At International Leadership of Texas, students are our #1 priority. In addition to our district mission, we strive to ensure the physical health and safety of the children entrusted to us as well as the social, emotional, and academic well-being of every student who walks through our doors.
As such, Special Populations encompasses a wide reach- from highly trained counselors, licensed and certified clinic staff, engaging small group dyslexia facilitators, to ensuring protections for students with disabilities, and even encouraging and supporting parental involvement on every campus, we are dedicated to empowering students, family, and staff.
Mary Albritton, Ed.S., LPC
Director of Counseling
972-479-9078 ext: 1055
District Lead Nurse
469-862-4237 ext 2313
If you have any questions regarding Student Services, please contact one of our staff below via phone or email.
College and Higher Education
It’s never too early to plan for a bright future! We have a wealth of resources to help guide you in the right direction!
International Leadership of Texas employs an amazing team of Dyslexia Facilitators who strive to provide the very best reading support services for students with dyslexia. We use the S.P.I.R.E. method and multi-sensory materials to enhance student’s phonemic awareness and skills. If you have concerns and think your child may have dyslexia, speak first to your child’s teacher. He or she can provide greater insight into your child’s unique abilities and strengths. Your grade level counselor can also provide you with additional information regarding the process of evaluation.
To find your child’s counselor, please click on the campus location button above.
We believe that every child has a right to learn in the classroom, regardless of ability.
A 504 plan is a blueprint for how the school will provide supports and remove barriers for a student with a disability, so the student has equal access to the general education curriculum. Some kids with learning and attention issues don’t need special education or individualized instruction. But they might still need supports or services at school. Depending on their challenges, they may be able to get that help through a 504 plan.