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FAQs - Gifted & Talented (Center-Based)

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How will the transition of 6th grade students to the middle school affect GT center programming?
Students in Gifted and Talented center programs are assured a continuous GT Center school experience.

  • Evergreen and West Jefferson Middle Schools will continue their GT Centers as they have for years. There is no change in programming or location for these two middle schools.

  • Ken Caryl Middle School now has 6th grade GT Center students with the 2017 - 18 school year. KCMS GT Center serves the Chatfield articulation area, which has transitioned 6th grade students to the middle schools this school year. Coronado Elementary GT Center, as well as any interested 6th grade GT Center applicants from other articulation areas, are attending/can attend Ken Caryl Middle School this school year.

  • Westridge Elementary will continue to house 6th grade GT Center students for the 2018 - 19 school year until the Dakota Ridge articulation area transitions 6th grade to middle school, at which point they may attend the GT center-based program at Ken Caryl Middle School.

  • Creighton Middle School will transition 6th grade GT Center students in the 2018 - 19 school year to accommodate the articulation areas that are transitioning their sixth grade students the 2018 - 2019 school year. GT Center students from Kyffin, Devinny, and Kendrick Lakes will continue their 6th grade GT Center experience at Creighton, as well as any interested 6th grade GT Center applicants from other articulation areas.

  • Everitt Middle School and North Arvada Middle School will transition 6th grade GT Center students in 2018 - 19 for their respective articulation areas (Wheat Ridge and Arvada), including any GT Center students from Stevens, Hackberry Hill, or Sheridan Green Elementary Schools, as well as any interested 6th grade GT Center applicants from other articulation areas.
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