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Service Delivery Options

The needs of high achievers and gifted students vary widely.  Therefore, an array of service options is available that addresses all grade levels and content areas.  Specific learner objectives are developed on a case by case basis.  Options to be considered shall include, but are not limited to, the following:

Cross-Age Grouping/Multi-Age Grouping
Students of different ages/grades are grouped together for instruction for all or part of a day.

Subject Grouping Within Class
Students are grouped according to ability, within a classroom, for instruction in one or more subjects (i.e., students stay in assigned classroom)

Subject Grouping Across Teams/Classes
Students are grouped according to ability, within a grade level, for instruction in one or more subjects (i.e., students go to a different classroom or team, within the same grade)

Subject Advancement Across Grades
Individual students go to a different classroom, in a higher grade, for instruction in one or more subject areas.

Grade Skipping/Advancement
Student is assigned full-time to a higher grade

Cluster Grouping/Full-time Class
A group of 4-6 identified gifted students are grouped full-time, within a classroom, for instruction by a teacher certified in gifted education.

Resource Room/Special Class/Part-time Class
Students are scheduled for a minimum of five segments a week for instruction in the gifted program classroom.

Honors/Advanced Courses
Students are enrolled in courses which are designed to present more complex subject matter at an accelerated pace.

Independent/Directed Study
Students participate in a self-initiated, teacher directed and approved course of study in an area of interest as described in a written contract.

Advanced Placement Courses
Students are enrolled in courses offered by the College Board. Allows students an opportunity to complete college-level courses and earn college credit while enrolled in high school.

Internship/Mentorship
Students are assigned as interns or to a professional/expert in a selected field of study for instruction as described in a written contract.

Post Secondary Options
Students may enroll in college, university or technical school courses for part of the school day. Students receive both high school and college credits.

Special Programs/Enrichment
Students participate in special programs, competitions, etc. during or after the school day.