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  • Building Leadership Capacity Ongoing Training for those who Evaluate Principals

    Center for Professional Development and Curriculum Support
  • 450 Mamaroneck Ave, 2nd Fl, Harrison

    5:00p Mandatory Practical Nursing Info Session

    Center for Adult & Community Services
  • Conference III

    10:00 am 

    Center for Interscholastic Athletics
  • New AD's & Admin Asst. Workshop

    10:00 am 

    Center for Interscholastic Athletics
  • The Power of Morning Meeting

    Center for Professional Development and Curriculum Support
  • LHRIC

    Webquests and the SAMR Model

    LHRIC Instructional Technology
  • Conference II

    10:00 am 

    Center for Interscholastic Athletics
  • SAT Testing

    Center for Interscholastic Athletics
  • GET READY FOR FRAMEWORK- BASED U.S. HISTORY & GOVERNMENT REGENTS

    Center for Professional Development and Curriculum Support
  • Fall Modified Sports Start

    Center for Interscholastic Athletics
  • SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING AT THE CENTER

    Center for Professional Development and Curriculum Support
  • NYS Mandated Autism Training (3 Hr. Course)

    Center for Professional Development and Curriculum Support
  • Supt. Conf. Day: Pocantico Hills, Irvington HS Closed

    Center for Special Services
  • Supt. Conf. Day: Pocantico Hills, Irvington HS Closed

    Center for Special Services
  • WRITING REVOLUTION: ADVANCING THINKING THROUGH WRITING

    Center for Professional Development and Curriculum Support
  • Spring 2020 Varsity/JV Schedules Due

    Center for Interscholastic Athletics
  • Labor Day CIA Office Closed

    Center for Interscholastic Athletics
  • Labor Day

    Center for Special Services
  • School Opens: Pocantico Hills, Irvington HS

    Center for Special Services
  • 450 Mamaroneck Ave, 2nd Fl, Harrison

    9:30a Cosmetology Orientation

    Center for Adult & Community Services
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  • Tappan Hill students prep backpack donations

    Students at Tappan Hill Elementary School filled backpacks with school supplies for distribution to students in need as part of a three-way collaboration between Southern Westchester BOCES’ Center for Special Services, the Guidance Center of Westchester and Ivy Rehabilitation in Harrison.

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  • Upcoming orientations for in-demand career programs

    Ready to jumpstart your career? Our Adult Training Center has spots open in free orientation sessions this coming week. Learn about our courses leading to professional certification in high-demand career fields.

    Nurse Assistant/Dialysis Tech Orientation orientation is set for Monday, Aug. 12, at 9:30 a.m.

    Cosmetology Orientation is Tuesday, Aug. 13, and Tuesday, Sept. 3, at 9:30 a.m.

    CISCO Certified Network Associate Certification Info Session will be held Saturday, Aug. 17, at 9 a.m.

    Practical Nursing Information Session Tuesday, Aug. 20, at 5 p.m.

    All orientations take place at 450 Mamaroneck Avenue, 2nd Floor, except for CISCO, which is held in Building B on our Valhalla campus, 65 Grasslands Road.

    Click or tap the link for each program for registration and other information. And don't hesitate to call us with any questions or to speak to a counselor at 914-592-0849.

    News Feed - Center for Adult and Community Services
  • Graduates earn high school diplomas through unique county-SWBOCES partnership

    Ten Sprain Brook Academy students received high school diplomas at a commencement ceremony July 12 at the Westchester County Department of Correction. 

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  • Tappan Hill students take part in daily fitness routine

    Summer school is off to a great start at our Tappan Hill School in Tarrytown! Every morning, students in Special Education teacher Kathy Knudsen’s AIIM class grab their mats and head outside to a shady spot for their daily fitness routine. The students stretch and build strength using a routine created through the collaborative efforts of Phyllis Marto, PT, Diane Storm, Adaptive Physical Education teacher, and Ms. Knudsen. At the end of each session, the students lie on their backs and practice mindfulness techniques.

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  • Practical Nursing graduates celebrate at moving commencement ceremony

    On Thursday, June 20, our 64 Practical Nursing students were recognized at a moving graduation ceremony at O’Byrne Chapel at Manhattanville College in Purchase. View photos from the event at this link. Congratulations, Practical Nursing Class of 2019!!!

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  • Tappan Hill graduation a fond farewell for familiar faces

    Steven and Leah started in Southern Westchester BOCES programs when they were in elementary school. On June 17, Tappan Hill School celebrated their successes and wished them well as they transition into adult programs.

