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Gifted Education

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Nuevas Fronteras Spanish Immersion US Academic Triathlon Team
Woodbury Elementary US Academic Triathlon Team
Woodbury MS 6th Grade National History Day Projects

Gifted students in District 833 are those able learners who by virtue of outstanding abilities are capable of high performance. The potential of these able learners may be developed more fully through differentiated educational programs and/or services beyond those normally provided in the core curriculum.  Able learners capable of high performance include those with demonstrated achievements or potential ability in any of the following areas, singly or in combination:  general intellectual ability, specific academic aptitude, athletic/psychomotor ability, creative or productive thinking, leadership ability, visual and performing arts.

All District 833 schools have Gifted Education services. We use a Cluster Classroom Model to develop the potential of gifted learners more fully.  Please click on the link below for more information about neighborhood school cluster classrooms and Gateway cluster classrooms.


 

NUMATS

Northwestern University's Midwest Academic Talent Search
Center for Talent Development

NUMATS provides early testing with EXPLORE, ACT, SAT, and resources for academically talented students.  
http://www.ctd.northwestern.edu/program/numats

If interested in having your child participate in NUMATS, please follow the instructions in the registration letter linked below.
Registration Information Letter 2018-2019

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MCGT CHAT Event January 16

CHAT stands for Connect, Help, Advocate, and Talk. Chat nights are dedicated to informally connecting parents of advanced learners and gifted students. Parents have the opportunity to learn of various opportunities, share experiences and resources.  Each night will start with a brief presentation on a topic of interest and then open up to discussion with other parents of gifted children. 

Open to the public. All are welcome. Please come to participate in this new outreach program of MCGT.  Questions about CHAT Nights may be directed to Teresa Boatman at teresa.boatman@mcgt.net.

The next event is Wednesday, January 16, 2019 6:00-8:00 PM (Chapter Meeting 6:00-6:30) Lake Nokomis- Keewaydin Campus 5209 30th Ave. South Minneapolis, MN 55417 Karl Bunday, MCGT State Board Member At Large, will share his knowledge of state, national, and international summer programs. After the overview and Q & A with Karl, the discussion will open up to other topics, giving participants an opportunity to connect and talk about their family’s experience or to ask questions.

For questions about MCGT contact: minneapolis@mcgt.net Or visit: MCGT Minneapolis http://www.mcgt.net/coming_up.html

Upcoming CHAT event from the MCGT calendar:

CHAT night - Social/Emotional, hosted by MCGT's RAVE chapter
WhenThursday, Feb 21, 2019
DescriptionCHAT night on Social/Emotional hosted by the RAVE chapter and facilitated by Carol Malueg.