Parents, students and community members

In its effort to “Educate all students for success in life,” the Anchorage School District is committed to providing equal educational opportunities, services and benefits to all students without regard to race, color, religion, physical handicap, national origin, sexual orientation, or other prohibitions.

 


ADA requests

Learn about the process for requesting reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA/ADAAA).

 

Crossing the Line: Guidelines for appropriate adult/student boundaries

It's important for staff members who are closely involved with students to understand the difference between friendly and overly-friendly behaviors. This brochure outlines examples that can help determine when friendly behaviors begin to cross the line to overly-friendly.

 

Interpreter services

Requests for sign language and world language interpreters.

 

Nondiscrimination and anti-harassment policies

Learn about the legal requirements ASD must meet and how to file a discrimination complaint.

 

Service animals access

Learn about the definition of a service animal and the process to have a service animal on ASD property. 

 

Title IX

Learn what Title IX is, who benefits from it and the complaint process.

 

Other ASD problem-solving options

The following options may be used to address any discrimination issue:

 


Accessibility
Anchorage School District website accessibility and nondiscrimination notice. The Anchorage School District is an equal opportunity provider.