LI Academy Students Showcase Engineering and Critical Thinking Skills
Tech Class Students Design & Construct Their Ideas
Special Education Students Learn about Park System and Conservation
Engineering Students Develop Prototypes, Look for Investors in Shark Tank-Like Project
Computer Graphic Art Students Decorate Staircase to Create Positive Environment
Industry Experts Celebrate STEM, Create Excitement
Jefferson Academic Center Volunteered Their Time and Energy
National Auto Technology Competition Winners - Can you find them behind ALL those checks?
Special Education Students Study Lift and Propulsion
Auto Body & Customizing Students Refurbish Humvee
Equipment Utilized as a Learning Tool
A Schoolwide Food Drive Lets Participants Swap Nonperishables for Cupcakes
A Person-Centered Method for Dementia Patients
STEM Thrives in Special Education Classrooms at ESBOCES
Computer Graphic Art Students Grab the Spotlight
Two Academy Students in Top 10 at the Brookhaven National Lab Competition
A new fish tank and fish has a calming affect on MLC staff and students.
Animal Science Student Gains Experience at Local Aquarium
Special Career Education Students Learn to Publicize, Network, and Showcase Their Business
Students Clean Up the Earth and Give Back to Troops and Veterans
Speaker at Community Legislative Committee Meeting
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Was Used in the Pin Design
Homemade Race Cars and a Simple Propulsion System Drive Home Lessons
Over 300 Clients Serviced at the Healthy Heart Clinics
A Joint Class Project Adds Flavor to American History
Role Reversal Gives Guidance Counselors a Taste of Today's Career and Technical Education
Academy at Ward Tech Auto Tech students take first place
"Hair through the Decades" Project Proves to be Fun and Educational on Several Levels
Tech Students Surprise Recipients with Computer Equipment
Canine Careers Teacher Visits Early Childhood Education Program to Give a Lesson on Angora Rabbits
Academy LI's STEM High School Collaborates with Riverhead High School to Engineer Cardboard Chairs
From Perfecting Venipuncture to Achieving Goals to Be a Health Care Professional
Allstate Helps Develop Tomorrow’s Leaders
Learning the Importance of Heeding Instructions
An Outlet For Expression For High School and Middle School Students
Career and Tech Ed Program Helps Him Hone His Craft
Multiple ESBOCES Programs Work together on a Project to Benefit Many
Food Prep Students Bake, Donate Unassembled Gingerbread Houses to LI Teen Challenge
New Transitional Facilities Resemble a High-End Mall, Offering Special Needs Students Authentic Skills Training
ESBOCES Students Utilize Skills Learned in Class to Salvage Structure Earmarked for Demolition
LI Academy STEM High School Juniors Upgrade Colonial Shoes and Weapons
Let’s Get Savvy, Progressive, Advanced, Radical, and Knowledgeable
Free Resources for the Community about a Disease that Affects Millions
New York State's Only Welding School Visits Islip Career Center
Arts-in-Education Learning Through Creative Engagement
Students Learn How to Become Involved in Legislative Process
Teacher Accompanies WWII Veteran; Students Write Letters
Hand-Twisted Dough, Various Flavors, and a Few Trade Secrets Create Popular Snacks
ESBOCES Student Applies the Skills He Is Learning
Suffolk Legislator Kate Browning Guest Speaker
Demonstration Offers Insight and Opportunities
Students and Staff Recognize World's Largest Maritime Rescue
Premier Technology Event for Long Island Educators
Island Harvest Challenged ESBOCES Students to Eat and Drink Healthy
Students Participate in Two Fun-Filled Days of Events
Cakes Are Symbolic of Countries at Rio Olympics
Summer Career Exploration Where Tradition Meets the Digital Age
Middle School Students Learn the Tools of the Trade
Young Teens Sample Careers in the ESBOCES Summer Career Exploration Program
Gently used books were donated to the school library.
