Preschool students at their graduation ceremony
Happy child with aide and student volunteer at SEPTO Fair
Two engaged students watching a video conference on spiders
Teacher working with student on carpentry skills at Alternative High School
Preschoolers wearing bright blue mortarboards lined up in the hallway in preparation for their graduation ceremony
Visiting professional speaking to two students at Career Day event
Two CTE dental students using stuffed animals to show preschoolers how to brush their teeth.
Friends checking out the mall on a field trip.
Student and aide using a laptop.
Student with aide at the ADL House garden.
Student looking for gifts at a holiday fair event.
Group of TDP students enjoying the annual talent show

Department for Exceptional Children

News

2019 Flu Clinics with photo of sick woman

2019 Flu Clinics

Mark your calendar today! Get the schedule for flu clinics at BOCES 2. More +
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Educational Foundation Celebration - 11/2/2019

You are invited for dinner, music and dancing at Ridgemont Country Club on Saturday, Nov. 2. All proceeds benefit the Make All the Difference Scholarship Fund. More +
Save the Dates for Project SEARCH Family Involvement Sessions

News and events for Project SEARCH families

Are you a family supporting past, present or future Project SEARCH interns? We've got news for you! More +
Back to School 2019

Welcome Back!

NYS Education Department Acting Commissioner Beth Berlin welcomes students, educators and parents back to school. More +

Events

Sep
25

SEPTO Meeting

Wed Sep 25 2019
Oct
14

Columbus Day - No School

Mon Oct 14 2019
Oct
23

SEPTO Meeting

Wed Oct 23 2019
Nov
11

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. Follow us on Facebook.
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