Region BOCES.
Capital Region youth gather for the first annual Elevating Student Voices Youth Summit at Proctors Theatre.
Adult High School Equivalency (HSE) teacher Frank Finch named Teacher of Year by NYACCE.
budget publications printed for 69 school districts statewide, helping voters make informed decisions at the polls.