Come join us for an official Stupid Cancer Meetup here in Evanston on Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. Click the link below for more information!
We hope to see you there!
Kelly D’Atri and Jace McMurray just finished the B.O. O. S. T. program at the Uinta B.O.C.E.S. #1 Education Center. They both earned their Wyoming High School Equivalency Certificate, and are both candidates for the National Honor Society because of their test scores. They both earned high enough scores to also qualify for the highest Hathaway Scholarship. They took the Wyoming Work Keys assessment and received gold certificates, which lets future employers know they are proficient in reading, math, and locating information on a computer. Kelly has already signed up for classes at Western Wyoming College starting in Jan. 2014, and Jace intends to sign up soon.
Jace left high school during his sophomore year because of attendance problems, due to illness. He decided to attend the B.O.O.S.T. program for several reasons. He wanted to earn his equivalency certificate so he could start college, but he was also interested in some of the life and job skills offered. Kelly dropped out of high school in her sophomore year. Two years later, in Sept, 2013, she realized she wanted to go to college, but needed her G.E.D. first. She joined the B.O.O.S.T. program because she wanted to review the core subjects before testing.
Both students have received certifications for CPR, AHA, Defensive Driving, Cent$ible Nutrition, and Essentials of Leadership. They both received résumé and other job skill training from Wyoming Workforce Services, who, along with the Uinta County Human Services, sponsors the B.O.O.S.T. program.
Kelly and Jace both said they are grateful for the B.O.O.S.T. program, and for the chance to get started on the path toward their career goals.
Uinta B.O.C.E.S. #1 Education Center is proud to host the 2014 Geriatric Health Internet Series for Health Care Professionals January 7 – March 11, 2014. The series will be held every Tuesday from 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm.
Please click on the link below for more information:
To register, please contact Uinta B.O.C.E.S. #1 Education Center at 307-789-5742.
We hope to see you there!
After celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday, we look back at what some Uinta B.O.C.E.S. #1 Education Center employees are thankful for in their own lives.
- “I am thankful that the Lord has blessed me so generously with the perfect family, loving friends, good health, and a wonderful life!” Beckie Eskelson
- “I know this is pretty stereotypical… but I’m thankful for my family. They are everything to me, and I wouldn’t be half the person I am today without them.” Bret McCoy
- “I am thankful for working with such wonderful, kind, fellow employees and friends.” Carol Bourland
- “I am thankful for:
- My very supportive husband, Jay
- All my family – who make every day a joy
- Having a great boss and wonderful co-workers
- Getting to do a job I love every day
- All my students – past and present – I love them all!” Diane White
- “Everyone that’s in my life. I am pretty lucky.” Jennifer Barrus
- “I am thankful for – my family – (wife, 5 kids, their spouses and 10 grandkids), my job at the BOCES and living in a nice town like Evanston.” Keith Douglass
- “I am thankful that my granddaughter who was life flighted to Salt Lake soon after her premature birth. She is thriving. Also my grandson who was recently born prematurely and is doing fine.” Mike Williams
- “Faith, Family, Friends, and good Fortune.” Rocky Young
- “I am thankful I still have ducks to put in a row.” Rocky Young
- “I am thankful for my wonderful family including my two dogs, my friends, my home and my health.” Shirley Davis
- “My family….kids, grandkids, brothers, remaining aunts and uncles, and relatives. I have a job, I love my work family where I work. I have a roof over my families head and good food to eat. I’m thankful I have the opportunity to help ohers – it keeps one from becoming selfish. Most of all, I’m thankful for a loving, forgiving, understanding Father in Heaven. Without him, I would not be the person I am.” Trudy Biorn
We all have so much to be thankful for – instead of only thinking of these once a year, we hope to remember our blessings all throughout 2014 and beyond!
Find out what is new at Uinta B.O.C.E.S. #1 Education Center! Check out the November e-newsletter HERE.
Registration is now open for spring 2014 classes at WWCC, UW, or USU. Spring classes start January 13, 2014. Hurry in to the Uinta B.O.C.E.S. #1 Education Center to meet with Al Calmes and the WWCC staff or get online to register for classes at UW or USU.
Remember, if you need help filling out your FAFSA form for financial aid, contact Bonnie Straw at the Education Center.
Don’t put off your dream of going to college. You can start now, right here in Evanston, with the help of all of the resources at the Uinta B.O.C.E.S. #1 Education Center.
Call 307-789-5742, or stop in today at 1013 W. Cheyenne Drive.
It is time to start pursuing your dream!