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Providing Specialized Services for All Students


Welcome to the San Juan Board of Cooperative Educational Services.  We are a publicly funded cooperative consisting of eight school districts in rural Southwestern Colorado.  Our primary mission is to support Exceptional Student Services for children and youth with disabilities in their school environment.  This work has grown into a rich network of programs and services that support all students, including a strong educator induction program and the Southwest Colorado eSchool.
Our member districts include Archuleta 50JT (Pagosa Springs), Bayfield 10 JT-R, Dolores RE-4A, Dolores County RE-2J (Dove Creek), Ignacio 11JT, Mancos RE-6, Montezuma-Cortez RE-1, and Silverton District 1.
We have over 60 Special Service Providers, such as occupational therapists and school psychologists, supporting students throughout the region within more than 40 schools and preschools. 
The culture of our organization is built on collaboration, shared leadership and strong professional practices.  We believe that cooperative teamwork is the best way to support children, their families, and educators.  We work with many community partners to ensure that we leverage the greatest possible resources for our region.
We hope that you enjoy exploring the resources and information on our website and encourage you to contact us with any questions or for additional information.  
Adrea Bogle 
Executive Director of San Juan BOCES
photo of all the San Juan BOCES staff members


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Join Our Team!

 We are currently looking for a School Psychologist, Full or Part-time Speech Language Pathologist, Mental Health Professional, ESY Paraprofessional / Nurse, and an ESY Paraprofessional to join our team! Please click on the individual job titles above to learn more.

News & Announcements

2019 Growing Together Summit (Click for more info.)

We are excited to present the 7th Annual Growing Together Summit @ Fort Lewis College, Monday, June 3rd from 8:30A-3:00P. Continuous Improvement and Shared Regional Learnings Educators will learn about initiatives occurring in our region and find practical solutions that can be brought back to the school setting (Click Title for more Information)

2019 Summer Institute of Deaf-Blindness and Significant Support Needs

June 19 and 20th in Denver. Featuring Jo Mascorro, an independent consultant in areas specific to behavior intervention practices, communication strategies, parenting skills, and programming for students who experience severe/profound disabilities (birth-adult). Click the title above for more information.

Registration Now Open for SWAAAC Summer Conference

This 2 day conference features full day workshops and break-out sessions with nationally renowned trainers addressing a wide variety topics related to the academic support needs of students with disabilities. For more information click on the title above.

Growing Together Ability Summit 2019

Please join us for this free event for people of all abilities. Enjoy a free lunch and opportunities to network and learn about community resources. June 4th at Fort Lewis College.

Colorado Autism Conference

June 4-6 2019, Colorado State University, Fort Collins Colorado. Please click the title above for the full flyer.