Kewaunee County Community on Transition

Mission: The members of the Kewaunee County Community on Transition will work collaboratively to support the transition of students with disabilities from high school to functioning, participatory members within their community to the maximum extent possible by understanding that on-going communication and collaboration are essential values in this endeavor.

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Upcoming Events

  • No events are scheduled for this CCOT.

Upcoming TIG Events

May 24 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Graduation Rate Improvement Planning
Cost: Free
Location: Beloit High School Library
May 24 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Graduation Rate Improvement Planning
Cost: Free
Location: Beloit School District Kolak Education Center
May 24 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Universal Design in Action Workshop
Cost: Free

CCOT Resources & Services

  • Is Your District Represented?

    This handout gives a director's guide on Wisconsin County Community on Transition (CCoTs). It outlines improving outcomes for youth with disabilities through interagency collaboration.

  • Preparing For and Supporting Disclosure of Mental Health Experiences - WISE Basics

    WISE is a statewide collaboration of organizations and individuals. This PowerPoint will go through the WISE Stigma Basics Honest, Open and Proud. It offers insights, resources, and support for stigma…

  • Improving Employment Opportunities for Students in Transition

    This PowerPoint has been created by DVR and DWD to provide an overview of services and supports provided by DVR, how youth can receive on the job training, and find employment.

  • Innovation to the Future

    This PowerPoint reviews what transition looks like in rural communities. It outlines the problems we are facing and possible solutions. Innovation to the Future walks you through what should occur at…

  • Creating Trauma Sensitive Schools

    This PowerPoint provides an overview and tools to address behaviors from a trauma informed lens. How does trauma impact a child? What resources are available? What are the signs and how does your school/community…