Services & Programs

Elementary School

Holistic Services (Grades K-1)

Highly Capable services at the K-1 level are provided in the regular classroom at the neighborhood school only. Services are not offered within the Elementary Advanced Placement (EAP) for K-1 students. Classroom teachers meet students’ instructional needs within the content areas being taught – English Language Arts, Math, etc. These services are known as Holistic Highly Capable Services. The cornerstone of Holistic Highly Capable Services is differentiated instruction.

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In-Class Services (Grades 2 - 5)

In grades 2-5, services are provided in the general education classroom at the student's neighborhood school. Classroom teachers meet students’ instructional needs in the classroom based on the student’s skill level and needs within the content areas being taught – English Language Arts, Math, etc. The cornerstone of In-Class Highly Capable Services is differentiated instruction.

  • Clustering identified students in a classroom to provide a peer group
  • Adjusting pacing, reducing review and repetition, curriculum compacting
  • Enhanced/enriched content or curriculum
  • Extending content to include rigorous problems or projects

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Elementary Advanced Placement (Grades 2-5)

Elementary Advanced Placement (EAP) provides dually-qualified students in grades 2-5 with advanced-level work in a self-contained program. Students in EAP classrooms come from elementary schools across the district. EAP is located at Bear Creek, Lockwood, Sunrise, and Woodmoor. Placement is dependent on space. Students do not need to live in the attendance area of these schools.

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Middle School

Advanced Academics Placement (Grades 6-8)

Advanced Academics Placement (AAP) is offered at all middle schools for 6th grade students. AAP for 7th and 8th grade students is offered at Canyon Park, Leota, and Northshore. The Advanced Academics Placement provides eligible students an opportunity for advanced level work with students from across the district with like academic ability and interest. Students take AAP classes in English, Social Studies and Science, and follow their math course trajectory. Students register for one semester of Health/Fitness and 1.5 elective courses for a complete academic program. All middle school students will attend their neighborhood school regardless of highly capable qualification.

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In-Class Services (Grades 7-8)

For 7th and 8th grade students at Kenmore, Skyview, and Timbercrest, highly capable services are offered through the Challenge Program. Services may include:

  • Clustering identified students in a classroom to provide a peer group
  • Adjusting pacing, reducing review and repetition, curriculum compacting
  • Enhanced/enriched content or curriculum
  • Differentiated instruction
  • Extending content to include rigorous problems or projects

Learn about In-Class Services

 


 

High School

In-Class Services (Grades 9-12)

In grades 9-12, services are provided at the student's neighborhood school through AP, IB, Career & College Readiness, and College in the High School classes.