Students with dyslexia often read at a level far behind their peers. Our staff acts as a support system for students who feel discouraged by their difficulties in school.
Dyslexia is a learning difference that affects how the brain processes sound, making it difficult to read, write, and spell accurately.
Students receive structured literacy guidance through one-on-one tutoring. We also have an audiobook discussion group that teaches comprehension, vocabulary, and content knowledge.
Middle Tree is part of a greater community helping various organizations to provide our parents and students a network of ongoing support.
We show students with reading differences that they can still enjoy books through audio learning tools and other resources.
Many students with dyslexia rely on memorizing words when learning how to read. But our specialized tutoring helps students to break apart any unknown word.
Parents and educators who help children to embrace dyslexia often find that their child's confidence and performance improves exponentially in school.
Middle Tree is an impassioned advocate for removing the stigma of learning disabilities.
Those with dyslexia are often incredibly strong in other areas, including problem-solving, comprehension, big-picture thinking, empathy, and critical-thinking.
Our staff regularly reports to parents and school districts regarding a student's progress and their individual needs.