Reading Success Plan (RSP) Resources

Reading Success Plans
  • Frequently Asked Questions for Parents

    • How did my child qualify for an RSP?

      • All students took the iReady assessment in September. They were also given a fluency task in a one on one setting with their teacher. 

      • A combination of iReady scores, Lexile level, and fluency task scores were used to determine if an RSP was needed. 

    • Who will be involved in creating my child’s RSP?

      • The Classroom teacher, Admin, and Reading Interventionists will work together to create a personalized plan for your child and will have it ready to share at parent-teacher conferences at the end of October.

    • What can I do to help my child now? There is a lot of time between now and conferences. 

      • There are RSP resources for parents on the district website, listed above.

    • How long will my child have this plan?

      • This will be an ongoing plan for the entire school year. We will monitor progress every 3 weeks to check your child’s growth. 

      • If a student reaches their learning goals, it is possible for them to exit their reading plan. However, they may only exit their RSP if their progress monitoring assessments show that they have mastered those skills and their Spring Diagnostic proves this mastery.

    • Does this mean my child will be getting Reading Intervention Services? 

      • Not necessarily. Some kids may qualify, but an RSP does not guarantee reading intervention. The student’s reading success plan will be fulfilled by the classroom teacher unless otherwise informed.  

    • Does this mean my child has dyslexia?

      • Not necessarily. Qualifying for an RSP does not automatically mean your child is flagged for dyslexia. Part of the iReady screener is flagging characteristics that can be similar to dyslexia, however it can not diagnose dyslexia. 

      • If your child is flagged for dyslexia through the iReady screener, that does not mean they definitely have dyslexia. We can not diagnose dyslexia, we can only identify characteristics that can be parallel to characteristics of dyslexia.