The Southern Westchester BOCES Board of Education met Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020, via videoconference. The meeting was livestreamed and is available to view at our Board Meetings page, along with recordings and transcripts of past meetings.
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SWBOCES Communications Team Earns Six Statewide PR Awards
Use Zoom, Google Meet securely, confidently and effectively
Are your Zoom meetings as secure as they can be? Are your Google Meets as engaging as possible? Our LHRIC Instructional Technology colleagues have compiled the resources you need to leverage online conferencing tools to maximum effect. Learn more at: https://it.lhric.org/using_online_conferencing_tools.
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Tappan Hill student's big brother raises funds for research
A lemonade stand in Chappaqua raised funds for research into a rare condition that affects a student at our Tappan Hill School. The Examiner newspaper tells the storyof the fundraising effort by the student's big brother.
Southern Westchester BOCES is required to develop a district-wide safety plan designed to prevent or minimize the effects of serious violent incidents and emergencies and to facilitate the coordination of the district-wide response with local and county emergency responders.
The district-wide safety plan is responsive to the needs of our programs within Southern Westchester BOCES, and is consistent with the more detailed emergency response plans required at the school building level. Southern Westchester BOCES, like school districts, has the potential to be impacted by various emergency situations. To address these potential events, the State of New York has enacted the Safe Schools Against Violence in Education (SAVE) law. Project SAVE is a comprehensive planning effort that addresses prevention, response and recovery with respect to a variety of emergencies in each school district and its schools.
The link provided will direct you to the draft document of the 2020-21 Southern Westchester BOCES District-Wide Safety Plan.