Herkimer BOCES is on a two-hour delay today, Wednesday, Nov. 16.
The Herkimer BOCES Pathways Academy Student Council recently organized a fundraiser for the Herkimer County Humane Society. Pathways Academy staff and students raised money, brought in food and treats for the animals and donated cleaning supplies to help the shelter. Classrooms competed for the most donations with the winning classroom receiving doughnuts and apple cider. The Ms. Taylor/Ms. Oriole room won first place. The Mr. Dygert/Ms. Davis room placed a close second and also received doughnuts and apple cider. Pictured here, Student Council advisors Cheri Evangelista Dina DeSarro pose with the donations as they dropped them off at the Humane Society.
Some more photos of Pathways Academy staff in 80s gear for Halloween!
Pathways Academy staff had an 80s theme for Halloween yesterday and had "tons of fun" with it!
One last set of photos from this great review lesson arranged by Ms. Cave and taught by our 11th grade Health Science Careers students.
A third set of photos from the review lesson arranged by Ms. Cave and taught by our 11th grade Health Science Careers students.
More photos from the review lesson arranged by Ms. Cave and taught by our 11th grade Health Science Careers students.
Review lesson arranged by Ms. Cave taught by our junior Health Science Careers students. Groups prepared a lesson on their topic. There was demonstration of examples and non-examples, posters, a modified fairytale to illustrate infection transmission vectors & a vocabulary game.
Students in our Visual Communications Media Arts program made these amazing T-shirts for Ms. Cave’s field hockey team. They designed them together! All are very happy with the result!
Help make and sample a healthy food dish during Parent Academy at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 2! Parent Academy is open to parents in all Herkimer BOCES component school districts, and free child care is provided! Please RSVP to Ed Czarnecki at email@example.com or 315-985-0185. Parent Academy takes place at Gregory B. Jarvis Middle School at 28 Grove St. in Mohawk. The Nov. 2 Parent Academy features a presentation from SNAP-Ed New York. SNAP-Ed will be using the “Cooking Matters for Adults” curriculum. The lesson includes information on nutrition, shopping for healthy meals on a budget and healthy cooking tips. In addition, the educator will have a food demonstration where participants have a chance to participate in making and sampling a healthy dish.
Here are more photos of Cosmetology students volunteering at the Peace in the Park event on Saturday, Oct. 22, at the ARC Park.
Our Cosmetology students volunteered at the Peace in the Park event held at the ARC Park on Saturday, Oct. 22. These are some photos of them polishing nails, putting temporary spray in the hair and helping with kids crafts.
Visual Communications Media Arts students with a spooky fundraiser project.
Visual Communications Media Arts students working on a clothing project.
Welding seniors working on projects
Cosmetology seniors were practicing their techniques today or working on real clients…
Welding seniors working on projects!
Cosmetology seniors were working hard in class today!
This year’s house is underway! Mr Martin is working with his 11th graders on a beautifully sunny day.
READiTEC projects. Students are in stations either working on a current project for the community or researching for a personal project.