Free Reading Screenings

The ability to read is one of the most important predictors of academic success. Children with reading problems are at risk for setting a pattern of experiencing failure in school. Early identification can significantly reduce this risk.
Why and when should we screen?
  • Students can be screened reliably before they ever begin reading
  • Earlier intervention is more effective—starting intervention as early as kindergarten or first grade will yield the greatest success
  • Studies show that with early and intensive intervention, up to 92% of at-risk children can be on grade level for reading
  • Early screening benefits every child, not just children with dyslexia

Screenings are available at no charge to children in pre-kindergarten to 3rd grade (approximately 5–9 years old). Each screening and feedback session with parents takes 60 minutes.

Reading Screening Dates:

Wednesday, June 9, 2020 (screenings are being done virtually at this time)