104.2 - Section 504 Compliance

 

 

 

It is the policy of the Board of Education of the Linn-Mar Community School District not to discriminate against any otherwise qualified individual with disability solely by reason of their disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, any program or activity sponsored by this school district.

Inquiries regarding compliance with this policy should be directed to the district’s Section 504 coordinator:

Leisa Breitfelder
Executive Director of Student Services
2999 N 10th Street, Marion, Iowa 52302
Phone: 319-447-3003
Email: lbreitfelder@Linnmar.k12.ia.us
Office Hours: 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM (M-Th) and 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM (Fri)

Inquiries can also be directed to:
US Department of Education
Office for Civil Rights Region VII
8930 Ward Parkway, Suite 2037
Kansas City MO 64114
Phone: 816-268-0550


Adopted: 1973
Reviewed: 4/13; 5/14; 9/16
Revised: 9/10; 10/11
Related Policy (Code #): 104.1; 104.1-R; 10.1-E1-E3; 104.2-E
Legal Reference (Code of Iowa): Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; 102; 102.R1; 102.E1-E6

104.2-E - Section 504 Student/Parental Rights Notification

 

 

 

The following statement is to be published in written and electronic form in the district's official documents and on the district website.

The Linn-Mar Community School District does not discriminate in its educational programs and activities on the basis of a student’s disability. It has been determined that your child has a qualifying disability for which accommodations may need to be made to meet their individual needs as adequately as the needs of other students.

As a parent you have the right to the following:

  1. Participation of your child in district programs and activities including extra-curricular programs and activities, to the maximum extent appropriate, free of discrimination based upon the student’s disability and at the same level as students without disabilities.
  2. Receipt of free educational services to the extent they are provided students without disabilities.
  3. Receipt of information, either orally or written, about your child and your child’s educational programs and activities in your native language.
  4. Notice of identification of your child as having a qualifying disability for which accommodations may need to be made, notice prior to evaluation and placement of your child, and the right to periodically request a re-evaluation of your child.
  5. Inspect and review your child’s educational records including a right to copy those records for a reasonable fee. You also have a right to ask the school district to amend your child’s educational records if you feel the information in the records is misleading or inaccurate. Should the school district refuse to amend the records, you have a right to a hearing and to place an explanatory letter in your child’s file explaining why you feel the records are misleading or inaccurate.
  6. Hearing before an impartial hearing officer if you disagree with your child’s evaluation or placement. You have a right to counsel at the hearing and to have the decision of the impartial hearing officer reviewed.

Inquiries concerning the school district’s compliance with the regulations implementing Title VI, Title IX, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), § 504 or Iowa Code § 280.3 should be directed to the district’s Section 504 compliance coordinator who has been designated by the school district to coordinate the district’s efforts to comply with the regulations implementing Title VI, Title IX, the ADA, § 504 and Iowa Code § 280.3 (2013).

Leisa Breitfelder
Executive Director of Student Services
2999 N 10th Street, Marion, IA  52302
Phone: 319-447-3003
Email: lbreitfelder@Linnmar.k12.ia.us
Office Hours: 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM (M-Th) and 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM (Fri)


Adopted: 11/08
Reviewed: 10/11; 4/13; 5/14; 9/16
Related Policy (Code #): 104.1; 104.1-R; 104.1.E1-E3; 104.2
Legal Reference (Code of Iowa): Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; 102; 102.R1; 102.E1-E6