ONC BOCES Updates


ONC BOCES Welcomes Dr. Catherine Huber as our new District Superintendent, click here for more information
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Announcement of New District Superintendent for ONC BOCES

Announcement of New District Superintendent for ONC BOCES


At the August 24, 2020 Board of Education meeting, Dr. Catherine Huber was selected to lead the Otsego Northern Catskills Board of Cooperative Educational Services (ONC BOCES) as District Superintendent.

Dr. Huber leaves her role as Superintendent from Alexander Central School.  Huber earned her undergraduate degree in English from Ithaca College, NY.  Her graduate work at Canisius College resulted in Masters degrees in English Education and in Educational Leadership.  She earned her doctorate in Educational Leadership at D’Youville College.  Dr. Huber was selected as one of twenty-five female superintendents from across the country to participate as a member of the 2018 AASA National Women’s Leadership Consortium.  Dr. Huber twice received the D’Youville College Doctoral Program Leadership Award and she was named Regional Administrator of the Year by the Empire State Supervisors and Administrators Association in 2011.  In addition to her work in K-12 public education, Dr. Huber has higher education administration experience in addition to her current work as an adjunct lecturer in the SUNY Brockport Educational Administration program. She chairs the Genesee Valley BOCES Superintendent Instructional Subcommittee and serves on the Chief School Officer Executive Committee and Management Subcommittee.  Dr. Huber’s work with technology enhanced learning (Professional Learning 2.0) was published in the May 2020 Issue of ASCD’s Educational Leadership.

Dr. Huber holds a NYS School District Administrator, Permanent Certification, NYS Permanent Teaching Certification, English 7-12.  


Dr. Huber commented on her selection to the District Superintendent’s role: “I am excited to work with the board and the dedicated staff at ONC BOCES.  This new journey is an opportunity for all of us to learn together and move forward toward achieving our goals,” Huber said.

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