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WATERTOWN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
WATERTOWN SECONDARY TRANSITION SERVICES
The Watertown Secondary Transition Services are geared towards special education students aged 14 until they graduate or turn 22 years old. Transition services are a "set of coordinated activities" by the public school to help "facilitate the movement from school to post-school activities." These services are student-driven and include preparing a student "to live, work, participate in the community, and go on to further education or training as independently as possible when they leave high school."
LEARNING EXTENDED ADULT PROGRAM
The Learning Extended Adult Program (LEAP) is a Watertown Public Schools program for post-high school students aged 18 to 22 who are making the transition from school to adult living through targeting specific life- and work-related skills to maximize independence for the future.