Communication & Social Skills (CaSS) student completing an online course.
Students speaking with business people at Career Day.
Three children in Integrated PreK program with blocks.
Three HS students working collaboratively with wooden blocks.
Two friends in the HaAs program.
Child at SEPTO event.
Four happy guys at the Spring Dinner Dance.
Enjoying the Spring Dinner Dance.
Preschool graduate with diploma.
Communication & Social Skills (CaSS) student completing an online course.
Project SEARCH graduates.
Student in Work Based Learning program.
Transition student.
Young boy at SEPTO event.
BELL graduate working at Panera.
Three students at Ridgecrest Academy.
Preschool student.

Department for Exceptional Children

News

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BOCES 2 Capital Project Celebration

Join us on Monday, Oct. 15 as we Move Forward Together at ESC. Ceremony begins at 4 p.m. with Open Campus Tours from 4:30-6:30 p.m.
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Image of smiling physicians: Make the time for your flu shot.

Oct. 4 Flu Clinic

Make time for a flu shot. BOCES 2 is hosting several flu clinics this season.
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AHS Wildcats mural.

Restorative justice at Alternative High School

“Our goal at Alternative High School (AHS) is to create a culture of caring, a place where everyone feels welcomed, supported and safe,” said Program Supervisor Adam Porter. The school has already come a long way towards achieving that aim, and this year, staff and students have a new tool: restorative justice. More +
The Art Appreciation class gave student Dylan Renehan the opportunity to survey several thousand years of art history in an easily-accessed online format.

Opening new doors to learning 

With help from CaTS Instructional Technology team, teachers in the Department for Exceptional Children's grade-level programs are bringing challenging courses like AP English, Physics, Media Literacy and Geometry to their classrooms. 
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Events

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Flu Clinic

Thu Oct 4 2018
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Columbus Day

Mon Oct 8 2018
Oct
15

About

The Department for Exceptional Children at Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES provides programs to meet the needs to students with a variety of abilities, which cannot be completely addressed by their local school districts. A wide range of educational opportunities is offered to expand and enrich learning for students with particular gifts and talents, to teach students with limited English proficiency, and to assist students with varying disabilities who require special instructional and support services.
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