Adult Transition Program

Employability

Job Awareness

  • Demonstrate a desire to be employed and recognize realistic job options.

Work Skills

  • Demonstrate basic employability skills, including work, social and hygiene habits.

Daily Living

Grooming and Hygiene

  • Recognize and apply appropriate grooming habits, practicing these on a regular basis.

Nutrition and Food Preparation

  • Recognize and prepare or select basic foods that make up a balanced meal.

Home Living

  • Responsibly use sources of energy and technology involving heat, light and electricity.
  • Maintain basic home cleaning routines and organization.

Time Management

  • Apply and manage use of time in the context of real-world situations.

Money Management

  • Apply and manage use of money in the context of real-world situations.

Medical, Health and Fitness

  • Recognize and apply appropriate health habits and practices, including nutrition, fitness and health care.

Community Living

Community Resources

  • Explore community resources for personal, vocational and daily living supports.
  • Explore opportunities for civic participation.

Recreation and Leisure

  • Participate in recreation-leisure activities of choice
  • Make plans and access community resources.

Personal Life

Communication

  • Effectively ask and respond to questions within community, daily living and vocational activities.
  • Participate in conversations related to current events in the community and beyond.

Social Skills

  • Demonstrate expressive skills to participate effectively in a social exchange.
  • Demonstrate appropriate use of interpersonal communication skills in work, community and daily living situations.

Self-Advocacy

  • Demonstrate effective self-advocacy skills to maximize independence in home, community and employment.
  • Identify rights and responsibilities of citizens, including opportunities for civic participation.

Problem Solving

  • Apply problem-solving skills to issues related to daily living situations.
  • Create a solution to a problem, using a problem-solving process to do so.

Lifelong Learning

Reading

  • Build word recognition within daily living and vocational materials.
  • Understand and apply vocabulary related to community, daily living and vocational situations.
  • Locate and use information from various sources to achieve a purpose.
  • Appreciate the value of print materials, such as newspapers and magazines for informational and pleasure reading.

Writing

  • Produce purposeful writing documents that follow conventional style, grammar, punctuation and spelling.
  • Complete written forms related to life and job skills.

Math

  • Use numbers in real-life situations, including basic computations, money and time.
Fresno Adult School

English Learner Supports

FUSD is committed to providing high quality and rigorous programs for all of our students, including English learners.  To that end, we are committed to providing support and resources for our EL families to better assist your children at home in an online learning environment.

How do I communicate with my child’s teacher if we don’t speak the same language?

Reach out to your child’s school for an interpreter to help connect to your child’s teacher (e.g. Home School Liaison or staff).  There are also specific apps that allow for teacher and parent communication.  Some of them include Immersive Reader, Talking Points, and Google Translate.

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