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Welcome to the Life Bridges Transition Program Website.
 
Our mission at LB is to is to educate young adults with disabilities to increase independence in family and community settings.  At Life Bridges we work every day to provide opportunities both on the campus and out in the community for our Team Members to learn the skills necessary to reach their individual goals. Our vision for LB is for every Team Member to have a positive experience that will transition them out into the ‘real world’.   
 
The LB website is a source of information that is designed to help keep Team Members, families and the community connected and provide information that will be useful as our Team Members navigate their way down the road towards independence.
 
Here at Life Bridges we believe that the only disability is the inability to see Ability!
 
Cindie Walker
LB Administrator and CISD Transition Coordinator
 

At A Glance

  • 60 Student Enrollment
  • 12 Exited this year
  • getinvolved17 Community Partners
  • e888fdef-7cc3-493f-800c-7acd55579417 Independence is our goal
  • Individualize Programming
CLHS construction student Copeland

CTE Month: Community Partners, Mentors Serve Critical Role

Learning a job firsthand is often the best way to know if it is the right fit. Community partners often provide that firsthand account for students interested in a particular job or career. Local business professionals give presentations, offer paid internships and more through Comal ISD's Career and Technical Education programs. Here's part three in a series of articles about CTE.
Seventh grade Life skills class

Career and Technical Education (CTE), Celebrated in February

Comal ISD teachers and staff members are celebrating CTE month throughout February. This is the first in a series of stories that will explain CTE and how the district is expanding its efforts to prepare students for their futures whether their next step is college, a vocation or trade school or employment. Students today have the opportunity to examine their options through a wide variety of CTE classes.
Chess Champions RBES

Chess Champions Announced from District's First Tournament

The Canyon Lake High School cafeteria was packed with 300 participants anxiously waiting to play chess on a Saturday in January. The pawns, the rooks, the bishops, the queens and, of course, the kings were lined up neatly in rows ready for the action. This was the district's first chess tournament of the year and here are the results.