Robbinsdale Transition Center
Robbinsdale Transition Center (RTC) is a special education program which serves young adults, ages 18-21, who receive special education services, and need support in transition areas.
Our students have a range of abilities and need assistance in making the transition from school to life in the community. Students are referred to RTC by their high school's individualized education plan (IEP) team.
Academically, students have the opportunity to take classes in money management, reading, habits of wellness in fitness and cooking, health, and social skills.
From a transition perspective, RTC provides opportunities for students to expand their work skills through job training, work experience and soft skills classes. RTC also connects students with vocational rehabilitation services.
To participate in RTC programming, a student must:
- Be aged 18-21, and have completed their 12th grade year of high school
- Be eligible for special education services and have needs recorded on their IEP in one or ore transition areas
- A student's high school IEP team has determined continued transition needs exist
RTC focuses on three special education transition areas:
- Post-secondary education and training
- Independent Living
Windows of Opportunity
Windows of Opportunity is a Community Education program that provides recreation, education and support activities for adults with physical, sensory, neurological and/or developmental disabilities age 18 and older. Learn more about these fun and engaging classes and opportunities.
305 Willow Bend
Crystal, MN 55428
8: 30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
If your your students meets the participation criteria and has transition needs, and you'd like to enroll at RTC, please contact us at 763-504-8619.
You can also visit our enrollment page for more information, as well as access to enrollment forms.