High Ability Mission Statement
“Linton-Stockton School Corporation will strive to identify and meet the needs of high ability students with a challenging, differentiated curriculum allowing them the opportunity to work at an appropriate pace and level in mathematics and language arts.” (Adopted Nov. 19, 2007)
Definition of High Ability
“Students with high ability perform or show the potential to perform at remarkably high levels of academic accomplishment in math and/or language arts when compared with others of their age, experience, or environment. Linton-Stockton School Corporation recognizes there are such students in all cultural and economic groups and strives to identify high ability students K-12 in order to provide the challenging curriculum and instruction they need to develop their potential.” (Adopted Nov. 19, 2007)
More Information Regarding High Ability
Nominations for high ability identification are accepted every spring and decisions are made about placement over the summer. More information regarding high ability laws, identification, and services can be found by clicking the links below. If you would like to speak with someone regarding high ability, please contact Mrs. Nichole Hughes (the high ability coordinator) in the elementary school (812-847-6039 ext. 254 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Additional Information Regarding High Ability
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