Teacher Resources
IMPACT Handbook
IMPACT Information Lessons Testing
Students are asked to check in with their classroom teacher before boarding the morning IMPACT bus.

On IMPACT days, students are engaged in higher level thinking skills, and therefore are not required to make up classwork unless it is for a grade or to show a new concept (compacting recommended).

Curriculum
Global Studies - Fall Semester

Rhyming Words (K)
Coordinate Grids (K/1)

Easy Multiplication (K/1)
Magazine Example Lesson
The Wise Old Woman
The Gold Coin
The Civil War


Resources


Differentiation Sideshow
Krazy Dad Math Puzzles

Find the Lexile of your text!
Choice Menu
Student Products
Analyze/Evaluate/Create
Bloom's Taxonomy
Word Study Helper
Ways to Challenge Kids
Cryptograms
Logic Puzzles w/Grids

Writer's Workshop




FAll P/T Conference
If you feel that your child needs more challenging classwork, please discuss this concern with the classroom teacher at conferences.
January Referrals
Referrals will be taken in January for our screening process. Screening allows IMPACT to determine the likelyhood that a child will score high enough on an IQ test to qualify for our gifted program. Screening is mandated by the state of Missouri.
High Achiever or Gifted
Bright or Gifted?
Possible Pitfalls of Gifted

Screening - OLSAT 8
All Screening is completed during the spring months of the school year. We have found from testing data collected that the OLSAT 8 has a high correlation with the WISC-IV within a seven point range.

Summer Testing
It is recommended that students with a full scale IQ of lower than 120 do not request retesting.