BOCES students keep on cooking

Onteora Central School District student Dylan McIntyre, who is enrolled in the Ulster BOCES Culinary Arts Program, shows off his gingerbread structure that represents the Career & Technical Center’s Phoenix program.

Culinary Arts students Isaiah Snyder, from the Saugerties Central School District, and Ryan Olsen, from the Highland Central School District, show off the gingerbread hospital they made.

 

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.

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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.

New Paltz Central School District student Gray Rideout, who is enrolled in the Ulster BOCES Graphics and Visual Arts Program, takes in a view of the holiday season.

Grace Vitiello and Thomas Harvey, both of the Kingston City School District, show off the automotive repair shop the two created as part of a class project that featured a gingerbread village composed of buildings representing a variety of programs offered at the Career & Technical Center.