Olean, NY – April 7, 2022 – Three CA BOCES Audio Visual Production students were named recent winners of the Rural Schools Association of New York State 2021-2022 Student Video Contest.
Each year, the association hosts the contest with an overall goal of promoting student work and the rural school communities in New York State. The year’s theme was: “Our School. Our Community.”
CTE Center at Olean prize recipients include:
Grand Prize K-12 and Recipient of $1,000 cash prize:
Grand Prize Runners Up and Recipient of $500.00 cash prize:
Ethan Otereo and Kyrell Yowell
Runner Up and Recipient of $100 cash prize:
CA BOCES Audio Visual Production Teacher, Cory Nedell, was impressed with the work of his students for this annual competition. “This competition allowed my students the opportunity to put the skills that they have learned in their CTE program, and their creativity, to the test,” he said. “To be recognized on a state level was extremely rewarding for them.”
Rural Schools Association of New York State Executive Director, David Little, will visit CA BOCES soon to recognize students.
As the regional leader in education services, CA BOCES offers state-of-the-art programs for learners of all ages and abilities as well as cost-effective shared services for 22 component school districts. CA BOCES empowers students to achieve their maximum potential by offering a wide variety of innovative programs and support that include special education, career and technical education, adult and continuing education, technology support, and instructional support services. To learn more, visit www.caboces.org.