Department of Special Education
Nassau County’s leader in special education services
The Nassau BOCES Department of Special Education is the premier provider of special education services in the region, delivering individualized instruction to over 1,800 students at 10 Nassau BOCES special education schools throughout the county.
Diversified special education programs to prepare students with moderate or severe learning, emotional, behavioral, physical, vision, hearing, developmental, and all other disability categories for college and career readiness, adult services and supported employment are offered in a caring, supportive, student centered environment that empowers every student to reach their maximum potential.
Susan McNulty, Executive Director
Fax: (516) 997-8778
Barbara Longo, Assistant Director
News from our Schools
Parents/Guardians may pick up their child’s Breakfast and Lunch at either their child’s school or any Nassau BOCES school that is closer to their home.
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Who says remote instruction can't be hands-on? Nassau BOCES Children's Readiness Center (CRC) teacher Laura Trowbridge dropped off materials at her students' houses so that they could participate in activities together through online learning.
Jake Baron has been appointed Assistant Principal of the Nassau BOCES Rosemary Kennedy School in Wantagh.
Kathleen Bulfin-Rella has been appointed Assistant Principal of the RKS at Willet Avenue in Hicksville.
Latessa Clairborne has been appointed Assistant Principal of the Nassau BOCES Seaman Neck Middle School in Seaford. She brings a broad range of experience to her new position at the school.
Easton Hazell has been appointed to principal of the Nassau BOCES Career Preparatory High School in Westbury.