Dutchess BOCES District Superintendent Vacancy

Brochure

The Dutchess BOCES is seeking applicants for District Superintendent.

For more information, click HERE

Timeline To read more about the timeline for filling the District Superintendent vacancy, click HERE
Application To submit an application* via standard mail, click HERE


Digital Application To submit a digital application* via email, click HERE 


* Submit the following materials with your completed application: Letter of interest, resumé, placement folder, academic transcripts, copies of administrative certificate(s), essay answers

Dutchess BOCES District Superintendent Search Survey

The Dutchess BOCES Board of Trustees met February 18th to begin the process of developing a search plan and profile for the next District Superintendent. We have created a confidential survey for stakeholders to share their views of the characteristics they would like to see in the next District Superintendent as well as thoughts on what Dutchess BOCES should aspire to be over the next three to five years. By clicking on the link below you will be able to participate in this important process.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MLV52MJ

April Grants Update Newsletter

Grants

Interested in pursuing funding opportunities for your classroom, program or project?

Read more about various educational grants in the April 2015 Dutchess BOCES Grants Update Newsletter.

Application deadlines are always quickly approaching, so be certain to take note of them and best of luck!

BOCES Students Told To Dream Big

BOCES Students Told to Dream BigElementary students were encouraged to dream big when the County Executive Marc Molinaro stopped by to share a favorite Dr. Seuss book with three Dutchess BOCES classes on Tuesday.

Dutchess BOCES teachers, who teach at Vail Farm Elementary in the Arlington Central School District, began a study unit focusing on Dr. Seuss on March 2nd, the author’s birthday. To contribute to the excitement, they invited the County Executive to be a guest reader and saved an inspirational book just for him.

Read the entire press release HERE.

Come Together and Eat for Autism Awarness

E.A.T. for AutismThe PEACCE Program at Dutchess BOCES is planning an event on Wednesday, April 8th at the Daily Planet in coordination with Autism Directory Service.

We're inviting families of our PEACCE Program to join, but this is extended to the public.

When people eat at the Daily Planet on this date, 15% of the proceeds will go towards the Autism Directory Service.  In addition, children will get a complimentary dessert!

To read the Event Flyer and accompanying Brochure, click HERE.

Spotlight: Navigating the CDOS Credential

March SpotlightLast year, the New York State Education Department developed an exit credential for high school students with Individual Education Programs (IEP) requiring special education support.

In resopnse, Dutchess BOCES Career and Technical Institute is offering a new Work-Based Learning (WBL) service starting in the 2015-2016 school year.

Students seeking this alternate graduation path must meet specific requirements that include a minimum of 54 hours in work-based learning, developing an employability profile/career plan, and other criteria to meet the Career Development Occupational Studies (CDOS) credential requirements under an approved WBL coordinator.

Read more about CTI's assistance with CDOS Credential HERE in the March Spotlight.

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