Transition Services & Programs
Flagler Schools Transition Services and Programs are available to support Flagler County students with unique learning needs. "Transition" refers to a coordinated set of activities that help a student with a disability move from school to post-school life. The process occurs over a period of several years and involves planning, goal setting, instruction, services, and activities designed to make that move successful. Flagler Schools transition programs directly align with the Flagler Schools Classroom-to-Careers initiative.
The Transition Resources are a collection of documents that are reviewed with families and students at annual Transition Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings. Documentation of review is to be provided in the appropriate sections within the IEP.
The Flagler Community Transition Team (FCTT) works with multidisciplinary agencies and community businesses to improve career opportunities for students with disabilities who are entering the workforce after high school. The FCTT participates annually in Disability Mentoring Day, a national mentoring program for young professionals with disabilities. Visit the Disability Employment page for more information about the resources provided by the FCTT.