LAREDO, Texas (KGNS) - As the school year comes to an end, LISD is already getting ready for the next school year.
The district currently has a total of ten trained teachers in their dyslexia program who travel from two to three campuses every day.
The Laredo Independent School District will be adding more staff to its dyslexia program to continue meeting the needs of students.
Two of the teachers in LISD’s Dyslexia program are set to retire, so the district will be adding five new teachers trained to teach students with dyslexia.
Right now there are over 400 students with dyslexia enrolled at LISD.
The district currently has a total of ten trained teachers within the program who travel between two to three campuses a day.
The majority of kids with dyslexia are in LISD’s elementary schools, currently 20 are in the district, four in their middle school and four in their high schools.
LISD is currently looking at the budget to make arrangements for the new hires. The new staff will be full trained before the next school year.