Middle & High School – Transitions

The resources below are about how you, your child’s school, and community partners can support a smooth transition for your child from program to program, grade to grade, school to school, and/or after graduation!

survey tool for families to use to make decisions about their child going back to school

Back to School Decision-Making Tool from CDC

This three page survey for families from the CDC walks you through questions about many aspects of returning to school ...
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Talking Points for Conversations with Your Children about Returning to School

As students and their families face a back-to-school transition unlike any other year, families have a vital role in helping ...
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PACER’s National Parent Center on Transition and Employment

"The PACER Center enhances the quality of life and expands opportunities for children, youth, and young adults with all disabilities ...
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How can I make my child aware of a variety of career options?

The Career Connections page on the Ohio Department of Education's website has many resources for families to help their children ...
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How Families Help Prepare their Children for Adulthood

How Families Help Prepare their Children for Adulthood

This information brief from the National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability provides information about how families influence and support their ...
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Intentional Partnerships Podcast

"Each episode of the Intentional Partnerships Podcast offers an on-the-ground perspective from real people exploring their shared values around family ...
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Charting the LifeCourse: Questions Families Can Ask Themselves at Different Life Stages

"Charting the LifeCourse is a framework created to help individuals and families of all abilities and all ages develop a ...
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