Archive for June, 2016
Training available for any CDL qualified drivers. Interested candidates should contact Terry Kersting, Transportation Coordinator at 518-775-5788.
HFM BOCES Licensed Practical Nursing Program celebrated the graduation of 36 new nurses in a ceremony Thursday, June 16, at BOCES. Program Coordinator Michael DiMezza and LPN Advisor Julie McLeod were joined by the programs teaching staff to formally present diplomas and nursing pins to the graduates. The “pinning ceremony,” a traditional welcome to the […]
Student Recognition Ceremony celebrates achievements and service A full house of family and friends greeted more than 250 students – the second largest class of all time–graduating from HFM BOCES Career & Technical Center on Tuesday, June 21, 2016. The crowd had gathered to help celebrate the accomplishment on a warm, summer evening at Fulton-Montgomery […]
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY Highest Average: Austin Trumbull Most Professional: David Phillips AUTOBODY REPAIR Highest Average: Dante’ Ellithorpe Most Professional: Harry Western, III John Evans Memorial Award: Dante’ Ellithorpe Keith’s Auto Body & Repair Award: Tyler Pittman Most Improved: Justin Bivins CAREERS IN EDUCATION Highest Average: Molly A. Morrison Most Professional: Emily G. Day COMPUTER INFORMATION & […]
HFM BOCES Special Education division work-based learning program partners with local businesses to provide real world job experiences to HFM students. Students identify job interests and are placed at work sites selected by them and BOCES. Students learn both job specific skills and general workplace skills. Job-training specialists supervise and meet regularly with students to […]
HFM student Will Kenyon was awarded the Tony Camarra Memorial Award Scholarship for 2016. The $500 scholarship honors the admired HFM BOCES teacher, who taught BOCES classes from September, 1986, until his death in March, 2011. It is given by Tony’s sisters, Dianne Friedel and Terese Woodward. HFM Special Education Assistant Director Scott Dellis, in […]
Graduating seniors invited their junior classmates to join in the senior photo in Mr. Goodale’s Careers in Education class. The academically challenging Career and Technical Education program provides students with an beneficial transition from high school to college level coursework, allowing them to earn up to 12 college credits and participate in internships in the […]
Epidemics around the World: How do you know you haven’t contracted Chikungunya? Seniors in HFM’s New Vision Health Careers program completed their capstone project by hosting a health fair at Nathan Littauer Hospital on June 8. Their focus was Epidemics around the World, and groups of students presented information on a selection of infectious diseases […]
HFM Special Education division is happy to celebrate with eight seniors graduating/exiting from the HFM BOCES program at the Gloversville High School this month. We proudly congratulate them for all that they have accomplished and wish them all the best in their future endeavors. They will all be truly missed!
HFM academics, arts and music show touches on many shores What could be better than a warm spring evening listening to music from around the world and perusing the work of local artists? It sounds like a street festival in lower Manhattan or on Beacon Hill, but it was instead the annual Academic, Arts and […]