The Transition Services Team serves the Cobb County School District.
Transition Resource Specialists (TRS) help assist students with disabilities and their families with the transition to post-school life in several ways. Each high school in the district has a TRS assigned to work with that school.
Transition Resource Specialists:
Meet with graduating seniors to help them connect to post-secondary agencies.
Advise students on post-secondary options.
Provide applications and guidance for students who are applying for a Transition Services Program.
Schedule a variety of events and speakers to help students with disabilities and their families find out more about post-secondary education, training, and independent living opportunities.
Guide teachers, students with disabilities, and their parents in the transition planning process.
Transition Services team members also support middle and elementary schools on an as needed basis.
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