Website Accessibility Policy
At Capital City Lighthouse Charter School, we seek to understand and respect the unique needs of our students and community. We are committed to ensuring the accessibility of our web content to people with disabilities. All content on our website will conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, Level AA.
This policy applies to all new, updated, and existing web content on https://capitalcity.lha.net and all content on our teacher sites and intranet. Accessibility checks and training will be incorporated into the publishing workflow for all new website content. In addition, we will ensure third-party content providers are aware of our web accessibility policy and will favor providers based on their accessibility conformance claims.
Each page of the website will include a link to a form providing a method for users to submit feedback on the site; this information will be compiled and considered during the review process. Any accessibility issues should be reported to Name at email or by using the posted form.
All areas of the Capital City Lighthouse Charter School website will be reviewed annually. Reviews are the responsibility of Provide Name/Department.
This policy will be reviewed annually to ensure current compliance and was last reviewed January xx, 2019, by Provide Name.
We are currently working to bring our website into compliance. We expect Capital City Lighthouse Charter School web content will meet WCAG 2.0, Level AA conformance by January 2020.
Capital City Lighthouse Charter School has modified policies to prioritize accessibility glitches to ensure they are remedied with the same level of priority as any other equivalent loss of website function.
Capital City Lighthouse Charter School will utilize a knowledgeable website accessibility consultant responsible for conducting annual website accessibility evaluations.
Adobe Acrobat is required to view and print PDF documents that appear on this website. To download this program for free, visit the Adobe website. To read PDF documents with a screen reader, please refer to the Access Adobe website, which provides useful tools and resources.
Here you will find the links to all applets, plug-ins, or other applications required by our webpages.
Adobe Acrobat—Use Adobe Acrobat to read Portable Document Format (PDF) files.
MS Office—Microsoft offers file viewer and converter programs to enable those without MS-Word, MS-Excel, or MS-PowerPoint to open and view these files.
We do not endorse any of these products and list them as a convenience for our visitors.