Documents and Reports
- Multi-year Accessibility Plan 2012-2017
- Accessibility Policy Statement
- AODA Certified Compliance Report
- Integrated Accessibility Regulation Compliance Report – August, 2013
- Information & Communication Accessibility Standard
- Employment Accessibility Standard
- Student Transportation Accessibility Standard
- Accessible Customer Service Compliance Report – March, 2010
- Accessible Customer Service Policy & Procedures
- Accessibility Feedback Form
Web Site Accessibility
WCDSB is working towards an accessible web site that balances functionality and design. We are following the The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). http://www.w3.org/WAI/. Every effort has been made to follow the Web Content Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) to the Priority Level AA. If you are experiencing difficulties accessing content within our main web site, please send us an e-mail. email@example.com
PDF Download Information – Adobe Acrobat:
To make publications as freely accessible as possible, most of them have been posted to this site in HTML format – the Web standard and the format immediately readable by all browsers.
Particular documents, especially those that include large images, charts, or forms, have been made available here in Adobe® Acrobat® Portable Document Format (PDF), particularly when the Acrobat PDF version would be faster to download than an HTML document with large graphics. PDF files preserve the look of the printed publication so that when you load an Adobe Acrobat document from this site, you can view and print it in its original layout and design. Unlike HTML, PDF files can be viewed and printed a page at a time with original page numbering.
Recent versions of web browsers include built-in support for Adobe Acrobat files. If your browser doesn’t recognize the Adobe Acrobat format, you can download the free software from the Adobe web site. The reader is available for all popular computer platforms, including Windows®, Macintosh®, OS/2®, UNIX, and Linux.
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Adobe Acrobat Access:
Visit http://access.adobe.com for information on how Adobe Acrobat can help make electronic information more accessible to people with disabilities including but not limited to: blindness, low vision, hearing, or motor impairments.