Dear St. Vrain Valley Community,
Thank you for your outstanding support in championing the growth and development of St. Vrain Valley Schools into a nationally recognized center of excellence for student engagement and 21st-century learning. Your unwavering dedication to the well-being and success of our students, teachers, staff, and schools is a testament to the outstanding community in which we live.
Section 504 Plans
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is Congress’s directive to schools receiving any federal funding to eliminate discrimination based on disability from all aspects of school operation. Since St. Vrain Valley School District receives federal dollars, it is required to provide eligible disabled students with equal access to services, programs, and activities offered by the District. Section 504 is a civil rights statute and not a special education statute. Therefore, it is the responsibility of regular education staff and building administration to implement those practices and procedures necessary for a school to fulfill the requirements of this law. At each school, the responsibility for ensuring Section 504 compliance rests with the building principal or principal’s designee, sometimes referred to as the building 504 coordinator.
St. Vrain Valley School District 504 Contact:
Please refer to the Parent Guide to Section 504 Plans and contact your school principal or building 504 Coordinator for additional details on Section 504.
If your questions are not answered at that level, please contact:
Johnny Terrell -Executive Director of Student Services
303-772-7700 x57859 / 830 S. Lincoln Street, Longmont, CO 80501
Please visit the Student Services website for additional information.