• EMCC students present project to industry insider

    Two EMCC classes recently collaborated to complete a Six Sigma project, a problem-solving method used by many workplaces to solve real industry problems. After completing the project, the students in Len Hall’s Automated Manufacturing & Machining class and Joe Alati’s Collision Repair Technology class had the opportunity to present their projects to an industry representative.

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  • Transportation uses GPS to improve safety and efficiency

    The Transportation Department has introduced a new way to address safety and efficiency at Monroe One BOCES. Starting this school year, all vehicles in the Transportation Department are equipped with the Global Positioning System, better known as GPS.

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  • Challenger Learning Center to be featured in media in January

    The Challenger Learning Center, a program of Monroe One BOCES Technology Services, will be featured in the media later this month! Mission Commanders Andy Raab and Peter Robson will discuss upcoming plans for the center, including its relocation this summer and expansion. They will also talk about the center’s continued commitment to providing students across the region with a fun, high-tech, hands-on experience in which they can apply their skills in math, science and technology on a simulated trip into space.

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  • Urban-Suburban Program creates life-long connections

    For two Penfield students, the Urban-Suburban Program has created a life-long connection. Shalese Cotton and Elaye Ekiyor are both seniors at Penfield High School. Their journey to the Penfield School District differed from typical Penfield residents. Both students participate in the Urban-Suburban Interdistrict Transfer Program, an application-based program that allows selected students, who are city of Rochester residents, to attend school in one of 14 participating school districts...

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  • EMCC students learn from industry insiders

    Employees of SPX Flow in Rochester visited the automated manufacturing & machining class at the Eastern Monroe Career Center. Eric Rowland, Kevin O'Connell and John Skivington spoke to students about the work the company does and how the classwork they're doing prepares them for a future career...

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  • RESCHEDULED: EMCC Open House for All 9th & 10th Grade Students Rescheduled to Feb. 7

    Eastern Monroe Career Center (EMCC)'s Open House for all 9th and 10th grade students has been rescheduled to Thursday, Feb. 7, same time- 6:30-8 p.m.

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  • Shelley’s Closet serves Monroe One community

    Shelley’s Closet clothing bank serves students, staff and their families throughout Monroe One BOCES. Now student-run, Creekside students volunteer at Shelley’s Closet, located at Bird/Morgan School, up to two times a week. Student volunteers sort and categorize the donations by style and size to prepare the clothes to go out to students and staff. The students also inspect the clothes for cleanliness, holes and tears to ensure quality clothing is available for those in need...

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  • Improving learning experiences in the digital age

    Today’s students are more technologically savvy than any who have come before them, and classroom learning practices have not always kept pace. The Digital Age Teacher Academy (DATA) promotes student-centered teaching methods and fosters teacher leadership by building capacity among teachers to plan with and implement digital technology in the classroom.

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  • Wegmans Corporate Executive Chef Visits Multi-Occupational/FOCUS Class

    Multi-Occupational/FOCUS (MOF) students in the Consumer and Family Sciences program were treated to a culinary skills demonstration from Wegmans Corporate Executive Chef Eric Wendorff.

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  • MAPping the way

    Monroe Assessment Project (MAP) was recently selected by Learning Forward, a national staff development organization, for a presentation at their upcoming conference as a model of high-quality professional learning.

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  • Monroe One educators meet for an unconventional unconference

    Monroe One educators gathered for an unconference at the Carlton Webster Building on Superintendent’s Conference Day, October 5, 2018. The unstructured conference, which was spearheaded by Regional Programs and Services (RPS) with planning assistance from eSTART, allowed teachers to create their own agenda and explore their interests.

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