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WPS-Website Accessibility Complaint

Wyoming Public Schools -Website Accessibility Complaint

Filing a complaint or grievance regarding the accessibility of the Wyoming Public School District’s Website



How is a complaint submitted?

An individual may make a complaint directly to a school administrator or to the District Web Accessibility Coordinator.


Complaints may also be submitted orally or in writing, via US mail or email, or by completing the WPS Web Accessibility Complaint Form below:


Written Complaint forms should be emailed or sent via US mail to: WPS Technology Office

Attn: Jim Nora, Technology Director/Web Accessibility Coordinator 3575 Gladiola SW, Wyoming, MI 49519.


Oral complaints may be made by calling 616-249-761 4 or visiting the District ’s administrative office during business hours


Formal grievance complaints covered under section 504/Title II can be made through the following   link:   Civil Rights Division



What information should be included in a written complaint?

A complaint or grievance regarding the inaccessibility of the District’s public website content should contain the following information:


  • Your name
  • Your address
  • Your contact information (email and telephone number)
  • The date of the complaint
  • A description of the problem(s) encountered
  • The URL (web address) or location of the problem page
  • Solution desired


For you convenience you may use the form below to submit your complaint.

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Most people today can hardly conceive of life without the internet. Some have argued that no other single invention has been more revolutionary since Gutenberg’s printing press in the 1400s. Now, at the click of a mouse, the world can be “at your fingertips”—that is, if you can use a mouse… and see the screen… and hear the audio—in other words, if you don’t have a disability of any kind.


Wyoming Public School’s is committed to full compliance of ADA accessible technology standards.  We will strive to ensure people with disabilities are able to acquire the same information, engage in the same interactions, and enjoy the same benefits and services within the same time frame as a person without a disability, in an equally effective and equally integrated manner, with substantially equivalent ease of use.  A person with a disability will be able to obtain the information as fully, equally, and independently as a person without a disability. Although this might not result in identical ease of use compared to that of persons without disabilities, it will ensure equal opportunity to the educational benefits and opportunities afforded by the technology and equal treatment in the use of such technology.

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