Planning for life after high school

“Planning for Life After High School: My Next Steps” will be held May 17, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at Washington Technology Magnet School, 1495 Rice St. in St. Paul.  This event is an opportunity for students receiving special education services and their families to learn and ask questions about resources, services, and tools to help them plan for a life of living and working in the community.  Attendees can learn from recent graduates who are living and working in the community and have disabilities. These graduates, as well as staff from Ramsey County Social Services and advocacy organizations, will serve on a panel that will answer questions about how community-based services can help students achieve their community life and employment goals, and how to access those services. In addition, there will be information tables where students with disabilities and their family members can find out about tools and resources to help them plan for life after high school. For more information about the event and to register, go to the event website at www.bit.ly/sppsmynextsteps; contact Jackie Kelly at jackie.kelly@spps.org or 651-767-3437 if you have any questions. Interpreter services are available by request when registering. 

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