• Moving into Adult Roles and Communities

  • Mission

    Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District is committed to providing quality transition services which foster independence, develop employability skills, promote self-determination, and prepare the student for integration into their community.


    MARC (Moving into Adult Roles and Communities)

    The MARC program is a transition service offered by Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD and is located at HEB ISD's Support Staff Building at West Hurst, at 501 Precinct Line Road, Hurst, TX 76053. It is an instructional arrangement for students with disabilities ages 18-21 who have completed the academic graduation requirements and are working within the continuum of transition services in order to complete implementation of their Individual Education Plan (IEP.)

    Individualized supports for a successful transition to adult life are provided in the areas of.

    • Employment- Students gain work experience by working at a variety of local businesses with whom HEB has an agreement with.
    • Independent living- Students plan, prepare and clean up after a dish once a week.

    Each young adult's daily schedule is based upon his or her post-secondary goals, IEP goals, and objectives developed with the collaboration of the student, parents, teachers and adult agencies.

    For more information visit please contact the Transition Office at 817-399-2289


    Texas Transition and Employment Guide

    The Texas Education Agency website provides resources created by the Student-Centered Transitions Network (SCTN) to assist educators and families with implementing quality transition services for students with disabilities. The Texas Transition Guide is available in English, Spanish, Korean, Vietnamese, and Chinese:

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