parent conference concerning dyslexia

Posted: August 11, 2014

For parents of children with dyslexia, it is difficult to watch their child struggle to do what others may take for granted. In recent years, research – as well as mainstream media – has started to highlight the challenges faced by those with dyslexia and how some of the challenges of having this disability can build strengths that allow individuals to make outstanding contributions to various fields. This one-day conference of phenomenal speakers will highlight the most current research on dyslexia, provide practical tips and information on §504, and celebrate the promising future of those with dyslexia. Download flyer




Midlothian ISD strives to provide appropriate programs for all students. The principle upon which the programs are established can be stated thusly:

"Each student is entitled to educational opportunities appropriate with individual abilities and needs."

MISD provides facilities, personnel and supportive services to aid students in learning at the pace and in the manner most appropriate with their capabilities.

Dedicated educators continually strive to plan, establish and implement special education programs which meet the needs of the growing community. As the needs of the population change, MISD modifies programs to meet student needs.


Athletes with Special Needs

Contact Person: Austin Young, Email

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Notice of Procedural Safeguards (Spanish)

Persons with Disabilities History and Awareness Month (Spanish)


Parents of Athletes with Special needs (P.A.W.S.) Booster Club






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