Gifted and Talented Education
The purpose of the Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) program is to provide challenging curriculum and instruction for students who are capable of achieving at a level significantly beyond that of their chronological peers.
GATE funding is used to identify gifted and talented students, and to initiate and maintain services for them.
Art Enrichment Classes offered to GATE students in Grades 4-12
Something for everyone.
When: March 2 – April 24, with the opportunity to display your art at the Art Show on Friday, May 1st. The art show will be held in downtown Woodland in conjunction with First Friday Art Walk.
Students may select ONE class that is appropriate for their grade level. Students may select to attend class at any site. Classes are limited in size and enrollment and placement will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
See Class Description list for more information.
Algebra Academy / GATE Enrichment Registration
Click here for registration Informationhttp://www.wjusdgate.net
Identification of Students for the GATE Program
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