Please speak with your counselor or mentor as soon as possible if you have questions about specific accommodations and needs.
In BVSD we are dedicated to supporting every student so they ultimately become successful adults, who are engaged in our community. We begin with differentiating instruction for every student and then work with students and parents to provide additional accommodations, modifications and services for those who need it.
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act prohibits discrimination based on disability. All staff and administrators have the responsibility of insuring that all students with disabilities are identified, evaluated and provided with needed accommodations and services, resulting in a free appropriate public education.
Special education services and supports are provided to students who cannot access their Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) because of the impact of their identified disability. All students are general education students first. Special education provides supports and services so that students can access the general education curriculum. The federal law that regulates this is called The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) which was reauthorized in 2004.