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MayDell Jenks Elementary

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DYSLEXIA

The Parent & Educator Dysle​xia Canvas Course provided by Katy ISD is designed to provide parents, educators, and community members with resources to explore dyslexia: its characteristics, risk factors, understanding dyslexia assessments and identification process. ​

The purpose of the Dyslexia Handbook is to provide procedures for school districts, charter schools, campuses, teachers, students, and parents/guardians in early identification of, instruction for, and accommodations for students with dyslexia. This handbook will be used by districts and charter schools as they develop their written procedures regarding students with dyslexia. It will also serve as a resource for educator preparation programs and other entities seeking guidance in serving students with dyslexia.



​CHILD FIND NOTICE

It is Katy ISD's responsibility to identify and evaluate students who within the intent of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 need special services or programs in order that such students may receive the required free appropriate education.

A student who may need specialized instruction or programs within the intent of Section 504 is one who:

·       has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more of life's major activities; or

·       has a record of such impairment; or

·       is regarded as having such an impairment.

Students may be eligible under the provisions of Section 504 even though they do not require services pursuant to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Parents who believe that they have a child who may qualify for special services or programs under Section 504 should contact Linda Padron-Beech, Andrea Purcell, or Melyssa Young, the campus 504 coordinators for MayDell Jenks Elementary.


 

Linda Padron-Beech- Grades K, 2, and Bilingual ECSE and Pre-K
Andrea Purcell- Grades 1 and 4
​Melyssa Young- Grades 3, 5, and ECSE and Pre-K

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Es responsabilidad de Katy ISD identificar y evaluar a los estudiantes quienes dentro de la intención de la Sección 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973 necesitan servicios o programas especiales para que tales estudiantes puedan recibir la educación apropiada y gratuita requerida.

Un estudiante que necesite instrucción especializada o programas dentro de la intención de la Sección 504 es aquel que:

·       tiene un impedimento físico o mental que limita sustancialmente una o más de las principales actividades de la vida; o

·       tiene un registro de tal impedimento; o

·       se considera que tiene tal impedimento.

Los estudiantes pueden ser elegibles bajo las provisiones de la Sección 504 aun cuando no requieran servicios de acuerdo con la Ley de Educación de Individuos con Discapacidades. Los padres que consideren que tienen un hijo que puede calificar para servicios especiales o programas bajo la Sección 504 deben comunicarse con Linda Padron-Beech, Andrea Purcell, o Melyssa Young, quienes son las coordinadoras en la primaria MayDell Jenks.

 

Linda Padrón-Beech- Grados K, 2 y Bilingual ECSE y Pre-K
​Andrea Purcell- Grados 1 y 4
Melyssa Young - Grados 3, 5 y ECSE y Pre-K



 
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​ELA:

​​​Reading Level Guides for Parents​

Click on your child's reading level below.  Each link will give you access to a guide you can use to support your student while reading together at home.

Kindergarten: A-D​​

Level ALevel BLevel CLevel D

​​​First Grade: D-J

Level DLevel ELevel FLevel GLevel HLevel ILevel J

​​Second Grade: J-M

Level JLevel KLevel LLevel M

​​Third Grade: M-P

Level MLevel NLevel OLevel P

​​Fourth Grade: P-S

Level PLevel QLevel RLevel S

​​Fifth Grade: S-V

Level SLevel TLevel ULevel V
 

 

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