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NE CO BOCES, 4 days ago

NE BOCES is open for Friday, March 15th. If your school is open and travel for you to your school is comfortable to you, provide services tomorrow. If your school assignment is closed complete a work from home form. If your school assignment is open, but travel to your school is not comfortable to you, please inform your school and complete a work from home form. Please be safe tomorrow and have a great break. I am aware of Peetz and Merino closed for weather. Akron, Revere and Wray are on Spring Break. No students in Otis, only conferences.

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NE CO BOCES, 5 days ago

NE BOCES and all NE BOCES Schools are closed tomorrow, Thursday, March 14th. Please stay safe and warm.

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NE CO BOCES, 6 days ago

NE BOCES is closed tomorrow, Wed. March 13. The office is closed and all staff are not to report to schools. Other school districts closed for tomorrow are: Akron, Revere, Peetz, Holyoke, Merino, Haxtun, and Fleming. Wray, Yuma, Otis, Lone Star, and Julesburg are planning on opening at this time and will arrange an early release when needed.

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NE CO BOCES, 12 months ago

BOCES MISSION: “We are committed to delivering and supporting educational and instructional programs to enable school district to meet the needs of students and staff.” Northeast Colorado BOCES was formed in July 1966 by seven districts. The districts were Akron, Haxtun, Holyoke, Julesburg, Otis, Valley (Sterling), and West Yuma. The following months of that year, Arickaree, Lone Star, Fleming, Merino, and Woodlin were accepted as members, bringing the total to 12. The initial project selected by the members was to form an area vocational school for students. In January of 1967, a cooperative to provide special education was agreed upon. Presently, Northeast Colorado BOCES has 12 members: Akron, Fleming, Haxtun, Holyoke, Julesburg, Lone Star, Merino, Otis, Peetz, Revere, Wray, and Yuma. Today these districts participate in special education, professional development, teacher preparation, federal grants, gifted & talented, media, data, technology, career and technical education, school to work, and cooperative purchasing programs. All Northeast Colorado BOCES programs are initiated and governed by member districts. These programs are flexible and may change from year to year depending on the needs of its members. By forming a cooperative, members are able to provide more efficient and effective programs and services for the advancement of student achievement.

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