Information for the Current Students and Parents in the Transition to Adulthood and Careers Program (TAC)
The Essential Skills Program at Franklin Community High School is for High School age Students with Moderate and Severe Disabilities. TAC is for adults with moderate and severe disabilities that have had four years of High School but continue to require special education services from the school to help them transition to life after High School.
TAC Mission: To provide intensive vocational, community, and independent living education for students with moderate and severe disabilities, enabling them to smoothly move into the world of adult services.
Programs and Activities
Not all students in TAC will require all of these activities. Students will participate in activities that meet their needs for after High School as specified in the students Individual Education Program.
TAC Recycled Stationery Paper
Students in the TAC program create stationery paper out of recycled paper. This is a vocational activity that students with significant disabilities accomplish and enjoy. The stationery paper can be purchased at Wild Geese Book Shop and Highway 31 Antiques. Contact us for more information about our stationery paper.
Wild Geese Bookshop
Students will attend community trips throughout the week at local grocery stores, community services, and recreational areas. The following trips are in addition to those trips.
Contact Mike Nevins or Chelsea Parker-Tucker with any questions about the TAC program.