• 9/11 MEMORIAL SERVICE

    Posted by Suanne Dailey on 10/19/2018 7:00:00 AM

    On September 11, the Public Safety Services class conducted a 9/11 memorial service to remember all the lost lives (both emergency services and civilians) on that fateful day in 2001.  It was held at the flags located in the front of SUNY Sullivan.  The Public Safety class currently has a classroom at SUNY Sullivan.

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  • Cosmetology Facials

    Posted by Suanne Dailey on 5/22/2018 7:00:00 AM

    The Cosmetology II class learned all about skin care and concluded the lesson by giving each other facials.   A facial consists of a double cleanse, exfoliant, mask and moisturizer. 

     

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  • Cosmetology 1 & 2

    Posted by Suanne Dailey on 1/17/2018 7:00:00 AM

    Cosmetology juniors and seniors recently held a "Who Doo" competition".  The contest, based on the movie "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas" was a great opportunity for students to use their imagination to come up their best "Who Doo".  The students created hairstyles on their manikins and a rubric was followed to determine the winners.

    Juniors - 1st place: Nina Mota MCS; 2nd place: Makayla Rupprecht, TVCS

    Seniors - 1st place: Ava Barca, SWCS; 2nd place:  Lindsay McCoy, TVCS

     

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  • FALL FESTIVAL

    Posted by Suanne Dailey on 12/14/2017 7:00:00 AM

    Career and Tech hosted our first Fall Festival in conjunction with parent/teacher night.  Teachers were able to speak with parents regarding their student progress while families enjoyed activities set up by all programs.  There was a hayride, chili dinner, bakesale, scarecrow contest and silent auction to name a few.  There were over 100 visitors in attendance. Fun was had by all!

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  • THANKGIVING - A TIME TO GIVE

    Posted by Suanne Dailey on 12/13/2017 8:00:00 AM

    The district wide Back Pack food program and SkillsUSA accomplished a Thanksgiving food drive.  Thirty-eight needy families of our students were given a complete Thanksgiving feast.  All of the donated turkeys and fixings were brought to the Auto TEch classroom where students put together meals for 2 to 15 people.  What a great collaborated effort of our CTE students and staff.

     

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  • EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

    Posted by Suanne Dailey on 12/11/2017 1:00:00 PM

    The Early Childhood Education Program has been busy with their internships at Project Excel in Monticello.  Project Excel Child Development Center located at the St. John Street Education Center provides comprehensive, quality early education services to pre-kindergarten students with disabilities and their typically developing peers.  The Center has served the children of Sullivan County for ten years. 

    What a great experience this is for everyone involved.

     

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  • RIDE TO SURVIVE

    Posted by Suanne Dailey on 12/8/2017 8:00:00 AM

    Teachers and students from the Culnary I, Auto Tech II and Animal Science Programs attended the Ride to Survive Dinner at the Villa Roma on November 11th.  The three CTE programs organized donations from nearly all CTE programs which were raffled off at the event.  Students also baked cookies for attendees to take home after the event.  Car decals were sold for a $1 donation for Ride to Survive.  Students and teachers were thrilled to support an organization that does so much to help the people of our community during such challenging times in their lives.

    Ride to Survive is a non-profit community based organization whose mission is to assist with transportation expenses for Sullivan County residents who are battling cancer.  

     

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  • Auto Tech 2 Experiments with Alternative Fuels

    Posted by Suanne Dailey on 11/6/2017 8:00:00 AM

    Students from Auto Tech 2 removed ethanol from E-10 gasoline as part of a year long investigation into alternative fuels.  These seniors performed an experiment guided by Mr. Lohmann (Auto Instructor) and Mrs. Wilcox (Science Instructor).  The experiment was to 1. learn how to remove ethanol using only water; 2. calculate how much ethanol is concentrated in gasoline; and 3. discuss what impact ethanol additives have on small engines.  This lesson was preceded by making biodiesel from canola oil and will be followed by building hydrogen fuel cell systems.

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  • Public Safety Program Visits Sullivan County Court House and Sheriff's Office

    Posted by Suanne Dailey on 11/3/2017 8:00:00 AM

    The Public Safety Services  classes recently visited the Sullivan County Courthouse and Sullivan County Sheriff's office.  At the courthouse, students were given the opportunity to observe criminal court hearings.  When the cases were over, students sat in the jury box and had a dicussion with Hon. Frank LaBuda, County Court Judge and George Cooke, Commissioner of Jurors.  Judge LaBuda spoke about the court system and all the different employment opportunities in the field. 

    The BOCES School Resource Officer SRO Deputy Sean Grady showed the students the Sheriff's office and answered questions. 

    Thank you for giving our students this unique opportunity.

     

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  • Rusk Coloring Lesson

    Posted by Suanne Dailey on 11/3/2017 5:00:00 AM

    The Cosmetology class participated in an advanced hair color fundamentals lesson.  Kourtney Hall, salon owner and Rusk Educator, came to the Career & Tech Center to teach students how to use the products they will be using in their student clinic, the ClassAct Salon.  

     

    The ClassAct Salon is open to the public.  Please call 295-4121 to make your appointment.  Services are by appointment only. 

     

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