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Adult Transition Program

Class Activities for March

We have some exciting trips and outings planned for March to learn from our community resources. These provide opportunities for learning about our great community, its resources and learning opportunities.  These will include:

  • Citrus Crossing Center in Azusa
  • Mount San Antonio College Observatory
  • Irish Potato Bar
  • Seussical Musical at Bridges Auditorium Claremont
  • Pi Day Celebration

Adult Transition Site Events in March


Thursday March 16-Pi Day Celebration

Friday March 17- Irish Potato Bar

Wednesday March 22 -Transition Vendor Fair @ ESGV ROP

Thursday March 23-Seussical the Musical @Bridges Auditorium

Friday March 31-No School Cesar Chavez Birthday

Recreation and Leisure Activities

Students access community and school resources like parks, the gym and the DMV.





About Us

Baldwin Park Adult Transition strives to move students towards adulthood and success in their post-secondary education lives. Areas of focus include:

  • Daily living skills
  • Increasing self-reliance
  • Access to the community
  • Career Exploration
  • Socialization
  • Practical skills



   Our young ladies comparing                        
   beauty products.                                 


One of our students preparing breakfast.

February Activities in Review


February was an active month. On the 17th we had a Sweethearts Dinner where the women had make overs on their  nails and hair. The young gentlemen and ladies practiced manners and table etiquette.  We also had a superbowl party with nachos, hot dogs and hamburgers. Students chose which team they felt was going to win the game and students closest to guessing the score received prizes. Career education supervised students going to the West Covina Fashion Plaza l and identifying clothes they would wear to job interview. The Sante Fe Dam was the site of a community hiking trip and impromptu barbeque activity.  A small group of students visited the Gene Autry Museum at Griffith Park where they had the opportunity to appear in a cowboy movie and see some amazing exhibits. Costco  and Food for Less were markets where students purchased items for cooking activities. 



Mission Statement

"Empowering  students individually  to the best of their ability for life in the home, community and workplace." 

Career Exploration For February

This month we will have students going to work at local:


  • Pizza Parlors
  • Donut Shops
  • Sundry and Surplus stores
  • Grocery stores


Students will also be performing work activities on site for a local  store.

Career Education  will be focusing on  skills for conducting successful job interviews. 

Student Worker of the Month: February

This month we are proud to announce our workers of the month for outstanding work onsite at ATP for February:

Maria, Shawn and Karina