CTE students installing solar panel
Student wearing red T-shirt having lunch at Westview
Two CTE dental students preparing their tools
Pre-schoolers washing up
Work based learning students at CaTS
CTE student installing solar panel
Student holding painted pumpkin at Westside Jr/Sr High Academy
Chef and CTE student baking a pie
Painting pumpkins at Westside Jr./Sr. High Academy
Student with mask sitting at desk
Two students with an engine at CTE
Student wearing coat holding ball in the playground at Ridgecrest Academy
CTE students serving food at an event
Math teacher and student at Westview Exceptional Children
Spanish class at Westside Academy
Instructor and student working in the welding lab at CTE
Student with sun and moons on his facemask
Teaching with online resources at Westside Academy
A class being held outside at CTE

Our Latest News

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4-day instruction schedule for WEMOCO begins March 1

WEMOCO is moving to four days of in-person instruction beginning Monday, March 1 for CTE, New Visions and TASC programs. We believe that providing more in-person instruction is what is best for our students and we are confident that we can do this in a way that keeps everyone safe. Click through for all the details.
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Ryan from Gates Chili crafting his heart ornament

Made with love and power tools

If you had stopped into the woodworking lab at Westview in the Department for Exceptional Children just before winter break, you might have witnessed the creation of some beautiful handmade wooden Valentine’s hearts.
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Two CTE students installing solar panel

CTE students charged up over hands-on solar opportunity

There is no beating hands-on experience when it comes to developing skills and gaining first-hand knowledge that can be used after graduation. Students in the Residential and Commercial Electrical program at the WEMOCO Career and Technical Education (CTE) Center can attest to that, as they work on installing rooftop solar panels.
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Dr. Betty A. Rosa named NYS Permanent Commissioner of Education


Teaching assistant Shelly Williams (left) brings two remote students, Angel and Perry, (via Zoom on a laptop) closer to the action as teacher Theresa De Mattia demonstrates a science experiment.

Little things making a big difference

For most students, the importance of simply saying “hello!” to classmates every morning really can’t be overestimated. Making that connection with friends sets the tone for their entire day of learning. Now, with some students present in the classroom, and others working from home, teachers have to be creative to keep those small, yet vital, connections alive.
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Two criminal justice students working security at WEMOCO

CTE students join BOCES 2 security team for work-based learning

While there have been restrictions on in-the-field work-based learning opportunities this year due to COVID-19, the team at WEMOCO Career and Technical Education (CTE) Center has found a new way to provide students with job-related experience. Seniors in the Criminal Justice program at WEMOCO have been assisting the security team during the 2020-21 school year.
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Overview of BOCES 2 Transition Program options

There's a world of guided options for exceptional young people ready to transition from high school to life and career. From Hospitality and Applied Skills and Work-Based Learning to Project SEARCH, BOCES 2 can help. Check out this presentation featuring all of our Transition Programs.
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Mike Bray answers Westview students’ questions about preparing for a successful marathon race.

Going the distance

In the 6:1:1 physiology class at Westview in the Department for Exceptional Children, students learn about cells, homeostasis and the human body. Along the way, they also learn the importance of establishing and maintaining meaningful relationships.
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COVID-19 Updates

Daily health screening for students

BOCES 2 students must complete an electronic daily health screening. CTE WEMOCO students complete their home district’s screening only. Click to link to your child's supervisor/program.
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Daily health screening for staff

Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES staff are required to complete an electronic daily health screening. 
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Events

Mar
09

SEPTO Meeting

All meetings are scheduled via Zoom. For information or questions, please contact:
Colleen Dox-Griffith, SEPTO President, at 617-2393 [email protected]
Georgeann Beres, SEPTO Secretary, at 617-2447 [email protected]
Mar
17
Apr
13

SEPTO Meeting

All meetings are scheduled via Zoom. For information or questions, please contact:
Colleen Dox-Griffith, SEPTO President, at 617-2393 [email protected]
Georgeann Beres, SEPTO Secretary, at 617-2447 [email protected]

Mission & Vision

Mission
We provide quality, cost-effective educational services in partnership with school districts and the community in a manner that supports excellence and equity for all learners. We are committed to customer satisfaction, continuous improvement and personal and professional growth.

Vision
Monroe 2–Orleans BOCES is the educational partner of choice. We strive for continuous improvement in serving the diverse needs of our community, helping all students achieve their full potential.