Web Accessibility Guidelines
This site is designed to be accessible to a variety of users with differing needs. Web accessibility ensures access to the web for everyone, regardless of disability. Visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, and neurological disabilities can all affect access to the web.
For people with disabilities, access to this technology can be more critical than for the general population, which may have an easier time accessing traditional sources of information such as print media. Our site presents information in a way that people can access information regardless of what hardware or software they are using, and regardless of how they navigate through a site.
You can use a free browser plug-in such as BrowseAloud to listen to web pages. A tool like this helps people who may find it difficult to read text online, those who may have literacy problems, or those with learning disabilities such as dyslexia. It is also a beneficial tool for those for whom English is a second language. Wawasee Community School Corporation cannot guarantee the accuracy of the converted text nor are we liable for any resulting issues.