Community and Employers

Community and Employers

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2021-22 School Year Begins With "Masks" - The new school year will welcome "masked" students, visitors, and staff. In accordance with the Commissioner's Determination issued pursuant to 10 NYCRR 2.60, any person over the age of 2 (including all students, personnel, teachers, administrators, contractors, and visitors) must wear masks at all times indoors in P-12 school buildings, regardless of vaccination status. People with medical or developmental conditions that prevent them from wearing a mask may be exempted from mask requirements, as documented by a medical provider. People do not need to wear masks when eating, drinking, singing, or playing a wind instrument; when masks are removed for these purposes, individuals must be spaced six feet apart. All mask requirements must be applied consistently with any state and federal law (e.g., Americans with Disabilities Act). 

 2021 Manufacturing Week celebration Returns - The annual career exploration event takes place on Friday, October 1st.  To circumvent the social distancing limitations, the Raymond Corporation will deliver this annual event virtually to schools in the region.  Students will be invited to join the event and benefit from a series of activities and presentations that introduce career opportunities in advanced manufacturing.  The Raymond Corporation has hosted this successful event for the past five years.  To learn more about the many advanced manufacturing opportunities and the resources to prepare for these careers, visit the Virtual Career Exploration event site.  We also welcome students to connect with the Career Destinations team to find more opportunities to prepare for local career destinations.                                                                                                                                                        

Save the Date...Family Night -  Students and their families are welcome to our 2021-22 School Year Family Night Event.  Families will be receiving an invitation to the event with all the details.  The event will be held at the Pole Campus on September 21st and at the Harrold Campus on September 22nd.   This informal gathering provides family members the opportunity to tour the campus, visit the classrooms and meet the instructors. Despite the COVID-19 challenges, with proper masks and distancing, classroom visits and other activities will be possible.  To help us plan for the event, a registration form is ready for you at this link.  You may reserve by leaving a message at 607-335-1292.  

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Give students an opportunity to experience the workplace.  Internships, shadowing and work-based learning help young people learn and become familiar with the culture and the requirements for their future role as workers.  DCMO BOCES is collecting information about learning opportunities for our students.  Please click on the link below and share with us your request.  A member of the Career Destinations team will contact you to further explore opportunities.

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