Sullivan BOCES Career & Tech Center Recognizes 183 Graduates (Click for more and to view the ceremony)
On June 16, the Career & Technical Education Center held its Recognition Ceremony for 183 graduating Career & Tech students at the Tri-Valley Central School District. The auditorium was filled with smiling faces, cheers, and applause as the graduates made their way across the stage to accept their certificates, awards, and scholarships. To view the pictures visit our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/SullivanBOCES/
Class of 2022 - Rubin Pollack Education Center Graduates Twenty-one (click for more and to view ceremony)
Sullivan BOCES held its commencement ceremony on Wednesday, June 15, 2022, for the Rubin Pollack Education Center at the Clubhouse at Villa Roma. Family, teachers, and school administrators came together to honor twenty-one graduates for their educational achievements. The Class of 2022 includes Gabriel Bell, SWCS; Anthony Clarke, SWCS; Madison Cohen, MCS; Elijah Corbin, MCS; Catherine Crespo, LCS; Najlee Davis, MCS; Jahshime Diaz, MCS; Clayton Doolittle, FCS; Nicole Heins, LCS; Juan Hernandez, MCS; Jesse Hogencamp, MCS; Andrew "Jake" Hund, RCS; Avery Hund-Gately, LMCS; Zora Ivory, MCS; Iliana Marrero, FCS; Michael Murry, FCS; Nathaniel Perry, FCS; Christian Ramirez, LMCS; Daniel Ronelli, III, MCS; Destiny Staten, MCS; and Deric Young, LMCS. To view the pictures visit our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/SullivanBOCES/
Sullivan 180 has produced a Community Resource Guide for you to use and share. This guide is their response to the number one barrier to achieving better health identified by Sullivan County residents: knowledge of existing resources. It can be complex and overwhelming to identify and locate services that will help in your hour of need, particularly if you are new to the area, or in crisis. After several years of information gathering, Sullivan 180 worked with community partners and the Sullivan County Democrat to print the resource guide in an effort to get it into the hands of as many community residents as possible.