Student Services

The Office of Student Services oversees special education, English as a New Language (ENL) students in temporary housing and DASA (the Dignity for All Students Act).

Sullivan BOCES Student/Parent Support Council


The council is a group of parents, staff, board members and community stakeholders who meet three or four times per year to educate families and improve the educational experience at Sullivan BOCES.

The group will meet from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Nov. 15, 2022; Jan. 12, 2023; and April 6, 2023; at the Sullivan BOCES Rubin Pollack Education Center Career and Tech Dining Room, at 52 Ferndale-Loomis Road in Liberty.

Meetings will consist of sharing information on current topics and process and allowing time for members to give input on the needs of students and their families. Time is also set aside for families to network.

Resources


Center for Autism and Related Disabilities at SUNY Albany

The Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) offers distance education opportunities for professionals and parents on topics related to autism.
Sessions are offered at no cost and each lasts 60-90 minutes. Sessions include lectures, multimedia examples, case studies and research studies. A complete schedule of CARD sessions is available here.

Migrant Education Program

The Migrant Education Program is authorized by the Every Student Succeeds Act and provides educational services to families who work in agriculture, regardless of nationality or legal status. This program is free to eligible families and may include tutoring, student meals, educational field trips, summer programs, parent involvement activities, emergency needs and referrals. For more information contact Deborah DeGraw at ddegraw@libertyk12.org.

Westchester Institute for Human Development

WIHD operates Early Childhood and School-Age Family And Community Engagement (FACE) Centers which are part of the NYS Education Department Office of Special Education Educational Partnership network of support. The centers assist families through workshops, educational resources and direct consultation and referral. Learn more on the WIHD website