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Accessibility Statement

ϲ is committed to providing websites that are accessible to all, regardless of technology or ability.

This website strives to comply with best practices and standards as defined by Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act and level AA of the . These guidelines explain how to make web content more accessible for people with disabilities. Conformance with these guidelines will help make the web more user-friendly for all. Any issues should be reported to web_master@roundrockisd.org.

All ϲ site pages can be checked with a W3C compliant validation product, currently ??to monitor compliancy to WCAG guidelines.

We will continue to monitor ϲ websites to make sure that all content is accessible to all visitors. We will also continue to work to improve our accessibility standards.

Accessibility Features

ϲ sites includes the following accessibility features:

  • Skip to content
  • Alternative text detail for images (in progress for pre-2016 images)
  • Allow modules such as?Toggle?&?Accordion?to be focusable with keyboard navigation. Hitting enter will open/close when focused.
  • Add an outline to focused elements when navigation with the keyboard. ( was chosen as the global outline for all district and campus sites based on its colorblind usability data)
  • Add appropriate ARIA attributes across elements & modules.
  • Captioned videos (as of July 2017)
  • Known accessibility issues include lack of meaningful links and lack of alternative text to convey words embedded on images

We are currently working to fix the following issues:

  • Meaningful links
  • New text content is added to the site using appropriate structural markup. We are reviewing older content and continuously working to make it compliant.
  • New videos are added with captions and/or transcripts.
  • Images added to the site prior to October 2016 may lack alternative text
  • Color contrast issues with text and other web elements

ADA for Google Sites

Accessible PDFs

If you have issues viewing an accessible version of a PDF in a browser, right-click the PDF to “save target” to your computer, then open the downloaded PDF in the latest Acrobat Reader or Acrobat Professional. Other reader versions or software may not be accessible.

 

Accessibility Resources

We’ve put together some tips for website editors to follow when adding content to the ϲ website on the Accessibility Resources page.

Accessibility Issues? Let us know.

If you have accessibility concerns or issues accessing content on our website, fill out our accessibility form.