Gifted Program Advisory Council

  • The 2019-2022 Gifted Plan calls for the continuation of a district-wide Gifted Program Advisory Council comprised of representation from the following groups:
    • Parents
    • Students
    • Teachers
    • Gifted Education Specialists
    • School Administrators
    • Director of Advanced Learning and Student Leadership
    • Lead Gifted Education Specialist
    • School Board Members
    • Equity Advisory Council (EAC)
    • Special Needs Advisory Council (SNAC)

    GPAC Purpose

    • To advocate for students who need differentiated approaches for advanced instruction in order to meet their academic and intellectual needs.
    • To address the opportunity gap in all levels, Pre-K through 12th grade.
    • To improve the overall quality of gifted programming for students in K-12.
    • To foster clear and constructive communications among parents, schools, and the school district. 

    GPAC Function

    • To provide direct support for implementation of the focus practices of the 2019-2022 Plan Cycle.
    • To provide feedback to the parent and educational communities regarding the status and implementation of gifted programming at respective schools.
    • To recommend strategies for improving services and opportunities to students in K-12.
    • To serve as a liaison for sharing of programmatic successes and constructive feedback among the district, school and parent groups in our community.

    GPAC Meeting Dates

    All GPAC meetings for the 2021-2022 school year will be conducted virtually, from 6:00-7:30PM. The dates for our meetings this year are as follows:
    • September 21st
    • October 19th
    • November 16th
    • January 18th
    • February 15th
    • March 15th
    • April 19th
    • May 17th