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Posted Sunday, December 05, 2010 - 07:55 PM

The Erie County Association of School Boards would like to thank its Web site sponsors:



Campus Construction Management Group, Inc., is an employee owned (ESOP) company that has been providing pre-referendum, construction management and enhanced clerk-of-the-works services exclusively to education clients since 1989. With offices in Amherst and Rochester, Campus CMG is known as one of New York State’s premier construction management firms, having completed over $3 billion worth of educational CM projects throughout the State.



BOCES is an acronym for Board of Cooperative Educational Services, a regional public education service organization. Established in 1948 by the state legislature, a BOCES provides quality, cost-effective educational services to school districts in New York State .

There are 37 BOCES statewide. Erie 1 BOCES serves approximately 68,017 students in 20 component school districts surrounding the city of Buffalo .

Erie 1 BOCES commits to those we serve – students, staff and communities -by understanding, anticipating and responding to their needs.
Erie 1 BOCES Fact File

Erie 1 BOCES Report Card 13-14

Shared Decision Making Plan


The Erie 2 Chautauqua-Cattaraugus (E2CC) represents all the school districts in Chautauqua County, southern Erie County, and part of Cattaraugus County, a geographical area of 1,791 square miles. Services are offered in the following areas: Adult & Community Education, Special Education, Alternative Education, Career & Technical Education, Staff & Curriculum Development, Instructional Support Services, Technology Services, Management Services, and others. During the 2013-14 school year, K-12 enrollment in E2CCB Career & Technical Education, Special Education, and Alternative Education programs was 2,014. For more information, visit


We know educational institutions rely upon timely legal advice to ensure they remain focused on providing the highest-quality educational and working environments for their students and staff. Our attorneys’ active, “hands on” approach has earned them the reputation as a responsive and trusted partner to over 130 educational institution clients throughout the state that routinely look to Harris Beach for practical and insightful legal counsel on matters regarding their operations, employees and students.



The goal of the Education Law Practice Group at Hodgson Russ is to provide high-quality legal services to help our school clients establish the best possible educational and work environments. Over the past 40 years, our attorneys have advised on the full range of operations and employment matters of school districts and legal issues involving students. And as a full-service law firm, we have attorneys who are well versed in the technical and practical aspects of virtually any area that affects school districts, from litigation, tax-rate proceedings, real estate, and employee relations to construction contracts and bonding, environmental law, and intellectual property.


“The New York Schools Insurance Reciprocal (NYSIR) is New York’s premier provider of Property and Casualty insurance for school districts and BOCES. In the Erie County WNY territory NYSIR has 20 member school districts and the Erie 1 BOCES. NYSIR is proud to have its Erie County members a part of “The 352″ statewide school district and BOCES NYSIR family.”



Turner is a North America-based, international construction services company and is a leading builder in diverse market segments. The company had earned recognition for undertaking large, complex projects, fostering innovation, embracing emerging technologies, and making a difference for their clients, employees and community.

With a staff of 5,200 employees, the company completes $10 billion of construction on 1,500 projects each year. Turner offers clients the accessibility and support of a local firm with the stability and resources of a multi-national organization.






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