Special Education Students Learn about Great South Bay and More during Community Outing
Students Organize School-Wide Bottle Collection Campaign
Students Participate in Simulated Experience and Learn Not To Drink and Drive
Students Discover Skill, Abilities, and Success
Dental Assisting Students Learn From a Business and Industry Partner
Inaugural Class College Bound; All Received Academic Scholarships to Study Engineering
Canine Career Students Learned About Fish, Canines, and Game Fowl
Over $5,000 Was Raised For the Fisher House Foundation
Collecting Donations and Creating Artwork to Inspire Compassion
A Hands-on Presentation through Cornell Cooperative Extension
Create Obstacle Course Similar to SCPD's Youth Academy
ESBOCES Director of Special Education Key in Making Playground a Reality
Westhampton Beach Learning Center Students Benefit from Work-Internships
Shares Knowledge and Experience with Special Education Needs Students
Special Education Students Fundraise for Ronald McDonald Family Room Children’s Hospital
Photography, Videography and Art Students Recognized
Multiple Programs Work together to Make a Difference, Perform Community Service
Students Don Impairment Goggles to Experience Altered Judgment, Coordination
Students Help Students Develop Trust, Compassion, Focus, and Communication Skills
Children Engage in a Hands-On Experience
Students Research Operation Crossroads; Use 3D Software to Develop Ideas
Hands-On Experiences for Students and Preschoolers
Meet with NYS Officials to Promote Greater Access to BOCES Services and Programs
Student and Teacher Talk about Benefits of STEM High School Program
Canine Career student in Islip Career Center is the winner.
STEM High School Students Learn You Can Incorporate Engineering Into Everything
Students Learn Sorting Concepts and See How They are Applied at Recycling Center
A Classic Fable Updated to Maximize Learning and Fun
LIVE from Centereach Shaving Heads for St. Baldrick's
Healthy Dog Treats Baked, Monies Raised, Blankets Collected
Imparts Message for Special Education Students about Assumptions and Making Judgments
Students Can Take the Test Right in an ESBOCES Classroom
Special Education Students Rebuild & Restore a Barbeque Smoker Made From A 275 Gallon Oil Tank For a Local Fire Dept.
ESBOCES was one of the top five team fundraisers. We raised $18,928!
Classic Board Game Tests Knowledge of Economics
Visiting Preschool Programs Provides Students with Real Career and Volunteer Opportunities
Clinical Medical Assistants Screen Participants in a Real Life Medical Setting
Everyone received a greeting from an anonymous student.
Project Provides Small Taste of the Business World
Special Education Students Gain a Sense of Responsibility and Self-esteem
Freshly Made Cookies, Roses and Student-Designed Cards are Packaged together
Special Education Students Acquire Real and Usable Skills Managing the School Supply Store
Cheerleaders Perform for Special Needs Students, Raise Spirits and Honor Dr. King
Students were exposed to sea life without leaving Masera Learning Center.
Students catapult their STEM skills in a Champion Tournament.
Everything -- Except Waffles -- Must be Made in a Waffle Iron
Transforming plastic bottles into beautiful floral lights.
With a discovery chest on loan from the Huntington Arts Council.
Families were overwhelmed by the generosity of the community.
A cross-training experience for ICC students.
Handmade Gifts from Students Provides Support from Home
The event raised over $1,500 and 450 lbs. of food.
Nationwide Movement Exposes Young Students to the Basics of Coding
Partners in Science Program Provides Students with Access to Scientific Database
School Library System offers presentation at Liaison Meeting.
Re-enact Battle of Culp's Hill at Gettysburg Board-Game Style
Over 60 bags of non-perishable food items were donated to the Sayville food pantry.
Students are thankful that the tried and true pumpkin pie recipe yielded a delicious result.
Retired military personnel presented character ed certificates to students.
Community Service and Lecture about Erosion While on Beach
Local Judge presides over ceremony saying "it was a great honor".
Students volunteered to host a table and promote CTE programs.
Canine Companions for Independence provided dog training demonstration.
Balloons, Floats and a Scrumptious Feast for All
Students Receive Bird's-Eye View of Screen Printing Process
Sloan Kettering matched the donations raised by ICC students for breast cancer research.
A fair that offers the most up-to-date service information for parents, schools, and the community.
Two Main Street Boutiques Feature Student Designs
Imagine having your private pilot's license while in high school.
Students saw a 64-channel Neve console. Awesome!
Online Educational Tool Donates Rice While Students Practice Skills
ESBOCES Students Channel their Creative "Spirits" during Halloween
Invitational Education is a simple and successful approach to helping all students and staff realize their full potential.
Practical Nursing students raised $1,000 for breast cancer.
A wonderful intergenerational experience for students and their grandparents.
Mobile Classroom Presents Multimedia, Hands-On Lesson for Young Students
Students make lollipops and cookies to raise money for autism awareness.
Doing Their Part for Team ESBOCES
ESBOCES Business and Industry Partner Engages Students
Students joined the nation expressing themselves with pinwheels.
Islip Career Center staff attend certification course over the summer.
