Escondido Union High School District (EUHSD) is committed to be in compliance with the federal standard for website accessibility. Section 508, an amendment to the United States Workforce Rehabilitation Act of 1973, is a federal law mandating that all electronic and information technology developed, procured, maintained, or used by the federal government be accessible to people with disabilities.
EUHSD is committed to providing access to all individuals, with or without disabilities, seeking information on our website. EUHSD, in evaluating and planning for accessibility, will comply with the standards of the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level AA and the Web Accessibility Initiative Accessible Rich Internet Applications Suite (WAI-ARIA) 1.0 for web-based content.
If, because of a disability, you are unable to access content on Escondido Union High School District’s website, have questions about the accessibility of content or technology used by EUHSD, and/or would like to report barriers to accessing any technology used by EUHSD, including this website, please email Bobby Lafaye at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Screen Reader Resources
The following links are available tools supporting blind and visually impaired computer readers:
JAWS, Job Access With Speech, is the world’s most popular screen reader, developed for computer users whose vision loss prevents them from seeing screen content or navigating with a mouse. JAWS provides speech and Braille output for the most popular computer applications on your PC.
NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access)
NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access) is a free “screen reader” which enables blind and vision impaired people to use computers.
WebAnywhere is a non-visual interface to the web that requires no new software to be downloaded or installed. It works right in the browser, which means you can access it from any computer, even locked-down public computer terminals.WebAnywhere enables you to interact with the web in a similar way to how you may have used other screen readers, such as JAWS or Window-Eyes, before.