IDEA the federal special education law requires that school districts help students with disabilities make the transition from school to work and life as an adult.  During the transition years students ages 14-21 with an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) work on three main goal areas with their families and IEP teams. These areas are:

      • Post Secondary Employment
      • Independent Living 
      • Post Secondary Education

    Through the transition program families and students have the opportunity to explore, engage and connect to educational programs, experiences and community agencies within the district, county and state. Transition activities include, but not limited to:

    • Volunteer and Paid Work Experience with Job Coaching Services
    • Post Secondary Parent Luncheon for Parents
    • County Wide Post Secondary Night for Parents and Students
    • Autism Parent Night
    • Estate Planning Parent Night
    • Career Skills Assessment, Interest Inventories and Career Exploration on an Annual Basis age 14-21
    • College and Technical School Visits
    • Agency Night for Parents and Students
    • OVR Referral and Transitional Planning
    • Monthly Transtional Lesson for students 14-21 
    • Community Navigation Education
Last Modified on January 23, 2018