IMG 0517Pictured left to right: Derrick Cone, Treutlen County Schools, Audrey Walters, Montgomery County Schools, Katrina Blount, Vidalia City Schools, Sabrina Campbell, Toombs County Schools and SECCA, Sarah Craft, Vidalia City Schools, Sabrina Woodruff, Toombs County Schools, David McLeod, Vidalia City Schools, and David Avery, SECCA.Students with disabilities from Toombs County High School, Vidalia High School, Montgomery County High School, and Treutlen County High School are participating in the PASSPORT program at Southeastern Early College and Career Academy (SECCA). The purpose of the PASSPORT program is to give students the opportunity to learn valuable skills in order to become productive, working citizens. The students are participating in monthly sessions at SECCA from September through May. This is a valuable transition program that enables the students to learn job skills, work readiness skills, self-advocacy, and information concerning post-secondary options. SECCA, Special Education Directors and teachers from the four counties are working together to encourage students to go to college, the military, or the career of their choice and be successful.

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