Coser 646 - School Communications


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The Southern Westchester BOCES Office of Public Information provides a variety of services to enhance District communications and public relations efforts. 

The Office produces the official publications of Southern Westchester BOCES, including its annual Services Guide and Budget Book as well as newsletters, catalogues and brochures for our centers. Experienced school public relations professionals provide participating school districts with planned and targeted communications services, including presentations, publications, social media, web content management and crisis communications assistance.      

Our staff has been recognized by the New York and National School Public Relations Associations for outstanding quality and achievement. We are savvy social media users experienced in engagement, audience targeting, mobile video and cross-platform messaging. We have established relationships with professional consultants, enabling smooth production schedules and cost-effective pricing. Our staff of former journalists work closely with local media and online partners.

We currently serve the centers of Southern Westchester BOCES as well as the Elmsford, Valhalla, Port Chester and Ossining school districts.

Want to learn more?

We can tailor a full-year, full-service agreement or limited, project-specific agreements. Call us today to learn how we can support your communications needs: 914-592-4203. 


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    Students in the SWBOCES Music/Sound Production Program are honing their skills in various internships throughout Westchester. 

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  • Car Show Scheduled for May 21st

    Don't miss out the annual Car Show, a much-anticipated event at the SWBOCES Center for Career Services. Find out more here.

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  • Students Update Wiring in Race Car Trailer

    Two students from the SWBOCES Electrical Construction Program recently completed a re-wiring and other work on a race car trailer parked outside Building A on the Career Services campus. 

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  • Awesome Packaging Designs Completed by Architecture Students

    Students in the Architecture/Interior Design Program at the SWBOCES Center for Career Services can add these product packaging designs to their portfolios. 

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  • Students Plant Shrubs and Trees for Earth Day

    Students at the SWBOCES Center for Career Services took some time off April 24th to plant some shrubs and trees in recognition of Earth Day

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  • LHRIC's Ramirez named 'Advocate of the Year'

    Business group to bestow honor at annual conference 

    Carlos Ramirez, MS Ed., an Account Manager with the Lower Hudson Regional Information Center, has been selected by the New York State Association of School Business Officials to receive its 2017 Advocate of the Year award. Click here to read more.

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  • Tech Expo 2017 Attracts Educators from Around the Region

    The LHRIC's Tech Expo drew educators from across the region eager to hear about the latest tech tools and resources during a daylong series of breakout sessions and keynote presentations. 

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  • Careers students visit Active Learning Center

    The LHRIC's "classroom of the future" provided a setting for SWBOCES students  to join a videoconference with a director of admissions at Cornell University. Read more here.

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  • Reimagined Learning Spaces the Focus of Library Conference Keynote

    Tech education specialist Bret Foster encouraged school librarians attending the Seventh Annual SLS Conference March 31 to consider their school libraries as active learning spaces. Read more about the popular conference here.

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  • Meeting design puts focus on culture shift, classroom change

    Dan Gross of Innovative Designs for Education shared ideas with component district administrators at our Harrison campus today on designing meetings that model what's important and what they're looking to accomplish in classrooms. "If you want to inspire teachers to take the next steps toward 21st Century classrooms," Gross said, "One of the ways that can happen in the culture is if the meetings model those shifts." The daylong session, "Designing Meetings to Model Instructional Shifts," focused on designing small-group discussion protocols, embedding formative assessment, infusing technology, and creating multiple paths for learning and collaboration.

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