Tapestry Public Charter School Transition Fair
Authors: Rasheera Dopson, Deidra Green, Charlie Miller & Cole Margol
Public Charter School in Doraville, GA, Grade 6-12
To offer an inclusive, individualized learning environment that is academically engaging, both for neurotypical students and those on the autism spectrum, and to create a positive school culture that empowers all students to take possession of their innate talents and become creative builders of their own futures.
Future Plans/Goals for the Fair
- Contact potential speakers and other attendees.
- Develop schedule for the fair.
- Advertise fair on social media and around Tapestry campus.
- Attendees will gain a better understanding of pathways after graduation from Tapestry.
- Pathways include: vocational, post-secondary, and various training programs.
- Expecting 50+ individuals registered via Eventbrite.
- Establish an organizing Team .
- Pulling together resource inside the community.
- Addressing Parental concern & student wishes.
- Is the information students & parents are receiving at the transition fair accessible outside of the school?
Successful Transition fairs are an invaluable tool to assist students with disabilities in choosing a path after their high-school education.
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Statewide Independent Living Council
Georgia Council of Developmental Disability
Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation
If you are interested in learning more about this work, please contact Lead Author Name: Cole Margol – Team Liasion