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During School Board Recognition Month this October, we would like to thank the members of the Herkimer BOCES Board of Education for their service and all that they do for BOCES and our students! Thank you to: Daniel LaLonde, Thomas Shypski, Jack Bono, Ronald Loiacono, Janine Lynch, William Miller, James Schmid, Michelle Szarek, Linda Tharp and Daniel Voce!
Component school boards unanimously approve
Herkimer BOCES 2015-16 administrative budget

Three candidates elected to BOCES Board of Education

April 29, 2015



HERKIMER – The Herkimer-Fulton-Hamilton-Otsego BOCES component district school boards voted unanimously Wednesday, April 22, to approve the 2014-15 Herkimer BOCES administrative budget, which is about $2.7 million.

Each of the component district school boards took a vote on whether to approve the BOCES administrative budget. The vote was 9-0 in favor of approving the budget, and one of the 10 component districts wasn’t able to vote due to not having a quorum for the meeting.

The component school boards also voted to elect three unopposed candidates to the BOCES Board of Education. Thomas Shypski and William Dodge were re-elected to the board, and Jack Bono was elected for the first time. Each will serve a three-year term from July 1, 2015, through June 30, 2018.

A Richfield Springs Board of Education member, Shypski earned a business management/economics degree from Albany State. He worked most of his career in agribusiness on the family Cullen Pumpkin Farm just outside of Richfield. He is now retired from his position as superintendent for the village of Richfield Springs. He was first elected to the Herkimer BOCES Board of Education in 2009.

Also first elected to the BOCES Board of Education in 2009, Dodge has served on the Little Falls Board of Education for 10 years. He has worked for the Little Falls Fire Department for 35 years.

Bono has served on the Frankfort-Schuyler Board of Education for seven years. He has a business economics degree from SUNY Oneonta and is self-employed through Bono Brothers LLC. He also has been involved with the Frankfort Little League and American Youth Soccer Organization for about 10 years.





 
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