Dutchess BOCES schools and offices will remain closed through April 15th by order of Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Dutchess BOCES Board of Education Regular Meeting and Annual Meeting of April 1, 2020 will be held via video conference.
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On April 1, the Board of Trustees of Dutchess BOCES held both its April meeting and Annual Meeting via teleconference due to the current COVID-19 emergency.
The Dutchess BOCES Career and Technical Institute donated thousands of gloves and masks from the nursing and nursing assistant programs to Dutchess County to help in the battle against COVID-19.
Dutchess BOCES staff leave Salt Point Center with food for families of students in various programs.
About 45 Dutchess BOCES employees from across the agency showed up to Salt Point Center Tuesday for a food drive to help ensure that BOCES students had food and necessities.
Dutchess BOCES is offering 18 facilitated sessions for educators in job-alike, grade-alike, and subject-alike roles to support their transition to distance learning methods of instruction.
Since Dutchess BOCES closed all buildings on Tuesday, March 17, custodial and maintenance staff have been diligently working to clean the buildings and prepare them for the eventual return of staff and students.
The Corona virus/COVID-19 pandemic has challenged all of us to change how we work. For three Dutchess BOCES Nurse Instructors, it has meant adding a second job to help our communities.
The Prospective Board Members Workshop scheduled for March 29 and presented by the Dutchess County School Boards Association has been cancelled.
Staff throughout Dutchess BOCES spent Monday, March 16 finalizing preparations for the unprecedented closing of all schools in New York. While academics were the focus, the basic student need of having enough food to eat was also addressed.