AIG Service Plan 2013-16
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Pitt County Schools
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AIG Identification and Service Delivery Plan
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2013-2016
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Grades 4-8
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AIG Eligibility and Service Delivery Plan
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AIG Identified Students:
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Curriculum Service by the AIG teacher
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MCI Score of 368 points or higher - These students will remain identified gifted and receive regular weekly service by the AIG teacher.
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MCI Total Score = (Aptitude (doubled) + Achievement (math and reading) + Grades)
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Curriculum/Exploratory Service by the AIG teacher
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95% total composite on Aptitude testing = (95 points or higher on MCI) - These students will remain identified and served as gifted students as long as they continue to meet academic expectations.
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(MCI Total Score = Aptitude score only)
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Qualifying Reading and/or MathServices reevaluated on a Year to Year Basis
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MCI Score of 183 points or higher - Student performance will continue as long as student consistently demonstrates content mastery in subject where student is identified and receiving services
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MCI Total Score = (Aptitude + Achievement (math OR reading) + Grades)
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*Potential Gifted Candidates:
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Math and/or Reading Achievement Nurturing ServicePotential AIG candidates service is based on year to year academic performance. These students are served through flexible nurturing as long as they continue to meet criteria annually.
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93% on Math and/or Reading Achievement Test
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Achievement Percentile in (math or reading) using EOG or Nationally Normed Standardized Achievement Test
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* End of 5th grade, students that fall into the potential AIG candidates pool or just qualify for AG math or reading service will be administered another aptitude test for consideration for Middle School AIG Curriculum Service.
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Priority Service Options
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The AIG teacher will focus service options in the following order depending on the individual needs and resources of each school. AIG Teachers can only serve those students that fall into one or more of these categories based on the MCI.
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AIG Curriculum
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Elementary School students will receive 5.5 hours of one day pull-out services in STRIDE each week by AIG teacher over the course of the entire yearCurriculum Service will be discontinued if:
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the student’s EOG score falls below a level 4 in either math or reading and/or
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Middle School students will receive a minimum of 1.5 hours of pull-out services each week by AIG teacher over the course of the entire year.Student does not maintain yearly average of “B” in each of the 4 core-curriculum subjects. (math, reading, science, social studies)
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*Services will be reevaluated annually and adjusted as needed
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AG Achievement (Math and/or Reading)
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Service may be provided by 1 or more of the following options:AG Achievement service option in MATH and/or READING will be changed at any grade level if:
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Elementary School Service: (listed in order of preference)The MCI score of 183 or higher, does not qualify a student for continued service
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a. Pull-out for enrichment services (a minimum of 90 minutes a week) as long as the student continues to demonstrate content mastery in subject where student is identified and receiving services.
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b. Collaboration between regular classroom teacher and AIG teacher.The student is not demonstrating content mastery in area of service, at any point in the year, the student will be reevaluated for what placement (service option) best meets student needs and service will change to place student where he/she can be successful.
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c. Additional service may also be provided through cluster grouping with certified AIG regular education teacher.
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d. Advance Placement classes (i.e. Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Virtual Academy, etc...)
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Middle School services: (listed in order of preference)
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a. Advance Placement classes (i.e. Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Virtual Academy, etc...)
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b. Collaboration between regular classroom teacher and AIG teacher.This does not mean the student will no longer be AIG. Students whose services change will still be reevaluated each year to monitor academic performance and educational service needs.

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c. Pull-out for enrichment services as needed by the AIG teacher.
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d. Additional service may also be provided through cluster grouping with certified AIG regular education teacher
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13-16 ID/Service Plan
MCI