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The La Feria ISD serves identified and eligible students with appropriate classroom accommodations and/or, if indicated, placement in the district’s supplemental services dyslexia lab. Labs are provided at each campus. The supplemental services used in this district include Esperanza, Scottish Rite and Scottish Rite Literacy Program, and Learning Ally. These programs are individualized, intensive, utilize multi-sensory teaching methods, contain writing and spelling components and meet the state required descriptors. In addition, the student will be provided appropriate instructional strategies including accommodations/interventions to be utilized throughout the school day that meet the state required descriptors as outlined in TEA‟s The Dyslexia Handbook  - Procedures Concerning Dyslexia and Related Disorders. (Manual Sobre La Dislexia )


The Dyslexia Handbook 

Dyslexia Brochure English 

Dyslexia Brochure Espanol 

Section 504 Coordinator
Should you have any questions regarding 504, please contact Dr. Miriam Guerra, Director of Federal Programs at 797-8340.  For Dyslexia or RTI, please contact Mrs. Annette Pena, Bilingual Director at 797-8340.
Response to Intervention

La Feria Independent School District routinely (1) screens all students and (2) reviews the records of all students to measure their achievement compared to their same grade-level peers and statewide standards.  The La Feria Independent School District believes in providing interventions to students who are not meeting the standards necessary for a successful completion of a high school diploma.  Children are unique with individual learning styles and different responses to the materials used in the classroom.  All children learn at different rates. 

In order to provide the most effective education for ALL children, we believe we must start with providing an effective education for EACH child.  At La Feria Independent School District, we utilize a four (4) tiered approach with varying levels of support beyond that used in the regular curriculum.  This approach is known as the Response to Intervention process.  Response to Intervention uses a problem-solving process to review students’ progress and needs as well as an integrated approach to the delivery of instruction for all students and matching the needs of your child with appropriate interventions.