Section 504

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 mandates the Anacortes School District to provide free and appropriate public education to each student with a disability, regardless of the nature or severity of the disability. It is the intent of the district to ensure that students who are disabled, as defined by Section 504, be identified and provided with appropriate services, including special modifications and accommodations in an educational setting. Students may be considered disabled under Section 504 even though they do not require services as specified in the Individuals with Disability Education Act (IDEA). If you have questions regarding eligibility, services, and or your rights under Section 504, please contact your child's 504 coordinator at their school. You can also find more detailed information in our Anacortes School Policy 2162 and Procedures 2162

Anacortes School District Section 504 District Coordinator

Connie Martin, Executive Director for Student Support Services
cmartin@asd103.org

Anacortes School District Section 504 School Coordinators


Whitney Early Learning Center
Stacey Esteson  

Phone: (360) 293-1554

Fidalgo Elementary School
Courtney Miner
Phone: (360) 293-1640

Island View Elementary School

Tony Vecchione
Phone: (360) 293-1508

Mt. Erie Elementary School
Stacy Estenson
Phone: (360) 293-1554

Anacortes Middle School
Shawn Flynn (A-L)
Phone: (360) 293-1240

Renae Newall (M-Z)
Phone: (360) 293-1198

Anacortes High School/Cap Sante
Marci Fankhauser (Students A-F)
Phone: (360) 293 - 1334

Maggie Lahey (Students G-M)
Phone: (360) 293 -1386

Jean Lungren (Student N-Z)
Phone: (360) 293-1336

Helpful Links:
Free and Appropriate Public Education (Section 504)
Office of Civil Rights



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