Northeast Colorado BOCES is located in Haxtun, Colorado, in the far northeast corner of the state. NE BOCES has twelve member districts: Akron, Fleming, Haxtun, Holyoke, Julesburg, Lone Star, Merino, Otis, Peetz, Platte Valley, Wray and Yuma. This four-day course will provide a foundation for the supervision and evaluation of Colorado teachers. Days one and two will have a focus on the theory and research behind effective leadership and instructional coaching. This will also include effective supervision instruction. It will meet “Requirement 1” for evaluators in the state of Colorado. Days three and four will meet “Requirement 2” by introducing the Educator Effectiveness system and tools. Practice is embedded into this portion of the course.
See the NE BOCES website at neboces.org for dates of the course.
"We are committed to delivering and supporting educational and instructional programs to enable school districts to meet the needs of students and staff."
Northeast Colorado BOCES was formed in July, 1966 by seven districts. The districts were Akron, Haxtun, Holyoke, Julesburg, Otis, Valley (Sterling), and West Yuma. The following months of that year, Arickaree, Lone Star, Fleming, Merino, and Woodlin were accepted as members, bringing the total to 12. The initial project selected by the members was to form an area vocational school for students. In January of 1967, a cooperative to provide special education was agreed upon.