|K3 Talented and Gifted Program/Grades 45 Advance Program
- Commonwealth-Certified Talented and Gifted (TAG) Resource Teacher and TAG Lab
- Individual Service Plans
- Curriculum Differentiation
- Cluster Grouping of TAG Students
- Flexible Grouping Across Grades
The SAGES II Assessment and Cognitive Abilities Test
Byck uses the Screening Assessment for Gifted Elementary Students (SAGES-2) the and Cognitive Abilities Test to identify students in P1 through grade five for TAG services. Students test for the JCPS Advance Program in grades three, four, and five. Byck is a designated JCPS Advance Program site.
Why do we attempt to identify potentially gifted students at an early age and to provide services to meet their unique needs? First, research indicates that it is important to stimulate a child’s brain at an early age. Second, gifted children who experience frustration and boredom in the Primary grades may “go underground” in the Intermediate grades.
Screening Assessment for gifted elementary students is a cognitive abilities test used to indentify students in P1 through grade five for TAG services. Students test for the JCPS Advance Program in grades three, four, and five.
For more information about Talented and Gifted Education, visit these Web sites.
JCPS Advance Program
National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC)
Kentucky Association for Gifted Education (KAGE)
The Center for Gifted Studies
Western Kentucky University