Implementing a robust, well-designed transition plan is important for all students. We also need to pay particular attention to students who may need additional supports and interventions during this critical time period to ensure success throughout the transition. As such, school teams incorporate these supported transitions in the context of their overall plan. Some students may need additional communication and planning to continue support and few students may need intensive planning and communication among key stakeholders to ensure a successful transition. These specialized transition practices are outlined in the following guidance documents for some and few students, depending on level of needed support.

Supporting Resources Description
Students who need academic intervention Guidelines for transition of students who need additional support from interventions. Includes timeline of actions.
Students with IEPs
  • Guidance and resources for transitions between key levels of students with IEPs.
  • Website about post secondary transitions.
Students who are ELLs Guidance for schools to support students who are English Language Learners (ELLs) and students who are in DLI/DBE programs.
Students who are Advanced Learners Guidance and resources for schools related to meeting the needs of students who are Advanced Learners.
Students who are at-risk of not graduating Website with resources related to the at-risk plan to support students who are at-risk of not graduating.