BUSINESS AND NONINSTRUCTIONAL OPERATIONS
TRANSPORTATION FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
The Governing Board shall ensure that appropriate transportation services are provided for students with disabilities as specified in their individualized education program (IEP) or accommodation plan. The District shall make home-to-school transportation available for students at no cost to parents/guardians as specified in the student’s IEP.
The Superintendent or designee shall establish criteria and procedures for determining the most appropriate mode of transportation for an individual student based on identified needs as determined in the IEP or accommodation plan.
The Superintendent or designee shall arrange transportation schedules so that students with disabilities do not spend an excessive amount of time on buses compared to other students. Arrivals and departures shall not reduce the length of the school day for these students except as may be prescribed on an individual basis.
The Superintendent or designee shall establish procedures to ensure compatibility between mobile seating devices and bus securement systems.
38028 Payment of transportation cost
38057 Guide dogs, signal dogs and service dogs on bus
41850-41854 Allowances for transportation
48209-48209.16 Alternative interdistrict attendance program
48915.5 Expulsion of students with exceptional needs
56195.8 Adoption of policies
56327 Assessment for special education and related services
56345 Individualized education program
56366 Nonpublic nonsectarian schools or agencies
56366.1 Waiver of requirements under section 56365 and 56366
Code of Regulations, Title 5
15243 Physically handicapped minors
United States Code, Title 20
1400-1491 Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
United States Code, Title 29
794 Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 34
104.4 Equal opportunity under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 504
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 49
571.222 Federal requirements for bus securement systems
First Reading: 11/8/00
Governing Board Adoption: 1/17/01