• Special Education in Dublin City Schools
  • I Suspect My Child May Have a Disability
  • Parent Mentor and Community Resources
  • Home Instruction
  • A Guide to Parent Rights in Special Education
  • Child Find
  • Special Education Family Survey
  • Planning a child’s transition from adolescence to adult life is one of the most important activities that will be done to prepare that child for a successful future. In Ohio, transition planning begins when a child with a disability is 14 years of age or earlier if needed.

    A mission of Dublin Schools’ Transition Services is to facilitate integration of students with disabilities into their school and community by providing a variety of opportunities that support individual needs, interests and strengths. Through the transition planning process, families and students are introduced to resources that may be important as students move from school to post school activities. Transition services are coordinated by IEP team members to assist families and students in developing a transition plan that will move students toward their postsecondary education, employment and independent living/community integration goals. 

    DCS Transition Services Brochure

    Transition services include:
    • Consultative services for future planning
    • Job training internship opportunities
    • Career & technical education exploration
    • Postsecondary programming exploration
    • Agency referral assistance

    Erin Canaday
    Dublin Coffman High School

    Kristen Yearling
    Dublin Scioto High School

    Kelly Marshall
    Dublin Jerome High School