Lisa: My son is 16 and has a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder, GAD, ADD, Panic Disorder, Depression, and has substantial deficit in working memory. I provided the school with all reports, evaluations, letters, etc… from his doctors and therapist so that he could be given accommodations under a 504 plan. We had an ARD meeting with almost no notice to be prepared. After the meeting we received an email copy of the minutes. When if any of the accommodations we provided would be considered or included in the 504, we were told “he doesn’t need any of those because his grades are good.” There was no evaluation done by the district. Can we be denied a 504 solely based on the fact that my son makes good grades?