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Gifted and Talented Olympus ProgramThe Springtown Independent School District's Gifted and Talented program, Olympus, is available to students in grades K-12 and is designed to meet the diverse needs of the gifted population. Olympus program options enable gifted students to work together as a group, work with other students, and work independently. Flexible pacing and grouping patterns, as well as independent investigations, are also employed to allow students to learn at a pace and level appropriate for the students' abilities and skills.
Referrals:For grades K-12, students may be referred for the Gifted and Talented Program by teachers, counselors, parents, or other interested persons. Students in grades 6-12 may nominate themselves. Students may be referred only once during each school year.Students referred after referral deadlines will be considered referrals for the following semester.
2021-2022 Referral Deadlines:
*Kindergarten students who are referred by December 15, 2021 will not begin the identification process until the Spring semester. Kindergartners who qualify for G/T services will be placed by March 1st.
- Fall - October 13, 2021
- Kindergarten* - December 15, 2021
- Spring - February 10, 2022*
SISD employees referring a student for testing this sping, please use this teacher referral form.
Parents/guardians referring a student for testing this spring, please use this parent/guardian referral and permission form.
**All parents/guardians of students referred for G/T testing must fill out the form above, even if the student is being referred by an SISD employee.In order to meet state guidelines, Springtown ISD has adopted the following plan to provide for the identification and instruction of gifted students.Mari GaultG/T Program Coordinatormgault@springtownisd.net