Posts Tagged ‘Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES’

Tuesday, January 30, 2024

For sale: Modular home built by BOCES students

a modular home built by BOCES students

Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES is selling a modular home built by students.

The home is still in the process of being built, so the person or organization that buys the house will get the chance to customize finishing details to their specific wants and needs.

“It’s good for the students to learn about working with a customer on details like colors and finishes,” said Eric Ashlaw, who teaches Building Trades at North Franklin Educational Center. “I try to give them some experience with every aspect of the process of constructing a house so they’re prepared when they graduate and head out into the world.”

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Saturday, November 18, 2023

FEH BOCES Seeks Feedback

FEH BOCES seeks feedback

Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES is looking for feedback as part of a goal-setting process.

The BOCES invites alumni, the parents and guardians of current and former students, and staff of the BOCES’s 10 component districts to take an online survey.

The FEH BOCES team is also looking for feedback from the business community of the area they serve, which includes all of Franklin County, Lake Placid in Essex County, and the town of Long Lake in Hamilton County. » Continue Reading.


Monday, October 2, 2023

Adirondack area BOCES, non-profits welcome new staff

Torey Patenaude, Community Engagement and Outreach Manager at CATS

Many non-profit organizations and educational institutions in the Adirondack region have recently welcomed new staff members/leadership, including Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES, the Lake Placid and North Elba Destination Management Plan (DMP) Committee, Champlain Area Trails, the Saranac Lake Civic Center, and the Lake George Land Conservancy. Please see below for more details on these new hires and appointments.

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Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES to auction student-built tiny house

SARANAC LAKE – Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES is selling a tiny house built by students at Adirondack Educational Center in Saranac Lake. Students in the Building Trades program at AEC spent the 2021-2022 school year constructing the compact, space-efficient house on wheels.

 

Building Trades program
Led by teacher Clarence Brockway and teaching assistant Robin Hogan-Law, the 380-square-foot structure was built by juniors and seniors from Lake Placid Central School District, Saranac Lake Central School District, and Tupper Lake Central School District. Students go to AEC for half of their school day, then spend the rest of their school day in their home districts.

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Thursday, May 6, 2021

Bidding open on student-built tiny house

tiny houseFranklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES students have been working hard to build a tiny house, which is now for sale.

The 280-square-foot house is up for bid at bit.ly/FEHBTinyHouse21. Bidding will close at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 18.

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