English Assessment Team

About Us!

The English Assessment Team serves as a district resource to provide a range of services primarily related to psycho-educational assessments in the context of special education evaluations. Direct and consultative supports are provided to new behavioral health staff as well as to veterans. The team provides a continuum of support from targeted to comprehensive evaluation and encompasses cognitive, social/emotional/behavioral, adaptive, and executive functioning measures as well as data collection assistance and testing related to autism spectrum disorders. Consultation can also be obtained in order to discuss cases or simply get a fresh perspective. Designed for personnel new to school-based evaluation, regular training is also provided by the team and centers on developing skill with a number of specific assessment tools.

Meet the Team!

Jason Iselin

A former APS student (Jewell, A-Hills, and Gateway), Jason's career in education has encompassed a range of roles including substitute teacher, specials teacher (Tech), and day treatment teacher's aide. He has been with APS as a school psychologist for nearly 10 years and served as a school-based service provider, Autism Team assessor, and Behavior Team consultant.

Sam Medve

Sam is in his 15th year as a school psychologist in APS. He has worked at various schools across the district and is also a member of the District Crisis Team. Sam has his undergraduate degree from Penn State University and completed his graduate coursework in school psychology at the Colorado University. He lives in Denver with his wife and two sons, and enjoys coaching and playing rugby.

Alison Warthen

Alison has served students in the district as a school psychologist since 2008 in a variety of schools. She also provided services to general education students through a social-emotional learning initiative for four years before shifting to her current role on the district’s Itinerant English Assessment Team. Alison is originally from NW Kansas where she completed both her undergraduate and graduate education at Fort Hays State University. She now lives in Centennial with her husband and three children. She enjoys spending time with her family, being outdoors, and traveling as often as possible.

Susan Billman

Susan Billman has worked as a school psychologist in Aurora Public Schools since 2015 and is currently a member of the Itinerant Assessment Team. She is originally from Anaheim, CA. She completed her undergraduate education at Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, CA and her graduate training at University of Denver in Denver, CO. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, trying new foods, and spending time with her husband and daughter.