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    Mrs. Ewbank 
    Meredith Ewbank, M.Ed.
    AIG Specialist
    Welcome! Bienvenido! Welkom! Willkomen! 
    Use the navigation to the left to find the AIG class schedule, AIG information, links and resources used in class, and more!
    I am excited to be a part of the South Graham Elementary school community full time for the 2020-2021 school year! This is my twelvth year teaching in ABSS. I have taught 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade at Smith Elementary in Burlington as well as 7th grade math and advanced math at Southern Middle. This is my sixth year teaching AIG.
    I am looking forward to a great year, and as my 7th graders always said, "be ready for your brain to hurt!"

Updates and Announcements:

  • CogAT with student working

    The CogAT will be administered during the week of November 30th if we are back to school under Plan A or Plan B.  

    All 3rd grade students are administered the Cognitive Abilities Test in the fall as a screener for AIG services.

    Students identified for the AIG program in grades K-2  are reevaluated  in 3rd grade based on their Cognitive Abilities Test results.  This may result in a change of services and/or additional testing for continued placement.

    The CogAT is made up of three sections, called batteries: the Verbal Battery, the Quantitative Battery, and the Nonverbal Battery. They are designed to assess specific reasoning skills in each area that correlate strongly to academic success. More specifically, the CogAT measures cognitive development, the ability to learn new tasks, and problem solving abilities. Because much of its content is nonverbal, the CogAT is also very useful for testing students who are not native English speakers.

    For more information, go to https://www.riversideinsights.com/solutions/cogat?tab=0.


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  • 2020-2021 AIG Services

    AIG services will be provided during remote learning through your child's classroom teacher. I will work with teachers to co-teach classes, teach small groups, and/or differentiate assignments.

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