The services to families and students provided by the Scottish Rite Learning Center of South Texas are made possible by the generous support of the Scottish Rite organization.

 

We are guided by our Board of Directors who donate their time to focus our efforts and resources to gain the best outcomes for those we serve.

Scottish Rite Learning Center of South Texas

Board of Directors and Offices

Robert Park

Robert Park

Secretary

2906 Sir Phillip Dr., SAT 78209
512-750-4904 rpark@ufbwlaw

William D. Jones

William D. Jones

Member

12774 Lavernia Rd., Saint Hedwig TX 78152
210-2193381 wdjones@swbell.net

Jack K. Walters

Jack K. Walters

Member

230 Sunset Rd.,#1116 SAT 78209
210-867-6755 jwaltersjr@satx.rr.com

Oscar Flores

Oscar Flores

Chairman

314 Chloe Heights, SAT 78253
210-844-2452 o.flores4@yahoo.com

Jaime Garza

Jaime Garza

Treasurer

210-241-9971 treasurer@sanantonioscottishrite.com

John R. Dunn

John R. Dunn

Member

708 N. Adam St., Beeville TX 78266
361-362-3896 dunnjmb@hotmail.com

William Gerhardt

William Gerhardt

President

3102 Old Elm Way, SAT 78230
281-686-0828 william.gerhardt@rsmus.com

Thomas Leveret

Thomas Leveret

Member

La Noche St. SAT 78233
210-617-8977 tom@inlfinancialgroup.com

Edward O’Banion

Edward O’Banion

Member

2102 Santa Anna, SAT 78201
210-845-6322 erdcobanion@sbcglobal.net

Pam Prince

MEd, LDT, CALT-QI

Our Staff

Janet Flory

Director

MA, LDT, CALT-QI

Stacy Greene

MA, LDT, CALT-QI

Kathlene Pruitt

MA, LDT, CALT-QI (IN-TRAINING)

Maria Torres

Bilingual Dyslexia Therapist, MEd., CALT, LDT

Patricia Gutierrez

MEd, LDT, CALT-QI in training

Our History

The Scottish Rite Learning Center of South Texas is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 1984 to provide dyslexia therapy services to children with dyslexia. The Center also provided education to teachers as well as support for children with dyslexia and their families.

Our role expanded over time to provide graduate level professional development of teachers. In many cases this leads teachers to achieve certification as a Certified Academic Language Therapist. Our outreach has also led to many becoming qualified instructors to expand dyslexia therapy opportunities to a wider area of our region.