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Section 504 Compliance Officer/ Coordinator
1010 E. Tenth St., 85719
Section 504 Compliance Officer/Coordinator: Holly Colonna
(520) 225-6211 | email@example.com
Section 504 is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities. Section 504 ensures that a child with a disability has equal access to an education. A child may receive accommodations and modifications.
A person is disabled within the definition of Section 504 if the following conditions are met:
This determination is made by a school team of individuals who are familiar with the child and the child's parent.
If the school has reason to believe that, because of a disability as defined under Section 504, a student needs accommodations or services in order to participate in the school program, the school must evaluate the student. If it is determined that a student is disabled under Section 504, the school must develop and implement the delivery of all needed services and/or accommodations.
Accommodations are adjustments made by the classroom teacher(s) and other school staff to help students benefit from their educational program. In some cases a plan should be developed outlining services and accommodations.