A number of our Berne-Knox-Westerlo students enrolled in the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) this year were honored in end-of-the-year ceremonies.
Several hundred Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) students were honored Tuesday, June 5, 2018 during ceremonies at Proctors Theatre in Schenectady, including two Berne-Knox-Westerlo students.
With a packed house of parents, family members, friends, CTE faculty and staff, BOCES administrators and educators from their home districts looking on, the 295 program completers and dozens more first-year students were honored during morning and afternoon ceremonies for excellence in their chosen trades.
Taylor Vincent won The Golden Hammer Award, recognizing the top senior in the Building Trades program, and the Outstanding Student Award in Building Trades, Brendon Haack won the Malco Tool Award for HVAC/R, Collin Rodrigue was awarded an Academic Achievement Award in Computer Network Tech, and Caleb Clemens was awarded a Growth in Achievement Award in Computer Network Tech.
At a June 6th ceremony, 62 CTE students from the Schoharie campus received certificates of completion, honors and awards.
The ceremony at Cobleskill-Richmondville High School marked the completion of one- and two-year programs at the school, including culinary, cosmetology, commercial construction/heavy equipment, criminal justice, residential construction and automotive technology.
William Creter won a Construction/Heavy Equipment Advisory Board Scholarship Award, and Hayley Creamer won the Outstanding Student Award in the Criminal Justice Program.
Approximately 50 seniors, including a BKW student, were honored on June 9th as CTE celebrated the conclusion of its second year operating in the Center for Advanced Technology (CAT) at Mohonasen.
Neale Dunston was awarded the Outstanding Student Award for Welding II.
Congratulations to all our students!