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    Welcome to my website!
    Mrs. Rebekah Davis
    Secondary AIG Specialist
    Graham and Cummings Zones
    Graham:  AIG office is in 142 (Computer Lab)
    Broadview:  Coaches' Office, room 227 
    Email: rebekah_davis@abss.k12.nc.us
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    Graham Phone:  336-570-6460
     Broadview Phone:  336-570-6195


    I am so glad you decided to drop by!  I have information here for students and parents, and hope you will let me know if there is something that you were looking for that you did not find.
    This is my twentieth year (!!) with Alamance-Burlington Schools, and I am very happy to be back at both Broadview and Graham Middle Schools this year!   I have served in Alamance County as a middle school teacher, an AIG nurturing and resource teacher, and now I serve the teachers and students as AIG facilitator.  I will be working with the administration, teachers and students to make sure the needs of our AIG students are being met in the classroom.  


About Me

Mrs. Rebekah Davis

Phone: 336-570-6460


Degrees and Certifications:

BA,Elon College, Middle Grades Education MEd, NC State University, Curriculum and Instruction NC Teacher's Certificate in 6-9 ELA, 6-9 SS, and K-12 AIG

Mrs. Rebekah Davis

I grew up in Asheville, NC and attended Elon University from 1991-1995.  In 2002, I completed my Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction at NCSU.

I have experience teaching AIG students and in implementing our local plan at both the elementary and middle grades levels.  I have proven my leadership skills by presenting professional development sessions locally and on a state level, as well as by serving as a mentor to beginning teachers. 

As a local teacher and leader, I have discovered that my career passion is for blending research, student interest and state standards with rigorous material for optimal student achievement.  I believe these strands must be present in instructional design, along with a philosophy of the student as a volunteer, for maximum learning potential.   I know that moving our highest level students forward is a pressing challenge.  We must meet this challenge by going beyond enrichment for educational enjoyment and into experiential learning designed to move children who are ready to the next level of study and into preparation for careers requiring advanced study.  

Read the new AIG plan for ABSS (2016-2019) at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ufGT5AgBrBpMI4lYsmgO8rNREwSZ5JZNYvl5BJvNPRk/edit

  • In case you didn't get to see the spring AIG newsletter, here it is!

    Click the link below:


    SPRING Newsletter



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  • High School Differentiated Education Plans

    ABSS High School DEP


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  • For 8th grade and above:

    The Credit by Demonstrated Mastery

    information is now available on the ABSS website.

    Click below to get more information about how to get high school credits by demonstrating mastery of the material in a course.


    It's not easy, but it's there if you need it!

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  • Congratulations, Duke TIP qualifiers!

    7th graders who qualified for this program were given letters this week.

    If you did not get one and expected to, or if you have any questions about the process, let me know!

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    Graham Middle School

    Thursday, August 18 in the Think Tank (room 142)


    Learn more about the new AIG plan (link below!)


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  • Welcome back, Graham!
    This year AIG paperwork will be handled electronically, so there is no paper for you to sign yet.
    We will have a parent night soon, and explain the new procedure.  If something doesn't seem right with your schedule, please let me know so I can look into it.
    Great things are happening here - make sure to get plugged in!!
    You can also follow me on Twitter: @rdavisteach. 
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