MTC was the Command Center, Culinary Arts students prepared food and employees ran in the race!
Surfers Healing, an organization that enriches the lives of people with autism.
Invitational Education is a simple and successful approach to helping all students and staff realize their full potential.
That's what you get when you combine a decommissioned wheelchair, computer speakers, and ingenuity!
Creativity, Motor and Social Skills Utilized for School-Wide Competition
Students Tap into Artistic Abilities to Adorn School Yard
Music and Dancing Make for a Good Time for Everyone
Representatives accepted supplies for rescued dogs and cats.
Just like Petula Clark said students found people who were kind and understood them.
Everyone learned about tolerance, trust, and patience.
Health Science students receive training that can save lives.
Special Education Students Learn "on the Job"
Playing soccer, hot potato, volleyball, and parachuting with a beach ball!
Career Insight for Eighth, Ninth, Tenth Graders Proves to be Invaluable
BTC Students Capture First Place at LongHouse Reserve Student Annual
We have a winner at the National SkillsUSA Competition!
Westhampton Beach Learning Center enjoys Jester Jim's wild antics.
More than 6,000 students will compete at this annual championship event.
Relates Personal Story of Loss Due to Hate Crime to Educate Students
Water, Sand, Shells, Surfing, Fishing, and Marine Life Brought to School
Students Check Vitals, Draw Blood
Hundreds of Students Experience the Arts, Tech and Science
Only Four Professionals in New York State Hold These Credentials
A Famous Fable, Followed by Arts and Crafts and a Home Cooked Meal Teach Life Skills
Centereach Academic Center has a labyrinth on the school grounds.
Ward Tech Students Harvest Vegetables, Collect Eggs, Visit Facilities
Islip Career Center Introduces Students to Environmentally Friendly Practices
Girls Clubs from Two Locations Meet for First Time over Tea
Students adorn tote bags with artwork for Bosnian children.
Food Prep Students Work in Commercial Kitchens
Small Family Farm Provides First-Rate View of Dairy Manufacturing
Students do the same activity but demonstrate independent comprehension.
The Journey of the Potato Chip from Planting to Final Product, and How they Get in the Bag
Decorative Spring-Themed Cookies and other Goods Created
Elementary Students Engage in Career Exploration
BOCES Board Members Get a Tour of New Outdoor Learning Environment
School Displays Panels Created by Students from the Czech Republic
More than 50 Students Receive Medals at Regional Championships
Students participate in a hands-on interactive presentation.
Brady Rymer, Children's Musician, Sings with Students, Answers Questions for School Newspaper
Photography, Videography and Art Students Recognized
Introduction to Cooking Students Face-Off against One another
Professional Writers Speak, Software Training Provided, Updates on Advocacy
A Week of Elementary Science Concludes with High School Demonstrations
Notable figures at Westhampton Beach Learning Center
Practices that promote learning and student success.
Good news for the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA)
Mother Recounts Loss of Child to Instill Responsible Decision Making
More than 16K Raised for St. Baldrick's Foundation
CDOS Students Learn to Prepare Healthy Greens
The competitors worked hard and captured third place.
An inspirational book teaches students about strength and love.
Through “hands-on” experience they learn distracted driving is deadly.
Students learn from an expert right in their classroom.
Professional Development Ensures Best Practices
Upperclassmen Support Elementary Students with Beauty Services
Students Learn Range of Skills to Become Job Ready
Students Learn about Credit, Debt, the Importance of Saving More
Teaching Students Safe Driving Skills to Help Pass Learner's Permit Exam
Staff and Students Shoot Hoops to Benefit the American Heart Association
Motivational speaker Rohan Murphy inspires students.
BLC @ Samoset students said it was fun and calming.
ESBOCES Staff and Students Met with NYS Legislators to Advocate on Behalf of Public Education
Awards of Excellence from Parrish Art Museum
Healthy Heart Clinic sponsored by Clinical Medical Assisting.
Bringing awareness of good dental health at the Riverhead Aquarium.
Computer graphic arts students make cards for residents at nursing home.
Workshop on Conversational Leadership Teaches Multiple Skills
Students learn about Guardians of Rescue and Paws of War mission.
Students Collaborate on Installation; Learn about Technique
Innovative Partnership between Island Harvest and ESBOCES
Handmade Gifts Provide Support from Home
Student says certificate is beneficial to him.
Soup and Stories to Benefit Shelters
Fourth, Fifth Graders Participate in Workshops to Explore Potential Career Paths
Students learn about a variety of career opportunities.
