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Transition Services provides information for students 14 years old and above.

Related Documents:
Parent`s Guide to Transition
2017 NEXT STEPS Series
NEXT STEPS BROCHURE
Additional Pages:
Guardianship Documents
What is a Transition Plan?
Who is Involved in the Transition Process?
Transition Timeline
"Begin with the end in mind." ~Stephen Covey
Transition Resource Links
The following links are provided to assist students and parents in accessing transition related information.

"What we call the beginning is often the end, and to make an end is to make a beginning.  The end is where we start from."  T. S. Eliot

The Manteno CUSD No. 5 Transition Services web page is designed to provide access to various resources that students, families, educators and other professional staff may want to utilize to assist students in planning for their post-secondary lives.  The "Related Documents" and "Additional Pages" links on the right will provide connections for various aspects of post-secondary life such as:

  • Transition Planning
  • Post Secondary Education
  • Post Secondary Military Options
  • Employment and Careers
  • Healthcare
  • Recreation and Leisure
  • Housing
  • Community Resources

Content will continue to be added and updated regularly.  Although we strive to report accurate information on this web page, Manteno School District is not responsible for the accuracy of the information from the various resources nor does the District endorse or guarantee any of the services, agencies, programs or facilities listed.  Please understand that the information here is not exhaustive and that information sometimes changes quickly.  We will strive to make updates as soon as possible.

Mission Statement:

The Mission of the Manteno High School Transition Program is to support students and their families as they prepapre for the transition to postsecondary life.  The transition program provides opportunities and experiences that address the social, emotional, and intellectual needs of our students, encouraging them to reach their potential for post secondary education or training, to obtain meaningful employment, and to live independently within their community to the maximum extent possible.

 

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