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Programs that provide educational services for students who have been suspended or expelled from school or have left school for other reasons prior to receiving a diploma; or which seek to prevent students of compulsory school age from skipping classes, being suspended or expelled for disruptive behavior, failing or maintaining a low grade point average, or dropping out of school.

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CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION COURSESOffers career education opportunities to all juniors and seniors in Nassau County. Whether students are looking for immediate employment after graduation or wish to continue their education, they can gain valuable hands-on experience, learn marketable job skills, and receive college credits as they meet high school diploma requirements. Students enrolled at Barry Tech attend classes for two and a half hours a day, five days a week and are encouraged to participate in various career-oriented youth organizations, work-based learning activities, and take part in local and national competitions. All teachers are certified in their area of instruction, and all students’ schedules are carefully reviewed to ensure they will meet assessment and graduation requirements in accordance with No Child Left Behind (NCLB) regulations and SED mandates, the Common Core Learning Standards and the CDOS Credential. Technical endorsements for diplomas are available to students in SED-certified programs, who meet or surpass grade and Regents requirements. Programs approved by SED offer integrated academics that can be used for high school credit. (See catalog and Web page for full descriptions at www.nassauboces.org/barrytech .) Call for more detailed information.NassauCAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION COURSESNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS
REGIONAL ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMProvides students, ages 16-21, who have been identified as having needs not being met in current school programs in our region. The program will be located in local area high schools and/or BOCES programs and offers our “at risk” students an opportunity to address individual and family issues that are currently hampering their progress toward a New York State diploma. The program will continue to offer academic education at a commencement level, development of transition skills, and development of social skills designed to foster improved functioning in a school setting. The Regional Alternative High School Program is also offering placement to students that have been suspended or are awaiting an out of district placement, as well as offering students the option to attend for credit recovery and test preparation for state assessments. The Regional Alternative High School is also offering placement to students who are English Language Learners. Students enrolled in this program will have a daily schedule that consists of four hour departmentalized format. Instruction takes place in “blocks” focusing on two core subjects (ELA and Math), and includes a daily CTE component. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkREGIONAL ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

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