Section 504 & General Education Homebound

Links

Accommodations Resource Page from the Texas Education Agency

Protections for Students with Disabilities from the United States Department of Education

Center for Parent Information & Resources

Mission

It is the role of the 504 department to ensure that students with disabilities receive the accommodations necessary to have equal access to the curriculum and to their school environment as their non-disabled peers.


District Contact:

Dawne T. Benavides

Support Services Coordinator [504/GEH/MTSS]

210-622-4335 ext 3776

dbenavides@swisd.net

Child Find Notice

Pursuant to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Southwest Independent School District has a duty to identify, refer, evaluate and, if eligible, provide a free, appropriate public education to disabled students. For additional information about the rights of parents of eligible children, or for answers to any questions you might have about identification, evaluation and placement into Section 504 programs, please contact the District’s Support Services Coordinator, Dawne Benavides at 210.622.4335 or dbenavides@swisd.net.


Notificación Sobre la Sección 504

De conformidad con la Sección 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973, el Distrito tiene el deber de identificar, referir, evaluar y si es elegible, proporcionar una educación pública gratuita y apropiada a los estudiantes con discapacidad. Para obtener información adicional acerca de los derechos de los padres de los niños elegibles, o para obtener respuestas a cualquier pregunta que pueda tener acerca de la identificación, evaluación y colocación en los programas de la Sección 504, por favor póngase en contacto con el Coordinador de la Sección 504 del Distrito, Dawne Benavides al 210.622.4335 o dbenavides@swisd.net.

Campus 504 Coordinators

Elementary

Big Country Elementary

Lawrence White

645-7560


Hidden Cove Elementary

Michael Maldonado

623-6220

Medio Creek Elementary

Amy Garza

622-4950


Spicewood Park Elementary

Tanya Velasquez

622-4999


Bob Hope Elementary

Brian Pennartz

927-8180

Indian Creek Elementary

Marissa DeHoyos

623-6520

Sky Harbour Elementary

Danielle Aliano

623-6580

Sun Valley Elementary

Jessica Castillo

645-7570

Elm Creek Elementary

Maria White

622-4430


Kriewald Road Elementary

Stephanie Bippert

645-7550

Southwest Elementary

Samantha Ripps

622-4420

Secondary

McAullife Middle School

Kathy Holland

623-6260


Scobee Middle School

Joseph Medina

645-7500

Crossroads

J.J. Perez

622-4750

McNair Middle School

Sergio Martinez

622-4480

Southwest High School

Alberto Garcia

622-4500


Resnik Middle School

Monica Garcia

623-6589

SW Legacy High School

Johnathan Cruz

622-4820

General Education Homebound

S.W.I.S.D. HOMEBOUND SERVICES:

General Education Homebound Student:

Any student who is served through the general education homebound (GEH) program must meet the following three criteria:

1. Student is expected to be confined at home or hospital bedside for a minimum of four consecutive or cumulative weeks;

2. Student is homebound for medical reasons only; and

3. Medical condition must be documented by a physician licensed to practice in the United States.

(Completion of Doctor Verification of Need for Homebound Instruction is required.)