Due to the States of Emergency declared in Franklin and Essex Counties, and in consultation with those county’s public health officials, the Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES and its 10 component...
Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES warmly welcomes Lori Tourville, our new Assistant Superintendent of Instruction & Instructional Support. Ms. Tourville comes to us from Chateaugay Central School...
Mr. Breault joins our team this week after several years as Director of the Northeast Regional Information Center (NERIC), a resource for cooperative educational technology services and support...
State resource spotlight:
NYS OMH Emotional Support Line: 1-844-863-9314 *
The Emotional Support Line provides free and confidential support, helping callers experiencing increased anxiety due to the coronavirus emergency. The Help Line is staffed by volunteers, including mental health professionals, who have received training in crisis counseling.
FEH BOCES School Closure 03/15/2020
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New Vision alumnus follows career path to state government
Our New Vision programs offer career exploration in a variety of fields. The Government and Law class recently visited the NY State Capitol as part of their studies. While being introduced to the workings of the state senate by our Senator Betty Little, they had a chance to meet a former student, Nicholas Haas, Jr., Class of 2012.
Since completing our program, Nick earned an undergraduate degree at Sage College in Albany. As part of his college program he interned at the State Capitol. Now he works for New York Senator Michael Ranzenhofer. A recent meeting he attended discussed BOCES funding. Nick shared his positive experiences at Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES with them. A proud “product of New Vision”, he spoke highly of his program.
FEH-BOCES and New Vision celebrate the successes of our alumni!