Not all children learn to read, write, and spell in the same ways. Despite conventional and appropriate classroom intervention, some students continue to struggle in these areas. Some of these students may have a reading disability known as dyslexia. Students who exhibit characteristics of dyslexia may need an intervention program to help them be successful in school. Iowa Park ISD offers a dyslexia program on each campus for students who meet eligibility criteria. Students will be served by a trained dyslexia therapist (CALT) or a teacher trained in the program on their campus which includes the components of phonemic awareness, sound-symbol association, orthography, morphology, syntax, reading comprehension, and reading fluency. Students identified as showing signs of dyslexia will be given support and appropriate instructional interventions in order to be successful in their academic career.
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*Our MISSION: Every student with dyslexia, through intervention and support, will become a life-long learner and thrive in their academic and professional life.