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  • Three Students Graduate from Rye Lake Decagon after Making Tremendous Strides

    The Rye Lake Decagon Program on June 12 celebrated the accomplishments of three young men at graduation, and then enjoyed music, dancing, homemade food and a photo booth at a prom party and luncheon that followed. SWBOCES Center for Special Services students Caron Brown, Seth Darkey and Shawn Moriarty graduated and will transition into adult programs in the community.

     

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  • SWBOCES Pocantico Ceremony Celebrates Sixth-Graders Moving Up to Irvington Program and All Students' Achievements

    During an end-of-the-year awards and moving-up ceremony, Southern Westchester BOCES teachers and students at Pocantico Hills School wished two sixth-graders farewell as they move on to middle school. Teachers and Principal Jessica Walker also gave certificates of achievement to every student in an area they excelled in.

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  • Congratulations to our 2018-19 SWBOCES retirees!

    The Board of Education and administration of Southern Westchester BOCES celebrated our 2018-19 retirees with a reception Wednesday at our administrative center in Rye Brook. The 37 retirees honored represented a combined 805 years of service. We thank them for their contribution to the SWBOCES mission.

     
    News Feed - Southern Westchester BOCES
  • Congratulations!

    Congratulations to Clinton "Tony" Ely and Michelle Linker-Rackoff on your retirement!

    News Feed - Center for Career Services 2018-19
  • Adult Learning Center students recognized for achievements

    On June 18 at Manhattanville College, Southern Westchester BOCES faculty and administration joined family members and friends in  recognizing the achievements of the students in our Adult Learning Center programs. They completed preparatory courses for the High School Equivalency and Citizenship exams as well as instruction in English for Speakers of Other Languages. We congratulate them on their accomplishments and with them great success in the future.

    News Feed - Center for Adult and Community Services
  • Recognition Ceremony 2019

    Congratulations to the Class of 2019! Students and their families celebrated on June 13 at the Westchester County Center. Click here to enjoy a video of the wonderful event!

    News Feed - Center for Career Services 2018-19
  • SWBOCES School Library System lands grant to expand resources for incarcerated students

    Sprain Brook Academy students at the Westchester County jail will benefit from a newly expanded library, thanks to an American Association of School Libraries grant to be awarded to the SWBOCES School Library System. See the attached press release for more information.

    News Feed - Southern Westchester BOCES
  • Rye Lake Legends: Class of 2019 celebrate success

    "Showing up is a large part of success," Principal Scott Kaufman told Rye Lake Middle and High School graduates at graduation June 14. "When you're tired and beaten down and fatigued, focus on putting one foot in front of the other...Although we can guide you, it is you who walked the path." View photos from this heartwarming celebration of educational achievement at the link above.

    News Feed - Center for Special Services
  • Kaleidoscope Studio

    Students in Sean Harty's Sound Production class were able to see first-hand the work production engineers do during a visit to Kaleidoscope Studio. Students learned how challenging setting up a drum set can be and much more about the industry during their visit.

    News Feed - Center for Career Services 2018-19
  • Middle School students at Irvington move up

    Middle School students in SWBOCES' Special Services programs at Irvington High School celebrated their moving up in a Recognition Ceremony Friday, June 7. 

    News Feed - Center for Special Services
  • Collision students refurbish police vehicle

    Students in the Collision Technology classes were part of a wonderful community service project this spring. The students refinished the exterior of a former military vehicle for the Rye Police Department which plans to use the vehicle for its auxiliary force.

    News Feed - Center for Career Services 2018-19
  • Landscape architect works with students for special project

    Certified Landscape Architect Gregory Mercurio was on campus conducting a series of workshops about landscape architecture. He worked with students from different disciplines who were inspired to submit a design for the courtyard inside Building C. Click here to learn more about the project and student participation.

    News Feed - Center for Career Services 2018-19
  • Van wrap project

    Students in the Commercial Art and Collision Technology classes are collaborating on a special project to put a wrap on a van for The Color Group. Recently an area expert visited the Center for Career Services to show students how a wrap is done.

    News Feed - Center for Career Services 2018-19
  • Wesley Cortes recognized with art prize

    Wesley Cortes, a junior at New Rochelle High School and Commercial Art student at the Center for Career Services, received the first-place prize among Hudson Valley entries in the fourth annual eSchoolData Login Art Contest.

    News Feed - Center for Career Services 2018-19