Website Accessibility and How to Report Issues



    Stockton Unified School District (SUSD) is committed to providing information through its website to all members of the public, including those with disabilities.

    Some users with or without disabilities may not be able to see, hear, or process some types of information; may have difficulty reading or understanding some text, or may not be able to use a keyboard or mouse. Website design and compatibility with website readers and other technology can make the information on the website more accessible to everyone.

    SUSD continues to review and update its website to ensure compliance with current and future standards.

    Most of the information provided on is in HTML format. Longer documents are sometimes provided in PDF format. Additional resources to read a PDF document are available through Adobe Systems at its Accessibility Resource Center.

    Third Party Content

    We occasionally rely on third-party content and have no control over the accessibility of that content. Please contact us if you have trouble accessing third party content and we will provide you with alternative versions of the content.


    If you experience difficulty accessing content on our website, please contact Justin Swenson in the Community Relations department at He will work with you to resolve the issue or provide the information in an alternative format.