Engineering Students Late Entry to Contest; Great Results with Limited Time
ESBOCES Collaborates With Learner-Centered Initiatives (LCI)
Many special guests attended the Holiday Party spreading good wishes.
Partners in Science Program Provides High School Students with Access to Data
Families receive food and good wishes from students at Christmas.
Making connections that best suit a child/student and their future.
Special Career Education Students Participate in Contest at ICC
Students Spend Week Baking, Making Arrangements
Dr. Cosimo Tangorra Discusses Unaccompanied Youth Program; Meets with Administrators
Students show their support for pancreatic cancer.
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee is inspiration to students at Phoenix House Academic Center
Students Tour Facilities, Get Advice from the Pros
Computer Technology Repair Students Learn about College Programs and Job Market Opportunities
Patchogue-Medford student in Pharmacy Tech Program captures first place.
Science Experiments and Awards Ceremony for Special Needs Children
Students Gain Insight into the World of Pharmaceutical Research
Community members and educators nurture their artistic expression while fundraising for students.
When information is shared; things get accomplished.
Coat Donation Program to Benefit Students in Need
Themed show was related to acceptance and tolerance.
Genesee Valley school librarian teaches school librarians to be more efficient and effective.
The event, sponsored by Senator Zeldin, provides an intergenerational experience that benefits seniors and students.
School librarians across New York State are utilizing IFC because it empowers students to follow their sense of wonder to learn the way the world works.
Students create "Then vs Now" posters and have ribbon cutting ceremony.
Students took part in this collaborative exercise to learn how disease is transmitted.
Wrapping bottles and bringing awareness to autism.
They raised over $800 and walked approximately 9,200 steps.
Challenging Economy and a Desire to Upgrade Skills Draws Adults to Programs
BLC students in the Transition Services Program helped Team ESBOCES.
An opportunity for these students to learn marketable skills.
Students learn about job opportunities and the importance of recycling.
Senator LaValle presents check at ribbon cutting ceremony
PLC students present four responders with Appreciation Plaques.
Retired Police Office John Spano was honored at PLC 9/11 ceremony.
Funds will provide training to create accurate measuring tools, reduce testing
ESBOCES students get a great start in their educational career.
Premm Learning Center students donate 100 lbs of food to local shelter.
The summer program encourages students to practice the skills they've learned throughout the school year.
EAP Counselor Recognized for her Commitment to Helping Others
Technology based courses kept students engaged in hands-on learning.
The buzz around the building was "learning is fun."
Grant Enables William Floyd School District to Provide Enrichment for Elementary Students
8th, 9th, 10th Graders Bench Test Possible Careers
Skill and talent come together when career students create one-of-a-kind dos
ESBOCES student recognized as New York;s Outstanding Student at NYACCE
Two students from different school districts design a great poster.
Food Pantry visitors now have environmentally friendly re-usable bags.
Students from Islip Career Center capture Third Place at Syracuse, NY.
Newsday's June 11, 2014 edition - Happy turn of events
The students attained their goal and read 125,000 minutes.
Building Renamed in Honor of Gary D. Bixhorn
The conference was the largest technical assistance event that Long Island RSE-TASC ever hosted/facilitated in its’ five year history.
As part of the Great American Cleanup ICC students adopted a ball field and cleaned it up.
Photography students raised $1,000 to help Michelle and her mom.
Jefferson Academic Center staff to participate in school fundraiser at McDonald's.
A seven-man team of Computer Technology and Repair students are mentoring students from Ward Tech.
Students applied what they learned in their physical education classes on the court.
Photography students focus on artwork at Parrish Museum and participate in formal critique of exhibits.
Student interning at animal hospital says there's always something new to learn.
ESBOCES and TFCU recognize the importance of financial education.
A trip to the mall provides an opportunity to learn all phases of retail sales.
Competitive Food Carver and Restaurant Owner Visits ESBOCES
Therapy dogs visit WHBLC and WHBLC donates supplies to Bideawee.
Among the variety of teaching methods is Montessori.
Photography and Videography Students Recognized
Students tour Disc Graphics a state-of-the-art facility.
The SAS Program assists students in overcoming adversity.
Students create special T-shirts in appreciation of Vietnam veterans.
Academy automotive students are working on Suffolk County police vehicles.
ESBOCES is supporting World Autism Awareness Day and National Autism Awareness Month
Eastern Long Island Academy of Applied Technology students in the Culinary Arts Program at Ward Technical Center, Riverhead were presented Certificates of Appreciation.
