This is also my first year as a Resource teacher, but I've had some extensive reading training over last summer and several occasions this year. Sounds like you're trying a lot of stuff, but you probably need to stick with one research-based program that addresses reading disabilities. I use Corrective Reading by SRA with my student who sounds identical to yours and have seen some solid growth.
If her phonics are not automatic, you should start there, because phonemic awareness is the basis for all reading. I have a book, highly recommended by the the experts on dyslexia around here (NC), called Recipe for Reading by Nina Traub that takes you step-by-step through the reading process. Also, the Florida Center for Reading Research (www.fcrr.org
) has FREE resources (full curriculums) on their website for Phonemic Awareness, Fluency, etc. sorted by grade levels. It's a tremendous resource.
Also, there are workbooks for practice of phonics called Explode the Code or there are workbooks that go along with Recipe for Reading. There's also the Workbook for Dyslexics, also consumable, it costs about $25 on Amazon.
If the public school district around your school is offering Foundations for Reading training, I highly recommend it. It's required of all Resource teachers here, and it changed my life, honestly.
Here's a link to the National Reading Panel and they can link you to a lot of research-based programs. http://www.nationalreadingpanel.org