Moore families invited to Special Education Transition Fair

FAYETTEVILLE, Tenn. — Moore County student and families as well as those from Lincoln County Schools and Fayetteville City Schools are invited to the Special Education Transition Fair, an in-person transition fair for students with obstacles to learning and work, on Thursday, February 9 at Lincoln County High School from 5 to 7 p.m.

The transition fair offers an opportunity for students and caregivers to obtain resources and answers to questions about IEPs, 504 plans, or diagnoses. The event is free and will include food, drinks, and door prizes.

Vendors will include state and local vendors available to discuss all things transition including employment opportunities (independent and supported), post-secondary\training opportunities, conservatorship (as well as alternatives to conservatorship), and much more.

Lincoln County High School is located at 1233 Huntsville Highway in Fayetteville. For questions or more information, contact Susan Carr at [email protected]. To learn more about The Arc Tennessee and their programs, click here. •

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