Dutchess BOCES schools and offices will remain closed through the end of the school year by order of Governor Andrew Cuomo.
The Regular Meeting of the Board of Education will be held on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. via video conferencing.
Please see the postings below for resources and information

Service. Solutions. Savings.

Student Recognizes First Responders in Final Essay

[PIC] Alternative High School Student Bobby Jackson With An Unidentifired Police Officer Fom The NYPD’s 79th Precinct
Bobby Jackson was photographed with a police officer from the NYPD’s 79th precinct last summer.  Unfortunately, attempts to identify the officer were not successful.

For his final class assignment to use a photograph as inspiration for his writing, one student chose to focus upon first responders in New York City. After reading his words at the end of April, his teacher, Lisah Babb, asked to share his thoughts more widely and he agreed, saying, "I tried to make a connection with what's really going on at the moment."

BOCES Capital Project Moves Ahead

[PIC] Potential Bdders Preparing To Tour the Career and Technical Institute In April.
Pictured are potential bidders preparing to tour the Career and Technical Institute in April.

Aside from a few changes to process, the COVID-19 pandemic has not delayed the Dutchess BOCES capital project, which will bring all K-12 programs to the Salt Point Turnpike campus.

An Open Letter to Dutchess County Voters

[PIC] Graphic Featuring School Budget Vote Request Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Kelly Lappan, Executive Director of the Dutchess County School Boards Association, and Dr. Richard Hooley, District Superintendent of Dutchess BOCES, have written an open letter to voters in advance of the June 9th school budget and board member vote.