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Adult Transition Program

Program Student Hours

8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m

Elements of the Program

Transition Program Highlights:

  • Academic Instruction
  • Communication Skills
  • Community Based Instruction
  • Independent Living Skills 
  • Vocational Opportunities
  • Social Skills Training

School Principal

Dr. Pendleton

(626) 931-1810

Program Administratior

Mark Ware

Adult Transition Program

Special Education Adult Transition Program

The West Covina Unified School District Adult Transition Program serves students who are 18-22 years of age and is designed to teach functional life skills and entry-level work sills to students in Special Education.  Program activities take place in the community, at work sites, and other locations.  The daily living, academic, and domestic skills that are an integral part of working and the adult world are also emphasized.  Transition supports integral parts of adult living such as accessing public transportation, budgeting money, social skills, following directions, and more.  

This is a tiered program for students who are 18 to 22 years old.  Students have the opportunity to advance through levels of instruction.  As they progress, students fine-tune their work and work towards vocational skills.  

Meet the Teachers

Vianey Cuyan , Teacher

(626) 931-1810 x. 3045






Lauren Kirkendall, Teacher

(626) 931-1810 x. 3035



For more information, contact:

Melissa Killy, Program Specialist

(626) 332-0289 x. 2247