James Widmer announced in new position.
Nassau BOCES' primary business application, PeopleSoft, is undergoing a multi-year upgrade with a focus on the user. Throughout the agency, every department and all employees interact with one of PeopleSoft's two platforms -- HR and Financials.
District Superintendent Dr. Robert R. Dillon delivered the 2017 Nassau BOCES State of the Agency address before an audience of students, staff members, partners, Board members and elected officials on May 18, 2017, at the Robert E. Lupinskie Center for Curriculum, Instruction and Technology.
Judith A. Hynes has been named Executive Manager of District Programs for RSIP.
Fifty-five out of 56 districts vote yes.
Celebrate Public School Volunteer Week, April 17-21.
The Filmmaking program at Long Island High School for the Arts (LIHSA) is getting statewide attention after being featured in the latest episode of New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA) News.
Attendees of Nassau BOCES' 50th anniversary party were as diverse as the services the agency has offered through the years. View a slideshow of photos here!
By a vote of 2,184 to 223, Nassau County residents approved Nassau BOCES’ public vote to purchase the Carman Road School in Massapequa Park for $9 million.
This year, 430 of our colleagues reached service milestones for a combined 6,955 years of service. Nassau BOCES employees from around the agency were thanked during this year’s Employee Recognition Day on December 8.
Tickets for this year’s Nassau BOCES Night at the Subway Series have been sold out. 175 employees, family and friends will be in attendance to cheer on their favorite New York team.
Nassau BOCES Long Island High School for the Arts’ (LIHSA) own Dina Denis was lauded recently for her collaborative work with renowned choreographer Anabella Lenzu.
Mindy Davidson, Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor at Nassau BOCES’ Rosemary Kennedy School, was recognized as one of Long Island’s Top 50 Most Influential Women in Business for 2016 by Long Island Business News.
Nina Van Erk and Robert "B.A." Schoen shared their expertise in school athletics program management and policy with attendees at the New York State School Boards Association's (NYSSBA) 97th Annual Convention & Education Expo.
By a vote of 707 to 99, Massapequa residents approved the district's October 18 referendum to sell the Carman Road School, which Nassau BOCES has rented for nearly 40 years.
This notice contains information on getting medication under a workers’ compensation claim with the New York State Insurance Fund (NYSIF).
Peter Dalton to take the reins at Barry Tech.
Nassau BOCES said goodbye to 126 retirees during the 2015-16 academic year. We thank them for their years of service.
For the first time in the award’s history, the New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA) is honoring two school board members with the Everett R. Dyer Award for Distinguished School Board Service.
The Nassau BOCES Board recognized Deputy Superintendent Dr. Robert J. Hanna for his service to agency. Dr. Hanna is retiring at the end of the month.
Lucinda Hurley honored by the Child Care Council of Suffolk, Inc.
Begley and Robinson to assume new roles.
Kellie Cook McLaurin was named Assistant Principal of the Nassau BOCES in-district Twilight Alternative High School programs.
We are proud to announce that Board Member Robert "B.A." Schoen, of Baldwin, has been elected the new Area 11 Director for the New York State School Boards Association.
Looking for discounts for Broadway shows, vacations, movies or a car rental? Now those discounts, and more, are all available in one place through Plum Benefits.
Nassau BOCES employees were awarded grants totaling more than $40K.
Kim Scharoff from Nassau BOCES' Speech and Hearing Services is set to receive the Long Island Speech-Language Hearing Association's highest honor, the Honors of the Association award.
Interested in helping to get employees together to support a good cause? A coordinator is needed to head up the agency's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk on October 18 at Jones Beach.
Nassau BOCES Rosemary Kennedy School adds to leadership team.
Congratulations to Nassau BOCES Board District Clerk Deborah Coates on being recognized for her tireless work to make her community a better place.
Nassau BOCES said goodbye to 124 retirees during the 2014-15 academic year. We thank them for their years of service.
Dr. Robert R. Dillon will assume responsibility for leading the largest BOCES in New York State on September 1, 2015.
Nassau BOCES employees were awarded grants totaling more than $24,000.
Congratulations to the members of Team Nassau BOCES who participated in the 2016 Marcum Workplace Challenge on July 27.
Learn how to sign up for identity theft repair and credit monitoring services at http://AnthemFacts.com. This offer is free to current and former members, which may include Nassau BOCES employees.
Now you can help support the Nassau BOCES Educational Foundation by shopping at Amazon Smile at https://smile.amazon.com/ch/87-0776465.
All employees of Nassau BOCES are required to receive annual compliance training, including Sexual Harassment and Section 504. This year, Human Resources will be providing access to training videos online through the Global Compliance Network.
Effective Friday April 12, 2013, Nassau BOCES will no longer be utilizing FormHog for asset disposals and transfers. Read the full message from Internal Auditor Barbara Golemme here.
Nassau BOCES is a good place to work, and our employees are happy and engaged according to the 2012 Employee Engagement survey results.
Laura Holder-Gibbs has been named principal.
Former Assistant Principal is now school leader.
Plainview resident Eric B. Schultz was elected President of the Nassau BOCES Board during its organization meeting on July 10.
Nassau BOCES has appointed Dr. Tracey A. Nekulak, of Carle Place, as its new Executive Director for Human Resources.