Wednesday, February 28, 2018

ADRS Transition Think Tank --Alabama Workforce Training Center- Birmingham, AL

Presenting "School House Granola"

             We were able to report at the Alabama State Interagency Transition Team and give an update on the Granola Project. SITT is a multidisciplinary group of representatives from over 20 state agencies and organizations providing services for youth and young adults with disabilities.

Monday, February 26, 2018

Jeff State Pioneer Bookstore -Hoover, AL.

Our Oak Mountain High student has learned to receive inventory, read and identify correct pricing tags, check expiration dates, and replenish merchandise/stock in the bookstore.

Friday, February 23, 2018

Magic City Daylight Donuts- Hoover, AL

Stocking and cleaning are just some of the many things that are involved in closing prep for the Valleydale location of Magic City Donuts. Our CHHS student has done an excellent job making sure everything is ready for the next day. Magic City is open bright and early at 6:00 a.m. Tuesday-Sunday.

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Highland Gourmet Scones- Pelham,AL

 After the Valentine rush last week at Highland Gourmet  Scones,  our Oak Mountain High School student  helped place labels and replenish the small bags needed to encase the scones. Hazelnut Chocolate Chip, Coconut, Original Golden Raisin, Lemon Blueberry, and Orange Cranberry were the flavor options going out today.

Monday, February 19, 2018

Driving Permit Class- Chelsea,AL

Thank you to Michelle Wallace of the ARC of Shelby County for developing a 7 week curriculum to prepare our CHHS students to get their driver's permit.

Friday, February 16, 2018

Magic City Daylight Donuts- Hoover, AL

Our Chelsea High School student has learned the daily tasks needed to prep for closing at the Magic City Daylight Donuts Valleydale Rd. location.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Transition Unlimited- Hoover,AL

Transition Unlimited Program Button

Transition Unlimited is an Alabama pre‐employment transition services (Pre‐ETS) initiative designed to build capacity and connect services to implement pre‐employment transition services throughout the state. The goal of the initiative is to provide guidance to transition stakeholders and local education agencies during the development of action plans for the delivery of Pre-ETS that best meet the needs of students with disabilities who are eligible or potentially eligible for vocational rehabilitation services. All of the SC secondary schools met over a two-day period to develop action plans to implement these services.

Monday, February 12, 2018

Pioneer Bookstore- Hoover, AL

Our Oak Mountain High School student at work in the Pioneer Bookstore at Jefferson State Community College. Today he assisted by restocking the new inventory that had just arrived. 

Friday, February 9, 2018

Magic City Daylight Donut- Hoover,AL

Our Chelsea High School student assists the manager of Daylight Donuts in  preparation for closing. He also "breaks-down" the store afterwards by stocking, cleaning, and washing/lining trays making sure everything is ready for the bakers when they arrive bright and early the next day.

Monday, February 5, 2018

Jefferson State Pioneer Bookstore- Hoover,AL

The bookstore at Jeff State gives our Oak Mt.High School student the opportunity to take inventory and stock. He also learned the process of how the Pioneer Bookstore's home office determines how all merchandise is to be staged.

Friday, February 2, 2018

Magic City Daylight Donuts- Hoover, AL

Magic City Daylight Donuts serves as a learning laboratory for our Chelsea High School student. He stocks products, helps distribute donuts, and assists in break down after the business closes. This non-paid work instruction gives  valuable insight on how a small business operates on a daily basis.
      Magic City Daylight Donuts located on Valleydale  is open from 6:00am-1:00pm Tuesday- Sunday .

Alabama Childhood Food Solutions- Sylacauga, AL

Feeding hungry families...One smile at a time.. Alabama Childhood Food Solutions provides food to over 600 families in Shelby, Coosa, and South Talladega counties. Our Vincent  and Chelsea High students learn that it truly is "better to give than receive!"

Jeff State Pioneer Bookstore- Hoover, AL

Cheryl, manager of the Jeff State Pioneer Bookstore, helped orient our Oak Mountain High school student to the daily job tasks of running the bookstore. He stocked textbooks and supplies and got the opportunity to scan items at the register.