After School Academics & Arts Program does not discriminate and we believe that all can benefit from an educational experience. In reality, due to limited financial resources, we are not able to effectively provide appropriate educational programs for all students. Some students require certain educational program modifications and resources that we are not able to provide within our schools. The law recognizes this in the fact that, while public schools must make a “reasonable accommodation” to educate all students, we are called upon to make ONLY “minor adjustments.” Provided that your child is otherwise qualified for admission, if the required program modification constitutes “minor adjustments,” the child may be admitted. However, if more than “minor adjustments” are needed, then the child would be better served by an institution equipped to serve that particular need. ANY TIME IT BECOMES APARENT THAT THE CHILD REQUIRES MORE THAN “MINOR ADJUSTMENTS” TO BE EFFECTIVELY SERVED, THE SCHOOL RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE THIS KNOWN TO THE PARENTS ALONG WITH THE FACT THAT THE CHILD’S NEEDS WOULD BE BETTER SERVED ELSEWHERE.