High Schoolers Use Costumes, Accents and Sign Language to Engage Elementary Students
Canine Careers Students at ICC Design / Build Dog-themed Benches, Chairs
Adult Education cosmetology students participate in a fundraiser for the St. Ursula Center.
With a Mexican theme, Masera students celebrate a book fair.
Jessica poses with her parents after being honored with the 2014 PTA Scholarship award.
Professional photography student captures animal science students in action.
Randy, a Bay Shore UFSD student in the Supermarket and Warehouse Occupations Program has an internship at Quiznos.
Dr. Jack Heller, owner of Westhampton Beach Animal Hospital, offered his expertise and service to the Animal Science Program at the Ward Technical Center in Riverhead.
Arlene Crandall, Emmanuel, and Susanne Sylvester gather around the “Spring into Reading with Dr. Seuss” bulletin board.
Suffolk County Police Officer (SCPO) Nancy Ward visited Eastern Long Island Academy of Applied Technology, at the Ward Technical Center in Riverhead.
Students and Staff Shave Heads to Benefit Pediatric Cancer Research
The newly renovated library would make Dr. Seuss proud!
Two students from the Eastern Long Island Academy of Applied Technology captured second place.
Jessica challenges herself to change the world by educating and inspiring others.
The driver of a monster jam truck visits Academy automotive students.
Winter Games for Students Create Excitement While Blending Therapies with Academics
Leaders in Business and Education Come Together
Students watched Dr. King's 'I Have a Dream' speech and reflected how they felt.
Students learn about the civil rights leader's legacy.
A leadership day is held once a year to provide JROTC students an opportunity to learn leadership skills.
Enrollment Begins this Spring for the 2014-2015 School Year
Eastern Suffolk BOCES students from Bellport Academic Center @ Patchogue-Medford High School sang their way into the hearts of staff and registrants at the Middle Island Adult Day Health Services Center.
Computer Graphic Arts Technology students played the role of teacher to Sayville Academic Center students.
Students raise funds, shop, and wrap holiday gifts for Head Start..
Students learn in their academy class and make a difference in their home school.
Students learn the duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a job when they have the chance to make a connectin with an expert.
Dogs are trained to assist wounded returning troops.
Students learn skills to achieve in the real world in an Introduction to Cooking Program.
Everyone was merry and jolly during the collaborative experience between CAC and SAC.
Health care foundation benefits from monies raised by students and staff.
A community service project benefits the students and local non-profits.
Each child received the gift they wished for thanks to the school staff.
Preschoolers in the Early Childhood Education Program made mini pumpkin centerpieces for a big feast.
Hines Administration Center receptionist featured on front page of NYSSBA newspaper.
Bellport Academic Center students play basketball and work on team building with Brookhaven Learning Center students.
Nicholas Heide, Port Jefferson UFSD, was nominated by Congressman Timothy Bishop to attend the USAF at Colorado Springs, CO.
Hands-on learning experiences are available for Animal Science students.
Students are given "a grand tour" of the facilities.
Students learn how to replace rails, among other tasks.
Worksite tours enhance and enrich career programs.
A classroom assignment turns into a competition and everyone is a winner!
Professional Pilot students learn about the aircraft business.
Being in a work environment at an aircraft business whets students' interests.
$2,500 will go a long way to help students and people re-entering the workforce.
Lisa is featured on The Mutt-i-gree Community website for incorporating the Mutt-i-gree curriculum in her animal science classroom.
A stellar opportunity is provided to the students each year.
The students were on a mission and a tight schedule to raise donations and they did it!
Students learn from a full-service advertising agency field trip.
There's nothing like learning first-hand from an expert.
The Academy to Provide Students with Solid Foundation for Higher Education and Successful Career Paths
Cosmetology students raise funds at Women's Imaging Services
Health Related Occupations students visit Medford Multicare and Project SEARCH student interns.
Job Coach Josephine Barone works with students at Project SEARCH to gain independence and feel accomplished.
Everyone was a winner at the Cake Competition!
Students learn how to operate the latest equipment during a field trip..
Paumanok Veterinary Hospital employees an ESBOCES graduate giving him an opportunity to flourish and grow.
Satish Mohan participated in an internship at REVCO.
It was a real treat for the staff and students to see the Pet Parade which highlighted adopting shelter pets.
They raised awareness about autism and $700.
Local aviation supporter and expert provides worksite tour.