Boone Community School District is committed to ensuring the accessibility of electronic and information technology resources used by students, staff, and the general public. This commitment supports the district’s mission of education and good character, and is maintained in accordance with relevant federal and state laws.

"Accessible" means that individuals with disabilities can independently acquire the same information, engage in the same interactions, and enjoy the same services within the same timeframe as individuals without disabilities, with substantially equivalent ease of use.


This notice applies to all electronic and information technology used by the district. This includes, but is not limited to, the contexts of teaching, learning, service, employment, and other official functions of the district.
This notice applies to materials hosted or provided by the district or by third parties, whenever these materials are used in official functions of the district.


In order to maintain equal opportunities for all individuals, the goal of this notice is to achieve accessibility as a proactive need, rather than a reactive response. The district will maintain processes for evaluating accessibility as part of the procurement process.

The IT Director will oversee coordination and implementation of this notice. The IT Director will publish and maintain technical standards for implementing IT digital accessibility, including standards for web-based and non-web technologies.

Exceptions to the notice are permitted only when full compliance would impose an “undue burden;” when an accessible format constitutes a fundamental alteration to the nature of the program, service, or activity; or when an accessible version of the materials does not exist. In all cases, the requesting individual or unit will be required to document and obtain approval(s) for the exception. The processes for documentation and approval will be provided on request.


The district has adopted Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1 AA), and is actively working towards full compliance with this standard.


We are aware that some PDF and Office documents on this site do not currently meet accessibility requirements, and are working to update these documents. If you have trouble accessing any of these documents, please let us know following the reporting procedure below, and we will provide the requested information in an alternative format.

This website may link out to platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. in an effort to use modern communication methods and to encourage digital citizenship. These services are provided by their respective companies, and we are not responsible for their adherence to accessibility standards.


The IT Director maintains a digital accessibility guidelines page . This page includes information, tools, and best practices, as well as links to other resources related to digital accessibility and services for persons with disabilities. 

The IT Director will offer training and consultation on topics related to digital accessibility.

The IT Director will develop processes to periodically assess the accessibility of district websites. The results of these assessments will be shared with appropriate individuals. Content owners will be responsible for addressing issues identified within a timely manner.

Enforcement & Reporting Issues

Address any accessibility-related complaints to or Pam Stangeland, Director of Student Services.

As part of the complaint process, District resources in violation will be referred to the IT Director for assistance with remediation or replacement. Remediation may include removal until compliant with this notice.