TransitionTransition is the process of preparing students for life after they leave high school,including participation in post-secondary education or training, employment, andcommunity living.
Transition services under IDEA are a coordinated set of activities
that are designed as a results oriented process
that promotes movement from school to post-school activities,
including post-secondary education, vocational training,
integrated services, independent living, or community participation
based on the individual student’s needs, taking into account the
student’s preference and interests and includes the following:
instruction, related services, community experiences, development
of employment and other post-school adult living objectives, and
acquisition of daily living skills and functional vocational evaluation.Kristi MullenixSecondary CoordinatorTransitionDistrict transition and employment designee for studentswho receive special education servicesTransition Specialists
Donita Hoffpauir Robin Ramsey Carol Parker Pam Hunt Guyer HS Ryan HS Denton HS Braswell HS Crownover MS Rodriguez MS Calhoun MS Navo MS Harpool MS Fred Moore HS Myers MS Strickland MS McMath MS
Transition CenterVocational Adjustment Coordinators (VAC):Jenny Hall RHSKelsy Mayse DHS
Andrew Willis GHSBHSTransition CenterThe Denton ISD Transition Center seeks to provide services for young adults ages 18 to 21as they progress from an educational setting towards living and working as independentlyas possible in the community. Students will address life skills goals through individualand community-based interactions, which lead to the acquisition of work skills, independentliving skills and vocational-based experiences.Parent ResourcesTransition in Texas provides knowledge of the secondary transition process to facilitate studentprogress toward attainment of their postsecondary goals. On this site you will find resources forstudents, parents, educators and agency resources.The Texas Transition and Employment GuideThe Texas Transition and Employment Guide, required by House Bill 617, is intended toprovide information for students and their parents on statewide services and programs thatassist in the transition to life outside the public school system.