Special Education Transition Fair
Posted by ASPIRA Schools on April 16, 2018
An event to benefit Philly’s Special Ed. students before and after their high school graduation ~
Olney Charter High School has the highest population of Special Ed. students in the School District of Philadelphia, and the school’s many expert support staff are welcoming students and parents from all around to this year’s transition fair.
It’s an event all about opening doors and creating ideas for special ed. students after they graduate. Join us on April 19th in Olney’s West Side Cafeteria as we dine and discuss opportunities regarding:
– Independent Living
– Postsecondary Education
– Mental Health / Emotional Supports
Follow @ASPIRAINCOFPA on Twitter and visit us on Facebook for more news and opportunities in Philly Special Ed., and stop by during the Transition Fair to discover just how much is out there if you know where to look.
Thursday, April 19th
1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Olney Charter High School,
100 W. Duncannon Avenue, Phila PA 19120
Event takes place in the West Side Cafeteria. RSVP not required. Food will be served. Contact Jodie McAllister at firstname.lastname@example.org/267-918- 2176 for more info.
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