The Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES Office for Instructional Programs delivers programs and services to meet a variety of needs of individuals’ birth through adulthood. A wide range of educational opportunities is offered to expand and enrich learning for all. Programs encompassed within the Office for Instructional Programs include:
Career and Technical Education (CTE)
Offers high school students an opportunity to explore any of the number of different career and technical fields. Relying heavily on school-based and work-based applied learning, students learn the skills they need for immediate employment or prepare for a career that requires further education.
Center for Workforce Development (CWD)
CWD provides adult education and career training programs. CWD offers high-technology career training that is affordable, convenient, short-term and targeted to the adult learner. Also offered through CWD is a high school equivalency course designed for individuals 18 or older who want to earn a General Educational Development (GED) diploma.
Department for Exceptional Children
Provides programs to meet the needs of students with a variety of abilities, which cannot be completely addressed by their local school districts. The Department for Exceptional Children encompasses four divisions:
Regional Summer School
This provides instructional support to students in participating districts by extending their study to the summer months.
Westside Jr. /Sr. Academy
This was designed to meet the needs of students’ grades 7-12 who require an alternative learning environment.
For more information about BOCES 2 Instructional Programs, please contact:
Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Programs
3599 Big Ridge Road
Spencerport, NY 14559
Ph: (585) 352-2415