Workforce Development is a program geared toward our 19-21 year old students. If a student’s IEP specifies a need, students who have vocational services or might encounter significant challenges in their quest for suitable adult-oriented training, may receive enhanced transition services between the ages of eighteen and twenty-one.
Students receiving these services typically:
· Have completed most of their academic secondary education
· Are ready to concentrate on vocational training and/or placement Special education staff helps students and their families access services in the community that will better assure them of a reasonable quality of life as a young adult.
· These services are available only to students who have participated in a graduation ceremony at their home school.
|Lillie Pendleton||K-12 Special Education||Email Lillie|
|Kaitlyn Wald||K-12 Special Education||Email Kaitlyn|
|Marian Alexander||Paraprofessional||Email Marian|
|Carrie Lange||ParaPro (Sped)||Email Carrie|
|Heather Steinback||ParaPro (Sped)||Email Heather|
|Karen Wechsler||ParaPro (Sped)||Email Karen|