504 Information

  • Parents’ Rights Afforded By Section 504 Of The Rehabilitation Act Of 1973

    The following is a description of the rights granted by federal law to students with disabilities. The intent of the law is to keep parents/guardians fully informed concerning decisions about their child and to inform them of their rights if they disagree with any of these decisions. 

    Link to Iowa Department of Education Section 504

    District Section 504 Coordinator:
    Barb Hunt
    Special Education Director

Transition Alliance Program (TAP)

  • CCA started a Transition Alliance Program in collaboration with Iowa Vocation Rehabilitation Services in July of 2022. The program focused its services on current 11th and 12th-grade students who qualified for pre-employment programming through their IEP or 504. The program has expanded its service to support 9th-12th grade students who qualify. 

    Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS) is Iowa’s state vocational rehabilitation program and is a division of the Iowa Department of Education. They are a part of the state-federal vocational rehabilitation system. Each state receives funding to operate a vocational rehabilitation program(s) based on the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). 

    Local School Plan with IVRS

    Kelsey Portwine
    Transition Alliance Program Coordinator (TAP)
    Clear Creek Amana High School | Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services