John Glenn School Corporation
Administrative Guidelines


Assessments used to identify students for ability programming must be multifaceted to ensure that students not identified by traditional assessments because of economic disadvantage, cultural background, underachievement, or disabilities may be included.

The following types of assessments may be used to identify students for programs for high ability students:

 A.nomination by teacher(s), parent(s), classmates, and/or the student himself/herself based on grades and/or checklists of personal characteristics (see Form 2464 F1)

 B.demonstrated achievement of the goals and objectives in one or more specific academic areas of the regular school program at a level which significantly exceeds that of most students in the same situation and of the same age or experience

 C.demonstrated achievement or potential for performing at an outstanding level in at least one of the following domains:

  1.visual and performing arts

  2.performance rating scales

  3.observation or interviews

  4.standardized intelligence test

Revised 11/13/09