Beginning Monday, November 30 through Friday, December 18, we will return to our fully online learning model that was in place at the start of the school year. For more information, please visit or Coronavirus Website or click here to watch the full board meeting discussion related to this decision.
Desde el lunes 30 de noviembre hasta el viernes 18 de diciembre, volveremos a nuestro modelo de aprendizaje totalmente en línea que se implementó al principio del año escolar. Para obtener más información, visite el sitio web de Coronavirus o haga clic aquí para ver todo el debate de la reunión del consejo en relación con esta decisión.
Gifted education includes a range and variety of services to address student needs, and may be delivered within the student's regular classroom, in advanced programs, and in special classes. Programming is linked to identified student strengths, with options and strategies matched to a student's identified academic and affective needs.
The actual delivery of services for gifted/talented students varies depending on student needs and building resources. Ideally, each school strives to provide a continuum of services, including enrichment that is accessible and appropriate for all interested students, advanced courses that are ideally suited for identified students, and grade level acceleration, mentoring and counseling for students with a very high level of need.
The gifted education liaisons at Westview helps to facilitate these services. Schools need the additional support and involvement of parents and community members for programming to be comprehensive and effective
We are presently accepting Gifted and Talented nominations for the 2015/2016 school year. Interested parents can pick up a nomination form and rating scale at the front office.
All nominations and rating scales need to be returned to Westview by September 30th.
Gifted and Talented Contacts:
Blue Team Students - Jodi Smith
Silver Team Students - Cherie Kanemoto