Each campus within the Lewisville ISD provides services to students who have been identified as having dyslexia or related disorders. LISD will provide instructional strategies and assessments in Spanish and English as appropriate to students identified as having dyslexia or related disorders in a special program to remediate their learning differences and provide them with opportunities to develop skills necessary to succeed on grade level. Staff will also provide instructional and compliance support for campus personnel working with students with dyslexia or related disorders, as well as, provide expertise on literacy interventions in addition to dyslexia. Knowledgeable staff will serve on the RTI/504 committee to follow student progress and make recommendations for student interventions and remediation. Staff will provide literacy interventions to students that are in Tier III, Tier II, and Tier I as appropriate. Assessments will be administered to track student progress and review assessment data with all stakeholders.
Digital books websites can be useful. Individuals with dyslexia are eligible to obtain digital books, including digital textbooks. In some cases, verification of disability is required.
Taking better Notes
- Quicklyst - This website provides an organizational process for taking notes in an outline format.
Dictionary and Vocabulary
- WordSmyth - This website provides a traditional look and feel to an online dictionary
First Words(Deluxe): Spelling & Learning Game For Kids
Suggested Reading for Students
Adam Zigzag by Barbara Berrie (1995)
Close to Famous by Joan Bauer (2012)
Eleven by Patricia Reilly Giff (2009)
How Dyslexic Benny Became a Star: A Story of Hope for Dyslexic Children and Their Parents by Joe Griffith (1997)
I Have Dyslexia. What does that mean? by Shelley Ball-Dannenberg (2009)
It's Called Dyslexia (Live and Learn Series) by Jennifer Moore-Mallinos (2007)
Knees: The mixed up world of a boy with dyslexia by Vanita Oelschlager (2012)
My Name is Brain Brian by Jeanne Betancourt (1995)
Thank You, Mr. Falker by Patricia Polacco (2012)
The Alphabet War: A Story about Dyslexia by Diane Burton Robb and Gail Piazza (2004)
The Hank Zipzer series by Henry Winkler (2004-2009)
The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 1) by Rick Riordan (2006)