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                                                                               March 2018 
  • Musacchio Honored By Local PBS Station

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    Congratulations to Carol Musacchio for being named one of this year’s WCNY Women Who Make America. She was recognized for her passion and unwavering support for her students over the last 36 years at MOBOCES. A production crew from WCNY visited campus recently to capture video for a TV special about the 10 winners. It is scheduled to air on March 30.


    10 Qualify For SkillsUSA States

    Twelve CTE students qualified for the NYS SkillsUSA competition after earning top places in their contests at the regional event this month at Morrisville State College. The state qualifiers represent four CTE programs, taught by Phil Helmer, Jim Farruggia, Dave Orr and Jill Kelly. Good luck to your students in April!

    MORIC Hosts Girls Tech Camp

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    MORIC’s Instructional Team hosted the first Leadership Through Technology Girls Camp over winter break. More than 30 girls, mostly in middle school, spent the day with Model Schools Coordinators Laurie Yager, Allison Blackwell, Kristina Donley and Tony Williams, and technology experts from NYSCATE and Monroe 1 BOCES to explore a variety of technology and STEAM tools.


    50th Anniversary Update

    MOBOCES is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year and we'll be celebrating this milestone all year. In February, we hosted an alumni panel discussion for Alternative Education High School students. We're now preparing for our 50th Annual Meeting in April, and we will be hosting a meeting of the Tri-County School Boards Institute here on our campus in March. We also have a mini-section on the website about MOBOCES history and the new logo. Stay tuned for more updates, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with our #moboces50 campaign.

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    Teachers Cook Breakfast For Students 


    In Special Programs 5-12 and Alternative Education 7-8, staff cooked pancakes and treated students to a hot breakfast first thing in the morning. Students were appreciative of the effort staff made, and program leaders said it was a good way to model a positive school climate.

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