Section 504

Services During COVID-19

Your school's 504 coordinator will be available via email for any questions throughout the COVID-19 school closure. They have asked staff to be mindful of each students 504 plans, noting that many of these program supports are more relevant for in-person, real-time teaching. We will continue to support your family's 504 plans to the best extent possible.

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Message to 504 Families about COVID-19

About Section 504

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Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is an anti-discrimination statute that is designed to provide equal access to education programs, services, and activities for students with a physical or mental health disability.

When a student has a physical or mental impairment that limits a major life activity the district is required to level the playing field for the student to prevent discrimination and provide access like typical peers. A student with a mental and/or physical impairment that is progressing in school without modifications and/ or accommodations, or with modifications and/or accommodations available to every student would be eligible for the non-discrimination protections under Section 504, but would not have a written 504 plan.



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Always contact your school 504 coordinator first. You can find their contact information to the left. You may also contact your school's principal.

Submit questions and feedback online and receive a response within one business day through Let's Talk.

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