Dear Families of the Adult Transition Program at Jordan,
Welcome to the 2023-2024 school year! My name is Joell Sparks and I am honored to introduce myself as the new Principal of Adult Transition Program at Jordan. I also have the privilege of introducing the Assistant Principal, Jennifer Epp, to the team. We look forward to working with you and your child(ren) throughout the year.
At the Adult Transition Program, we are committed to providing a safe, positive and engaging learning environment for all students. We are dedicated to meeting the needs of each student as we strive to increase student independence through a variety of experiences in the classroom, on campus and in the community. We will continue to focus on building independence, communication, education and social growth for all students.
Throughout this year, we will have several opportunities to collaborate and work as a team to support the individual needs of your child(ren) while they are attending the Adult Transition Program at Jordan. We look forward to strengthening our collaborative relationship with you as we continue to focus on the growth and development of your child(ren).
The community of Adult Transition Program at Jordan makes a positive difference in the lives of students. We look forward to working with each family to build a strong educational relationship supporting the success of each student. Thank you for your support in your child’s education.
If you have questions at any point throughout the year, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call the office (714-663-6486). On behalf of the staff at Adult Transition Program at Jordan, we wish you and your family a wonderful year.
Jordan ATP provides specialized academic instruction for adult students working to build individual independence in the following areas:
- Social skills
- Daily living skills
- Vocational skills
- Recreation and leisure
Our instructional program works to build the functional skills of our students with the goal of building levels of student independence that will allow them to be contributing members of their community. Through a combination of on-site and community-based instruction, Jordan ATP students strive for success as they transition into adult living.