Project SEARCH is a high school transition to work program for young adults with disabilities that takes place entirely at the workplace (Ebenezer Middle School). The goal for each student in this program is competitive employment. The program provides real life work experiences combined with training in employability and independent living skills to help young adults make successful transitions from school to productive adult life.
A portion of the money raised at this event will be donated to the SEHS CBVI Program. The CBVI program provides the opportunity for high school students to learn and practice employment skills in a real work setting at specified job sites while supervised by school staff. The remaining money will be used to support the Project SEARCH program.
Event details and schedule
Date: January 13, 2024
Time: Race starts at 9 am, Packet pickup starts at 8 am
Location: Honey Ridge Agricenter 477 Honey Ridge Rd, Guyton, GA 31312
Cost: $25 online preregistration, $30 race day registration (cash or check only)
Additional information: The course is not paved. It is a trail though Honey Ridge Agricenter. Strollers are welcome; however, they may be difficult to maneuver through uneven terrain. There will be plenty of parking on site. All registrations after December 11th will not be guaranteed a t-shirt. This is a fun run, so times are unofficial. This is a rain or shine event.