ADA Facilities Access
SFUSD promotes equality for people with disabilities through ensuring that our built environment is aligned with federal and state accessibility guidelines and standards. Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act ensures access to District facilities and grounds for individuals with disabilities with respect to new construction and alterations.
If you experience a barrier to navigating the physical environment at a District site (e.g. locating an accessible ramp, accessible loading zone, accessible path of travel, etc.), please first contact your school site to review the site access guide and resolve the matter. If you do not receive a satisfactory response, please email email@example.com or call the Office of Equity and ask to be contacted by the District’s ADA Coordinator.
If you wish to file a formal ADA grievance because of a physical barrier to accessing an SFUSD program or service that is located on District grounds because of your or another’s disability, you may submit a written and completed ADA Grievance Form to the Office of Equity. The complaint will be investigated by the District’s ADA Coordinator who will issue findings and a decision within 60 calendar days of the District’s receipt of the grievance.
This page was last updated on June 6, 2022