WARRIOR RUN TRANSITION CLINIC
What is a transition clinic?
School to adult life transition is a process to help students move from educational programs to the opportunities of adult life. A “Transition Plan” is the major focus of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) for students beginning no later than age 14. The plan addresses your child’s needs after high school with regard to employment, post-secondary education and training, living, and recreation and leisure interests. The process involves parents, students, educators, representatives from service provider agencies, and other relevant personnel on an individual basis.
The clinic is a part of the transition process. The clinic team is comprised of members from local school districts and personnel from many of our community agencies. You and your child are the most important part of the transition planning process
The purpose of the Transition Clinic is to discuss and provide information to students and parents that will help the student make a better transition from school to adult life. All juniors will be participating in a transition clinic during the 2019-2020 school year. Information and permission slips will be coming home in the mail. Please note the date and time of the clinic, sign the permission slip and send it back in the self-addressed envelope. The first clinic is scheduled for February 5, 2020.
If you have any questions, please contact Cathy Grow at (570)649-5138 ext. 4022.