Welcome to the Dyslexia Parents Group of Lexington
Is your child struggling in school with any of the following?
Reading, comprehension and/or writing
Processing and comprehending what they're hearing
Expressing themselves clearly
These are all possible symptoms of Dyslexia. _________________________________________________________________________
December Dyslexia Parents Group Meeting: Meeting with Dr. Julie Hackett, Superintendent of Lexington Public Schools and Lexington School Committee members Kate Colburn and Scott Bokun
Date: Monday, December 2nd, 2019 Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Place: Conference Room, Central Office, 146 Maple Street
Please join us for a conversation to share our experiences as parents/guardians of children with dyslexia in Lexington Public Schools. We are interested in hearing your thoughtful and constructive feedback on:
What is working well and not working well for you child?
How can your child be better supported?
What specific suggestions and requests do you have to improve instructional methods, curriculum and accommodations in reading, writing and math in Lexington Public Schools for our struggling learners?
Lexington Public Schools has put out a draft of their proposed 10 Year Strategic Plan which includes (1) addressing and narrowing equity gaps; (2) redefining success; (3) cultivating student agency; and (4) innovating for sustainable change. Please read over this proposed plan, and come with comments and suggestions on how to narrow the equity gaps and provide better access and inclusion for struggling learners with dyslexia in Lexington Public Schools. Specific pages that pertain to this are found on pages 7-9. Questions or Comments? email@example.com