Mariculture Program Adds 200,000 Clams to Local Bays

Connetquot High School students scatter immature clams into Stony Brook Harbor. The students built rafts where the clams grew free from predators over the summer. Once in the local estuaries, the clams will continue to grow so residents and fishermen can enjoy them next summer and they can help filter the bay waters. Two groups […]

Read More
Surgical Technology grads

Surgical Technology School Posts Top Scores

The School of Surgical Technology at BOCES received a merit award from the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting because 94% of the adult students in the two most recent Surgical Technology classes passed the Certified Surgical Technologist exam. The CST is widely recognized in the health care community as the foremost credential […]

Read More
Steven Feretti

Surgical Technology Grad Earns Scholarship

Meet a Graduate Steven Feretti was one of only 10 students in the U.S. awarded a scholarship this spring from the Accrediting Review Committee for Surgical Technology. He completed the one-year BOCES program in Surgical Technology in April as the valedictorian, then passed his national certification exam, and is now employed at St. Charles Hospital. […]

Read More

Mildred Browne Recognized by NYS School Boards

Mildred Browne, a Board member of Western Suffolk BOCES, was recently recognized by the New York State School Boards Association for her many years of participation in leadership development activities. On behalf of NYSSBA, Michael Flynn, Chief Operating Officer, presented her with a “Learning for Leaders” certificate at the Board’s February meeting. Mrs. Browne has […]

Read More
1 7 8 9