PGA is community centered; our Gifted and Talented Program is the same.
We recognize advanced student’s personal, social, and academic needs using personalized and blended learning and small class sizes. We focus on growth and achievement with differentiated & blended learning in classroom curriculum, with extracurricular opportunities, and community-based experiences.
Gifted and Talented Contacts
- Anne Pierick | K-8 GT Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Kate Stevens | 9-12 GT Coordinator, email@example.com
Advanced Learning Plans & Identification Process
If your student is already an identified GT student then you will be hearing from their grade level GT Coordinator about upcoming ALPs and support for your student. Learn more about PSD's ALP process by clicking here.
The identification process looks different depending on the grade level of the student. We strive to seek, develop, and grow the gifts and talents of every child; and acknowledge the unique needs of neurodiverse learners who qualify for Gifted/Talented services.
To learn more about the identification process, which incorporates quantitative and qualitative data, click here.
High School Talent Pool Programs
PGA is excited to announce the Talent Pool Program! Launching January '23, we will be inviting students to try out some program opportunities that aim to grow strengths, foster passions, and connect with other students who are excited to learn and grow.
Open to any student, the Talent Pool is all about developing special skills, unique abilities, or developing areas of strength and curiosity.
Learn more at the Talent Pool Program website -- click here. If you have any questions, please reach out to Kate Stevens (firstname.lastname@example.org).