In a letter dated March 18, 2021, thirty one Washington-Saratoga-Warren-Hamilton-Essex (WSWHE) Chief School Officers urged Dr. Howard Zucker, Commissioner, New York Department of Health, to revise the New York State Department of Health’s position on requirements for in-person learning in relation to COVID-19.
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One hundred twelve students, school superintendents, board of education members, legislators, WSWHE BOCES staff, educators and key stakeholders came together for the 6th Annual WSWHE Chief School Officers Legislative Breakfast. The meeting was held virtually.
Our Winter 2021 edition is out now! Catch up on what's happening.
WSWHE BOCES is proud to announce that our very own Mr. Shayne Bishop has been named a News Channel 13 Top Teacher.
Myers Center CTE Criminal Justice Studies students held their annual mock trial.
CTE Program welcomes back and introduces alumni Jeff Piscitelli, the new Technical & Trades Services Instructor.
Johannah Spero, author of several award winning young adult novels, visited the Exceptional Learners Division on January 14.
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.