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Literacy Screening

Literacy Screening seeks information to support all students. Wenatchee School District will screen students in Grades K-2 for weaknesses in literacy skill(s) development that may be associated with dyslexia. 

All children, including those with dyslexia, have talents, interests, and strengths. All children should be encouraged, and we can use those strengths to advance their learning. Children with dyslexia may have strong verbal and thinking skills, such as:

  • Creative, outside-of-the box problem-solving skills
  • Listening skills
  • Imagination and curiosity skills
  • Recognizing patterns
  • Building, assembling, and working with objects
  • Athletic, artistic, or musical skills

With appropriate instruction and supports, a child with dyslexia can learn to read and write. Beneficial instruction is clear and aligned with evidence-based standards. This webpage includes description of district services including supports for parents and students, and a Common Struggle area by age/grade levels (Pre-K, Early School Years, Later School Years).

This page was last reviewed on February 29, 2024. Please contact Karen Allen with comments.

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