Seattle Public Schools


Student ADA

Student ADA at Seattle Public Schools

Ensuring information and communications is easily accessible for all students in Seattle Public Schools.

SPS Graduation Accessibility Requests for Memorial Stadium

We will have access to ADA compliant seating and entry into Memorial Stadium. Accessible parking stalls are also available at the stadium.

If you plan on attending any SPS graduations not at Memorial Stadium and need accommodations, please reach out to that specific school for more information.

If you require any ADA assistance to join us at a graduation ceremony this year, please fill out this form to request accommodations.

If you are unable to access the form, please reach out to the your student’s school principal or activity coordinator to share accommodations needs.

Meeting your ADA accommodations during graduations is important to us. While we make every effort to accommodate all needs, providing us with the requested information ensures we can meet your requirement.

We look forward to seeing you as we celebrate our SPS graduates and all their hard work.

Seattle Public Schools is committed to non-discrimination and ensuring that information and communications for District-sponsored programs, events, and activities is accessible to students with disabilities. This includes students who are deaf or hearing impaired as well as blind or visually impaired in accordance with Section 504 and Title II of the American Disabilities Act (ADA).

To ensure that communication for students with disabilities is as effective as for non-disabled students, it is the responsibility of the District to act on each request for auxiliary aids and services upon request. These services will be provided in an accessible format at no cost to the student.

Auxiliary aids and services include a variety of communication services and devices that promote effective communication for students with disabilities. Examples include certified sign language interpreters, real-time captioning services, translation services, written materials, large print, Braille, or electronic versions of information. The types of auxiliary aids and services necessary will depend on the length of complexity of the communication, circumstances, and the needs and desires of the student.