Western Suffolk BOCES offers a variety of administrative services more cost-effectively than local school districts can provide on their own.
AESOP – Automated Educational Substitute Operator
Program # 649.010
Paula Klingelhoefer, (631) 549-4900, ext. 206
This is a web-based substitute placement service for K-12 school districts. Remotely hosted integrated telephone and internet system means no equipment costs or impact on your local servers. AESOP is available 24/7 by web or by phone, saving hours of manual sub-calling. Real-time absence data analysis and reporting, as well as payroll interface-ready reports are available.
Superintendent’s Hearing Services
Barbara Graziano, (631) 595-6802
This service offers assistance in conducting hearings, reviewing records, and interviewing witnesses resulting in a written report with recommendations to the Superintendent.
Flexible Benefits–Section 125 Program
Warren E. Taylor, (631) 549-4900, ext. 210
This program develops and administers a Section 125 Flexible Benefits Plan for employees of a school district.
Public Information Service
Nancy Fischetti, (631) 549-4900 ext. 224
Shared professional staff will provide a comprehensive school public relations program. Overall program coordinator will train staff and supervise the planning, organizing and implementation of a public information program in each district. In addition, the coordinator will conduct training and planning sessions for in-district staff and/or board members to help them build a comprehensive public relations program that addresses concerns within their community. Cost associated with printing of developed public relations materials are not covered by this service.
Districts can avail themselves of professional staff for individual projects such as budget brochures, calendars, newsletters or the coordination of any other public relations project.
Shared School Lunch Supervisor
Paula Klingelhoefer, (631) 549-4900, ext. 204
Western Suffolk BOCES will employ a school lunch supervisor to be shared between two or more districts. This supervisor will oversee the food service program in participating districts; oversee and direct the preparation of menus; train and supervise food service employees; and oversee and direct the food procured by districts.