Dyslexia

Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that is neurological in origin. It is described by difficulties in accurate and/or fluent word recognition, poor spelling, and decoding abilities. These difficulties are a result of a deficit in the phonological component of language.

Lakeside School District students in grades (K-2) are screened using the DIBELS Next and the Rapid Naming. Students in grades (3-12) with teacher recommendation are screened for dyslexia. This screener will show the students that will be placed in a Tier 1, Tier 2, or Tier 3 intervention group . We provide interventions to the bottom 20% of our students per grade level in K-2. The students in the Tier 3 interventions are screened using the C-TOPP 2 screener. This screener will show which students have the characteristics of dyslexia. We gather additional data on each student from different sources before making the decision to place a student in the dyslexia class.

Lakeside Elementary 2017-2018

Lakeside School District: Act 1039 of 2017 Reporting By the School District (Ark. Code Ann. § 6-41-606 (b)) Dyslexia Program During the 2017-2018 school year, Lakeside School District used the evidenced-based program Take Flight for Dyslexia Intervention Program in small group intervention to address the deficit areas of students identified as exhibiting the characteristics of dyslexia. Number of Students Who Received Dyslexia Intervention During the 2017-2018 school year, 0 students attending Lakeside Public School District received dyslexia intervention services from a trained dyslexia interventionist. Total Number of Students Identified as Exhibiting the Characteristics of Dyslexia During the 2017-2018 school year, 8 students attending Lakeside Public School District were identified as exhibiting the characteristics of dyslexia.

Lakeside Elementary 2018-2019

Lakeside School District: Act 1039 of 2017 Reporting By the School District (Ark. Code Ann. § 6-41-606 (b)) Dyslexia Program During the 2017-2018 school year, Lakeside School District used the evidenced-based program Take Flight for Dyslexia Intervention Program in small group intervention to address the deficit areas of students identified as exhibiting the characteristics of dyslexia. Number of Students Who Received Dyslexia Intervention During the 2017-2018 school year, 0 students attending Lakeside Public School District received dyslexia intervention services from a trained dyslexia interventionist. Total Number of Students Identified as Exhibiting the Characteristics of Dyslexia During the 2017-2018 school year, 8 students attending Lakeside Public School District were identified as exhibiting the characteristics of dyslexia.

Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that is neurological in origin. It is described by difficulties in accurate and/or fluent word recognition, poor spelling, and decoding abilities. These difficulties are a result of a deficit in the phonological component of language.

Eudora Elementary students in grades (K-2) are screened using the DIBELS Next and the Rapid Naming. Students in grades (3-12) with teacher recommendation are screened for dyslexia. This screener will show the students that will be placed in a Tier 1, Tier 2, or Tier 3 intervention group . We provide interventions to the bottom 20% of our students per grade level in K-2. The students in the Tier 3 interventions are screened using the C-TOPP 2 screener. This screener will show which students have the characteristics of dyslexia. We gather additional data on each student from different sources before making the decision to place a student in the dyslexia class.

Eudora Elementary 2017-2018

Lakeside School District / Eudora Elementary School: Act 1039 of 2017 Reporting By the School District (Ark. Code Ann. § 6-41-606 (b)) Dyslexia Program During the 2017-2018 school year, Lakeside/Eudora School District used the evidenced-based program Take Flight for Dyslexia Intervention Program in small group intervention to address the deficit areas of students identified as exhibiting the characteristics of dyslexia. Number of Students Who Received Dyslexia Intervention During the 2017-2018 school year, 0 students attending Lakeside/Eudora Public School District received dyslexia intervention services from a trained dyslexia interventionist. Total Number of Students Identified as Exhibiting the Characteristics of Dyslexia During the 2017-2018 school year, 0 students attending Lakeside/Eudora Public School District were identified as exhibiting the characteristics of dyslexia.

Eudora Elementary 2018-2019

Lakeside School District / Eudora Elementary School: Act 1039 of 2017 Reporting By the School District (Ark. Code Ann. § 6-41-606 (b)) Dyslexia Program During the 2018-2019 school year, Lakeside/Eudora School District used the evidenced-based program Take Flight for Dyslexia Intervention Program in small group intervention to address the deficit areas of students identified as exhibiting the characteristics of dyslexia. Number of Students Who Received Dyslexia Intervention During the 2018-2019 school year, 0 students attending Lakeside/Eudora Public School District received dyslexia intervention services from a trained dyslexia interventionist. Total Number of Students Identified as Exhibiting the Characteristics of Dyslexia During the 2018-2019 school year, 1 students attending Lakeside/Eudora Public School District were identified as exhibiting the characteristics of dyslexia.