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Web Accessibility

Northville Public Schools recognizes the importance of ensuring accessibility of its website to students, prospective students, employees and the District's guest with disabilities. We are committed to ensuring that those with disabilities are able to acquire the same information, engage in the same interactions and enjoy the same benefits and services with equivalent ease of use.

Website Accessibility Policy

The Website Accessibility Policy defines the standards used and process to ensure compliance. Please review our full Website Accessibility Policy for more detailed information.

Website Accessibility Overview for Northville Public Schools

Web Accessibility Compliance Standards

Northville Public Schools adheres to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 at the AA conformance level to review, assess and implement compliance.

Accessibility Coordinators and Training

The Website Accessibility Coordinators are responsible for the coordination and implementation of the Website Accessibility Policy and all other requirements relating to accessibility of the District's website. Coordinators ensure that web design, documents and multimedia content are accessible and ongoing training, including the training of any staff the maintain website content.
Andrew Piazza
Director of Technology and Instructional Integration
(248) 344-3680
Judy Huggins
Security Technology and Facility Use Specialist
(248) 344-3680

Accessibility Complaints

Students, prospective students, employees and the District's guests with disabilities may report violations of the technical standards used by the District, file a formal complaint through the District's Section 504 and Title II grievance procedure, and/or contact the Web Accessibility Coordinators with any accessibility concerns. 
Complaints can be made in writing or via email to:
Beth Santer
Director of Special Services
405 West Main Street
Northville, MI 48167
(248) 344-3530
Complaint should include the following:
  • Name of complainant
  • Contact information of complainant (phone and email)
  • Date of complaint
  • Description of problem encountered
  • Web address or location of the problem
  • Solution desired
The Website Accessibility Coordinators shall contact the complainant within five (5) business days, following the Website Accessibility Policy guidelines regarding complaints.