Taking blood pressure readings
Two students in hard hats building a house
Student welding with flying sparks
Student in lab coat with test tube
Culinary students serving on a buffet line
Dental student wearing purple gloves and face mask
CTE Student Ambassadors demonstrating welding to visiting eighth-graders.
CTE Student Ambassador demonstrating skills to visiting eighth-grader.
CTE dental student working with BOCES preschool student.
CTE students working on a zombie house
Student using a model skeleton to learn about muscle structure.
Student in yellow hard hat framing a house

Career & Technical Education


Close-up of phlebotomist at work

We’re hiring at CWD

We are currently hiring a part-time Phlebotomy teacher and a full-time Adult Education and Career Advisor. Click through for details! More +
Book Fair Info

SEPTO Scholastic Book Fair

The best gifts are books! Open to everyone, Dec. 5-10 (see hours) at ESC on Big Ridge Rd, Spencerport. Proceeds support SEPTO. More +
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CTE students inducted into National Technical Honor Society

Congratulations to our 26 newly inducted members at WEMOCO. More +
From BOCES 2 Library Services

New Resources from Library Services

Did you know the amazing amount and variety of reading, educational and research materials that are available to the BOCES 2 community and component districts through BOCES 2 Library Services? More +
2019 Flu Clinics with photo of sick woman

2019 Flu Clinics

Mark your calendar today! Get the schedule for flu clinics at BOCES 2. More +



Flu Clinic

No appointment necessary. Open to the public (ages 18 and up). Bring your insurance card.
Fee: Payable by cash or check if non-participating insurance or without insurance - $35 

Clinical Questions? Contact Flu Prevention Partners of Workplace Vitality (flupreventionpartners.com) at 585-568-8340
BOCES Questions? Contact Barb Swanson at 352-2749

All clinics are in ESC building, 3599 Big Ridge Rd, Spencerport, NY 14559

Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2019
ESC Conference Room 2
2-5 p.m.

New Visions Parent Information Night

Parents learn about our New Visions exploration programs for college-bound seniors


Career and Technical Education (CTE) offers high school students an opportunity to explore a number of different career and technical fields. Relying heavily on school-based and work-based applied learning, students learn other skills they need for immediate employment, or prepare for a career that requires further education.
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