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The Onondaga-Cortland-Madison Board Of Cooperative Educational Services (OCM BOCES) School Information Office produces publications highlighting programs and services available to component school districts and the community, as well as articles of current interest to classroom teachers and OCM BOCES staff.

OCM BOCES employs a part-time School Information Officer to work with local media in getting information out to the Central New York community. The School Information Officer also compiles information about various programs, services and events taking place within BOCES and uses the information in several publications.

BOCES Bits is a newsletter for staff of OCM BOCES, published monthly from September through June of each school year. Current and past issues of BOCES Bits are available in PDF format. To view all issues of the newsletter, please click here.

The  2012-13 OCM BOCES Annual Report is available here as a PDF download.

Click here to download OCM BOCES logo guidelines for the 2013-2014 school year.

To find out more about OCM BOCES and what we can do for you, dowload our "Welcome to OCM BOCES" Fact Sheet or download our brochure.

OCM BOCES Alumni Hall of Fame


The Onondaga-Cortland-Madison BOCES Career and Technical Education Alumni Hall of Fame was established in 2011 to honor individuals who have graduated from our Career and Technical Education programs and who demonstrate leadership in their field. Each year, nominations are solicited and reviewed by a subcommittee made up from our OCM BOCES Career and Technical Education Advisory Committee. The committee reviews the nominations for the following qualifications:
1. OCM BOCES Career and Technical Education Graduate;
2. Engagement in an occupation related to the program completed at OCM BOCES;
3. Demonstrate leadership in his/her field;
4. Exercise civic responsibility.

The winners of the award will have a commemorative plaque placed in the "Hall of Fame" in their respective campus of graduation.

Current members of the OCM BOCES Alumni Hall of Fame are:
Keith Standish (Inducted 2011 - McEvoy Campus)
Leah Estock (Inducted 2011 - Henry Campus)

Dave Ryder (Inducted 2012 - Henry Campus)
Kevin McMahon (Inducted 2012 - McEvoy Campus)

Robert Canorro (Inducted 2013 - Henry Campus)
Brian Eastman (Inducted 2013 - McEvoy Campus)


By identifying successful graduates, we hope to provide positive role models for current students, while making the public aware of the accomplishments of our former students and the potential for success through the high quality programs offered by OCM BOCES.

To be considered for the OCM BOCES Alumni Hall of Fame, individuals must be a graduate of an OCM BOCES Career and Technical Education program, must currently be engaged in a career related to their program of completion at BOCES, must demonstrate leadership in their field and show civic responsibility.

For more information on the OCM BOCES Alumni Hall of Fame, contact Director of Career, Technical and Adult Education, Robert Leslie at 315/431-8407 or by email at rleslie@ocmboces.org.

The nomination form is available by clicking here.
CTE Hall of Fame Nomination

OCM BOCES January 23, 2014 Facilities Referendum -
January 2014 Referendum Fact Sheet

CTE Hall of Fame Nomination 2014
Last updated on 6/9/2014
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