Gifted And Talented

Gifted and Talented

Dear Parents, Teachers, and Students,

Acres Green will be administering the CogAT test in September as part of the district’s universal screening process.  You may nominate you child for consideration for the Gifted and Talented program in grades K, 1, 2, 4, 5 by completing the referral form linked here or on AGE’s website by August 25, 2019.  All students in 3rd and 6th grade will take the test.

Important Information: Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT) 

Universal Screening

As part of the Douglas County School District’s Universal Screening Process, ALL students in Grade 3 and 6 will take the Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT 7) the weeks of September 3-23.  This assessment indicates the level and pattern of cognitive development of a student in comparison to grade and age mates.  These general reasoning abilities, which start developing at birth and continue through early adulthood, are influenced by experiences gained both in and out of school.  

If your child is in 3rd or 6th please see detailed information about this assessment here: Universal Screening Information.

Gifted Identification Referral Testing 

If your child is in grades K, 1, 2, 4, 5 and you believe he/she needs evaluation for Gifted Identification and Services, you may refer your child for testing by initiating the Gifted Identification Process.  

NOTE:  Requesting this assessment automatically initiates the process to evaluate for Gifted Identification. 

Please request CogAT testing for your child by completing the Referral for Gifted Identification linked HERE.

Karen Burkenheim

GT Facilitator - Acres Green Elementary

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