Intro to Computational Thinking

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Cornell Tech and TST BOCES are continuing to promote computer science in schools by emphasizing a concept called computational thinking. Computational thinking is a method of problem solving that uses terminology rooted in computer science to provide a vocabulary to help students contextualize their thinking. This approach helps educators integrate computer science into the teaching […]

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Cayuga Health Demonstrates Robotic Surgical System to Students

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Cayuga Medical Center (CMC) brought the da Vinci Dual Xi, the latest, most advanced, robotics surgical system to TST BOCES to demonstrate its capabilities and benefits to students in programs related to health and medical careers as well as robotics. Approximately 50 TST BOCES students attended the demonstration from several Career and Technical Education (CTE) […]

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Updates to Culinary Arts’ Cafe

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The Career and Technical Education’s (CTE) Culinary Arts program has given the on-campus café a new name and a new look. Now called Bistro 555, the café has been outfitted with new booths and tables previously used in a restaurant in Auburn’s historic Plaza of the Arts building. Flooring purchased from B & B Flooring […]

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Doug’s Fish Fry – Monday, November 18

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Doug’s Fish Fry To Go will be on campus at TST BOCES in the south drive parking lot Monday, November 18 from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Proceeds to benefit TST BOCES. To place orders contact Katrina Klee in RAS 607-257-1551, ext. 2500 See you there!  

RAS Seniors Visit Polls on Election Day

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A group of seniors in the Regional Alternative School (RAS) Participation in Government class took a field trip to visit polling locations on Election Day 2019. The students visited polling places in Ithaca, Varna and Etna. Participation in Government instructor Zach Leviere was able to vote and demonstrate the process, then students who were eligible […]