LHE Dyslexia Newsletter

January Edition

Welcome Back Wildcats!

We hope you had a wonderful winter break filled with family time and relaxation. We are excited for a great spring semester!

Donations of Wipes Welcomed

With the increase in Covid-19 cases we would like to do all that we can to protect your children. This includes wiping desks between each group. We received so many donations at the beginning of the year, but unfortunately our supply is beginning to run low. Thank you in advance for your contributions, it is greatly appreciated.
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Upcoming Dyslexia Events

StandUp for your Super Powers- a StandUp LD Workshop

Saturday, Jan. 22nd, 3-6pm

8004 Dallas Parkway

Frisco, TX

We invite children ages 6-10 with dyscalculia, dyslexia, ADHD and related learning differences to join us for a day about empowerment and finding our superpowers.

Click on the link below for more information:

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All students at LHE are enrolled in the Learning Ally program can participate in Learning Ally’s Great Reading Games, a national reading recognition program. From January 10 - February 28, students participating in the games will try to increase their reading activity through the Learning Ally audiobook app.

Students will be encouraged to read from Learning Ally’s library of more than 80,000 titles, which includes curriculum-aligned texts, literature, popular fiction, and more—all the books your students need to read and the ones they want to read for fun!

Audiobooks can be a powerful resource to help struggling readers become independent learners and stay on track with what their peers are reading. The Great Reading Games allows these students a chance to receive recognition for their reading efforts.

Check the school leaderboard at LearningAlly.org/GreatReadingGames to see if our school is winning and share your support on social media using #GRG22!

Happy reading!

Learning Ally Login Instructions

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Nobody can fully appreciate what it’s like to be a student with dyslexia as well as another student with dyslexia. Here are some strategies The Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity compiled from conversations with the real experts — dyslexic kids with papers due, tests next week and books to read. Click on the link to learn more about these topics.

Use time wisely

Embrace simple tools

Make the most of technology

Ask for help

Embrace the power of dyslexia

LHE Dyslexia Webpage

We are beginning to build our dyslexia webpage. It can be found on the LHE webpage under Campus Services. We will begin by posting all newsletters on the page. Click on this link to visit the page.
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Have a Question Related to Dyslexia at LHE?

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Contact Your LHE Dyslexia Teachers and Therapists