WILC has worked with multiple southeastern Wisconsin school districts and students while attending transition 18-21 programs and presently is working with Mukwonago School District and Mequon-Theinsville District. We have previously worked successfully with Germantown School District, School District of Waukesha, Waterford Union High School/PAC House/Richardson School, Elmgrove School District, Elkhorn Area School District, Oconomowoc/Arrowhead, Richardson School, and others from 2015 to present. Students often begin to attend one to two days a week during the school year or summer session while they are attending their local school or choice 18-21 Transition School and then gradually increase days for their daily living, prevocational, recreational / Music Therapy, and or DVR vocational and integrated community activities and skills while attending their home school in person or virtually.
Can students attend WILC if they are in a transition 18-21 HS program?
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