Office of Accountability

Supplemental Educational Services
Service Summary Information

Erie 1 BOCES

1.

Name of organization:

Erie 1 BOCES

Primary location:

355 Harlem Road
West Seneca, New York 14224

Contact information:
(phone / email / website):

Debra Randall
(716) 821-7071
drandall@e1b.org
Barbara Mocarski
(716) 821-7382
bmocarski@e1b.org

LEAs where service will be provided:

Buffalo Public School District

2.

Years provider has delivered service:

54 years

3.

Evidence that services have been effective:

Erie 1 BOCES provides quality, cost-effective educational services to component school districts.

4.

Title of the instructional program, curriculum series to be used (if appropriate):

RAMP: Reading and Math Progress Grades 1-6 Power Up! Building Reading Strength Grades 6-8

5.

Grade level(s) the provider will serve:

K-12

6.

Content area(s) provider will serve:

English Language Arts, Reading, Mathematics

7.

Number of sessions provided per week, if applicable:

not applicable

8.

Average length of each service session (minutes/hours):

1 hour

9.

Duration of the available service period (e.g. September 1 – June 30; September 1 – August 31; weekends only; summer school only; specific number of weeks or hours, other, etc;):

Year Round

10.

Type of instruction:

Small group (maximum of 6)

10a

Description of methods and strategies for serving eligible students with disabilities:

 

10b

Description of methods and strategies for serving eligible students with limited English proficiency:

 

11.

Qualifications of the service provider(s)/instructor(s):

New York State Certified

12.

Reports to parents, teachers, and LEA (Content, frequency, method of delivery):

Standards based report card mailed to home and home school quarterly. Phone call or personal contact follow-up.

13.

Will transportation to the service location be provided at no charge if requested? (Note: LEAs are not required to provide or pay for transportation)

No

14.

Additional relevant information:

Erie 1 BOCE strives to sustain and enhance the capacity of component school districts to carry out their roles as the chief instrument in the schooling of the children, youth, and adults in their communities.

Last Updated: April 26, 2012