The Wellness Committee held a successful Lunch and Learn session Friday, March 17 on Superintendent’s Conference Day in the Smith School. For the committee’s first Lunch and Learn, Ithaca Family Chiropractic visited the TST campus to deliver a helpful and engaging presentation about stress management. There were around 35 people in attendance, and each department […]
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The Regional Alternative School is thrilled to be moving forward on an exciting collaboration opportunity with the Cornell Team and Leadership Center, a division of Cornell Outdoor Education. The program is being called the Alternative Leaders Project and will offer a great development opportunity for both the RAS students and Cornell University students involved. Cornell […]
TST BOCES will be co-hosting the Connect. Create. Innovate. conference at SUNY Cortland Friday March 17. The conference will be a professional development event for teachers and school professionals designed to provide creative learning opportunities for educators of all kinds. Attendees will have the chance to participate in a number of experiential, hands-on workshops and […]
TST BOCES student Kinsey Henry will have the amazing opportunity later this month to compete in the Special Olympics World Winter Games in Austria. Henry will represent the USA in Women’s Snowshoeing as she competes in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay race events. The opening ceremony will take place Saturday, March 18th and the […]
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Don’t miss out on the ESSA Meeting on March 14th at the Smith School gymnasium. Register by March 3rd and let your voice be heard!
Nine students from the TST New Visions FFA Chapter joined over 100 of their peers and teachers from across the New York at the State Capitol to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Smith-Hughes National Vocational Education Act of 1917. As a result of this landmark federal legislation, a cohesive national system of career and technical education (of which […]
TST BOCES is hosting a job fair for youth ages 16-21 who are interested in securing entry-level, part-time or summer work in our community. Forty businesses will be on-hand to recruit students from eight area school districts for positions available in their organizations. This event is co-sponsored by TST BOCES and a subcommittee from the Youth […]
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After a long and productive career with TST BOCES, Mary Meeker has announced that she will be retiring from her position as Principal of Exceptional Education at the end of this year. Starting as a Special Education teacher in 1982, Meeker has worked at TST BOCES for 35 years, including her diligent work as the […]
Regional Alternative School (RAS) students went to the Ithaca Community Childcare Center to help lead an art project with a pre-K class. Inspired by the work of legendary abstract artist Wassily Kandinsky, the RAS middle-schoolers worked with the youngsters to create their own works of art. The students and kids listened to a medley of […]
The World of Work Food Service program now makes fresh, whole pizzas to order, and delivers anywhere on the TST campus between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m., or between 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. The students in the food service class make all of the ingredients for every pizza. You can choose from a wide […]
The Career and Technical Education (CTE) Center will be offering prospective high school students a chance to see first-hand the kinds of exciting opportunities BOCES has to offer. Each Tuesday from Jan. 31 to April 11, there will be a“Tech Tuesday,” an opportunity for students to visit any CTE program for the full two-hour period. […]
In conjunction with Tompkins County Public Library and the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, TST BOCES Cooperative Enrichment is holding a creative writing contest open to all students in grades four through 12 called “In Our Own Words.” Using the theme “what does it mean to be human?” as a starting point, students are invited […]