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Literacy Screener

If you received a letter or communication about your child's reading level and noticed that your child will be receiving additional support in reading, or information about dyslexia - please don't panic.  Our school district is following a new early literacy law designed to help students early, before reading difficulties grow into bigger problems.  Please read below to learn more and address frequently asked questions.

Understanding the Early Literacy Screening Process: Parents and Families

Beginning in the 2021-22 school year, Washington State requires each school district to screen students in Grades K-2 for weaknesses in literacy skill development that may be associated with dyslexia.  ISD is assessing all students grades K-5.

Click here for information on Literacy Screening and Dyslexia from OSPI

Click here for the OSPI Screening and Dyslexia Resources page with information for educator and for families, in multiple languages.

Related Information:

Click here for information on Student Learning Plans that may result from Early Literacy Screening

Click here for more about Early Literacy & Dyslexia

 

Early Literacy Screener Frequently Asked Questions