The Indian River Transition and Parallel Program (TAPP) is a special education program for the district's young adults (18-22 year olds) who need to learn more skills for the workforce and independent living skills prior to leaving the school system. We offer internships, connect students with adult agencies, and we teach skills needed to be independent such as cooking and household duties. Our program is tailored to meet the needs of our students and includes related services, and Individualized Education Plans.
Location: G.W. Carver Educational Center
Dr. Tara Thoroughgood, TAPP Principal
Dr. Amy Mooney, TAPP Special Education Coordinator