Looking for a resource that isn't listed on this page? Please
contact web administrator
Brooks Brown for assistance.
Current school year information
View location and contact information for the current school year.
Capital Region BOCES testing transparency report
View the testing transparency report (PDF).
Committees on Special Education (CSE)
School district committees on special education (CSE) help determine
eligibility and appropriate services, provided by the BOCES Special
Education Division as well as other sources. If you have questions
or concerns about your child/teens development or special
educational needs, the CSE staff in your home school district can
provide many of the answers you need.
Early Childhood Direction Center (ECDC)
The Capital District/North Country
Early Childhood Direction Center (ECDC) is a New York State
Education Department funded project that provides information,
referral and support to families and professionals, community
agencies and school districts.
information to families regarding child development, behavior,
special needs and school related issues.
and referral for families
services to children and families
to families to ensure appropriate services are accessed.
for parents on topics such as understanding and preparing for the
changes as their children move through early intervention services
to preschool and to kindergarten;
assistance/training for school districts related to preschool
At the following links, you'll find a
selection of workshops, activities for children, teens
and families, local organizations and reference materials on topics
related to special education.
In the event of an emergency
In the event of an emergency, every effort will be made to
contact parents and guardians by phone. Additionally, information
will be posted to the homepage of the
BOCES website and through the Capital Region BOCES
Facebook page page and
New York State Adult Career and Continuing Education
Services-Vocational Rehabilitation (ACCES-VR)
ACCES-VR/Adult Career and Continuing Education Services-Vocational
Rehabilitation (formerly known as VESID) offers access to
a full range of employment and independent living services that may
be needed by persons with disabilities through their lives. Through
its administration of vocational rehabilitation and independent
living programs, VR coordinates policy and services relating to:
services for students with disabilities from school to adult
rehabilitation services for working age individuals with
living services for people with disabilities of all ages; and
services for hiring a qualified diverse workforce.
Parents Bill of Rights
Parents Bill of Rights is
now available, a posting required by the New York State Board of
Release of student directory information
Capital Region BOCES has an opt-out policy regarding the release of
student directory information.
You can find details here.
Capital Region programs and supports for children with special needs
and their families
Summer camps for children with disabilities