Sites and Locations


131 Drumlin Court
Newark, NY 14513
(315) 332-7400

Adult and Continuing Education
GV-WFL Educational Technology support
Teacher Resource Center



Finger Lakes Secondary School

4120 Baldwin Road
Rushville, NY 14544
(585) 554-6492

Midlakes Education Center

550 Route 488
Clifton Springs, NY 14432
(315) 548-6631

Newark Education Center

439 West Maple Avenue
Newark, NY 14513
(315) 332-3328

Red Jacket Education Center

1506 Route 21
Shortsville, NY 14548
(585) 289-9649

Wayne Education Center

4440 Ridge Rd
Williamson, NY 14589
(315) 589-2400



Finger Lakes Technical and Career Center

3501 County Road 20
Stanley, NY 14561
(585) 526-6471
FLTCC Website

Wayne Technical and Career Center

4440 Ridge Road
Williamson, NY 14589
(315) 589-2600
WTCC Website



1000 Technology Parkway
Newark, NY 14513
(315) 332-2190
PTECH Website

Who We Are...

We are a diverse organization offering more than 200 programs and services to 25 component school districts, area employers and adult learners within a four-county area.

The W-FL BOCES has work sites in Ontario, Seneca, Wayne and Yates counties as well as staff based in many component school districts.

School Saftey

School safety is a priority. Fortunately, the programs at Wayne Finger Lakes BOCES are very safe.  However, no community is immune from the threats that endanger public schools nationwide. 

We are introducing a Safe School Helpline® to help prevent such actions. It is designed to assist you in reporting any wrongdoing that impacts our schools, our students or our staff – anonymously, so as to protect your privacy. For example, you may wish to report acts of violence, theft, drug or alcohol use, weapons or sexual harassment. 

Just call from a touch-tone phone to 1-800-4-1-VOICE, ext. 359 (418-6423) to leave your information. Or TEXT: 614-426-0240 Then type: TIPS Your message will not be traced, and you will not be identified.  The Safe School Helpline® team will transcribe and fax your message, so appropriate action can be taken. 

Thank you for your continued support to provide a safe environment for all students. If you have any questions about the Safe School Helpline®, please call your school principal