In addition to academic studies, job preparation and life skill building, students in BOCES 2 Transition Program at Roberts Wesleyan are learning the importance of giving back. They recently found a unique way to contribute to their college community.
Posted Thursday, May 13, 2021
Walk-ins OR appointments for all NYS residents 12 years of age and older! May 26 from 1-7 p.m. at BOCES Educational Services Center at 3599 Big Ridge Road. (Under 18 must have parent/guardian present. All adults must have ID.)
Fourth- and fifth-grade students in teacher Cori Smith’s English as a New Language class at Brockport’s Hill Elementary have been exploring what it means to be brave. "Sometimes Brave" author Trista Wilson visited with them on May 6.
Posted Tuesday, May 11, 2021
During National Small Business Week (May 3-7), Act for Education honors local businesses who support our students. Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES has nominated four of our valued partners for this award: BBT Construction, Micro Instruments, Meals on Wheels, and The Gardens at Town Center. Please join us in saying "Thank You!"
Posted Monday, May 3, 2021
Congratulations to the WEMOCO students who won medals at the NYS SkillsUSA State Conference Award Ceremony. Students spent the last two weeks competing virtually against students from Career and Technical Centers from across New York State. First-place winners will move on to the virtual National Leadership and Skills Conference in June.
Posted Monday, April 26, 2021
CTE students are used to obtaining the highest quality instruction to prepare for future careers. That concept was taken to a new level when Monroe County Health Commissioner Dr. Michael Mendoza spent an hour with certified nurse assisting and phlebotomy/laboratory technology students via videoconference.