CISD Dyslexia Services


  • The most common CISD services offered are:

    • Language Science Dyslexia Therapy Program
    • Regular classroom with 504 accommodations
    • Special Education

    Within Carroll ISD, the definitive decision in determining whether or not a student meets the district’s dyslexia/related eligibility criteria is made by the 504 or ARD/IEP Committee. Each student will receive all programs/services and/or accommodations/modifications as delineated in his or her 504 Plan (IAP) or Individual Education Plan (IEP).

    Dyslexia Therapy

    The Carroll ISD Language Science Dyslexia Program is an Orton-Gillingham based explicit, intensive, multi-sensory program available at all campuses, beginning with phonemic/phonological skills in kindergarten and first grade and tailored to meet individual needs. 

    Language Science Class Components

    Objectives:

    • Provide students with a better understanding of the language structure by breaking words into parts according to their letter/letter clusters (graphemes), speech sounds (phonemes), meaningful units (morphemes), and syllable types or patterns.
    • Teach the probable pronunciations and predictable patterns of words.
    • Build fluent readers who have the ability to read accurately, quickly, and expressively with good phrasing, and good comprehension.
    • Improve spelling by teaching the rules that most often apply to words according to the situation in which the word is being used.
    • Build student confidence as a reader.

    Components:

    • Alphabetic Principle
    • Phonemic Awareness
    • Phonics
    • Vocabaulary
    • Fluency
    • Comprehension
    • Writing
    • Spelling

    Curriculum:

    • Preflight
    • Texas Scottish Rite Hospital: Take Flight
    • Read Naturally
    • Word Workout
    • Project Read: Written Expression
    • Reading Plus
    • Multi-sensory grammar

    We strive to create open communication and collaboration between the parents, students and district.