At Dutchess BOCES, our primary commitment is to the students and families we serve. Administrators have been developing our School Reopening Plan since May. It defines clear guidance for the reopening of our schools and aligns with the regulations developed in collaboration with New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) and the New York State Education Department (NYSED).
Two instructors from different BOCES have come together to have some fun while helping students retain information they have learned in class.
Students from Dutchess BOCES were among the students who participated in the Youth Empowerment and Sustainability Summit Feb. 6-8, 2020, at Ashokan Center in Ulster County.
Sustainability and climate change are big topics in business and politics. It only makes sense that education tackles them as well.
The latest issue of the Dutchess BOCES Communicator includes news about opening schools as COVID challenges continue. Highlighted is some of the stellar work done by the Facilities and Operations Division to keep students and staff all safe.
A bulldozer moves dirt in preparation for the new building’s foundation. The new, gray staircase tower can be seen in the background.
A new staircase tower stands out at the Career and Technical Institute, part of the first phase of the $36.8 million capital improvement project that will bring a new alternative high school to the site as well as renovations to CTI and Salt Point Center.