Accessibility Services

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Our Accessibility Services department works with students with exceptionalities.  Their goal is to help each student with a disability progress in school and prepare for life after school.  Information for adult students in career certificate programs, ABE/GED, and ESOL classes who would like to request accommodations for use in the classroom and on the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) or Greater Opportunities for Adult Learning Success (GOALS) 900 Reading and Math tests can be found here 

Below are some links to help students apply to receive accommodations on the GED test(s).  Please Note: You must apply directly to GED Testing Service a minimum of 30 days prior to exam date.

GED Accommodations Link

GED Contact Us Link

Certification/Licensure Exam Accommodations
Many certifying/licensure organizations/entities have a process in place for students with a documented disability for applying to receive accommodations when taking their exams; please contact Amanda DeTiberus, Accessibility Services Coordinator, or ask your technical program instructor for information regarding this for your specific program certification/licensure exam(s).

For additional information regarding self-disclosing a disability and receiving accommodations as described above, please contact us here Contact us today to learn more.


Student Support Staff

Amanda DeTiberus, Accessibility Services Coordinator 

Building 01, Room 01-012



Nicole Graziano

Certified School Counselor

Building 1, Room 01-040


Contact Ms. Graziano


Kim Dunn

Admissions Advisor

Building 1, Room 01-004

(727) 774-1703


Jen Warren

Graduation Enhancement Coach

Building 01, Room 01-019

(727) 774-1816



Career Placement Coordinator

Building 01, 01-017

(727) 774-1710



Tonia Shook, Director

Building 1, Administration


Jayme D’Avanzo, Assistant Director

Building 1, Administration