The Exceptional Education Family Advisory Council in conjunction with the MNPS Department of Exceptional Education will be holding meetings to inform the community of the move towards inclusive education in MNPS. Families are invited to attend any of the following meetings:
Pearl-Cohn Entertainment Magnet High School is hosting a Transition Fair to help students with disabilities explore their options post high school. Numerous community businesses and partners will be on hand to talk with students and share the many opportunities and services that are available.
Apollo Middle School received a Recognition Award at the Tennessee State Special Education Convention, held Feb. 17. The school was awarded for outstanding efforts with Inclusion in Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools. According to Principal Jon Hubble, "We are very proud of our efforts to be a fully inclusive school."
Metro School's Department of Exceptional Education will be hosting a School to Community Transition Fair for exceptional education students. The fair will be held Monday, March 28, from 4 - 7 p.m., at Martin Professional Development Center. Students and their families will have access to more than 50 vendors, including representatives from state and local agencies and community service agencies. Guests will learn about post-high school options including employment, adult living, community service, post-secondary education and recreational activities. Open publication - Free publishing - More metro schools