Loveland City School District Secondary Transition Fair
The Loveland City School District is pleased to announce an opportunity for the entire Tiger Family to learn about important community resources available to assist students with disabilities in their transition to post-secondary life with a debut Secondary Transition Fair.
“As a district, we are deeply committed to on-going, meaningful transition planning for our students, inclusive of students with disabilities,” said Eric Dool, Loveland director of student services. “We also understand the critical importance of working closely with adult-service providers to ensure students are connected to those resources that will increase their success across all areas of their lives.”
The Loveland City School District Transition Fair is 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 15, at Loveland High School, and will include the service providers in the following areas:
• Benefits and case management
• Vocational resources
• Secondary education resources
• Independent living, life enrichment, and respite care
“This Secondary Transition Fair is intended to be the beginning of many opportunities for the Loveland community to build its knowledge of what is available, how to access it, and how to incorporate it into its students’ futures,” said Dool.