News & Announcements

71 Students Complete Early College Career Academy

The Early College Career Academy (ECCA), a partnership program between the Washington-Saratoga-Warren-Hamilton Essex BOCES and SUNY Adirondack, held its Completion Ceremonies at the SUNY Adirondack Queensbury campus on June 10 and 11.

Student Recognition Ceremony 2021

Celebrating Students! Before the WSWHE BOCES Board of Education meeting on June 9, they celebrated the students with a Student Recognition Ceremony.

BOCES Past, Present and Future - Building Tomorrow’s Workforce Today

Over the last few weeks Career and Technical Education students in the Heavy Equipment Operation and Maintenance, and Environmental Conservation & Forestry program from the F. Donald Myers Education Center in Saratoga Springs have been using their skills for community service at the Washington County Fair Grounds.

Students Recognized for Community Service

Congratulations to Keegan Dussault, a senior from Saratoga Springs High School who is in the Early Childhood Education Program at the F. Donald Myers Education Center, and to Nathan Springer, a senior from South Glens Falls High School who is in the Early Childhood Education Program at the Southern Adirondack Education Center. Keegan was awarded the Saratoga County School Boards Association Community Service Award. And Nathan was awarded the Adirondack Area School Boards Association Community Service Award. Congratulations to all of the award recipients.

Congratulations to the Retiree Class of 2021

Nineteen staff were honored in a retiree recognition ceremony on May 13 at the Ballard Road Conference Center, which also had a virtual option so family members and guests could participate. Collectively, the staff members served 405 years to WSWHE BOCES.

Lift Off

May 5 was a perfect launch date for Regents Math Teacher at the F. Donald Myers Education Center, Carly Edmans, to engage her students in quadratics. She had been looking for a hands on visual approach to illustrate angles of elevation. Stomp rockets proved to be just the thing. Edmans used a lesson from the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory at California Institute of Technology.

Conservation Students Are a Cut Above

The last thing a runner wants to happen when they are hitting their pace is for a tree branch to fall on them, or to slip on the ice. Thanks to the Environmental Conservation and Forestry Student from the Southern Adirondack Education Center (SAEC), at least Granville CSD runners won’t have to worry about this. Career and Technical Education (CTE) students, have been working with the district to make improvements to the Granville High School cross country trail system.
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