504 Plans

Student Services: Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act,

In order for RCPS to provide a free appropriate public education for students who are protected
under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, services and accommodations and modifications will likely be necessary. These may be implemented in the general education
classes. There are numerous accommodations and modifications that schools can include in
students' educational plans. RCPS utilizes Virginia IEP by PCG Education to provide the forms
and guide the process to determine if a child is eligible for 504 services or develop a 504 Plan.

If you would like to make a referral for 504 services please contact the principal, assistant principal or 504 Coordinator of the school your child attends:

Michelle Greene Principal McHarg Elementary School 540-731-3653
Deborah Reedy Assistant Principal McHarg Elementary School 540-731-3653
Cole Wilder Principal
Belle Heth Elementary School 540-731-3653
Dana DeHart 504 Coordinator RCPS Schools 540-731-3653
Darden Freeman Principal John Dalton Intermediate School 540-731-3651
Cameron Sellers Assistant Principal John Dalton Intermediate and Radford High School 540-731-3649
Ken Keister Principal
Radford High School 540-731-3649

No qualified student with a disability in Radford City Public Schools (RCPS) shall, on the basis of that disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under any program or activity offered by the school division

If you are getting ready to attend a 504 meeting for your child or you are a teacher who is attending a 504 meeting for a student in your classroom the following documents provide information regarding some of the reasonable accommodations used as well as some of the rights RCPS ensures each parent:


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