Community Adult Transition Program (CAT)
The Community Adult Transition Program (CAT) at Petaluma City Schools serves students ages 18-22 with moderate to severe disabilities who have completed their high school program with a Certificate of Completion. Our community-based program focuses on vocational and independent living skills, self-advocacy, and community integration. Students participate in both classroom and community-based instruction which provides opportunities for functional academics, peer interaction, and integration with a variety of community resources and local businesses, including job coaching and training.
For more information, contact Amanda Kirk at email@example.com.