Management Services

Management Services

DCMO BOCES is Here to Support Your School District

DCMO BOCES serves clients, including our sixteen component school districts plus several other districts through cross-contracts, as well as some municipalities and counties. Our primary focus, of course, is on our public school district clients and we offer a wide range of management services available to help them manage their local school districts.  Through economies of scale, DCMO can often provide a more efficient model to accomplish the work of school district management.  Services we offer include business management support, personnel services, ancillary services management, and health and safety programs.  We work collaboratively with the districts we serve to provide solutions to the challenges they face, especially in times of fiscal constraints.  We are now, more than ever, committed to providing staff, facilities, and resources to help you do more with less.  Realize the value of savings cooperative services can offer, and enhance revenues through BOCES aid on services that qualify.  Together, increased efficiency and additional aid will result in savings to your budget.  Put our menu of solutions and resources to work for your school district.

Your Solutions to Your Challenges Begin With A Single Contact:
Bob Avery
Director of Services
DCMO BOCES
607-335-1215
[email protected]
 

Business Office Support
Central Business Office (CBO)
Cooperative Purchasing
Medicaid Reimbursement
Planning & Grant Writing
Records Management and Fixed Assets

Personnel Management
Cafeteria (Section 125) Plan Administration
Employee Assistance Program
Health Care Coordination
Labor Relations
Personnel Recruitment Service
Teacher Registry

Safety & Risk Management

School Lunch Management

Transportation
Bus Driver Training and Testing Services
Bus Radio Towers and Repeaters

Other Services
Courier Delivery Service
Interscholastic Sports Coordination
Printing Service
Public Information

Legislative Authority

New York State believes that BOCES plays a critical role in PK-12 education in the state.  In 1948, the legislature created Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) to provide shared educational programs and services to school districts within the state. Today there are 37 BOCES that are partnering with nearly all of the state's school districts to help meet students' evolving educational needs through cost-effective and relevant programs.  Under Education Law section 1950, DCMO BOCES may provide any educational or management service that is requested by two or more component districts and approved by the commissioner of education according to need and practicality in a regional context.
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