Johannah Spero, author of several award winning young adult novels, visited the Exceptional Learners Division on January 14.
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Graphic Arts students use their skills to communicate about safety.
On December 23 Criminal Justice Studies students from the F. Donald Myers Education Center and the Saratoga Springs Police Department (SSPD) teamed up to spread some joy this holiday season.
The 2020-21 Reopening Plan for WSWHE BOCES required a communication plan which promotes healthy habits to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and ensures safety protocols are being followed. Several activities to sustain engagement were identified.
Prior to COVID-19, BEARs students would do a daily circle time where students get together and talk about their day, and work on social skills. After COVID-19, students were not able to truly interact with their peers. Now with Chromebooks, they are able to engage.
Culinary Arts and Hospitality and Human Services program students at both CTE centers are thankful to be back in the classroom and, at the same time, to be able to help their community this holiday season.
NYSED has developed a Parent Dashboard to increase transparency and make information about school performance and other school-level data easier for parents and the public to access.
An idea that could provide a way to help students make a "costume" they can wear at school on Halloween, express themselves and their individuality, cheer everyone up, and also help students keep themselves and the school community safer!
A little bit of Manhattan came to Saratoga Springs on October 14th, when Ensemble Connect made a presentation via Zoom for Exception Learners at the F. Donald Myers Education Center.
Manufacturing Day, a nationwide celebration of modern manufacturing that aims to inspire future manufacturers, was celebrated a little different this year but it continued to include great opportunities for student interaction and learning.