D-205 program prepares students for life after high school
ELMHURST – Coffee brews as young adults pack their sack lunches and take out money from the bank in preparation for the day. Mornings at the District 205 Transition Center run smoothly because everyone has a job to do.
“I know what the drill is,” said Maureen Bourgart, who’s in her third year at the center.
The Transition Center fulfills a federal mandate by providing an additional service to students with individualized education programs (IEP) after they graduate high school until they turn 22, but the 20 York High School graduates that arrive every weekday at 7:45 a.m. aren’t required to do so.
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