Transition to Adulthood

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Supt. LaCroix with students

ACP is a statewide initiative designed to help educators, students, and parents work together to plan and investigate pathways to post secondary success.  

Check out WIOA’s new opportunities for schools in partnership with  Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services (DVR).

Links to Post Secondary area schools along with info on what it takes to be eligible to be a student athlete after high school.

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Post secondary test scores can help provide a student with personalized information about their academic strengths and guide their career plans.
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Students can get ready to work in their community as they utilize these resources to plan and build a pathway to successful employment.

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Resources available to students and families in the community to support them through various means.

Student discussion on Bay Port campus
Students working on iPad
Student with iPad at Lineville

DPI and the post secondary survey collects data from students within one year of leaving high school to  track their experiences as they transition to adult life.

Damian LaCroix

Howard-Suamico School District

2706 Lineville Road

Green Bay, WI 54313

(920) 662-7878

Fax (920) 662-9777


"An authentic, innovative, connected, and inspired experience for an ever-changing future."


Mission: "We will work with families and community to ensure that our students have the knowledge and skills to succeed in a changing world."

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