Spencer County Gifted and Talented Services has had a great year with your gifted and talented student. We have seen significant growth in students through our differentiated classroom experiences. Our pull-out services at the elementary level has resulted in many projects that have grown students in their presentation skill and level of thinking. Field studies have been offered at all levels to encourage student growth in the arts and sciences. High School leadership students have honed their skill assisting with various workshops and fairs at the high school and middle school. Middle School students have been challenged with differentiation in classrooms for high level thinking using Genius Hour technique in science classes. Some students have also been offered Geometry through Edgenuity. We are proud of the many successes our students have had this year and look forward to the challenge of a new year in the fall.
Ms. Brandie Prosch is our resource teacher for Taylorsville Elementary and Spencer County High School. Mrs. Elizabeth Hinton is our resource teacher for Spencer County Elementary and Middle Schools.
Some of the 6th grade at the zoo!
TES at the Kentucky Science Center
17-18 MS & SCES Spring 17-18 TES Spring 17-18 HS Spring
17-18 MS & SCES WINTER 2
17-18 MS & SCES Winter
17-18 TES Winter 17-18 HS Winter
17-18 MS & SCES Fall
2017-18 MS & SCES 2017-18 TES & HS
February is Gifted Education Month
Elementary Gifted and Talented Students attend “The Best Christmas
Pageant Ever” at Stage One.
Recently our 7th grade gifted and talented students enjoyed a visit to Frazier History Museum. Tale's of Poe was the featured exhibit where the students were treated to reenactment's of some of Edgar Allan Poe's most famous works including The Raven, Ulalume, The Bells and Manuscript Found in a Bottle; they also viewed Poe related items and artwork by high school students from Jefferson County.
More information and opportunities for gifted students can be found at this link for The Center for Gifted Studies at WKU.
- Checklist for Parent Identification may be completed and turned in to the Gifted and Talented Services staff as parent referral for identification purposes.
Kentucky Association for Gifted Education - (KAGE), officially organized in 1979, is a non-profit volunteer group of parents, teachers, administrators, other educators, and all citizens interested in promoting appropriate educational opportunities for gifted and talented youth in Kentucky.
National Association for Gifted Children - NAGC's mission is to support those who enhance the growth and development of gifted and talented children through education, advocacy, community building, and research.
Referral Form for Gifted and Talented Services - Teachers may use this form to refer a student for a specific area of gifted ability for identification purposes.
Useful Websites for Educators of Gifted Students