It’s beginning to feel a lot like the holidays in the culinary arts kitchen at Ulster BOCES. The aspiring chefs have constructed a gingerbread village composed of buildings representing a variety of the programs offered at the Career & Technical Center.
Isaiah Snyder from Saugerties and Ryan Olsen from Highland made a hospital, complete with a bed and a patient, to represent the health occupations exploration program. Zachary Williams and Sidney Hymes from Kingston built a jail as an emblem of the criminal justice program. Representing the automotive careers, Grace Vitiello and Thomas Harvey made an automotive repair shop with a car lift and the program’s motto, “The Way it Auto Be,” emblazoned on the structure’s roof.