Midlothian ISD teachers have received extensive training in an alphabetic multi-sensory program and provide curriculum for the students. Dyslexia support services are provided on all district campuses K-12.
As defined in Texas Education Code Section: 38.003 (1) “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.
Dyslexia Handbook Update
On September 3rd, 2021, the State Board of Education (SBOE) gave final approval for updates to the Dyslexia Handbook. Some of the updates to the Dyslexia Handbook may require LEAs to make policy, procedure, and practice changes. The updated Dyslexia Handbook will go into effect on February 10th, 2022.
The handbook contains guidelines for school districts to follow as they identify and provide services for students with dyslexia. In addition, information regarding the state's dyslexia statutes and their relation to various federal laws is included.
Spanish Version of Dyslexia Handbook
Dyslexia Handbook Updates
Actualizaciones del manual de dislexia
Executive Director for Specialized Learning
Director for Specialized Learning
T.E. Baxter Elementary
Nichole Terry & Jennifer Vlach
Jean Coleman Elementary
J.R. Irvin Elementary
Janice Hansen & Adrienne Mitchell
Kelly Prindle & Kim Brown
Dolores W. McClatchey Elementary
Martha King & Mary Garcia
LaRue Miller Elementary
Brittany Donahue & Jill Aldridge
Mt. Peak Elementary
Allison Garippa & Elisabeth Pearson
J.A. Vitovsky Elementary
Lynda McNeill & Amanda Mehringer
Walnut Grove Middle School
Frank Seale Middle School
Dieterich Middle School
Heritage High School
Midlothian High School