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    Scott Palermo Interim Principal
    Phone (845) 295-4172 or e-mail scott.palermo@scboces.org

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    Posted by Suanne Dailey on 10/27/2017 7:00:00 AM

    On October 4th, Katelyn Frye completed her 1000 hour requirement in the Cosmetology program.  She is now ready to take the state board to become a licensed cosmetologist.  Congratuations!


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  • Police Academy Drill Sergeant visits Public Safety Services

    Posted by Suanne Dailey on 10/10/2017 7:00:00 AM

    Students in our Public Safety Program saw what it's like to be in the police academy!

    Only two weeks into the school year and our Public Safety students experienced first-hand what it was like to be a real recruit in the Police Academy.  Drill Sergeant, Rob Rabbit, from the Orange County Police Academy and member of the Orange County Special Operations Group (OCSOG) put our students through practice drills and scenarios as if they were attending the academy. The day turned out to be an experience the students will never forget.



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  • Public Safety Services showing CTE Pride!

    Posted by Suanne Dailey on 10/6/2017 8:00:00 AM

    Career & Tech Tuesdays: Every Tuesday all of the CTE students wear their CTE t-shirts.   

    This past Tuesday, the Public Safety Services program had 100% participation. 

    Great job PSS!




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  • Innovative Design and Construction Tech Programs Work Collaboratively on Ramp Project

    Posted by Suanne Dailey on 10/6/2017 6:00:00 AM

    Our newest program Innovative Design, is working collaboratively with the Construction Tech program to design a new handicap ramp for the Rubin Pollack Education Center.  While the ramp is being designed the Construction Tech program is demolishing the old ramp and will prep the site to build the new ramp.



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  • Culinary Wins SUNY Cobleskill Baking Contest!

    Posted by Suanne Dailey on 10/5/2017 8:00:00 AM

    On Sept 29th both Culinary classes attended SUNY Cobleskill's high school day.  Students toured the campus and participated in activities focused around culinary. 

    Our team of four students: Abigail Hyde, Sullivan West Deidree Davis, Tri-Valley; Shaina Hurwitz, Fallsburg; and Hailee Hogencamp, Fallsburg particpated in a pie baking contest and won 3td Place with their maple pumpkin almond pie. 



    Culinary Team

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  • Natural Resources Attends SUNY Cobleskill High School Day

    Posted by Suanne Dailey on 10/4/2017 8:00:00 AM

    The Natural Resources program attended SUNY Cobleskill for the Agriculture & Natural Resources High School Day on September 29th. Students competed against 36 other high schools and technical schools in a variety of heavy equipment competitions.  Approximately 1,000 students were in attendance.  Students also had the opportunity to tour the facility and speak with SUNY Cobleskill instructors about post-graduate opportunities.

    Alex Bastone, Monticello CSD placed 1st in the Skid Steer Competition and Matt Little, Ellenville CSD placed 2nd in the Bulldozer Competition. 



    Natural Resources Class

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    Posted by Suanne Dailey on 9/18/2017 8:00:00 AM


    Career and Tech (CTE) students from Construction, Natural Resources, Welding, Auto Body, and Auto Tech programs began the introductory day of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10-hour training. Students will use their OSHA training to gain knowledge of industry safety standards to use while at CTE and in their future professions. Having completed the 10-hour course gives students greater job opportunities, higher pay rates, and boosts job and college applications. Most importantly, this will lead to safer work environments for our students, classes, and future employers.



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  • Cosmetology-Pretty in a Minute

    Posted by Lorraine Scardino on 6/21/2017 9:00:00 AM

    On June 20, 2017, Lorraine Scardino cosmetology instructor hosted an government funded educational program called "Pretty in a Minute". Zachary Painter, an experienced licenced cosmetology and barber to presented the "Pretty in a Minute program.

    During the presentation, Zachary demonstrated hot tools/equipment that would help students learn about the current supplies used and help them be industry prepared. Zachary also demonstrated various skills and tips for using the different tools.  After the demonstration, students were able to practice on each other and purchase the tools at a discounted price.

    Being exposed to this program gave the student an opportunity to not only purchases tools, but to become a life time member of the organization simply signing up online. Once a member they also get a lifetime warrenty on the tools purchased as well as education webinars and more. 

    The students were motivated by this hands-on experience with a professional and salon owner from their field. They expressed how much FUN they had learning and keeping up with industry trends.


    Cosmetology presenter from Pretty in a Minute

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  • Career & Tech Center Sponsors Rock the Regents Event

    Posted by CTE Teacher test on 6/21/2017 4:00:00 AM

    On June 17th, the Career & Technicial Education Center at Sullivan BOCES sponsored a Rock the Regents event.  At the event the Pre-Tech, Cosmetology, Auto Body, Auto Tech had a part in making the event enjoyable for over 50 students.

    At the event the band Breach the Barrier played.  


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  • Public Safety/New Visions Health collaboration project

    Posted by James Noble on 6/21/2017

    Public Safety and New Visions Health program recently completed a collaboration project that students from our programs re enacted a mock DWI crash. Students played the roles of first responders as well as victims in the crash. Industry partners from the first responder community acted as coaches to our students. The production was video taped to promote awareness of the dangers of driving impaired, the opioid epdemic as well as showcase what our students have learned throughout the school year. The production also involved  the resources of some of our other Career & Tech Programs. Cosmetology assisted with make up while the automotive program assisted with staging the crash vehicles.

    collaboration project

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