Provides instruction by state-certified instructors in the basic safety training course required of all bus drivers, the advanced safety training course and advanced driver training.
A regional workshop, co-sponsored by the Genesee Valley School Boards Institute is also available. Click the link below for information about the Transportation Personnel Conference offered by GVSBI.
Itinerant Services are provided by BOCES staff who are shared by two or more districts, usually on a Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) basis. This arrangement enables component districts to increase their course offerings without adding full-time teaching positions. The sharing districts are directly billed. Services of a support nature can also be shared and are also included in this category. (BOCES aid is unavailable for support positions and services that are otherwise aided.)
An initial offering of specific personnel is based on assumptions about final requests for the coming year. However, requests for Itinerant Services can occur throughout the year and need not be restricted to the positions on the initial list. Subject and special areas in which itinerant teachers generally are found are listed below.
- French Instructor
- German Instructor
- Gifted & Talented Instructor
- Hearing Impaired Instructor
- Home Economics Instructor
- Home School Coordination
- Music Instructor
- Occupational Therapist
- Physical Therapist
- Public Relations Coordinator
- Pupil Personnel Coordinator
- Remedial Reading Instructor
- School Food Services Supervisor
- School Psychologist
- School-to-Career Coordinator
- School Social Worker
- Spanish Instructor
- Speech Therapist
- Visually Impaired Instructor
- Business Office Personnel
This service provides leadership and coordination for component school districts, municipalities and counties in cooperative bidding. Representatives of the school districts and agencies work with BOCES personnel to develop standard specifications for necessary items. BOCES then prepares proposals and bids, solicits vendors to bid, requests samples as needed and coordinates the analysis and decision making process for cooperative bids. Savings are generated not only from the thousands of dollars saved, but also from the time saved by the individual participants.
This service provides the component districts with consultation and expertise on management of inactive and permanent records resulting in space savings, easy access to records and disaster management. We will assist the districts in making decisions about storage, inventory, digitization, microfilming, records disposal, and records retrieval. This may include central storage of records in our regional support center, in-house microfilming and in-house digitizing of records. Records will be identified, transported, prepared for filming and digitizing, filmed and digitized and entered into an inventory database. Click the buttons below for access to the New York State Archives Records Retention Schedule (ED-1) rev 2004 and the Transcript/Health Record Request Form. For further information, contact Keith Henry, Records Management Officer.
- Home Tutoring
- Newspaper Advertising
- Performance Contracting Savings Verification
- Plumbing - Provides experienced plumbers for repair and installations.
- Staff Development for Support Personnel
- Substitute Calling
- Telephone Inter-Connect
- Workers Compensation - Provides coordination of a self-funded Workers’ Compensation Program.
What We Do...
The Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES Business Office provides a number of administrative services that are up-to-date, efficient, and cost effective. Our staff is skilled, knowledgeable, creative and responsive to customer needs.
For more information contact: Keith Henry - Assistant Superintendent for Administration at 315-332-7428