The district ensures equal opportunity for all district students identified as gifted to receive any services offered by the district for which the student meets the criteria. (Include all formal services provided by the district.)
|Service Setting||Grade Level||Criteria||Service Provider|
|Regular Classroom with Cluster Grouping||3-8||Gifted ID in reading/math and Superior Cognitive Ability ID||Regular Classroom Teacher|
|Regular Classroom with Acceleration (whole grade, single subject, early entrance, or early graduation)||K-12||Gifted ID in subject area and Superior Cognitive Ability ID||Regular Classroom Teacher|
|Regular Classroom Advanced Placement Course||9-12||Gifted ID in subject area and Superior Cognitive Ability ID||Regular Classroom Teacher|
Written Education Plans
When students identified as gifted are reported to parents and the Ohio Department of Education as served, they must have a Written Education Plan in compliance with the Operating Standards for Identifying and Serving Gifted Students.
If at any time a student wishes to withdraw from gifted programs or services the request should be written by the parent or child to the building administrator. If children request to withdraw, parents will be notified.
DISTRICT ENRICHMENT PLAN
Enrichments are activities purposely designed to expose students to a wide variety of disciplines, issues, occupations, hobbies, persons, places and/or events. They may expand the score of the regular curriculum or introduce topics not covered in the general education program. Any staff member may be the originator of enrichment, and the student audience will vary depending on interest and ability. Enrichments are not reported to the Ohio Department of Education as gifted services.
IDENTIFICATION AND SERVICE PLAN APPROVAL
District identification and service plans must be sent to the Ohio Department of Education as a part of the annual self-report. The department will review the plans within 60 days of submission. Changes in identification and/or service plan procedures must be reported to the Ohio Department of Education immediately upon revision. The department will review and notify the district within 60 days of receipt of revisions.