A Community Together (ACT) for Education is an unprecedented initiative by public schools in the Monroe 1 and Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES districts, RCSD, area businesses, and community members. With a unified voice, ACT for Education delivers positive messaging about our local school districts and encourages community support of public education.
Associations and Organizations
Campus CMG is a member and supporter of many education associations and organizations in New York State. We value the relationships that we have with these groups and their members, and we are proud to be involved in many of their programs and events.
The Association of School Business Officials of New York (ASBO New York) was established in 1948. Its membership includes school business officials and staff from school districts and BOCES around the state including students in School District Business Leader graduate programs and companies doing business with schools. ASBO New York supports the professional growth of its members, serves as the leading resource on school finance, and advocates to ensure quality education for all students.
In 1948, the New York State legislature created Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) to provide shared educational programs and services to school districts within the state. Today there are 37 BOCES that are partnering with nearly all of the state’s school districts to help meet students’ evolving educational needs through cost-effective and relevant programs.
The New York State Council of School Superintendents (NYSCOSS) is a professional and advocacy organization with over a century of service to school superintendents, and more recently to assistant superintendents, in New York State. The Council provides its more than 875 members with numerous professional development opportunities, publications and personal services, while advocating for public education and the superintendency.
The New York State Education Department's mission is to ensure safe, healthy, comfortable, and acceptable educational facilities which promote effective and efficient learning for all New York students regardless of where they live. NYSED will accomplish this mission by establishing clear expectations and standards for school facilities, working with parents, teachers, administrators, designers, facility directors, contractors and the community to set in motion mechanisms for school improvement statewide.
The New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA) is the statewide voice for the interests of public boards of education. NYSSBA serves more than 675 local school boards and boards of cooperative educational services (BOCES), which represent more than 5,200 members – nearly half the elected officials in the state.