New Visions students draw interest at Suffern High School Elective Fair LEARN MORE
Summer Teen Tech Camp for students entering grades 7-10 starts July 7 LEARN MORE
April 23 now a school day for Rockland BOCES students, staff LEARN MORE
See the front page sticker on the Journal News? Enroll now for Adult Ed spring/summer programs LEARN MORE
Sign up for alerts through Rockland BOCES' Community Portal LEARN MORE
Rockland BOCES is NYSED-approved DASA Training Provider LEARN MORE
Volunteer to be a History Day judge LEARN MORE
Restaurant Night dishes up culinary delights for a crowd LEARN MORE
Siblings of Kaplan students open up at Sibshop LEARN MORE
Rockland teachers explore the Next Generation Science Standards LEARN MORE
Health Careers students put their own unique spin on March Forward activities. Students and staff, moved their bodies so as to exercise different muscle groups. Culinary students did “squats with pots" and automotive students emulated the Karate Kid, holding a waxing competition.
Rockland BOCES Conference Center was the host site for State Senator David Carlucci’s most recent Student Advisory Committee meeting. Sixty students from both Rockland and Westchester, including Rockland BOCES, had a round table discussion about bullying.
Lab work, internships and classroom instruction put Medical Careers Academy students’ fingers on the pulse of the health care industry—and provide opportunities to earn college credits and professional certifications.
Cosmetology students got a “head start” on preparing for SkillsUSA competitions this spring. SkillsUSA contests begin locally; students who demonstrate superior career and technical ability advance to compete at the state and national levels.