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  • Sullivan BOCES Transitions Select Programs to a 4-Day Hybrid Schedule on March 1, 2021 (Click here to learn more)

    Sullivan BOCES is happy to announce that we will transition from a 2-day hybrid schedule to a 4-day hybrid schedule on March 1, 2021, for all elementary K-6 programs, all MS/HS iTAP programs, IDT, SPARC, and Alternative Education students. At this time, students who attend the Special Education MS/HS, CAP, and 12:1:1 programs and Career & Technical Education will remain on the 2-day hybrid schedule. If you have chosen to keep your child on a hybrid schedule, your child will attend in-person 4-days a week: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday and will work remotely on Wednesdays. All other students will be on a full remote schedule. If you have not completed the scheduling survey or relayed this information to your child’s Principal, please contact the main office of your child’s program as soon as possible to make arrangements.

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  • Student COVID-19 Building Entrance Screening (Unable to Scan the QR Code, please click here)

    Please scan the QR code above to complete the student COVID-19 building entrance screening questionnaire. This screening protocol is part of the re-opening process for Sullivan BOCES. Please complete this questionnaire each day before your child gets on the bus to come to school. Thank you for your cooperation.

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  • Sullivan BOCES Employee COVID-19 Building Entrance Screening (Unable to Scan the QR Code, please click here)

    Please scan the QR code above to complete the building entrance screening questionnaire. This screening protocol is part of the re-opening process for school districts. Please complete this questionnaire before the start of work EACH day you are on-site. Thank you for your cooperation and assistance.

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  • Sullivan Renaissance Internship and Scholarship Program (For more information click here)

    Sullivan Renaissance is a beautification and community development initiative of the Gerry Foundation. Each year, in partnership with the Sullivan County Center for Workforce Development, Sullivan Renaissance hires several part-time seasonal interns to work alongside community volunteers on grant-funded projects. This paid internship is an excellent opportunity for youth between the ages of 16 - 20 years old to be part of the movement to change and shape the future of communities throughout Sullivan County. Sullivan Renaissance has two scholarship programs that are available for volunteers who make a significant contribution to a Sullivan Renaissance project. In partnership with the Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan Counties, a limited number of scholarships to the college of one’s choice are available for Sullivan County residents. The SUNY Sullivan College Foundation awards a limited number of scholarships to youth or adult volunteers who contribute their time to a Renaissance project.

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  • Sullivan 180 Shares Community Resource Guide (Please click here to access the guide)

    Sullivan 180 has produced a Community Resource Guide for you to use and share. This guide is their response to the number one barrier to achieving better health identified by Sullivan County residents: knowledge of existing resources. It can be complex and overwhelming to identify and locate services that will help in your hour of need, particularly if you are new to the area, or in crisis. After several years of information gathering, Sullivan 180 worked with community partners and the Sullivan County Democrat to print the resource guide in an effort to get it into the hands of as many community residents as possible.

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  • Home School Building/District COVID-19 Related Closures (Click here for more info)

    As you are aware, COVID-19 related cases are increasing throughout our region. As a precautionary measure, if the building that your child is assigned to at their home school closes or the entire district closes for COVID-19 related reasons, please do not send your child to Sullivan BOCES. Your child should be kept home and will remain on remote instruction for the duration of the building/district’s closure. We ask that you continually check your child’s home school district’s website for updates on their closure status. Once your child’s home school district removes its closure status, Sullivan BOCES will resume hybrid instruction for your child. If you have any questions, please contact your child's principal.

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