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Section 504 Forms - Login Required

Only appropriate staff are allowed access to the Section 504 Forms page. Please contact your coordinator or facilitator if you have forgotten the ID and/or password.

Section 504 Staff Handbook .pdf (46 pages)

Section 504

Section 504 is federal civil rights law under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. It provides protection against discrimination for individuals with disabilities. Students in school settings fall under the civil rights protection of Section 504. The law and regulations prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability from all school programs and activities in both public and private schools receiving direct or indirect federal funding. Section 504 accommodations could be available to identified students with disabilities, who have been evaluated.

Section 504 is designed to provide equal access in general education to students with disabilities, thereby leveling the playing field for them through what is known as a Section 504 Accommodation Plan. It is not a plan designed to enhance a student's performance. It is a plan to provide accommodations and equal access to education. The student must be evaluated and meet the Section 504 identification criteria.

A student is entitled to a Section 504 Accommodation Plan if they have been identified and the evaluation shows that the individual has a mental or physical impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities. This determination is made by a team of knowledgeable individuals, including the parents, who are familiar of the student and his/her disability.

Please see the following parent guide and talk with the school counselor if you have questions.