In addition to the NWEA Maps assessment, we use the CogAT (an aptitude test) in Grades K, 2 and 5 to identify our high ability students. Want to learn more about the CogAT? Watch CogAT Part 1, The Basics.
Each school district is required by the state to form a Broad-Based Planning Committee (BBPC)that includes parent representatives. The role/responsibilities of the BBPC is explained in the High Ability Handbook. If you are interested in membership on the BBPC during the 2012-13 school year, please contact your building principal or Dr. Mitchell.The administrator coordinators for our high ability program at each building level are: