Enrichment programs provide great experiences for students including academic competitions and Saturday enrichment programs.
Due to low middle school enrollment, we will be sending out fall enrichment invitations only to all qualifying sixth graders and seventh and eight graders that participated in the enrichment sessions during the past school year. These invited students have the following options:
- If they would like to enroll in fall enrichment, they need to complete the enrollment form and turn it into their school office. They will continue to receive invitations and will be enrolled in one of the fall classes.
- If they are not interested in fall enrichment but would like to continue to receive invitations, then they check the box at the top of the enrollment form and turn the form into their school office. If they are not interested in participating in enrichment sessions, they do not return anything, and they will not receive invitations to future enrichment sessions.
How we identify high ability students
Because young students change and grow, there are three times in the elementary experience that we identify students who have high ability: kindergarten, second grade and fifth grade. The following documents outline the process.
Fifth grade high ability identification process-Letters were sent to the parents of newly identified 5th grade students. Those should arrive in homes by April 27.
- Anne-Marie Reininga is the high ability coordinator for K-5 students. She has an office at Prairie Vista Elementary School and you can reach her at 271-0055 (option 5).