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The Texas Education Code defines dyslexia in the following way: Dyslexia means a disorder of constitutional origin manifested by a difficulty in learning to read, write, or spell, despite conventional instruction, adequate intelligence, and sociocultural opportunity.

MISD Dyslexia Quarterly Newsletter

We hosted a Dyslexia Parent Night in March to provide at-home resources and discuss what's been happening in our elementary and secondary areas. Want a recap? Check out the Empowering Kids, Empowering Parents meeting video: Elementary Parent Night Session   Secondary Parent Night Session

Serving the Student with Dyslexia
Mansfield ISD provides a program for all students with dyslexia. Each student is served by a trained reading specialist on the home campus. The MISD Dyslexia Program includes the components of phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary development, reading fluency, and reading comprehension strategies.

The instructional strategies utilize research-based, explicit, multisensory phonetic methods and a variety of writing and spelling components to meet the specific learning needs of each individual student.

Instruction is organized and presented in a way that follows a logical, sequential plan and proceeds at a rate commensurate with each student’s needs, ability level, and demonstration of progress.

A request for a dyslexia evaluation may be made at any time during or after receiving intervention if the student is not responding to the intervention and demonstrates characteristics of dyslexia.

MISD Reading Specialists Roster

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No two students are alike. Some students, in fact, face unique challenges every day as they attempt to succeed in the classroom. Dyslexia is one of several distinct learning differences that Mansfield ISD constructs a comprehensive plan to combat.

Get In Touch

Staci Buck, Dyslexia Services Coordinator
Address | 1016 Magnolia Street, Mansfield, TX 76063
Phone | 817-299-4389
MISD Reading Specialists