Seattle Public Schools Web Accessibility
Accessibility Workshop Schedule
Accessibility workshops will be held online via Microsoft Teams. To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include the date of the workshop.
- May 12 at 1:30-2:30 p.m.
- June 9 at 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Since this is a workshop, the expectation is that you have already watched the videos and you will bring your questions and a document you are working on or struggling with. We will use the documents you bring to class as examples and walk you through the process of making the document accessible from start to finish.
Path to Accessible Documents on SPS Websites
Seattle Public Schools (Seattle Public Schools) is committed to ensuring all web pages and content are accessible and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). All external website content must be accessible. Documents that are not accessible, or without a conforming alternate version, will be removed.
We also want to make it as easy as possible for you! Information below will support you in determining if your content should be posted on a district webpage and in making it accessible.
Important! You need Adobe Acrobat Pro DC in order to make your PDFs as accessible as possible. If you are an SPS employee, you can email TechTicket and tell them you need an Adobe Acrobat Pro license.
Document Accessibility Resources
You need Adobe Acrobat Pro DC in order to make your PDFs as accessible as possible. If you are an Seattle Public Schools employee, you can email TechLine and tell them you are a web editor that would like an Adobe Pro license.
- Make an Excel Workbook Accessible
- Make a PowerPoint Accessible
- Make a Word Document Accessible
- Make a PDF Accessible
- How to submit documents to web team for accessibility check (school web editors only)