Deck the Halls!

It’s that special time of year again and our Youth in Transition School students were anxious to help beautify the school for the holiday. We have our very own Christmas tree decorated with festive ornaments and colorful lights, in our cafeteria for everyone to see.   As you walk around the school, you’ll spot candy canes and special decorations hanging on classroom doors.  We even had a door decorating contest! Check these out!   Our students did an excellent job at working together to decorate their Continue reading →

YIT is Thankful for Turkey!

Gobble! Gobble! The day before Thanksgiving, our students and staff at Youth In Transition School had a delicious Thanksgiving Feast. The students in the Culinary Program, along with their director, worked hard in the kitchen all morning long preparing turkey, stuffing, macaroni and cheese, greens, sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, warm biscuits, sweet potato pie and cookies. Now that’s what you call a mouth-watering meal! No one had room for seconds! The food was truly satisfying and there wasn’t one person who left the cafeteria without Continue reading →

The Monster Mash

Mwauhahahahaha! When the clock struck 12, the ghouls, ghosts and goblins came out to haunt the Career Development Center for a Spooktacular Halloween Party!  Monsters were lurking around in the shadows, just waiting for the perfect time to scare.  Our individuals dressed up as werewolves, pirates, zombies and much more! Aaaahhh! What great costumes. Everyone had a scary good time as they socialized with each other, scared the staff and danced to Halloween music!  It was truly an unforgettable experience and will be sure to Continue reading →

Andrew Williams Returns to Public School

As a non-public school, it is our goal to provide educational and behavioral supports required for students to be successful in their learning environment. Ultimately, these non-public students will then be able to transition back into their zone Public School and utilize all the skills learned at the non-public school to be successful in their new school setting. With that being said, Youth in Transition (YIT) is PROUD to announce Baltimore County student, Andrew Williams has returned to his zone Public School (Overlea High) as Continue reading →

9th Annual Athletic Games

Three….Two….One…. Go!  As soon as the race began, our individuals were speeding as fast as possible to the finish line.  But this was no ordinary race since they had to run while balancing an egg on a spoon! Luckily not one person dropped their egg as they twisted and turned, making their way to the end of the race course. Friends and staff cheered the contestants on, making them all feel like winners! It was obvious through all the shouts of laughter and cheer that Continue reading →