• What to Expect in Special Education: 2017-2018 Office of Special Education Priorities, June 16, 2017, 9:00am - 1:00pm: Using the NYSED's Blueprint for Improved Results for Students with Disabilities as a lens, participants will receive guidance on how to faciliate a straightforward special education needs assessment/GAP analysis for their school/district. Register on My Learning Plan by clicking on this link.


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Vision and Mission

Our vision is to inspire and empower school stakeholders to promote the continuous growth of students with disabilities.

Our mission is to build and sustain systems capacity by supporting the implementation of high quality, evidence-based practices through regional training and embedded technical assistance.

RSE-TASC Regional Training Catalogue

The RSE-TASC is proud to present our 2016-2017 RSE-TASC Regional Training Catalogue. All trainings are free and registration can be made by clicking on the RSE-TASC Regional Training Catalogue link or by clicking on the link for My Learning Plan.
The Long Island RSE-TASC is an approved New York State Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) vendor. All services provided by the Long Island RSE-TASC are eligible for CTLE credit.
 Bright Spot
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Blueprint for Improved Results for Students with Disabilities  
Released by the New York State Education Department (NYSED), the Blueprint was designed to "ensure that students with disabilities have the opportunities to benefit from high quality instruction, to reach the same standards as all students, and to leave students prepared to successfully transition to post-school learning, living, and employment."   
History of the RSE-TASC
The RSE-TASC at Eastern Suffolk BOCES is located at the Sherwood Corporate Center in Holbrook, NY. Formerly known as the Special Education Training and Resource Center (SETRC), the new RSE-TASC subsumed networks including the Transition Coordination Site and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Technical Assistance/Training Site back in 2009. In doing so, the RSE-TASC vastly expanded services to a broader constituency throughout Long Island. It established a new approach for the provision of special education technical assistance and professional development to schools.

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 We are continuously making improvements to the Long Island RSE-TASC Website.  Please continue to visit our site to see all of our new and exciting additions.
(Updated June 11, 2017)
Mr. Vincent Leone
Program Coordinator
 Michelle Levy
Behavior Specialist
Carolyn Candela  
Behavior Specialist
Bilingual Special Education Specialist
Long Island 
Laurance Anderson
Non-District Specialist
Arlene Crandall
Regional Special Education Training Specialist
 Andrea T. Lachar
Regional Special Education Training Specialist
Stefanie DelGiorno
SESIS - Nassau
Francine Fishman
SESIS - Nassau
Marjorie Guzewicz
SESIS - Suffolk
Lisa Boerum
SESIS - Suffolk
Debra DeMarchena
SESIS - Suffolk
Transition Specialist - Long Island
Michael Mastrocinque
Transition Specialist - Long Island
Doris Stanojev
Transition Specialist - Long Island
Clerical Staff: 
Senior Clerk Typist - Nassau
Senior Clerk Typist - Suffolk
Senior Account Clerk Typist - Suffolk
Senior Clerk Typist - Suffolk
Logistical Support Services Specialist - Suffolk 
Contact Us: 
Suffolk Main Office
Instructional Support Center
(Sherwood Corporate Center)
15 Andrea Road
Holbrook, NY  11747
 (631) 218-4197
Fax: (631) 218-4146
Nassau Office
2860 North Jerusalem Road
Wantagh, NY  11793
(516) 396-2989
Fax: (516) 396-2986