Questar III earned 10 awards in the New York State Public Relations Association’s (NYSPRA) 35th annual communications contest. This included three awards of excellence – the top honor given by NYSPRA each year. Continue reading
Cairo-Durham Central School District Librarian Nancy Pine received a helping hand from Questar III staff over the summer. Continue reading
As is the nature of the BOCES, Questar III’s Grant Writing Service provides a partnership approach to seek out and apply for funding opportunities on behalf of participating school districts. These grants often result in the district having the ability to create new programs thus expanding the educational opportunities for students. Continue reading
Questar III would like to welcome the following new employees that were hired during the month of August and early September… Continue reading
Virginia LuPone was recently hired as a Questar III career-tech teacher.
What do you do at Questar III?
I am a Media Communications Teacher at Catskill High School which is hosting the Upstate… Continue reading
Two Questar III career and technical education (CTE) students recently starred in commercials promoting the region’s largest back to school expo. Continue reading
Questar III BOCES has been awarded a 10-month grant under New York State’s virtual learning initiative, the Virtual Advanced Placement (VAP) Program, Round II. The grant will expand access to Advanced Placement (AP) and pre-AP classes and exams in participating component districts. This will allow more low-income students to prepare for college and careers. Questar III was awarded $534,261 in Race to the Top funds to develop online and blended courses. Continue reading
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the completion of the new Tech Valley High School, which focuses on providing students with a solid foundation in science, technology, engineering and math skills, which are increasingly important as New York continues to expand its leadership in the development of next generation technologies. Located at the Albany NanoTech Complex, the school is the result of collaboration between Tech Valley High School and the SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering /SUNY Institute of Technology. Over 140 students are enrolled for the Fall 2014 semester, with the freshman class at capacity. Continue reading