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Transition Services

Provides customized programming to students transitioning out of high school looking for employment and/or vocational opportunities. Transition services include vocational exploration for the pursuit of post-school opportunity and future placement.

This  process  may include  instruction, planned community learning experiences, development  and  acquisition  of  daily living skills, support services to develop skills, knowledge and abilities, and other strategies to address post-school learning and working experiences. 

For more information contact Vocational Services at 732-363-3335 or email

Who Is Responsible for Transition Services?

Transition planning is a partnership involving students, their families, school personnel, special education, and local community and adult services representatives. Transition is more effective when the student is involved in the process. Involvement gives the student a sense of control over the outcome and a responsibility for carrying out the transition plan. It gives students the opportunity to learn about their strengths and skills and to apply that knowledge in useful ways.