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Downey Adult School – Career & Education Center is committed to providing access to facilities and reasonable accommodations in compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the American Disabilities Act of 1990.

Students with limitations due to a disability may receive support services and instruction from Disabled Student Programs and Services. Those students with mobility, visual, hearing, speech, psychological and other health impairments as well as learning and developmental disabilities are served.

For more information or an appointment, please contact
Brian Ofner (562) 940-6204 bofner@dusd.net

How to apply to DAS DSPS

Students who would like to receive support from Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS) should complete the following steps:
 

  1. Complete the DAS NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION if you are enrolling in one of the CTE programs offered. Meet with DAS counselor if you are enrolling in a class (non-CTE program).
  2. Complete the DSPS NEW STUDENT APPLICATION.
  3. Obtain DISABILITY DOCUMENTATION.
  4. Bring your NEW STUDENT SELF-REPORT and DISABILITY DOCUMENTATION to the counseling center at DAS.

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The Downey Adult School Career and Education Center, an institution of higher education, provides high-quality, relevant, and accessible programs for adults in a variety of areas.
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June 3 - June 18
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Friday CLOSED


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