Transition Services






    Begin with the End in Mind

    Our goal in GPISD is student achievement.  Transition services, which is a process of preparing students for post-secondary life, align with that goal.  The Special Education department in GPISD offers a continuum of services that are outlined in a student’s IEP and aligned with their needs and interests.  Some of these services include, but are not limited to:

    Course selection (additional information)

    Community Based Vocational Instruction (CBVI) / Community Based Instruction (CBI)

    • CBI is a supplemental set of activities for students with an IEP that assist in targeting post-secondary goals that address education, vocational training, and independent living.
    • CBI instruction can take place around the campus or in the community. Activities around campus should occur routinely and regularly. Activities in the community (outside of the school) should supplement classroom activities that are designed around a planned unit of instruction.

     Work Based Learning

    Vocational and Independent Living (VAIL) program (additional information)

    Direct instruction and generalization of academic and functional skills

    Related services

  • The above-mentioned coordinated set of activities target skills related to, but are not limited to, the following to assist students with their journey beyond high school:

    • College readiness
    • Vocational Preparation
    • Everyday Academics
    • Home and Personal Living
    • Recreation and Leisure
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