Oswego City School District
120 East First Street
Oswego, New York 13126
Phone: 315-341-2000

Special Programs



                                          Robert Duffy
                   Assistant Director of Special Programs

                                          CSE Chair



Oswego City School District
Office of Special Programs
120 East First Street
Oswego, NY 13126

Phone: 315-341-2014
Fax: 315-341-2914

Administrative Responsibilities

  • School Social Workers                                               
  • School Psychologists
  • School Counselors 
  • BOCES Special Education and Related Services
  • Special Education Teachers
  • Teaching Assistants
  • Disabled Student Classroom Aides 
  • Speech/Language Pathologists
  • Teacher of the Deaf
  • Sign Language Interpreters
  • Committee on Special Education
  • Committee on Preschool Special Education


OCSD Vision Statement:

Our vision is to provide all students with an excellent education, preparing them for their future as productive members of society.

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Related Links
  • http://www.vesid.nysed.gov/
    Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities (VESID) offers access to a full range of services that may be needed by persons with disabilities through their lives. Through its administration of special education, vocational rehabilitation and independent living programs, VESID coordinates policy and services relating to:

    special education services for students with disabilities (3-21); transition services for students with disabilities from school to adult services; vocational rehabilitation services for individuals with disabilities, ages 16 and older; and independent living services for adults with disabilities. The seeds of adult success are sown during the school years. The system established by the Board of Regents to administer education and vocational services for people with disabilities fosters this and has evolved into a national model, designed to focus on our customers and produce results.