Section 504 Resources
Grant Wood AEA provides various forms, templates and resources as a service to school districts. Districts could choose to adopt these forms, or create forms of their own. If a district chooses to create forms of their own, they are advised to meet the school district responsibilities under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the ADAAA of 2008.
Resources, Guides and Templates
Outlines the grievance procedure, Parental Rights, and provides a description of 504 policy
Provides documentation of the first step (referral)
Outlines teacher’s and staff’s responsibilities
Describes the rights granted by federal law to students with disabilities
Utilized to obtain parental permission
Explains the eligibility decision-making process
Details the necessary documentation required to determine if a student meets the eligibility criteria
Provides a list (not intended to be all-inclusive) of the possible accommodations as they relate to specific areas of concern.
Copies of this official plan are distributed to parents, teachers, the student’s 504 folder and District 504 Coordinator
Statement from the Iowa DE, which specifies parents rights after unilaterally withdrawing all Special Education Services
This revised document clarifies the requirements of Section 504 as stated in the Amendments Act 2008
Students with Disabilities Preparing for Post-Secondary Education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities
Explains the rights of students planning to pursue post-secondary education
A feedback tool for 504 teams to use with teachers when a student being referred for a 504 plan
A tool to document the communication of a 504 plan with members responsible for the delivery of 504 accommodations
A document checklist to guide 504 teams in the process of consideration
This memorandum is to remind school officials about the relationship between Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and individualized health plans or IHPs and other similar plans.
PowerPoint Presentation: Fred Kinne – EdEquity Consulting LLC
Updated 5/4/21. COVID-19 Recovery Services are services provided in addition to those servicies and supports identified in an elibible individual’s IEP or IFSP. These are designed to minimize the compounding effects of those skills not being taught to due closures related to COVID-19.