Herkimer BOCES programs located at the WEB Complex at 352 Gros Blvd. in Herkimer will be closed today Tuesday, May 17, because power is out. Herkimer BOCES programs located at the Remington Educational Complex and Central Valley and preschool classes in districts will still be open.
It’s fire drill season! Our little ones handled it like it was nothing!
We are looking for businesses to participate in the Frankfort-Schuyler Student and Community Job Fair on May 18! If you want to reserve a table for your business, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ms White had her cosmetology students build models of the integumentary system (skin: the largest organ in our bodies, hair, nails, exocrine glands and sensory nerves).
Mr. Carpenter’s 12th-grade Conservation students preparing for a performance section of their NOCTI exam coming up soon.
Mr. Martin has helped his Building Construction students to accomplish so much since September on this year’s house.
9th and 10th grade READiTEC students learning to make pasta in their culinary unit. Their families are going to love all the pasta!
Mr Reid’s 12th grade students engage in authentic WBL hours on the WEB campus.
Eighth-graders, this is your last change to apply for VP-TECH! The deadline is May 2. Apply Here: https://www.herkimer-boces.org/page/apply-for-vp-tech Pictured: VP-TECH student Mark Hanshaw, of CVA, uses a 3D printer.
Only one week left to apply for VP-TECH! For current eighth-graders, apply here: https://www.herkimer-boces.org/page/apply-for-vp-tech Pictured: VP-TECH student Nickolas Seifried, of Frankfort-Schuyler, uses advanced manufacturing equipment.
There are only 10 days left to apply for VP-TECH! Current eighth-graders, apply here: https://www.herkimer-boces.org/page/apply-for-vp-tech Pictured: VP-TECH student Chris Latendress, of Dolgeville, displays a project.
In READiTEC TODAY: After their lesson on starting a business… time to enjoy the stuffed breads they made the day before!
Animation projects for Visual Communications
Demonstrating the labor-intensive & intricate work required to stamp clothes!
Engaged and proud of their projects and each other in Visual Communications and Media Arts!
Spectrum News recently featured a story about Herkimer BOCES implementing new technology to help students with autism find their voice. Watch the story here: https://spectrumlocalnews.com/nys/central-ny/news/2022/04/18/students-with-autism-find-technology-supported-speech-at-herkimer-boces
If you watched the livestream community forum with the finalists for the Herkimer Central School District superintendent position, now you can take the community survey on strengths and concerns for the finalists. Take the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HerkimerFinalists The survey will be open until noon on Thursday, April 21. If you missed the livestream of the community forum, you can rewatch it at this link before taking the survey: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XDnYCtJ0ew
A livestream community forum with the finalists for the Herkimer Central School District superintendent position will take place today at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XDnYCtJ0ew The schedule is: finalist Paul Kesler from 4:30-5:15 p.m. and finalist Kathleen Carney from 5:30-6:15 p.m. The questions for the community forum were developed through an online community survey. A community survey on strengths and concerns for the finalists will also be posted here following the community forum and will be open until noon on Thursday, April 21.
Herkimer BOCES Wednesday April 20 update due to power outages: Programs located at the WEB Complex and Remington Educational Complex are closed today. Programs in districts that are open today are still operating. Staff, please check your email for more details.
Land your educational future here at VP-TECH! To current eighth-graders, there are only two weeks left to apply! Apply here: https://www.herkimer-boces.org/page/apply-for-vp-tech Pictured: VP-TECH student Reid Pratt, of CVA, and teacher Nathan Purinton fly a drone.