Education leaders from across the region helped
Madison-Oneida BOCES celebrate its 49th Annual Meeting on Wednesday night. This
year’s meeting focused on the work MOBOCES does to foster and model leadership for
During the main program, participants had the opportunity to
visit tables around the Courtyard highlighting leadership-focused programs and
services at MOBOCES and the MORIC, such as National Technical Honor Society,
SkillsUSA, Professional Horizons, Community Outreach Club, Alternative
Education Student Leadership Team, Youth Summit, Principals Academy and
Technology Leadership Services. At each table, students and staff were
available to present material and answer questions about their activities.
Before the presentation, board members and administrators
from component districts had dinner and dessert prepared and served by the
MOBOCES Culinary Arts students. Morrisville-Eaton’s new Varsity Brass Quintet
provided the musical entertainment.
The event also included a brief presentation on the MOBOCES
administrative budget and remarks from the three MOBOCES Board of Education
candidates who are up for re-election: Richard Engelbrecht from Madison, Donna
Isbell from Morrisville-Eaton and Pat Baron from Vernon-Verona-Sherrill.