Como-Pickton CISD Superintendent Greg Bower this week announced that several of students have been chosen to serve on the Texas Transition Regional Student Advisory Committee.
Dr. Bower said CP is “proud of their representation and efforts.”
CPCISD students will provide feedback on the Student-Centered Transitions Network, which collaborates with Texas Education Agency to support students as they move from high school to adulthood.
A group of students served as self-advocates in four committee meetings throughout the 2020-2021 school year. Topics discussed ranged from legal rights and responsibilities at age 18 and moving from a pediatrician to an adult health care provider. The students committee’s recommendations will be presented to TEA this month, according to the information released by Bower.