According to Pauline Stamp, Coordinator of Adult Education Programs at DCMO BOCES, The need for these types of program has increased substantially since the district expanded the Chenango Campus.
Each of the classrooms, Stamp
said, will be adequately sized to accommodate up to 25 students.
Two of the rooms will be a dedicated classroom and lab for the LPN and CNA programs, similar to the one at the Chenango Campus.
There will also be a dedicated class for the Leading EDGE program.
The two remaining rooms will be revolving classrooms.
'They will all be furnished with computers and smartboards," Stamp
said, explaining that much of the equipment is coming from the DCMO BOCES
component districts as they upgrade.